Strong evidence that heredity factors account for a large percentage of ADHS (1 out of 3) Children who have ADHD are more likely to have parents who exhibit ADHD Difficulty making friends and maintaining appropriate relationships with peers Self confidence, low self esteem, and social isolation May exhibit aggression and antisocial behaviors, be withdrawn, depressed, anxious, etc. Many parents of children with emotional disorders report their children exhibit ADHD ADHD interferes with a person's availability to learn Rating scales provide an important source of information about the student suspected of having ADHD -- evaluates the impact of ADHD on cognitive processes. Social-emotional behaviors, and impulsivity or hyperactivity. Academic underachievement is one of the most salient features of this disability They need structured and predictable learning environment where rules and expectations are
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- Spring '14