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Despite highly esteemed and plentiful literature on the use of stimulant and nonstimulant medication to treat ADHD, relatively little information is available on the treatment of complex ADHD — that is, attention deficit disorder plus at least one comorbid condition like anxiety, depression, or an eating disorder. Few studies address the treatment of comorbid conditions, the order of treatment, or the treatment of cognitive deficits and/or hard-to-treat ADHD symptoms.

This presentation will integrate data from controlled and open trials to highlight strategies for illustrative cases of complex ADHD. Participants will learn:

  • About new medications approved for ADHD and their use for complex and hard-to-treat ADHD
  • About strategies to manage ADHD comorbidities
  • About approaches for treating cognitive executive function deficits in ADHD



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Check out our most recent publication, “Understanding School Testing and Test Scores” created to help parents better understand the data included in their child’s evaluation so they can best advocate for their needs.

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