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What is ADHD?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affects a person’s ability to pay attention in a focused way, to think clearly, complete tasks, and/or manage impulses.

What are the symptoms?

People with ADHD may have one symptom or a combined set of symptoms.

  • Inattention: Becoming easily distracted and jumping from activity to activity, Becoming bored with a task quickly, Difficulty focusing attention or completing a single task or activity, Difficulty processing information quickly, Struggling to follow directions
  • Hyperactivity: Fidgeting and squirming, having trouble sitting still
  • Impulsivity: Impatience, Acting without regard for consequences, blurting things out, interrupting others

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Ramona Winner
MWC Family Advocate of 12 years