Author says children can learn to overcome ADHD without drugs

06/16/2004 | USA Today

A New York educator argues children can be taught to overcome Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and don't necessarily need stimulant drugs such as Ritalin that are widely prescribed for the condition. In his new book, "Teaching the Restless," school director Chris Mercogliano says the key to helping children with ADHD is allowing them to grow according to their own timetables.

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