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“What Does ADHD Look Like? In My Family, It Depends on Who You Ask.”

dispelling ADHD misconceptions, shouting about the importance of early diagnosis and intervention, helping families accept the diagnosis without shame — these are my life’s goals.ADHD, however, isn’t a cookie-cutter condition.

No two people face the exact same challenges. There are common threads that may weave through each individual’s symptoms, but the presentation is as unique as each personality.

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