The CADDRA guidelines: psychosocial interventions – a practical resource
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a chronic neurobiological disorder that affects all aspects of an individual’s daily life across the lifespan, including social functioning (interpersonal relationships, marriage and family life), emotional functioning (increased risk for secondary mood and anxiety disorders), academic and employment-related functioning (higher rates of academic failure and unemployment), and physical health (sleep patterns, eating habits, exercise, and accident and illness rates).
ADHD in practice 2011; 3(4): 8–12
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