Part #10 - Teenagers with ADHD

NASET ADHD SERIES

Part # 10 - Teenagers with ADHD

Introduction

Most children with ADHD continue to have symptoms as they enter adolescence. Some children, however, are not diagnosed with ADHD until they reach adolescence. This is more common among children with predominantly inattentive symptoms because they are not necessarily disruptive at home or in school. In these children, the disorder becomes more apparent as academic demands increase and responsibilities mount. For all teens, these years are challenging. But for teens with ADHD, these years may be especially difficult.  This issue of NASET’s ADHD series will explore some of the special needs of teenagers with ADHD

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