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“Where Is the Help for Gifted Kids with ADHD?”

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twice exceptional,” or 2e. He’s highly intelligent and has another learning challenge. That challenge could be autism, OCD, dyslexia, or a learning disability, but for my child it is ADHD.My child’s giftedness is what made his ADHD incredibly difficult to see – and acknowledge.The apparent signs of giftedness actually overlap in many places with the symptoms of ADHD.

Complicating matters further is the fact that stereotypical symptoms of ADHD — like difficulty focusing, impulsivity, and fidgeting — don’t exactly apply to my child.

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