ADHD Kids: Challenges With The Law
While the CDC estimates that ADHD occurs in 10% of the general population, its prevalence in our jails has been estimated at 50% or higher. Additionally, in about 65% of cases, ADHD is present with a co-occurring mental health condition. Studies also show that inmates with related mental health conditions stay in the system between 5 and 8 times longer than inmates without mental health impairments. This is further compounded by the fact that the risk of substance abuse disorder doubles when ADHD is present and further triples when ADHD is present with Conduct Disorder.
~ Robert Tudisco
Robert Tudisco – A Lawyer Experienced With ADHD Kids
Here Robert takes on many imperatives that surround ADHD children with legal issues – and gives us hard, straight answers. Consider this essential perspective: children and adolescents with ADHD & co-occurring conditions experience a much higher risk of school discipline & criminal prosecution.
Robert is a nationally recognized author, motivational speaker, and non-profit management consultant, in addition to being a practicing attorney at the law firm of Barger & Gaines, in Irvington NY.
My firm recommendation for those interested in ADHD kids and the law: This mandatory listen to lawyer
- He is a past member of the National Board of Directors of Children and Adults with Attention Deficit Disorder (CHADD), serving as a member of its Public Policy Committee since 2003, and as Committee Chair from 2005 through 2008. Robert is also a former Vice President of the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA).
- Since his diagnosis, he has researched and written extensively on the subject of special education law and disability advocacy, as well as the over-representation of individuals with ADHD and co-occurring mental health conditions in the juvenile/criminal justice systems, compared to that in the general population.
- He is a frequent resource for the media on these subjects including CBS News, New York Times Magazine, Newsweek, ABC News, The BBC, NBC’s Today Show, CNN, USA Today, Seattle Times. Robert has been published in ATTENTION® Magazine and regularly contributes to adult, parenting, and legal issues, in addition to serving on its Editorial Advisory Board from 2004 through 2014.
- He was also the legal expert columnist for ADDitude Magazine from 2007 through 2012.
How – Rob’s Legal Insights On ADHD Kids: Law, Child, School, & Parental Options
- His personal story – the first epiphany [2:37]
- He began to see patterns in those he represented [4:19]
- Red flags for challenges in the legal community [6:22]
- Diagnosis goes far beyond proper legal defense [9:49]
- Dr. Jennifer Freed is on a similar mission [10:21] – Dr. Freed’s CBJ Episode Here: CBJ/035
- “Under the law” details: the school, parents, and your child [21:42]
- Prevent reoccurrences of the same disciplinary challenges [23:23]
- Note: Get your child out of the line of fire [28:23]
- Excellent review of the larger picture – girls, ADD, comorbid diagnoses [36:00]
- The important issue of diversion – kids sharing drugs [38:54]
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Navigating The Perfect Storm
When School Discipline and Criminal Prosecution Collide
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Robert Tudisco’s Connections
- His Website: http://roberttudisco.com
- Robert Tudisco Video Interview: with Jeff Copper [CBJ/017] on the important topic of Prosecution: Jail vs. Probation
- His Twitter: https://twitter.com/rtudisco
- YouTube: Videos
Other References On Topic
- Go Undiagnosed, Go Directly to Jail? The Truth About Adult ADHD and Crime, Jeff Emmerson, Feb 8, 2014 – Excellent Post
- The Relationship of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder to Crime and Delinquency: A Meta-Analysis, Pratt, T, et al. – Abstract
- Long-term Consequences of Childhood ADHD on Criminal Activities, Jason Fletcher, Barbara Wolfe – Full Pub Med Article
- Many CBJ Experts On Parenting: https://corebrainjournal.com/teen
- CBJ Comments From Critical Thinkers: https://corebrainjournal.com/critical
- CBJ Experts on Relationships: https://corebrainjournal.com/relationships
- ADHD, Prisoners, Opiates – CBJ Expert: Dr. Beth Battinelli – CBJ/212
- Opiates, Addiction Treatment, and ADHD: CBJ Expert: Dr. George Bright – CBJ/102
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