Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can have a huge impact on your child’s life. It can affect everything from how they interact with others to how well they do in school.
This neurodevelopmental disorder is often hard to spot right away because signs and symptoms can vary. It’s also often easy to misdiagnose. This is because many parents don’t know what to look for.
ADHD typically shows up in younger children. It’s often officially diagnosed by the time kids have reached their teenage years.
While ADHD needs to be professionally diagnosed by a doctor, there are some symptoms you can look for if you suspect your child might have the disorder.Read More