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“Comorbidity”…When Kids Have More Than One Disorder
The concept of comorbidity is important to understand because it helps to explain why kids who carry the same diagnosis may react very differently to environments or experiences at church, why we very much try to avoid the use of diagnostic labels when working with churches and why it is so important for ministry leaders and parents to view each child as a unique individual.
Posted in ADHD, Controversies, Hidden Disabilities, Key Ministry, Resources Tagged church, Church4EveryChild, comorbidity, Inclusion, Key Ministry, mental health, Stephen Grcevich MD 8 Comments