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(p. 213) Module 11: Review, Wrap Up, and Planning for the Future 

(p. 213) Module 11: Review, Wrap Up, and Planning for the Future
(p. 213) Module 11: Review, Wrap Up, and Planning for the Future

Andrea Chronis-Tuscano

, Kelly O’Brien

, and Christina M. Danko

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date: 13 April 2021

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a chronic condition, requiring ongoing use of behavioral skills learned in this program. Without the support of a therapist, it may be difficult for parents to use these skills consistently. The more that these skills become automatic, the more benefits parents and children will experience. A goal of this module is help parents to think about and prepare for how to apply the principles and strategies presented in this program to possible future issues they encounter with their child and personally. It is important to anticipate and catch problems early, so that parents can engage these tools before problems escalate. Another goal is to ensure that parents have, by now, realized the value of self-care so they can create a supportive, consistent environment for their children. Ongoing monitoring of their mood, parenting, and child behavior will help parents to recognize signs that it is time to seek additional professional help.

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