Have We Taken the Wrong Approach to Treating Kids With ADHD?

Movement is functional rather than purposeless

We have added this article from Huffington Post to our parent resources page: ‘Have we taken the wrong approach to treating kids with ADHD?’

It resonates very much with our work here at Solaris!

Here is the research report if you are interested in reading the full report: Research paper on Hyperactivity in ADHD

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