January 8 2015 Attention Deficit Disorder Newsletter
Friendship Formation and ADD
Greetings from the Land of OZ!
Yesterday I went out to lunch with a group of retired educators. Every month we meet to share laughter and stories about our lives. Once upon a time we all worked in the same school. We share a common interest in the children who we served. Over the years, our points of connection grew, and although we no longer work together, we still share our friendships.
As a classroom teacher of children with ADD, I saw the difficulties that many of them had making friends. It is sad to see children left out of activities that their peers are enjoying. As a parent, it is nothing short of heartbreaking.
Childhood is where most people develop the skills to make friends. Kids with Attention Deficit Disorder often have trouble making and keeping friends. This article explores reasons why kids with ADD have trouble making friends and discusses what parents can do to help their kids form friendships.
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Connie Mistler Davidson, Attention Deficit Disorder Editor
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