ADHD is the most under-recognized psychiatric disorder in Canada, which is especially unfortunate because it's also the most treatable.
ADHD is a complex disorder that impacts individuals across the lifespan:
One million Canadians are affected by ADHD, including children, adolescents, and adults. In adults, it remains largely undiagnosed.
ADHD impacts almost all areas of a person’s life.
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Myth :I don’t have all the symptoms of ADHD, so I can’t have it.
Fact :You don’t have to display all the symptoms of ADHD in order to be diagnosed with it. For example, some people have the “inattentive” type of ADHD and may not show many signs of hyperactivity. Only a trained professional can determine whether or not you have ADHD.