Ty Schaber of Mission, 8, is in his second year at Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Summer Treatment Program for ADHD, and his mom says he’s made incredible progress. The intensive camp at Kansas City Christian School in Prairie Village helps teach children with ADHD to modify their behavior. Ty enjoyed a “Fun Friday” last week, a reward for good behavior during the week.
Ty Schaber of Mission, 8, is in his second year at Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Summer Treatment Program for ADHD, and his mom says he’s made incredible progress. The intensive camp at Kansas City Christian School in Prairie Village helps teach children with ADHD to modify their behavior. Ty enjoyed a “Fun Friday” last week, a reward for good behavior during the week. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
Ty Schaber of Mission, 8, is in his second year at Children’s Mercy Hospital’s Summer Treatment Program for ADHD, and his mom says he’s made incredible progress. The intensive camp at Kansas City Christian School in Prairie Village helps teach children with ADHD to modify their behavior. Ty enjoyed a “Fun Friday” last week, a reward for good behavior during the week. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

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July 03, 2015 05:17 PM