Koncentrationsläger Bättre för Barn med ADD – ADHD?

Ibland kan man undra hur det skulle sett ut om andra funktionshinder mötte samma öden som ADD eller ADHD, vad tror du?

Hade folk turats om att försöka få bort diagnosen förlamad i benen, eller helt enkelt benamputerad? Och skrivit insändare efter insändare med hur otroligt stigmatiserande det skulle vara om de utan ben fick rullstolar att använda för att ta sig fram? Hade upprördheten hos socionomerna varit lika stor? Skulle någon uttala sig om hur oerhört stigmatiserande och onödigt det varmed rullstolar, vilka dessutom kan tippa baklänges! Hör och häpna.

Tänk på de unga barnen, de kanske skulle sitta och bli feta i rullstolarna? Är det då inte bättre att de sitter hemma på vinden som förr i tiden, då man gömde undan dem så att de inte fick ta del av samhället. Deras skolgång kostade ju faktiskt just inget på den gamla goda tiden, så varför ska de klaga nu för, de växer ju rullstolar som svampar ur jorden…

Money makes the world go around, and the wheelchars to, baby blue.

Ursäkta att jag frågar men skulle någon ställa frågorna om funktionshinder enligt samma princip när det gäller andra grupper? Och varför kan man anse att ett funktionshinder är värt att ringakta bara för att man själv inte kan inse dess uppenbarhet? Susanne Bejerot skriver i Läkartidningen: Det synes angeläget att åtminstone inte läkarkåren förleds att tro på förtal av kolleger från fundamentalister och inte heller låter sig skrämmas till tystnad av rädsla för trakasserier…

Funktionshindret ADHD är vid första anblicken osynligt men kan vara mer handikappande än ett rullstolsberoende, oavsett om man gillar diagnosen eller inte.

Intressant nog skriver hon ”låter sig skrämmas” antagligen för att hon förstått den fundamentalistiska vilja som vill förneka människor dess grundläggande mänskliga rättighet att ta del av samhället genom att förneka deras funktionshinder, genom att förneka deras diagnos och genom att förneka deras värdighet att själva förstå vad som är bäst för dem. För de flesta av oss skulle nog inte vilja äta mediciner om vi inte behövde dem, eller?

Kritikerna vill ju inte alls verka elaka eller omänskliga, utan hela hänsynslösheten sker ju givetvis med den falska förespeglingen att det är för barnen eller samhällets bästa ….. Jo, givetvis säger de det, för hur skulle det se ut annars? Då kanske avgrundskritikerna måste börja ta ansvar för sina åsikter och inse att de på fullt allvar försöker förneka människor sina mänskliga rättigheter att ta del av samhället. Varför finns det inga konstruktiva kritiker till diagnosen ADHD? Att gnälla är enkelt, man kan säga att diagnosen saknar vetenskaplig¹ underbyggnad och så vidare. Men varför kan det inte någon dag komma fram en kritiker som har något bättre att komma med för människorna med detta funktionshinder?

Kriminalvårdens forskningschef professor Martin Grann’s fantastiska uttalande om att det egentligen finns ganska lite forskning om ADHD är ganska intressant. Exakt vart ifrån har Professorn i psykologi hämtat den infomationen ifrån? Vilka har blivit lidande av denna inställning hos en person som rimligen har ett stort delansvar för att Kriminalvården först nyligen 2008 – 2009 förefaller ha insett att ADHD kan behandlas och att behandling kan vara bra för personer som har ADHD?

Är det inte en straffbar nonchalans att låta tusentals personer gå utan rimlig vård bara för att man är så frälst av sina egna åsikter som saknar verklighetsunderlag? ADHD Center

ADHD Relaterade Referenser

Historia

Primär Symptom
Diagnos kriterier
Prevalens
Könsskillnader
Associerade kognitiva, Utvecklings, och Hälso Problem
Komorbiditet
Subtyper
Föräldrar-Barn Interaktioner och Familje Problem
Etiologi
Uppföljningsstudier med utvärderingar
Teorier om ADHD och Executiva Funktioner
Utvärdering – Intervjuver och utvärderingar
Utvärdering – Psykologisk Testning
Utvärdering av ADHD hos Vuxna
Klinisk Föräldraträning
Föräldraträning i Skolan
Träna Familjer med Tonåringar som har ADHD
Behandla Relationsproblem
CS Medicinering för Barn med ADHD
Andra Mediciner för Barn med ADHD
Medicinerigng för Vuxna med ADHD
ADHD Kombinerade Insatser

ADHD Fakta:

Historik och relevanta sammanfattningar:
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Barkley, R. A. (1989a). The problem of stimulus control and rule-governed behavior in children with attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity. In J. Swanson & L. Bloomingdale (Eds.), Attention deficit disorders (pp. 203–234). New York: Pergamon Press.

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Barkley, R. A. (1991). The ecological validity of laboratory and analogue assessments of ADHD Symptoms. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 19, 149–178.

Barkley, R. A. (1997a). Inhibition, sustained attention, and executive functions: Constructing a unifying theory of ADHD. Psychological Bulletin, 121, 65–94.

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