Holly Robinson Peete Partners with Supernus to Raise Awareness During ADHD Awareness Month
- Peete and her daughter Ryan join forces to amplify the conversation around Attention-deficit/Hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and neurodiversity
- Nearly one-in-ten – or 6.1 million children and adolescents – are affected by ADHD
Peete, who has been open about her own family’s challenges raising neurodiverse children, is speaking up this October during ADHD Awareness Month to shatter stigmas and encourage those who think their child may have ADHD to learn more and seek treatment.
“Before my daughter Ryan was diagnosed with ADHD, I didn’t know much about the condition – I thought it meant you couldn’t keep still, you were fidgety, or were just considered unteachable; but this is not the case,”
Throughout ADHD Awareness Month and beyond, adults and adolescents alike are encouraged to join the conversation sharing their experiences living with the condition. More To ADHD offers downloadable resources to support those struggling including information on the signs and symptoms, which are not always easy to spot and treatments. Additionally, the website provides tips and checklists to guide discussions with your child’s teacher and healthcare provider.
"We know that a diagnosis of ADHD is scary and can make families feel alone and helpless,”
For more information, visit MoreToADHD.com to sign up to learn more, find resources to help with recognizing, treating, and managing ADHD.
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