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The Ages & Stages of ADHD: Key Solutions from Childhood to Adulthood

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Most childhood development charts end at age 5, years before the average ADHD evaluation and diagnosis. Yet each following life stage — childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, and adulthood — is defined by hugely important developmental milestones, each one shaped or complicated in some way by symptoms of ADHD.

Here, find a timeline of essential skills at each phase of life, plus parallel ADHD-related challenges and expert strategies that span academics, relationships, emotions, organization, and beyond.

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