Many boys with predominantly hyperactive and impulsive ADHD have difficulty concentrating in the classroom
Girls and ADHD
Girls who may have "inattentive" ADHD often have their symptoms overlooked.
It is common for people with AD/HD to have co-existing conditions and addictive behaviours. This presents life long challenges for them and and their families.
Family and Friends
Family, friends and carers all play an important role in supporting those with ADHD.
Relationships - Home, Education, Workplace
Individual, Couples or Family Therapy, may address issues arising from the presence of ADHD in a relationship.
ADHD is everywhere.
Did you know that ADHD is a non-discriminatory disorder affecting people of every age, gender, IQ, and religious and socio-economic background everywhere in the world?
Some adults will display a mostly “inattentive subtype”, others will have a “hyperactive/impulsive subtype”, while many will have a “combined subtype” involving inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive behaviours.