ADHD

ADHD prevalence in general population is about 8%. Unfortunately only about 4% of ADHD is detected. Left undetected the children stand the risk of facing considerable challenges conducting their academic and social affairs eventually leading them to be socially inept.

Having gained extensive experience in the treatment of ADHD,  Dr. Dass emphasizes greatly on following a systematic and scientific approach to the treatment of this condition.

(Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) refers to a chronic biobehavioral disorder that initially manifests in childhood and is characterized by problems of hyperactivity, impulsivity and  inattention.  

Symptoms of ADHD have been associated with difficulty in academic, emotional, and social functioning. The diagnosis is established by satisfying specific criteria, and the condition may be associated with other neurological conditions, significant behavioral problems (for example, oppositional defiant disorder) and  developmental/learning disabilities. Therapeutic options included the use of medication, behavioral therapy, and adjustments in day-to-day lifestyle activities.

Dr. Dass has taken additional training and is abreast of latest in research on ADHD, depression, anxiety and various other childhood developmental illness.

 

Talk to us if you or yours are afflicted with any such ailments and seek intervention.

We will be happy to bring in our expertise to provide comprehensive solution to address your specific issue.

Download the NICHQ_Vanderbilt_Assessment_Scales document to learn more.

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