Symptoms of ADHD, Diet & Treatment - Dr. Axe

Symptoms of ADHD, Diet & Treatment

Symptoms of ADHD, Diet & Treatment - Dr. Axe: ***LOTS of information about supplements***

Executive function issues stem from a neurological disorder and not a character flaw. Understand.org also has charts for preschool, elementary, and high school, aw well.

What Teachers See: How ADHD Impacts Learning in Middle School

Hyperactivity displayed in rapid, excessive speech, constant movement or fidgeting, or difficulty completing quiet tasks could be symptoms of ADHD.

Some children with ADHD display impulsive symptoms like extreme impatience, a low frustration tolerance, or even no regard for consequences. Turn to this learning disorder infographic from Brain Balance New Jersey to learn more about ADHD.

Symptoms of ADHD

ADHD is one of the least understood disorders because, despite its prevalence, there is still a bit of confusion regarding the symptoms of ADHD.

These excellent visuals come from aboutdyspraxia.com (website seems to be down at time of writing) and offer a quick reference for teachers and others to identify signs of the above conditions.

GREAT map of Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dysgraphia, and Dyscalculia - how it affect's one's school performance and motor skills!

myADHD.com - Assessment tools: history forms, rating scales and checklists, for adults and children.

Tracking tools designed to monitor symptoms of ADHD and related conditions

#HAAwards - Health Activist Hero Nominee - Tess answers hundreds of questions a year from parents, patients and teachers who are trying to better understand the symptoms and treatment of the Inattentive subtype of ADHD. Her blog offers many free tools and resources for patients suffering with the symptoms of ADHD at school and at work. Her patience, humor, expertise and kindness is much appreciated.

#HAAwards - Health Activist Hero Nominee - Tess answers hundreds of questions a year from parents, patients and teachers who are trying to better understand the symptoms and treatment of the Inattentive subtype of ADHD. Her blog offers many free tools and resources for patients suffering with the symptoms of ADHD at school and at work. Her patience, humor, expertise and kindness is much appreciated.

In grade school, increasing workloads can be hard for students to keep up with. For some kids, this is when symptoms of ADHD first become noticeable—and your child's teacher may see signs before you do.

What Teachers See: How ADHD Impacts Learning in Grade School

How you can work in education and deny that ADHD is a real thing is beyond me.

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