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Published on Apr 11, 2013
Children in Hispanic/Latino families are less likely to be screened, diagnosed and treated for ADHD than other children. Cultural attitudes can play a role in how ADHD is perceived by Hispanic/Latino parents and their families and friends, which can make it more difficult to find the help and treatment children need to achieve success. Yamalis Diaz, PhD, of the NYU Child Study Center talks about these issues, and offer tips and ideas on how to work with health care professionals and educators when there may be cross-cultural misunderstandings.