She was growing apart from her daughter, but she didn't know why. About two years ago, Meile Harris was spending more time trying to keep her daughter focused, and less time doing the things they used to do together.It seemed like it would take hours for her daughter, Taylor, to complete a homework assignment. There were no visible signs that Taylor, who is now 13 and an eighth-grader at Hansen Junior High, having problems at school.
Her teachers said she was rarely disruptive during class and she always seemed attentive. And the Harris' home was like a page out of Good Housekeeping. Her parents made it a habit of doing homework with their children, and when the kids were not busy with school activities the family would spend time together. But something wasn't right."It was when I really felt like we were growing apart that I thought something needed to be done," Harris said. "That was when we started testing to see if she had signs of ADD."
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