ADHD in Adolescence
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November 28, 2015
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Teachers, parents, and friends know that the child is misbehaving or different but they may not be able to tell exactly what is wrong.
Any child may show inattention, distractibility, impulsivity, or hyperactivity at times, but the child with ADHD shows these symptoms and behaviors more frequently and severely than other children of the same age or developmental level...
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ADHD occurs in 3-5% of school age children (Attention 1999). ADHD must begin before the age of seven and it can continue into adulthood. ADHD runs in families with about 25% of biological parents also having this medical condition (Attention 1999).
A child with ADHD often shows some of the following:
trouble paying attention
inattention to details and makes careless mistakes
loses school supplies, forgets to turn in homework
trouble finishing class work and homework
trouble following multiple adult commands
blurts out answers
fidgets or squirms
leaves seat and runs about or climbs excessively
seems "on the go"
talks too much and has difficulty playing quietly
interrupts or intrudes on others
A child presenting with ADHD symptoms should have a comprehensive evaluation...
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