Kids with ADHD struggling

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Researchers have called for an end to debating whether ADHD should be medicated, in favour of a support-based approach A high number of Australian children with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are struggling academically, new research has found. And an alarming 40% of these students are failing to meet the literacy and numeracy (NAPLAN) national minimum

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