Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is associated with having difficulty focusing and/or difficulty with hyperactivity/impulsivity that impacts one’s ability to develop, learn, or function.
- Missing details on assignments or making careless mistakes on assignments associated with school, work, or other activities.
- Trouble sustaining attention
- Seeming to not listen when being spoken to
- Trouble following through on assignments
- Trouble organizing task and activities
- trouble completing task in efficient sequences
- Trouble keeping materials in order
- Trouble with time management
- Avoiding task that require significant mental effort or time commitment
- Consistently losing items needed for task (i.e., instructions, pens, pencils, etc.)
- Easily distracted by stimuli or thoughts
- Frequently fidgeting or being unable to stay seated
- Leaving your seat when it is expected you stay in them (i.e., classroom)
- Getting out of your seat, climbing or running around at inappropriate time
- Feeling restless
- Talking excessively
- Being unable to remain quiet when you are expected to (i.e., library, classroom, etc.)
- Blurting out answers, finishing other’s sentences
- Having trouble waiting one’s turn
- Interrupting others when they are occupied with other conversations or activities
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