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ADHD Schools for Troubled Teens

Your ADHD Child Can Be Helped - He/She Doesn't Need to Be Abused at a Boot Camp or Military School!
With intervention and commitment, you can give your teen
a second chance at success ... for happiness ... for life.

Is your teen's life in chaos due to a struggle with ADHD? In addition, is he/she displaying any of the following self-destructive behaviors? Do you need an ADHD school to help?

Sometimes associated with other disorders and substance abuse, along with the resultant behavioral issues, a teen's struggle with ADHD can be a complex problem. Does your teen exhibit any of the following behaviors?

    Symptoms of ADHD (Three ADHD Categories):

    Category 1: Inattention

  • Difficulty Paying Attention to Details
  • Tendency to Make Careless Mistakes
  • Produces Work that is Often Messy & Careless
  • Easily Distracted by Irrelevant Stimuli
  • Frequently Interrupts Tasks to Address Trivial Noises or Events
  • Inability to Maintain Attention on Tasks or Activities
  • Struggles to Finish Tasks or Schoolwork that Require Concentration
  • Frequently Shifts from One Uncompleted Activity to Another
  • Procrastinates
  • Disorganized Work Processes
  • Forgetfulness in Daily Routines
  • Failure to Complete Homework, Chores, etc.
  • Frequent Shifts in Conversation
  • Doesn't Listen to Others During Conversation
  • Doesn't Keep Mental Focus on Conversation
  • Doesn't Follow Rules of Activities in Social Situations
  • Can't Keep Friends - Peer Problems
  • Category 2: Hyperactivity

  • Fidgeting & Squirming While Seated
  • Frequently Stands to Walk Around
  • Excessive & Inappropriate Running or Climbing
  • In Teens: Restlessness (as Opposed to Running and Climbing)
  • Displays Difficulty in Playing Quietly
  • Has Difficulty Engaging in Quiet, Leisurely Activity
  • Always Seems to Be "On-the-Go"
  • Regularly Engages in Excessive Talking
  • Category 3: Impulsivity

  • Struggles with Impatience
  • Blurts Out Answers without Waiting for the Full Question
  • Has Difficulty Waiting for His/Her Turn
  • Frequently Interrupts Others in Social or Work Settings
  • Frequently Intrudes on Others in Social or Work Settings
  • Initiates Conversations at Inappropriate Times
  • Effects and Warning Signs of ADHD:

  • Failure to Finish Projects
  • Doesn't Seem to Pay Attention
  • Doesn't Listen to Instructions
  • Failure to Get Organized
  • Poor Grades in School
  • Isolation from Peers Due to Poor Grades
  • Isolation from Peers Due to Secondary Depression

    Has there been a diagnosis of a disorder?

  • Combined ADHD (Most Common Form of ADHD)
    Distinguished by All ADHD Symptoms Noted Above
  • Inattentive ADHD (Also Known as ADD)
    Distinguished by Impaired Attention and Concentration
  • Hyperactive-Impulsive ADHD
    Distinguished by Hyperactivity without Inattentiveness

If your teenager or loved one is struggling with the ADHD symptoms and issues mentioned above, you may wish to get ADHD help now. From free services to complete intervention, vast resources are provided through the options found on this page (teen help, above right).*

Does Your Child Need an ADHD school for Teenagers?

Often when teenagers struggle with ADHD they develop self-defeating behaviors not originally related to their disorder. Difficulty in dealing with adults (teachers, parents, etc.) from an early age, may have facilitated the development of a defiant disposition, low self-esteem, etc. Some ADHD students fall into the trap of self medication through alcohol and various legal and illegal drugs. But regardless of what negative issues may have developed over the years, there is still a young person in there - very likely an intelligent young person - looking for real solutions to his or her struggles with ADHD.

Thousands of families throughout the country have turned to specialized ADHD schools - residential treatment centers - to help their children find answers to their ADHD problems, related behavioral issues, and experience academic success. These ADHD schools are meant to help, rather than to punish teens with ADHD. They provide 24x7 supervision, guidance, and support. It is important for you to understand that ADHD schools are distinguished among residential treatment centers as highly structured, though less punitive than traditional residential treatment centers.

Parent & Teen Resources has long been recognized as a leader in the delivery of private school services to families in the United States. As you come to know us you will see that our primary interest is in the long-term healing of your child. In addition to being confident regarding the services we can deliver, we also specialize in associating with other professionals who are familiar with the best ADHD schools for troubled teens throughout the country. Much like Parent & Teen Resources, these schools focus primarily upon helping students with ADHD catch up with and/or become successful with their academics, engage in therapy to help with a variety of emotional issues sometimes associated with ADHD, vocational development, and prepare to return to the home environment.

Is an ADHD school's distance from your home an issue? It shouldn't be. ADHD schools are an investment in your child's future. Placement in an ADHD school is a difficult choice for many reasons. But don't short-change your child, nor this unique opportunity to bring solutions to his or her life.

We employ a thorough process of identifying, planning, and implementing effective and strategic healing for troubled teens and their families. ADHD schools, as residential placement, expect their students to successfully transition back to local therapy, and hopefully a healthy social and academic environment. Unlike other "industry leaders" in our field, we provide a unique relationship to you and your local community in our efforts to help your child. Contact us to see how.

Our mission is to gather as much relevant information as possible about your teen, then plan for academic, therapeutic, and placement options appropriate to your teen's and your family's needs.

The professionals with whom we work travel throughout the United States visiting and evaluating ADHD schools. These consultants keep current with programs, changes, and philosophies at a wide variety of ADHD schools.

Parent & Teen Resources communicates with you, our families on a regular basis to provide a high level of service and feedback. Your teen's interests are considered foremost in making any decision regarding placement in an ADHD School.

You have made the right choice in seeking help. The next step is to contact us.* We have vast experience in the intervention industry. We have worked in the industry. We have lived in the industry. We have seen what works ...... and what doesn't. Follow the Teen Help Options, above right.*

Treatment specialists will guide you. They will inform you. Take advantage of their knowledge and insight. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

For enrollment of a teen in any ADHD School with which our specialists are familiar, follow the Teen Help Options, above right.*

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