Signs and Symptoms of ADD/ADHD
ADHD Women - Symptoms in ADHD Women
Normal hormonal changes that women experience throughout their lifetime can affect ADHD symptoms. Females with ADHD share their own personal stories.
How Might Hyperactivity Present Differently in Adults with AD…
Learn more about the different ways hyperactive symptoms of ADHD can present in children vs adults with ADD / ADHD.
Adult Self-Report Scale (ASRS) Screener
Adult ADHD is a very common, yet too often unrecognized condition. Many adults have been living with impairing symptoms of ADHD, but don’t recognize it as ADHD. Learn more about the Adult Self-Report Scale (ASRS) Screener
Understanding the Different Types of ADHD
Understanding the different symptoms and types of ADHD. ADHD symptoms include more than just symptoms of hyperactivity. Learn more about the different types of ADHD.
Signs That Might Warrant Further Evaluation
Learn more about the signs that may warrant further evaluation for ADHD.
Signs and Symptoms of ADHD
The most prevalent symptoms of ADHD are inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. These behaviors are typically seen early in a child’s life, often when he enters a school setting. Impulsive and hyperactive behaviors may be the most evident symptoms initially, followed by signs of inattention.
Signs of Inattention
What are some examples of inattention and distractibility? Read on to learn more.
Signs of Hyperactivity
What are some examples of hyperactive behaviors? Read on to learn more.
Signs of Impulsivity
What are some examples of impulsive behaviors? Read on to learn more.
Learn About Symptoms of Adult ADHD
Learn more about some of the problems and symptoms commonly associated with adult ADHD
ADHD in Young Children
ADHD in Young Children: Understanding Early Symptoms of ADHD
Potential Predictors of ADHD
Understanding potential predictors of ADHD can help you identify if your child is possibly at risk.
How Do I Know If My Child Has ADHD?
Learn about some of the types of behaviors that often alert parents to the possible presence of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).