Parts of my blog (Making Motherhood Manageable) are about helping my son navigate Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and what we went through as a family. I want to honor that by being transparent.
In an effort to shed light on raising a child with ADHD, sharing such personal experiences and the results of those personal experiences are written for you, the reader, to gain insight and perspective only.
So in the spirit of transparency…
Please keep in mind the following:
I’m not a physician, a psychologist or a psychiatrist. I’m not a pediatrician, a dietician or a nurse. Nor am I a neurologist, a behaviorist or a child development specialist. I’m not any type of “ist” or “ian”.
And, I am not in any type of medical profession.
The methods and techniques I use as examples in my blog were originally created for my son and our family situation. Your situation and needs are specific to you and your child.
Therefore be informed — all the information and knowledge I’ve acquired and share is based on my research, insight and personal experiences. I do not claim to know nor pretend to know all facets of ADHD.
What I write about on my blog should not be considered or taken as professional medical advice. It is up to you to contact your medical professional should you have any questions.
I am not responsible for you or your child’s physical, emotional, spiritual or mental well-being.