Roosevelt Learning Center
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About ADD & ADHD
Have you ever found it difficult to concentrate or felt fidgety and anxious?
For most of us, these are temporary feelings we occasionally experience, but for people with Attention Deficit Disorder these feelings are chronic and pervasive – to the point of disrupting everyday life. This common disorder affects up to 10% of school age children and generally persists into adulthood.
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) initially appears in childhood and is characterized by inattentive behavior and/or hyperactivity and impulsiveness. The symptoms associated with ADD affect an individual's ability to perform well in school, manage emotions and function normally in social settings. Anxiety, listening/processing problems, obsessive-compulsive issues, behavioral problems and underachievement often accompany Attention Deficit Disorder.
The causes of Attention Deficit Disorder remain largely unknown, though many experts believe genetic or neurobiological factors influence development of the disorder. Untreated, ADD often continues into adulthood causing a lifetime of frustration, underachievement and emotional distress. Fortunately, individuals are normally able to overcome the symptoms of Attention Deficit Disorder through treatment and live normal, productive lives.
Treatment for ADD and ADHD
Finding the right solution based on your individual needs
Every person is an individual and trusting in a one-size-fits-all solution could be a recipe for wasted time and added frustration.
That's why we create a treatment plan designed around your needs for ADHD diagnosis and treatment. We follow leading research and provide innovative solutions backed by science, combined with decades of experience helping children and adults with ADD/ADHD.
Our treatment programs are custom designed for every individual and have shown excellent success in providing a lasting improvement in ADHD symptoms and focus, often with the reduction or elimination of the need for medication.
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