In high school the signs of ADHD may show up in new ways as teens become more independent and in charge of their own activities. These symptoms are typical of ADHD. But they may occur with other issues, including sensory processing issues and anxiety.
Infants and Toddlers: ADHD can be diagnosed as young as 2 years old. Because, kids at that age are overactive and energetic no matter what, but there are certain signs to look for to tell if it is just the "terrible two's" or is actually ADHD.
ADHD is often overlooked or ignored in girls and women who exhibit signs of inattentiveness, disorganization, and forgetfulness. Here's how to recognize the unique symptoms of attention deficit in WOMEN get the help needed.
Some children with ADHD display impulsive symptoms like extreme impatience, a low frustration tolerance, or even no regard for consequences. Turn to this learning disorder infographic from Brain Balance New Jersey to learn more about ADHD.