Yes, there are effective alternatives to medication for treating Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, according to Laurel Brady, Learning Disabilities Specialist at Savannah Educational Consultants. “Choosing whether or not to medicate children for ADHD is a decision that parents often find difficult to make. While the most effective treatment outcomes result from a combination of medical and behavioral interventions, looking to non-medical treatment options makes sense, especially for younger children.”
YouScience is an exciting new cutting edge tool for the students of Savannah Educational Consultants College Counseling and Career Counseling Programs. It helps students find the best path to success in college and in future careers.
Much research in recent years has focused upon positivity and mindfulness. These are both seen as essential for living a fruitful life and are essential skills for school, work, play and social relationships. Angela Duckworth, Ph.D. at University of Pennsylvania has termed a person’s ability to focus on long term goals as “Grit”.
The theme for this year’s ADHD Awareness Month is “Knowing is Better.” In keeping with that theme, here are some basic facts you should know about ADHD.
The State of Georgia has a program that makes getting diplomas and certificates more accessible for students that are interested in pursuing a career in one of twelve high demand industries.