Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder is an increasingly common diagnosis. Many parents have mixed feelings when they hear their family physician say, "It's A.D.H.D." It's a relief to identify the problem, yet disquieting to think of their child taking such powerful medication. Many cases of "A.D.H.D." may include visual deficiencies that make near vision work extremely difficult. If the child has true A.D.H.D., the visual problem itself may be so severe that it limits the possibility of improvement . Some mild "A.D.H.D." cases may really be a severe vision problem. You're invited to a special workshop for parents and professionals who interact with children whose behavior and learning problems suggest the possibility of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.