Posts Tagged: ADHD

The Puzzle of Adult ADHD (And How Neuropsychology Can Help Solve It)

Do you find it extremely hard to focus?  Are you continuously distracted?  Do you have dozens of unfinished projects? Does it take you significantly longer than other people to complete tasks? Do you have debilitating procrastination habits?  Are you unusually restless, impulsive, or impatient? If you answered a resounding “YES!” to many of these questions,… Read more »

The first report card has come out and my child is struggling . . . could it be ADHD?

What is Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder? Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder that is fairly common, affecting approximately 5-7% of school aged children and 1-7% of adults worldwide. Criteria for ADHD includes pervasive problems with attention and concentration, often in combination with hyperactive and impulsive behaviors. Individuals with ADHD often have difficulties with foresight… Read more »