Narrative Competence, Empowerment, Mutual Support and Sustainable Learning Environment Embedded in ADHD Shared Action Model - Exploring a ADHD Family Support Group Oral History Exploring ADHD Shared action model

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Yu-Chia Chen

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Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disease that cannot be overcome only by clinical diagnosis and treatment. It is a complex problem that affects both society and medicine. This article first analyzes the societal causes and disease status of ADHD. Then, introduces the Shared Action Model proposed by Prof. Vincent Chen of the Department of Psychiatry at Chiayi Chang Gung Memorial is introduced. The model is based on the interaction between the medical professionals and the families, It provides comprehensive care for ADHD children and helps them resolve difficulties It provides in their care. Through the oral history interview method, we find that each party empathizes with The others through listening, from the doctors to the caregivers and eventually to the patients themselves. As the trust-based, empowerment-oriented partnership to emerges, it gives a new meaning to the condition and encourages ADHD patients to develop their strengths. In the process of joint, the medical professionals and caregivers develop solutions, accumulate knowledge, create a sustainable learning environment with mutual respect, improve quality of life, work together to create a new life and cultural values, and establish a new medical paradigm.

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Chen, Y.-C. . (2022). Narrative Competence, Empowerment, Mutual Support and Sustainable Learning Environment Embedded in ADHD Shared Action Model - Exploring a ADHD Family Support Group Oral History: Exploring ADHD Shared action model. International Journal of Child Development and Mental Health, 10(1), 20–30. Retrieved from https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/cdmh/article/view/252892
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