Many children with ADHD exhibit difficulties in peer relationships due to impulsivity, hyperactivity, and aggression. Lack of practice with social skills in the early years can make it difficult to establish new friendships during the teen years. The behaviors that parents and teachers view as frustrating or annoying are the very behaviors that trigger anxiety and low self-esteem in teens with ADHD. While there are certainly risks for teens with ADHD is they move through adolescence and into young adulthood, many teens do go on to become productive and successful adults. ADHD is associated with poor grades, poor reading and math standardized tests scores, increased rates of grade retention, detention, and expulsion, and lower high school graduation rates. One of our 3-minute Self-Assessments may help identify if you or your child could benefit from further diagnosis and treatment.
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