ADHD Symptoms Checklist: Signs of Each Subtype in Adults & Children
Do you have ADD? Signs of ADHD? Consult this checklist of ADHD symptoms common to each subtype — hyperactive, inattentive, or combined type attention deficit — in adults and children.
Take the ADHD Test for Women
Think you might have ADHD? or Are you ready to see an ADHD test that shows what it actually looks like for a woman to have #ADHD. This test is it. It's based on the DSM 5 criteria for ADHD but it breaks each symptom down into examples of what it often looks like for women. It's designed to help you explore the possibility of ADHD and as a tool you can go over with your doctor. Because even though this test cannot diagnose, you it can be a helpful conversation starter with your doctor.
ADHD Test - The Adult ADHD Spectrum Self Test
Do you have any of the traits of ADHD? Take the first adult ADHD test that looks at both the strengths and the challenges of ADHD wiring.
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The NOOK Book (eBook) of the A Radical Guide for Women with ADHD: Embrace Neurodiversity, Live Boldly, and Break Through Barriers by Sari Solden MS,
6 Questions for Recognizing ADHD in Adults - ADD freeSources
This proposed version of the World Health Organization ADHD Self-Report Screening Scale is a short questionnaire designed to help people easily assess the possibility that they might have ADHD. (Researchers have revised the scale to fit the new criteria for evaluating ADHD introduced by the DSM-5 and to reflect how ADHD presents differently in adults than […]
11 Important Things That Have Helped Me And My Adult ADHD
I've had ADHD all my life but I didn't know about it until my mid-twenties. It's been almost 10 years and I've learned a lot. In this post, I am sharing with you 11 important things that have helped me and my adult ADHD!
When You Aren't Living Up to Your Potential
Not living up to your potential is one of those key phrases for ADHD. Along with "fails to pay attention" and "needs to try harder." Could that be you?
I'm a woman with ADHD. Here's what I wish you knew.
People supporting you on this journey may not understand. Those closest to me haven’t always understood. Sometimes they’ve said some very hurtful things.
High IQ May "Mask" the Diagnosis of ADHD by Compensating for Deficits in Executive Functions in Treatment-Naïve Adults With ADHD - PubMed
High IQ May "Mask" the Diagnosis of ADHD by Compensating for Deficits in Executive Functions in Treatment-Naïve Adults With ADHD. - PubMed - NCBI