Longterm Goals

1. Gain a comprehensive understanding of ADHD and its effects on children and families.

2. Recognize ADHD as a condition that impairs a child's ability to control behavior and attention.

3. Seek out and utilize available resources for managing ADHD including medical treatment, behavioral therapy and family support.

4. Learn skills to cope with the challenges of ADHD and acquire strategies to deal with the family's fatigue and frustration.

5. Engage in activities that build harmony, support, and unity among family members.

SHORT-TERM OBJECTIVES

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