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Live Webinar on June 11: Lifelong Effects of Bullying and the Brain’s Ability to Recover

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Not available June 11? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Children and teens with ADHD are most likely to be bullied at school than their neurotypical peers.

Why? ADHD symptoms and behaviors like impulsivity, trouble detecting social cues, low self-esteem, and executive function deficits make them easy targets.What you might not know is that bullying and abuse can physically harm a child’s brain architecture and function.

The neurological scars are visible on brain scans.What’s empowering and inspiring is that all brains benefit from neuroplasticity, which means they are shaped by environment and by practice.

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