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ADHD is a problem with inattentiveness, over-activity, impulsivity, or a combination. For these problems to be diagnosed as ADHD, they must be out of the normal range for a child's age and development.
Psychiatrists say ADHD is a neurobehavioral developmental disorder.
An individual with ADHD finds it much more difficult to focus on something without being distracted. He has greater difficulty in controlling what he is doing or saying and is less able to control how much physical activity is appropriate for a particular situation compared to somebody without ADHD. In other words, a person with ADHD is much more impulsive and restless.
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I'm interested in which accommodations work the best for our kids in school, and how 504's and IEP's are successfully implemented. My son is out of school now, but we struggled over many years to work cooperatively with the schools. It was tough!…Continue
Many of us have or have had children in school, and after raising two I will always wonder what kind of routines at home work best for student success. We tried many things, including a Spanish tutor in high school who shared her study habits as…Continue
I was wonerding how some couples deal with adhd i have it and my girlfriend broke up with me because i was calling her and texting her way to much now that we have found out was causeing me too do that so much she side she would have to see a big…Continue
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