Event Title

Parental Opinions of Combination Treatment of Medication and Interactive Metronome with Children with ADHD

Presenter Information

Matthew Lenz, Walsh University

Location

128 Science & Nursing Building

Start Date

27-4-2018 10:30 AM

End Date

27-4-2018 10:55 AM

Description

This research study was conducted to further the research in the treatment options for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. While past research has shown that stimulant medication alone is sufficient to treat the symptoms of ADHD; there has been a push for a combination of medication and therapy as the most effective treatment option. Using parents who have children with ADHD and parents who do not have children with ADHD, the study will gather the opinions of parents about whether or not they would be interested in having their child to receive combination therapy and their reasoning behind that. The study also gauged the parents' awareness and reservations about the treatment option.

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Parental Opinions of Combination Treatment of Medication and Interactive Metronome with Children with ADHD

128 Science & Nursing Building

This research study was conducted to further the research in the treatment options for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. While past research has shown that stimulant medication alone is sufficient to treat the symptoms of ADHD; there has been a push for a combination of medication and therapy as the most effective treatment option. Using parents who have children with ADHD and parents who do not have children with ADHD, the study will gather the opinions of parents about whether or not they would be interested in having their child to receive combination therapy and their reasoning behind that. The study also gauged the parents' awareness and reservations about the treatment option.