The neurologist says we just need to find the right medication for the ADHD and he’ll be fine.
The Occupational Therapist says its sensory and he needs a better sensory diet to help him feel calmer. It is not ADHD, its sensory.
The optometrist says he needs vision therapy to help with visual tracking. This doctor says that signs of visual tracking weakness are often misdiagnosed as ADHD. It’s not ADHD, its vision.
The pediatrician says he’s perfectly healthy, if not a slight bit underweight.
The international adoption pediatrician says he has encephalopathy.
One family member says that he is autistic.
Another says he is just being a boy.
And another says he’ll grow out of it.
The stranger at the supermarket says he probably has Fetal Alcohol Syndrome.
The neighbor says I’m the one who is being dramatic.
The school says nothing.
Feeling overwhelmed. How does a mom know what to do?