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Morning routines are an important piece of anyone’s day. For children and adolescents this period sets them up for success throughout their day at school and into after-school and evening activities. However, mornings are busy and chaotic for most families. And that’s without the addition of ADHD.

The research shows that despite treatment ADHD adversely effects family relations during the early morning routine. Read more in the two articles from the Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology.

In the recorded webinar below, watch as Dr. Barkley further discusses family relation impairments due to ADHD and how the adverse impact of ADHD fluctuates across settings and time of day.