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Here are the resources we found for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder for young people:

ADHD

People who suffer from ADHD can be very funny, good at sports and loving – however they can also be a big challenge. Children and young people with ADHD can often be a big challenge for their parents, siblings at home, teachers, friends at school, college or work. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information about the symptoms of ADHD.

Learning Difficulties

Learning difficulties are usually specific problems that affect our ability to learn but do not necessarily have a significant overall effect on our intelligence. Learning difficulties are usually associated with specific parts of the brain that might function a bit differently. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains top tips for living with a learning difficulty.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a group of behavioural symptoms that include inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. This webpage from NHS Choices explores a variety of topics including; symptoms of ADHD, causes of ADHD, diagnosis and treatment and finally, living with ADHD.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder – or ADHD – is thought to be caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain that affects attention, concentration and impulsivity. This webpage from the Mental Health Foundation discusses the topic of ADHD covering topics such as; the signs and symptoms of ADHD, the causes, medication for ADHD and whether people ever grow out of ADHD.

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What ADHD Feels Like

This video showcases adults with ADHD explaining what their ADHD is like to them and what treatment they use for their ADHD. This video is a wonderful look into the lives of people with ADHD.

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Talking about Mental Health

This booklet from Together looks at different ways types of mental distress can be described. It shows that many mental health conditions are described in very different ways by different groups of people – such as doctors, people in other parts of the world, and those who experience them.

ADHD

People who suffer from ADHD can be very funny, good at sports and loving – however they can also be a big challenge. Children and young people with ADHD can often be a big challenge for their parents, siblings at home, teachers, friends at school, college or work. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information about the symptoms of ADHD.

Learning Difficulties

Learning difficulties are usually specific problems that affect our ability to learn but do not necessarily have a significant overall effect on our intelligence. Learning difficulties are usually associated with specific parts of the brain that might function a bit differently. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains top tips for living with a learning difficulty.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a group of behavioural symptoms that include inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. This webpage from NHS Choices explores a variety of topics including; symptoms of ADHD, causes of ADHD, diagnosis and treatment and finally, living with ADHD.

Video

What ADHD Feels Like

This video showcases adults with ADHD explaining what their ADHD is like to them and what treatment they use for their ADHD. This video is a wonderful look into the lives of people with ADHD.

Download

Talking about Mental Health

This booklet from Together looks at different ways types of mental distress can be described. It shows that many mental health conditions are described in very different ways by different groups of people – such as doctors, people in other parts of the world, and those who experience them.

Video

What ADHD Feels Like

This video showcases adults with ADHD explaining what their ADHD is like to them and what treatment they use for their ADHD. This video is a wonderful look into the lives of people with ADHD.

ADHD

People who suffer from ADHD can be very funny, good at sports and loving – however they can also be a big challenge. Children and young people with ADHD can often be a big challenge for their parents, siblings at home, teachers, friends at school, college or work. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains information about the symptoms of ADHD.

Learning Difficulties

Learning difficulties are usually specific problems that affect our ability to learn but do not necessarily have a significant overall effect on our intelligence. Learning difficulties are usually associated with specific parts of the brain that might function a bit differently. This webpage from The Children’s Society contains top tips for living with a learning difficulty.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a group of behavioural symptoms that include inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. This webpage from NHS Choices explores a variety of topics including; symptoms of ADHD, causes of ADHD, diagnosis and treatment and finally, living with ADHD.

Download

Talking about Mental Health

This booklet from Together looks at different ways types of mental distress can be described. It shows that many mental health conditions are described in very different ways by different groups of people – such as doctors, people in other parts of the world, and those who experience them.