Students all across the world are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, commonly known ADHD. Many people don’t know how it feels to have it; parents don’t understand how difficult it can be for a child to have ADHD.
It is important for people to be aware of this issue because many think it’s fake or used as an excuse to be hyper, or not do classwork.
Those children struggle everyday to concentrate in school ... I myself know how they feel.
I love reading about other people’s ADHD life hacks. It’s a great way to gather ideas to experiment with.
However, with so many tips and tricks out there, working out which life hacks might work for you personally can be very challenging.
For example, many individuals with ADHD become overwhelmed with the sheer volume of suggestions offered to them … (and we all know overwhelm can be a trigger for procrastination or make us want to give up altogether).
STARTING 14th February 2018
A practical and positive course, delivered by a professional team, for parents of children aged 5-12 diagnosed with ADHD. Using ideas and footage from the Parents Plus programme, it offers parents the opportunity to meet and support each other in enhancing their relationship with their child, preventing and dealing with the behavioural difficulties which so often accompany ADHD.
Commencing Wed evening 14th February for 6 weeks
THE Voice UK judge Will.i.am has opened up about living with ADHD, but what is the disorder?
Will.i.am has candidly spoken about suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder as an adult, but reveals he sees it as a gift.
Great article in today's Irish Times Health Supplement on getting an ADHD Diagnosis as an adult!
As a mature student at UCC, John Doyle is all too aware of the challenges that face him, now that he has been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But the Tralee-born first-year student, who also works as a theatre director in Cork, doesn’t see his condition as a disorder.