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Week (#7): (Assssing and Diognosing Patient with Bipolar and ADHD)Case Study of a Patient from Clinical ExperienceAttention deficit deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) and bipolar disorder is the two diognis that are common to many of the patients encountered in the course of the practicum experience. ADHD is a chronic condition with clinical manifestation of attention difficulty, hyperactive and impulsiveness (Sukmajaya e al, 2012). The condition often begins in childhood and can continue to aldulthood. Individuals with ADHD often experience low self-esteem, trouble with relationship and difficulty focusing and completing task. Bipolar is associated with