Are you one of the millions of parents concerned about using medication to treat your child’s developmental or mental health concerns?
- Maybe you’ve had a prescription sitting on your kitchen counter for a while now, but just can’t bring yourself to fill it.
- Perhaps well-meaning friends, family members, and professionals have hinted that you should medicate your child, but you want to try other things first.
- Maybe you have tried medication for your child and it didn’t lead to any improvements, didn’t solve all the problems, or made things worse.
If any of these statements resonate or ring true with you, rest assured you are not alone.
Many parents are in the same boat as you, trying to find solutions to their child’s learning, mood, and behavior challenges but finding little in the way of information or support beyond medication. This can be frustrating and discouraging for everyone involved.
The good news is that there are effective non-medication solutions that help treat the root of learning, mood, and behavior problems. These approaches address the underlying issues that can cause problems like:
- Learning disorders
- Aggressive behavior
- Social and relational difficulties
- Mood problems
- Sensory processing disorders
- Developmental delays
- And more
Whether you decide to use prescription psychiatric medication for your child or not, there are important questions you need answered before you can make the right choice for your child and your family.
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I’d like to share with you a list of Questions Every Parent Should Consider Before Medicating a Child for Developmental or Mental Health Concerns.
In this document I provide the questions to consider, as well as an explanation of why these questions and issues are important. You will quickly be able to determine which areas apply to your child, and be armed with information on issues that may require further investigation before using medication.
I’ll also provide you with a set of 15 Questions to Ask Your Child’s Prescriber Before Starting Medication Treatment.
This list, also with explanations, will help you be a more informed consumer of medications, and get the answers you need when considering medication treatment.
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