Not available December 8? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Innovative treatments for ADHD are few and far between.
Current approaches are generally limited to medication, behavioral management, educational support, and therapy. Only in the past few years have new options, built on the use of technology as adjunctive treatment, emerged as a potential intervention.Dozens of new tools — variously referred to as digital therapeutics, neurotechnologies, and digital medicine — are now being developed and marketed.
But what do we know about how they work, who they help, and whether they are effective?Because digital therapeutics are new “technologies,” some people may expect them to work miracles.Read more on additudemag.com