Complications of ADHD

Like any health condition, ADHD can have its complications. These complications can begin with troubles in the classroom, but can also include a likelihood of accidents and injuries, trouble interacting with peers, and a disposition to alcohol or drug use. However, with the right treatment and careful attention, children and adults with ADHD can live full, healthy lives. 

Read the articles below to learn more. 

Complications of ADHD

The Benefits of ADHD

ADHD has its benefits as well. Numerous people with ADHD have influenced society with their leadership, creativity, and more.

How to Prepare Your Child for Standardized Testing

Standardized testing can be a problem for children with ADHD, but with the right preparation, most issues can be avoided.

Creating Schedules, Eliminating Distractions, and Preparing for College

Routines, organization, and eliminating distractions can all help your ADHD child navigate through school and be prepared for college.

Know Your Child's Rights: Section 504 and IEP

Wondering how to get the most out of your child's classroom? Learn about 504s, IEP, and other rights afforded to your child.

High School and ADHD: Facing Academic and Social Challenges

Every parent wants their child to succeed. Learn how you can help your teen navigate the social and academic challenges that come with ADHD and high school.

Bullying, Anger, and Other Social Issues for Children with ADHD

Learn how to help your teen navigate the difficulties of high school, including bullying, anger issues, and other important social events.

Do Test Tube Babies Become ADHD Kids?

Research is exploring whether children conceived through in vitro fertilization are more likely to have ADHD.

Is ADHD a Sleep Disorder?

There's some discussion whether lost sleep creates ADHD symptoms or ADHD symptoms make it difficult to sleep.

Long-Term Complications of ADHD

Children with ADHD become adults with ADHD. Learn about long-term complications of ADHD and how to mitigate them.

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