Canadian schools adapt to children with ADHD

The Canadian province of Quebec has decided to adapt its education system to the increasing number of children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Doctors in Canada recognise ADHD as a neurological disorder and treat it with medication, as well as advising to cut sugary foods and screen time. Our correspondents report on how schools and universities in Quebec are helping to support those affected by ADHD.


Programme prepared by François Rihouay, Gloria Henriquez, and Patrick Lovett.

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