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How to Survive the After-School Witching Hour

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We parents know that it’s a roller-coaster ride from the time our kids with ADHD get home from school or camp until they go to bed.

That shouldn’t be surprising. Kids walk through the door mentally exhausted, physically edgy, and starving. What’s more, their medication has usually worn off, causing their attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) symptoms to return with a vengeance.

Here, an expert offers her six best strategies for surviving the afternoon angst.Don’t over-schedule your child with afternoon activities.

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