Education & Medication Part 3: Ritalin, Concerta, Strattera and Tofranil

Part 3: Ritalin, Concerta, Strattera and Tofranil

Typically prescribed medication for AD/HD (Ritalin, Concerta, Strattera) is often provided without the insert containing the medication guidelines. Below are summaries for these four medications taken from the American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) along with Tofranil which is prescribed for co-morbid conditions.

These infographics provide a handy summary of:

  • The Schedule of the drug (as prescribed by the MCC of South Africa)
  • Warnings
  • Side Effects
  • Indications
  • Contra-indications
  • Pharmacodynamics

Interesting facts related to each medication are also provided.

Ritalin – drug insert as hosted by the FDA




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  1. Sharon Malope 0822537777

    Good day, my son has dyslexia and would like to find out if he can be accommodated at your school. He is 11, in grade 4, had to repeat grade 1 and 3. He has taken Ritalin, concerta, straterra but nothing seems to help and he’s really becoming isolated and have self confidence issues

    1. Neal Bresler

      Yes – that is exactly why we started EduExcellence. Our personal approach starts upfront as we like to understand exactly where each child is at. Why not book a no obligation Zoom chat with one of our principals so that we can discuss how we an best help you son

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