Richardson ADHD

Richardson: Learning disabilities and other types of brain disorders are often found in individuals with ADD/ADHD. Integrative processing is a deficit that will not allow such individuals to take in information, process it quickly, and make use of it. It is not that they do not understand the information, but conflicting signals will make it difficult or impossible to fully process.

Working memory problems is another disability challenge for the person with ADD/ADHD. Working memory or short-term memory deficits affect information that is told to a person in the moment. Since this processing problem affects information one hears or reads, it can seriously impair most academic performance.

ADD / ADHD Treatment Center
Robert C. Young M.D.
1524 Independence Parkway
Suite A-1
Plano, Texas 75075
(972) 943-0410

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Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

8:45 am-5:45 pm

Tuesday:

8:45 am-5:45 pm

Wednesday:

8:45 am-5:45 pm

Thursday:

8:45 am-5:45 pm

Friday:

8:45 am-5:45 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

What Our Clients Say About Us

  • "Dr. C is awesome! He is not pushy with a treatment plan and really gives you all your options. He is supportive of a conservative or an aggressive treatment plan, whichever the parent favors. I brought my 5-year-old in when she started having trouble in school, and we had exhausted all of our options. He was very kind and caring and really took the time to listen and educate our family about ADHD."
    Larryssa L.
  • "We LOVE Dr. John. He has changed the complete dynamic of our entire house. There is no more yelling, there are no more tears. Those have been replaced with big smiles and an awesome report card. Leaving our family practitioner and taking our son to Dr. John has literally been one of best decisions!"
    Tonya W.
  • "Best decision ever to seek out help for my inability to concentrate! Dr. Chuang is great at understanding the issues. Am now able to be more productive at work and complete tasks without getting so distracted."
    Martha D.