ADHD - 1 Tyler James Matney Psychology 101 Ms Keener...

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1 Tyler James Matney Psychology 101 November 12, 2009 Ms. Keener Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Imagine an illness that can keep you from being normal in a social setting, an illness that can keep children from excelling in school to their proper requirements, an illness that can hurt someone’s career. ADHD is a mental illness that is affecting millions of people by disabling their ability to perform simple everyday task as easy as they should be. A lot of children are affected by this disorder causing problems at home, school, and even during play-time activities. Childhood ADHD is diagnosed after a child has shown 6 or more specific symptoms over a time span of 6 months in at least two settings (usually home or school). Symptoms include children who are in constant motion, squirm and fidget, do not seem to listen, have difficulty playing quietly, often talk excessively, interrupt or intrude on others, are easily distracted, and have difficulty finishing tasks. ADHD in children is usually discovered by the child’s teacher
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