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Understanding ADHD facts allows you to make the most informed decisions in regards to your child's treatment.
If you are armed with ADHD ADD facts you can avoid common misconceptions regarding ADHD and have a better understanding about the common behaviours typically associated with ADHD and the effective treatments that are available.
ADHD ADD is a condition where your child has difficulty staying focused, paying attention and concentrating.
Incidences of these behaviours are considered to be severe, are not considered to be age appropriate, and interfere with your child's ability to function in social settings and at school.
One of the most important ADHD ADD facts that you need to understand is that not all children with ADHD have the same symptoms. Some children with ADHD are impulsive and hyperactive, but not all.
Although there are many ADHD checklists out there, it is very important for you to understand ADHD facts regarding diagnosis.
An ADHD diagnosis must be performed by an experienced healthcare professional that conducts thorough interviews and assessments with your child, and also interviews you and your child's teachers.
An ADHD assessment must always include a full physical examination, as many ADHD type symptoms can actually be caused by other conditions.
It is up to you to make sure that any diagnosis of your child be done by a professional and not by a teacher, school administrator or child care provider.
ADHD ADD relates to a wide spectrum of behaviours and is officially called Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder.
A child who is diagnosed with ADHD will typically be diagnosed with one of the following three subtypes...
These three subtypes reflect the fact that some children display some behaviours in the ADHD spectrum but not all.
A child may have difficulty paying attention or staying focused on a task but may not be hyperactive.
Another child may not have difficulty concentrating on a task but may have impulsive hyperactive behaviours.
Understanding ADD ADHD facts in regards to your child's specific needs allows you to provide the best possible treatment for him.
A child who shows symptoms of hyperactivity typically has difficulty staying still, staying seated and playing quietly.
He often appears to be constantly moving and often runs and jumps inappropriately.
A child who shows symptoms of impulsivity typically acts without thinking about the consequences.
They have difficulty waiting for their turn and often interrupt conversations and other children's play.
A child who has impulsive behaviour may engage in reckless behaviour without thinking of the consequences, such as running into traffic.
A child who shows symptoms of inattention is easily distracted. They make careless mistakes and have difficulty completing tasks.
They may appear to not listen when being spoken to and have trouble organizing and keeping track of their things.
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