Being a parent is a challenging, yet rewarding job, but it can be even more challenging when your child displays symptoms of ADD/ADHD. ADD/ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed disorder in children, affecting approximately 5.2 million young people between the ages of three and 17. Though some people choose to treat their child’s ADD/ADHD with medication, there are non-drug treatments for ADD/ADHD that eliminate the potential for negative side effects. Check out this infographic from the leaders in drug-free treatments for ADD to learn more about this common childhood disorder. You’ll also find out how a non-drug treatment for ADHD can benefit your child. Please share with your friends and family.