There are many treatment providers who offer alternative or complementary therapies to help with learning and attention issues. While some of these treatments may help your child, others may not make much of a difference—other than taking up time and putting a dent in your wallet.
If you’re considering an alternative or complementary therapy for your child, be an informed consumer. Here’s a list of questions to ask a treatment provider before getting started.
Asking questions is key to making sure an alternative treatment is right for your child. For more ideas, explore resources for investigating alternative treatments for learning and attention issues.