The symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) differ in their presentation between children and adults. In children, the symptoms may be more apparent, while adults have often found ways to cover up or make excuses for their symptoms. It’s important to understand the differences in the ways that ADHD symptoms appear in children versus adults.
A diagnosis of ADHD can be confusing. Although many people feel relief after receiving a diagnosis of ADHD, many also have questions. If you were recently diagnosed with ADHD, you might not know where to turn or what to do. Here are ten tips for people recently diagnosed with ADHD.
Isabelle O’Carroll shares why her love of cooking gave her such a sense of reward and purpose, even going so far as to say that it was deeply therapeutic, stretching her creativity, while the rest of her world felt disorganised.
Life with ADHD is not an unusual experience.
When I tell people about the way my life is and they say, “That must be difficult.” I’m never sure how to respond to that.
Maybe it is, it’s how it’s always been for me. It’s no more difficult than it ever was.
Brain breaks and focused attention practices help students feel relaxed and alert and ready to learn.
Why do so many people with ADHD struggle to find relief from their symptoms? From taking away interventions too soon to trying therapy before medication, here are six common obstacles to successful treatment — and how to avoid them.