What to Expect
After starting managing and treating your ADHD, a lot of things will change. This change can be scary at first, so it is important that you discuss all your questions and concerns with your specialists and the people you care about.
There might be a number of specialists involved in managing your treatment plan. Your plan might include your family doctor (your general practitioner, or GP), a psychiatrist (a doctor who specializes in treating mental or emotional disorder), a psychologist (who specializes in therapy for psychological conditions) and a specialist nurse (a nurse who has experience with ADHD).
To get the advice and information you need, it is critical for you to feel comfortable with the members of your ADHD management team.