ADHD Awareness Month highlight: Moo!
Moo is now 17. ADHD is still very much a part of our lives. We are still trying to navigate some difficulties. But as long as he has his meds, follows a schedule, and has our support, he is able to complete tasks and stay on point.

Many people in our community will dismiss ADHD symptoms as “just being a boy”, “being bad “, or “just pray it away.” But ADHD is a legitimate, treatable issue that doesn’t have to define a person’s life in a negative way. Parents, don’t be afraid to ask questions and seek help if your baby needs it. If left untreated, ADHD can have profound functional limitations on your child’s behavior, learning, and independent living skills.

Feel free to send a DM for questions or comment below….

My youngest son Bryant, affectionately nicknamed “Moo”.

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