The need to anticipate the ‘tipping points’ in the lives of young people with ADHD
It is 10 pm and the phone rings at Andy Smith’s home: it is Sergeant Johnson at the city police station, who tells Andy that his son Brian is in custody. Brian has been arrested for stealing and crashing a car. Andy panics and rushes out to the police station. Angry and frustrated, he ends up having a row with the sergeant and, for his son, the situation goes from bad to worse …
ADHD in practice 2011; 3(1): 14–15
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