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Who Can Diagnose ADHD? And How Do They Do It?

Think you might have ADHD? Learn which medical professionals can diagnose it and get expert advice from psychologist Nekeshia Hammond on the evaluation process.

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The Science of ADHD: The Evolution of ADHD As a Psychological Disorder

Explore the 121-year evolution of ADHD, from early misconceptions to modern understanding and treatments, reflecting significant advances in research and societal attitudes.

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Diagnosed Late with ADHD: Adults Talk about What It Has Meant to Them

Over 366 million adults globally have ADHD. Discover their diagnosis stories, treatments, and how they manage life with ADHD. Insights and personal experiences shared.

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What I Wish You Knew: Teens and Young Adults Talk Back About ADHD

Discover insights from young people living with ADHD, as they share their challenges, coping strategies, and what they wish others understood about their diagnosis.

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Episode 57. Lisa Woodruff on Life-Long Learning and a Later-in-Life ADHD Diagnosis (Part 1)

Lisa Woodruff of Organize365® shares her ADHD diagnosis journey, pursuit of a PhD, and tips on adapting home functionality and reducing stress for 2023.

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The Differences in How Men React to Their ADHD

ADHD in men may differ in perception and response, often leading to underdiagnosis and untreated symptoms. Learn about barriers, impacts, and the importance of seeking help.

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My Assessment Showed I Don’t Have ADHD — What Next?

Assessment results suggesting you don’t have ADHD can evoke various emotions. Learn steps to manage symptoms and explore other potential causes.

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Thinking About An ADHD Diagnosis? Read This First

Discover the importance of professional ADHD diagnosis over self-diagnosis. Learn about the different types of ADHD, symptoms, and treatment options available.

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Autism and ADHD: More Alike Than Different?

Discover the overlap between ADHD and autism, their differences, and effective coping strategies for both diagnoses to better support your child.

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