Not available November 30? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.ADHD may be hereditary, but emerging research suggests environmental factors and experiences can affect a child’s development and behavior in ways that may last a lifetime —or may be reversible.
We know that exposure to stress, adversity, and trauma as well as many other environmental exposures, affect how genes are influenced, or expressed.
We also know that these environmental factors can affect the developing brain and make learning and behavior challenges associated with ADHD worse during the early and middle years of childhood.These findings provide clues to maximize children’s health from before birth into childhood.Read more on additudemag.com