ADHD is a lifelong disorder. Sure, the symptoms can change with age, but
for many people the disorder can continue to create great difficulty
when it’s not treated. Many people with undiagnosed and untreated
ADHD encounter formidable obstacles at home, in relationships, and in
There is good news, however: Help is
available. If you’re new to ADHD and CHADD, here are some steps
you can take to begin to address this serious but highly treatable
Once you have taken some of the basic
steps, you’ll find that the websites of CHADD and the National Resource Center on
AD|HD are full of information that will continue to improve
your life well after the diagnosis. We invite you to continue to visit
our sites. We’re here for you every step of the way.
Congratulations on all the progress you’re making!
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Adult ADHD - Continuity of the Disorder -The existence of ADHD as a clinically
impairing condition throughout the
human lifespan is irrefutable.