Having ADHD means that you pay attention in a different way to how people without ADHD do.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common problem that results in a wide range of difficulties for both children and adults.
A person with ADHD can become easily irritated or distracted by noise, forget what they are doing, drift off in the middle of a conversation; and is often accused of talking excessively and/or blurting things out.
There are some practical and simple changes you can make to your lifestyle to make living with ADHD or living with someone with ADHD less challenging.
This week celebrates Dyslexia Empowerment Week 2016 and it’s great to be able to share some of the latest research about new treatments for dyslexia.