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Who Can Help? 

Who Can Help?
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Who Can Help?
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Christopher Gillberg

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10.1093/med/9780199937905.003.0014
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date: 18 November 2019

Many social services and health organizations, from general social and medical services, child and school health care, and child psychiatry/habilitation to correctional institutions (including prisons) and adult psychiatry, social services and labor market institutions, need to be well informed in the field of ADHD/DAMP, and ESSENCE more generally, if help efforts for those affected are to be optimal. Preschool and school teachers need to be well versed in the normal development of children, ADHD/DAMP problems and adequate education support measures if child care and school are not to contribute to further alienation of children and adolescents with ADHD/DAMP.

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