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Article published on Sep 27, 2022

ADHD Can Affect Learning And Motivation In University Students

I am starting my second year in university. I struggled last year because the courses were online. I had difficulty sitting in front of the computer to watch recorded lectures. I didn’t do any assignments until the last minute. I blamed this on Covid-19 pandemic, and online learning. I barely passed, and was put on... Read More

Article published on Apr 26, 2022

Children With Autism Can Have ADHD, Medicine Can Be Very Helpful For Them

Our younger son has Asperger Syndrome. He was diagnosed at two years of age, and had IBI which improved his interaction with others. He is very smart, but also hyperactive. In kindergarten, his teacher was concerned that he couldn’t pay attention. He is now in grade one, and he is getting worse. He cannot stay... Read More

Article published on Mar 30, 2021

It Is Much Harder To Recognize Girls With ADHD

I am worried about our ten-year-old daughter. She is a smart and happy girl; that is, until a few months ago. School was always easy for her; she was at the top of her class, until this school year. Lately, she is coming home frustrated, crying, and saying that she is stupid. Her marks are... Read More

Article published on Apr 19, 2000

Many Children With ADHD Continues Into Adults With ADHD

Six months ago, our ten-year-old son was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). At the beginning, we were reluctant to give him medication. After a few weeks of treatment, we couldn’t believe in his improvement. Instead of arguing constantly, he has become much more polite, and received the honour of “most improved student” in his... Read More