>>144104791>Why is the fault with the people?
It's not a fault with the people. It's a fault with the society. Society should change, but as long as it doesn't, the people should at least be helped if it's appropriate.>Does that mean we should drug them so they don't cause a nuisance for their teachers?
I'm actually against giving children ritalin as a way for better study. Parents are generally let the dosage go too high.
The ideal medication for a child with ADHD is a low dosage of adderall. Adderall has better neuroregenerative effects for ADHD children than ritalin, and you don't need a lot for it to have a very positive long term effect (even if they stop taking it) by the time they reach highschool.
Note: adderall is slightly neurotoxic to adults that do not have ADHD unless you additionally take ritalin. The reason is deterioration of blocked hormones into acids that kill braincells. (ritalin causes these hormones to be swept away before they deteriorate.) This process is very slow but can increase the chances of the patient developing mental disabilities in old age like alzheimer's or dementia.>Or maybe they would benefit from a more appropriate education model. It's like, people who are shit at maths, we don't drug them so they can do it, we guide them to alternate career paths.
What would really work is a real minimum income system so that people aren't manipulated by the corporate complex like they are.
And fix education so that it does more than teach people useless trivia. Teach them the things the world and their parents are supposed to teach them. Teach them about danger, the law, local history, etc.
Going through 12 years where 4/5ths of what you learn is useless factual memorization that's only useful to less than 0.01% of people once they grow up is insane. If you cut back on the cruft, people with ADHD will suddenly stop having a hard time. And with technical domains like mathematics the most important thing is principles, not the rote.