Justice and ADHD

A pair of UK police officers have developed great resources to help police and public safety officials better understand Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD). Justice and ADHD also helps parents and children prevent misunderstandings that could lead to unnecessary incarceration or injury. The web site asks:

  • Do you recognize the risk your child’s AD/HD poses for breaking the law?
  • Do you understand the best way to deal with that risk?
  • Are you aware of the many “Tipping Points” your child may have in his or her life that you can anticipate?

As part of their work, Phil Anderton and Steve Brown created the BADGE and SHIELD models to help police and parents. Click here for details.

Learn more about The Student Connection here.


About The Student Connection

The Student Connection is a team of professionals committed to creating capable learners. Sharing a passion for helping others "learn how to learn," the team includes educators, school psychologists, clinical psychologists, and speech and occupational therapists.
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One Response to Justice and ADHD

  1. Lacey Falkenberg says:

    As of today there are still no permanent cure for ADHD but i think stem cells can give us high hopes. ‘

    Our own blog site

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