- Written by Dave Pughe-Parry Dave Pughe-Parry
- Last Updated: 26 June 2019 26 June 2019
This a collection articles by knowledgeable people who have a unique understanding of ADHD.
There are always people who know a lot about the condition of ADHD, but they aren't always accessible. Our medical professionals all have long waiting lists, so hopefully this will fill a small part of the gap.
Occupational Therapists are important, and often work in remedial schools, providing excellent support to the teachers as well.
Teachers are another important role player in ADHD, second only to parents in the hierarchy of life. In my humble opinion, teachers are the most important profession on the planet - they teach our future!
Play therapists also provide much needed service to the ADHD community, as do organizing specialists, and others.
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