Expert tips on keeping ADHD children (and their parents) happy during vacation

As most camps have come to an end and the long hot summer month of August looms ahead with children underfoot, Dr. Maly Danino, director of Nitzan, spoke to The Jerusalem Post about making the most out of the summer with children suffering from Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder.

It is important to understand what the children are going through, said Danino, as a parent’s attitude toward the child has a large effect on their behavior.

While it is difficult to understand how ADHD affects a person’s brain, Danino likened it to having cars driving in all different directions.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *