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    Teenager add mood disorder autism oppisitional and defiant behaviors
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    Arramb1 posted:
    My grandson has been told he is adhd. He has mood disorder. He has opposite all defiant and slightly autistic. But he has lots of problems in school. He is on melds for adhd and anti depressants. No one can give an answer how to help. School talk about retention or alternative school placemat. How do I get help for him and what do I do. It seems no one gives a cler idea what to do?

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    RoxLa responded:
    Look for the book on amazon: "Healing without hurting" It will help your granson.


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