Attention Deficit Disorder – Is It A Learning Disability

When we talk of the term ’learning disability’ then what we generally mean is that it is a perceptual disability like other disabilities such as autism or visual processing disorder, or dyslexia auditory disability. It should not be treated as a learning disability. Anyone who has ADD is perfectly capable of understanding and using the […]

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Attention Deficit Disorder – Is It A Disease or Just A Phase

When you were a kid, didn’t you run about all the time for no particular cause? Didn’t you continuously turn your concentration from one thing to the other? Didn’t you have a tough time sitting motionless? Didn’t you have a tough time concentrating on one thing, for long span of time? You were a kid […]

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Attention Deficit Disorder – How It Affects Families

Attention Deficit Disorder usually comes with a lot of frustration and blame. Often the diagnosis happens late and so, the disease–related problems are often misunderstood. This may result in serious emotional and mental scars when the family tries to deal with ADD–related issues. Thus, this disorder is difficult for the diseased child, the parents and […]

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Attention Deficit Disorder – Getting Your Facts Right

With all that is written about ADHD, most of us tend to think of a bad little lad running about ruining whatever comes his way. So we often believe that we can spot the child with ADD while we are out. Well the naughty little boy is there fine, but did we ever spare a […]

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An Introduction To Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder has many manifestations and there are more than five kinds of ADHD. It is a medical condition that is carried in the genes, resulting in certain disorders in the nervous system. The DSM-IV Diagnostic Manual reports that any single form or “type” of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder could be categorized under […]

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An Introduction to Attention Deficit Disorder

One of the most wrongly diagnosed and wrongly understood neurological conditions in the world is Attention Deficit Disorder or more commonly known with its acronym of ADD. The reality is that the majority of people lacks a proper understanding of the disorder, and also would not be able to identify it if they met a […]

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Adult ADD – 5 tips for job effectiveness

For a lot of people with ADD, work life can be complex. If your operational surroundings are not ADD responsive, then you may well find yourself feeling constantly disordered and hassled out at work. Whether or not you decide to give out information about your analysis with your employer, the subsequent approaches can aid you […]

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ADHD – how to plan your child’s treatment successfully

Okay. So at the moment you have taken the action of getting your stressed out child or teenager evaluated by an expert, and he has been identified with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. The psychologist, or therapist, or physician now desires to start a healing course. But what are you supposed to know before you “sign […]

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ADD and the gift of resilience

Attention Deficit Disorder puts forth diverse tests to various people. A number of of us have the most difficulty in fixing attention and thinking, even as a few of us have a big trouble in managing feelings. No matter what your biggest problem is, there is one guaranteed way to be thriving in spite of […]

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ADD – the types of its manifestation in kids

Attention Deficit Disorder can take several forms in children. It is not difficult to track the child with ADD who is very chaotic. Boys generally come into this category. But then there are some types of ADD which go undiagnosed because their effects in children are less outwardly evident. This happens mainly in case of […]

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