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July 17, 2015

Girls with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)

Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) in Girls

shutterstock_247411321Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a behavior pattern seen as the inability to focus, with or without agitated behavior getting in the way of her ability to learn and get along.  This can interfere with his capacity to finish his work, and function successfully in society.

If your teen is easily diverted from his assignments, jumps from one incomplete task to another and has poor organizational skills, she may well be facing the problems of Attention Deficit Disorder.

Exact cause of ADD (also known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD) is unknown but studies discuss links with diet, genetics and environment.

Minnesota Girls Academy Offering a Unique Approach for your Son With Attention Deficit Disorder.

Attention Deficit Disorder is one of the most frequently diagnosed disorders among young people today. As certain other conditions (depression, anxiety, sleep or thyroid problems) can closely imitate ADHD-like behaviors it is imperative to identify this Disorder properly.

Because of the great level of distraction with ADD (often leading to poor academic performance and low self-esteem), a large percentage of girls with it will fail to finish high school. Your girl can certainly learn strategies for success even though she may not completely outgrow his symptoms.  There’s no reason for Attention Deficit Disorder to control your daughter’s life!

Minnesota Girls Academy may be just what you need if you want your good daughter back, with clear thinking and positive pursuits.  Call us at (888) 683-7007 so we can help your daughter be better prepared to meet life’s challenges.