Are troublesome ADHD symptoms going untreated in African-American youth even after they are diagnosed?
According to a recent study published in Pediatrics, the answer is yes. Researchers found that African-American youth with ADHD are more likely to go off of their medication and less likely to have adequate follow-up than their white counterparts.
But, while the study focused mainly on the medication aspect of treatment, some parents are simply managing their children's ADHD in other ways.
LaTonia Taylor, of Corona, Calif., struggled for years to find the right regimen for her two daughters with ADHD. Both tried different medications before stopping them altogether in their teens.
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