Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD)

Stories of Family Hope: ADD/ADHD
Two determined families whose children, one labeled ADD/OCD and the other ADD/ADHD, tell their inspiring stories of hope and success after beginning a program developed by the Team at the Family Hope Center. (10:46)
And There is Hope
Edmond, diagnosed and on medication for severe ADHD, and his parents discuss their life before coming to The Family Hope Center. "One day he told us, said his father, Edmond, "that he could not go to school because he felt like was dead, and that he lost his soul". Now homeschooling and doing his FHC program, his mother Maria Virginia says he's changed so much, he's more social, happier, and filled with joy. Edmonds' dad added: "And now we have a child with no medication." (09:14)
Progress for Peyton
"I don't think there would be a future for me if we didn't find FHC", says 15-year old Payton. His dad, David, discusses Peyton's journey following a childhood vaccination that caused symptoms of ADD and Hyperactivity. No longer failing at his homeschooling program or medicated with Adderal or Strattera, David tells of his son's social, behavioral and academic improvements while gaining 2-1/2 years of neurological progress in the last 12 months on their FHC program. (16:55)