Caleb is a 4th grade student. He has combined type ADHD. He has problems focusing on activities, is easily distracted, fidgets and get out of his seat, blurts out answers, and interrupts teachers and classmates.
Caleb goes to the doctor and is prescribed Ritalin, a psychostimulant medication.
Caleb is doing much better in class. The medication seems to be helping him concentrate, control his impulsity, and control his behavior. He is able to focus on tasks longer, stays in his chair more, and interrupting class less often.