Research shows that ADHD looks much different in girls than in boys. So much so, that 50-75% of girls miss out on being diagnosed. And, on average, girls are diagnosed about five years later than boys.
By Dr. Julie Caplan Have you ever found yourself needing to accomplish something, yet you have zero motivation even to begin? You’re not alone! The reason behind why we’re being asked to do something can be any number of things. From the shorter-term – we need to get out of bed and go to workContinue reading “Do You Have the Spoons?”
Attention issues in children and adolescents are like a fever: they tell you something is going on but not exactly what. This is one reason why people are sometimes misdiagnosed with attentional disorders. Adding to the confusion are the actual terms that we use to talk about these attention problems. What exactly is ADHD and how is it different from ADD?
Executive functioning skills develop over the course of childhood and adolescence…