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DORCHESTER

Exercising a longer attention span

DORE treatment gaining advocates

By Peter Schworm
Globe Staff / May 21, 2006

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Less than a year ago, grade-schooler Conor McTavish was first out at dodge ball and watched playground soccer games from the sideline. Diagnosed with attention deficit disorder and motor skill delays, the bright, articulate 11-year-old often lost his place on the page and struggled to put his thoughts on paper and keep his mind from wandering. (Full article: 1027 words)

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