There is no consensus among experts on how to diagnose and treat attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders (ADHD).
Ultimately, however, the question is not what experts think about it, but what is useful and profitable for the patients in their need. We postulate: Diagnostics and even more so treatment should contribute decisively to security and clarity on the further path of life. Diagnostics and treatment must therefore be geared primarily to this. The specialists are not the experts in the patients’ lives (they are the patients themselves!), but experts in analyzing and understanding data.
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