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Posted by [email protected] on October 22, 2011 at 12:10 AM

ADHD is genetic, neurobehavioral disorder that affects about 10% of the population. If a parent has ADHD, there is a 75% chance that one of their children will have the condition also. ADHD is a life-long condition, progressing into adulthood. Children with ADHD will have many of the following symptoms:

• Inattentive, daydreams

• Does not listen

• Easily distracted from work or play

• Is disorganized

• Frequently loses a lot of important things

• Does not follow through on instructions or finish tasks

• Is in constant motion, as if “driven by a motor”

• Cannot stay seated

• Frequently squirms and fidgets

• Excessive talking

• Frequently acts and speaks without thinking

• Cannot wait his/her turn

• Impatient

• Blurts out answers

• Interrupts others

Sometimes a teacher is the first to notice these symptoms or perhaps questions from the pediatrician raises the issue. At routine visits, pediatricians often ask questions such as

• How is your child doing in school?

• Are there any problems with learning that you or your child’s teachers have seen?

• Is your child happy with school?

• Is your child having problems completing class work or homework?

• Are you concerned with any behavior problems in school, at home, or when your child is playing with friends?

If your child has shown symptoms of ADHD on a regular basis for more than 6 months, discuss further evaluation for ADHD with your pediatrician.

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Reply pastor obi
9:43 PM on October 22, 2011 
the website is ok

What Happens With Too Much of Worrying?


Worrying is a general feeling of uneasiness that creeps in when any situation or problem is too much of a concern to you. This is accompanied by a constant thought as to what might happen that keeps coming back to us again and again. All of this leads to anxiety or even panic as long as we are awake.


At DOBI HEALTHCARE SERVICES, it is our goal to provide positive, effective and individualized services to the individual in a least restrictive environment that allows the individual to experience improvement,or stability of symptoms of mental or emotional disorder. Individuals in the program experience improvement in their ability to reach their potential, improve quality of life, and overall life satisfaction, while reducing the need for more restrictive services.

Treatment at DOBI HEALTHCARE SERVICES are determined through evaluation by licensed child and adolescent psychiatrist or licensed psychologist or clinical social worker.