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    Essay On Adhd Being A Kid

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    ADHD or a kid being a kid? Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Disorder, ADHD, has become a commonly diagnosed disorder in children today. The three signs of ADHD are inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive behavior. These three signs can be commonly detected in any child; therefore, one must be able to distinguish if there is an actual cause for concern or if it’s just a child being a child. However, one must also consider that even if a child has been diagnosed with ADHD, they are still just a child that should act like any other at given times. ADHD is diagnosed into three different categories: combined type, predominantly inattentive type, and predominantly hyperactive-impulsive type. The core symptom of ADHD is inattention. This goes…

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    The topic I chose for my research paper is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). I chose this topic because I am very interested in learning about how ADHD can affect a person in different aspects of their life. Also, I am interested in learning about all the symptoms and many ways it can be treated. I would like to become more familiar with the symptoms, so I can be more aware of people in my surroundings that may have ADHD, so I relate to them better. According to National…

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    Adhd In Children Essay

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    ADHD: Recognizing, Understanding, and Diagnosing. Understanding what ADHD is. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a condition that ranges from subtle to debilitating. Children are mainly affected adult ADHD becomes more prominent. ADHD can have a significant effect on behaviours, emotions, and the ability to learn new things. ADHD is divided into three different categories, inattentive, hyperactive-impulsive, or a combination of the two. The symptoms will determine which type of…

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    ADHD: A Common Disorder

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    ADHD is a common disorder which can have the children to disturb the class by misbehaving, talking too much, and always moving around. ADHD is a mental disorder that affects children and adolescents wither their behavioral and emotional adjustment. These type of disorder overlaps with a learning disability (LD) since the students tend to have issues with either comprehension of reading, math, and writing. These correlates with the two types of ADHD which are predominantly inattentive and…

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    What is Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder and autism spectrum disorder. ADHD or Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is defined as difficulty staying focused and paying attention, difficulty controlling behavior, and hyperactivity (over-activity), whereas ASD or Autism spectrum disorder is characterized by: persistent deficits in social communication and social interaction across multiple contexts, restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, or activities. Symptoms of ASD…

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    There are 3 different types of ADHD that children and adults can be identified with. They are predominantly hyperactive-impulsive type, predominantly inattentive type, and combined type. Predominantly hyperactive-impulsive type people tend to interrupt people, take risks, squirm or fidget, talk constantly, are impatient, blurt out answers and inappropriate comments, and act out of turn without thinking about the consequences. Since, these type of people tend to act on impulse and are…

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    INTRODUCTION Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and opposition defiance disorder (ODD), separately are challenging and paired equivocates a thoroughly unrelenting challenge. ADHD affects ten percent of school age children and boys are three times more likely to be diagnosed. ODD affects one to sixteen percent of school age children, which creates a unique set of challenges for parents, children and educators alike. There are many steps to noticing and identifying symptoms for these…

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    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or better known as ADHD is a very common disease involving a person to be inattentive, hyperactive, and impulsive. People that deal with these symptoms does not mean they automatically have ADHD. People that get diagnosed most likely will experience these symptoms more frequently and it will negatively affect their everyday life. People dealing with this disease will generally miss small details, have trouble staying still, or being quiet. About 9% of…

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    is not present, can present in five different forms (Berkeley, 2014). 2.1.1. Predominately Inattentive Presentation Per the DSM-V, predominately inattentive presentation is diagnosed when children exhibit six or more symptoms of inattention. In adults, it is diagnosed when five or more symptoms are present. These symptoms must have been present for at least six months. Symptoms of the inattentive presentation of AD/HD include, among others (Roth et. al, 2015): • Becoming distracted easily •…

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    ADHD and Screening Biases for Girls Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is diagnosed in children ages 4-17 on a daily basis. In 2011 approximately 11% of children were identified as having ADHD according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s data and statistics. In the United States of America, “Boys (13.2%) were more likely than girls (5.6%) to have ever been diagnosed with ADHD (CDC). Why are girls less likely to be diagnosed than boys? Do girls not suffer from ADHD at…

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