Is there anything more I can do for my child at home, in terms of medications?

As a parent, the most important thing to do at home is to work closely with the pediatrician and occupational therapist to moderate the medication being taken by the child.

Moreover, it is important to keep track of the benefits being seen in a child so it is easier to gauge what works for a child and what does not.

Also, it is highly advisable for a parent to be aware of the side effects associated with some of the medicines and drugs. This is to help both the child, as well as the pediatrician and occupational therapist gauge the effects of a specific drug on the child.


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