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The ADHD Co-Parenting Guide to Consistent Treatment

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When parents live apart, that might mean more lost or forgotten items, more taxing transitions, and more changes in routine that spark emotional dysregulation.

It might also mean less consistent, reliable ADHD treatment, especially during the holidays, when schedules are really out of whack.Logistical challenges may tempt parents to cancel therapy sessions over the holidays or summer.

But when lots of change is swirling around, that is seldom the best time for a treatment break. Here’s how to ensure uninterrupted care — no matter the time of year.1.

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