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Live Webinar on April 4: ADHD in Older Adults: Clinical Guidance and Implications

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Not available April 4? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.ADHD, and its presence in adults over the age of 50, has been explored in international research for the last 15 years.

While newly recognized by specialists in clinical practice, ADHD is rarely considered in the diagnostic evaluation of older adults complaining of cognitive symptoms.

This webinar will discuss the emerging research and the diagnostic process for evaluating older adults with possible ADHD and distinguishing it from other disorders.The evaluation and treatment of older adults with ADHD is unique because of coexisting psychiatric and medical illnesses that can exacerbate inattention, distractibility, and disorganization.

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