ADHD can have a variety of ‘symptoms’ but it often goes undetected and undiagnosed. If you’re wondering whether you or a loved one may have ADHD, some of the common symptoms to look out for include challenges with productivity functions such as planning, organization, task completion, memory, attention/focus and time management. Difficulty managing emotions is another common symptom. Typically these symptoms can impact on your productivity, performance, school, career, relationships, and more.
If you or a family member has already been diagnosed with ADHD, it is likely you are already aware of some of these difficulties but you might be struggling to find appropriate support for your unique set of needs.
ADHD can be seen as a superpower because people with ADHD also have many strengths. You might identify with some of the common ones. They include high creativity and ingenuity, out-of-the-box thinking, a sophisticated sense of humor, a sense of adventure, and more. It is equally important to find ways to nurture these strengths as it is to find ways to support the areas where you struggle. There is a growing amount of resources and support available for the ADHD community.
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Information contained herein is for educational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any ailment or condition. Dr. Lisa Zaretsky. Ed.D, LCSW, LISW, C.Hyp makes no representation, express or implied, that information herein is applicable to any individual's particular situation. This information should not replace individual consultation with an appropriately qualified professional.