Treating a child's ADHD can be a balancing act. Stimulant and non-stimulant medicines are available in addition to possible dietary changes, stress management, and talk therapy. Many children also learn study skills to excel with ADHD. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of treating ADHD in children, potential side effects, alternative treatments, and more.
Some children with ADHD are also taking medication for another condition, such as anxiety, depression, or conduct disorder. This article provides tips for parents on how to manage more than one medication for their child.