ADHD is a brain disorder characterized by chronic symptoms of inattention and/or hyperactivity-impulsivity.

ADHD symptoms can appear in early childhood and can continue through adolescence into adulthood. Diagnosis of ADHD requires a comprehensive evaluation by a licensed clinician, such as a pediatrician, psychologist, or psychiatrist with expertise in ADHD.

Contents:

  1. Articles/Fact Sheets
  2. Videos

1. Articles/Fact Sheets:

ADHD in Children
This article discusses what ADHD looks like in children including symptoms and behaviors. It provides tips for how to help support a child with ADHD. 

I’m Concerned My Child Might Have Learning and Attention Issues. Now What?
This article lists different steps parents can take if they are concerned their child may have ADHD. 

ADHD Parenting Tips
This article discusses how parents can help their child or teen with ADHD and help their family manage more effectively.

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): The Basics
This article gives an overview of ADHD including signs & symptoms and offers some suggestions for intervention and/or treatment to help manage symptoms.

ADHD in Adults
This article discusses what ADHD may look like in adults including signs/symptoms and what adults can do to help manage ADHD symptoms.

What We've Learned About ADHD
This article provides practical answers to common questions about ADHD and addresses many misconceptions about this disorder.


2. Videos:

Not Just Living but Thriving with ADHD
Angela Aguirre, poet, teacher, and advocate, shares her story of being diagnosed with ADHD and how she has thrived in her life by perseverance, asking for help, and utilizing strategies to help her accomplish her goals.

Failing at Normal: An ADHD Success Story
Jessica McCabe, an American actress, writer, and YouTube personality, discusses the neurodevelopmental causes, signs/symptoms, brain functioning, and facts of ADHD.

ADHD Sucks, But Not Really
Salif Mahamane, a doctoral student in Experimental and Applied Psychological Program at USU, explains some of the benefits of ADHD, and encourages individuals to be open and supportive of the differences of an ADHD brain and individuals with ADHD.