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TOPIC: NH school takes innovative approach towards ADHD

NH school takes innovative approach towards ADHD 27 Jul 2014 16:17 #341

NH school takes innovative approach to kids with ADHD
Posted July 23, 2014 by Amy Coveno

As more children are diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, some parents are resisting medications and looking for different solutions.

A school in New Hampshire is gaining national attention for its approach to dealing with ADHD. The Hunter School sits on a dirt road on a mountain in Rumney where there's no cell service.

Students in kindergarten through eighth grade are enrolled by exhausted, exasperated parents who have run out of options and say they are sick and tired of pills.

Ben is a sixth-grader from California. He's one of the 6 million children in the United States diagnosed with ADHD.

"Being ADHD, you're always hyper," Ben said. "So when you try to go to bed, you really can't. So you have to take a pill for that."

Pills are a way of life for most children diagnosed with ADHD, and statistics show children as young as 2 and 3 are taking medications such as Adderall.

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Continue reading: http://www.wmur.com/special-reports/nh-school-takes-innovative-approach-to-kids-with-adhd/27115130
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