ADDapt Michigan Seminars
NEW: Nationally Acclaimed Social Skills Training Program
ADDapt offers a nationally acclaimed social skills training program that is fun, affordable, and effective.
Two separate 8 week programs are available. Parents please call
(586) 254-5454 now to register your child forclasses starting in the fall and winter. Groups are conducted on Saturdays in the late morning or early afternoon.
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ADHD In Adulthood
Click here for information about ADDapt's services to adults with ADHD adults with ADHD.
Click for a fascinating article on the importance of evaluations for adults with ADHD.
Bipolar Disorder in Childhood and Adolescents
Dr. Restum participated in a panel discussion about
Bipolar Disorder at the Macomb Intermediate School District (MISD)
building in Clinton Township. At this meeting, approximately 50
educators from Macomb and surrounding counties previewed a Detroit
Public Television documentary entitled No Ordinary Joe. Following the
preview of the documentary, educators and the panel of community experts
shared information about Bipolar Disorder to increase understanding and
effective management of this often misunderstood condition.
importance of Bipolar Disorder for those dealing with Attention Deficit
Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) lies in the close relationship between
these conditions, especially in childhood and adolescence. The fact
that they have a number of symptoms in common, such as inattention,
restlessness and impulsivity, makes it difficult to determine in some
cases if an individual should be diagnosed with one condition or the
other or both. Since treatment of these conditions can be very
different, proper diagnosis, which includes a painstaking review of past
and present behavior patterns, personal and family histories, and, in
some case, psychological testing, is essential.
the documentary No Ordinary Joe initially aired on Detroit Public Television in 2004. The program includes
comments from experts at leading research facilities about the ongoing
battle against mental illness and statement from Joe's friends and
family members about the anxieties that impact this nation's youth and
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