Allan Chislett, social worker from Ontario, believes that treating ADHD as a behavioural problem suggests that the disorder is a choice. He says "It's not reasonable that a child would choose embarrassment and exclusion."
He believes that policies around behavioural discipline need to be adjusted to ensure that children with ADHD do not feel ostracized or unimportant.
You can listen to the full interview with Chislett below.
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