Below you will find three areas that will help you:
As a parent/caregiver, you have a powerful voice for affecting change. You can do something about the coerced drugging of your child through the public schools, and your actions do make a difference! With parent voices, AbleChild was able to get the first of its kind Federal legislation, the “Prohibition on Mandatory Medication Amendment” passed into law under IDEA. This new law prohibits schools from recommending or requiring that a child take a Controlled Substance (Includes Prescription Drugs such as Ritalin, Adderall, Concerta, Dexedrine, Dextrostat, ect.) in order to attend school.
All caregivers can use this Federal law to stand up to State run schools. Federal outweighs State.
If you are being coerced by school personnel to drug your child, visit FIGHT FOR KIDS for vital data that every parent needs when faced with this situation. If you want to know what you can do to combat any pressure to label or drug your child, fill out the abuse case form and a representative from the mental health watchdog organization, CCHR, will contact you to give you assistance.
Dr. Fred Baughman, Jr. is a pediatric neurologist (a doctor who studies and handles actual diseases of the central nervous system, specifically in children) of over 30 years. His extensive study of so-called ADHD has led him to one conclusion—ADHD is a 100% fraud. If someone is telling you your child has ADHD, it is a good idea to check out this doctor’s perspective and read his book:
For further information on the history of ADD/ADHD, originally coined “Minimal Brain Dysfunction” please check out:
Did You Realize How Characteristics of the ADD/ADHD Child Resemble Those of the Gifted Child and that Both Checklists are Almost Identical? Check it Out ! The Real ADHD Checklist!
One of the foremost authorities on nutrition, allergies, and many other medical situations that can often cause behavior problems in children, Dr. Mary Ann Block runs a center that does extensive testing on children to rule out the most common causes of ADHD. Visit her site for more information.
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