Becasue I’ve read some stuff on medical sites about it. For the note : I have ADHD and a learning disability.
I am writing an english paper, and I’m not exactly one to turn to others first for information. This is just a bit serious, though. I have looked near and far for information on this disorder, as I’m looking for the facts described above, and I find things on ADHD. Granted, they’re not incredibly different, ADHD and ADD, but they are different, and my paper is not on ADHD. I can’t seem to find a good list of effects of this disorder. Any and all help would be extremely appreciated.
Everyone suggests that my son get involved in an extracurricular activity. He has ADHD, and we tend to want to put him in a sport to use some of his excess energy in a positive way. He doesn’t show much interest in any though, he is not yet 7 years old. Should we just pick one and make him try it? He has tried team sports in the past without much luck.
I know there are different degrees of the condition, but in general on average for someone to hold a steady job, how challenging is it?
I have sleep apnea OCD anxiety and ADHD at age 14. Is it really rare for someone my age to have all those problems?
Here is a good video about ADHD coaching.
Treating ADHD with coaching. Watch this and more health videos at: www.answerstv.com
If you are diagnosed with ADD as a kid, does that mean you will have to take medicine for the rest of your life? Ugh!
I work in a day care and I work with a lot of children with adhd and add and some times it seems like that there is no way talk to them or get them to listen and some of them are not medicated, how do u handle that?
I have researched the symptoms and he fits, his teachers thought he had ADHD when he was in school, and I have had people (friends/family) ask if he has ADHD. I love him and want to help him.
Here is a typical question of parents what believe their child may have one of these disorders.
Whats the difference between ADD and ADHD?
I know what ADHD is, but isn’t ADD in a child mean that he is not hyper, maybe just the opposite?