6 Therapy Options for ADHD
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Finding the Right Therapy for You

If you or your child has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), there are several effective ways to treat it. Getting a diagnosis and starting treatment early is always best. Treatment is available for children, teens and adults. The best treatment varies from person to person. Also, a person's treatment might change with age. But most children and adults can find a treatment that works well for them. Here are six options you should know about.

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