Youth ADHD (4-17 years)

It’s normal to occasionally forget homework, daydream during class, or act without thinking. But inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity are also signs of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children and adolescents ages 4-17 years.

On this page, we’ve gathered information specifically for you – the adolescent – or the parent or professional trying to help or raise a child. Find our recommended Events, Blogs, and additional Resources to help you form and maintain your ADHD management plan.

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dad, two sons, and wife holding hands while wearing swimsuits in shallow water on a beach
dad, two sons, and wife holding hands while wearing swimsuits in shallow water on a beach