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Inattentive ADHD in Children: Symptoms, Solutions, and Insights

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  • Product Description

    With 170+ pages of ADHD expert information and advice, Inattentive ADHD in Children: Symptoms, Solutions, and Insights for the Underdiagnosed, Undertreated Subtype is your must-have resource for helping your child understand — and thrive — with inattentive ADHD.

    Children with inattentive ADHD often lack symptoms of external hyperactivity. They may be considered daydreamers or appear disinterested and disorganized. Sometimes these individuals make “careless” mistakes because they have difficulty sustaining focus, following detailed instructions, and organizing tasks and activities. Because of this, inattentive ADHD often complicates school, friendships, and daily tasks.

    This eBook is here to help, providing ADHD-friendly tips from ADDitude editors, readers, and experts. You’ll learn:

    • What inattentive ADHD is, and if a child manifests symptoms of inattention
    • Hacks to help children stay focused and motivated
    • Guidelines for finding an ADHD doctor
    • Homework solutions and tips to get things done
    • Strategies to distinguish a learning difference from inattentive ADHD
    • Expert advice for building confidence in children
    • Why science has paid little attention to female manifestations and impairments, and how to change this
    • What it feels like for a child to live with inattentive ADHD
    • And much more!

    PLEASE NOTE: This eBook is a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.

  • Full Product Description

    With 170+ pages of essential information and strategies, Inattentive ADHD in Children: Symptoms, Solutions, and Insights for the Underdiagnosed, Undertreated Subtype is your must-have resource for understanding — and helping your child thrive with — inattentive ADHD. You’ll learn misunderstood symptoms of inattentive ADHD, key distinctions from ADHD’s other subtypes and comorbid conditions, plus treatment details. Expert advice and resources span the following:

    • Self-tests to gauge symptoms of inattentive ADHD
    • Inattentive ADHD diagnosis and treatment essentials
    • Strategies to distinguish inattentive ADHD from learning differences
    • Tips and tricks to help children become more productive, motivated, and focused
    • Ways to build confidence in children with inattentive ADHD
    • Why science has paid little attention to female manifestations and impairments, and how to change this
    • What it feels like for children to live with inattentive ADHD with examples of daily challenges and resilience
    • And much more!

    Above all you’ll understand inattentive ADHD and how to help your children successfully manage its symptoms — leading to a more fulfilled life.


    7-PART GUIDE TO INATTENTIVE ADHD in CHILDREN

    This comprehensive report includes everything from ways to manage symptoms of inattention to how to find the right treatment. Chapters include:

    • WHAT IS INATTENTIVE ADHD?

      • Learn why inattentive ADHD is a “not-so-new name” for ADD, the condition’s distinctive characteristics, diagnostic and treatment considerations, and how inattentive ADHD differs from hyperactive-impulsive ADHD.
    • WHAT LIVING WITH INATTENTIVE ADHD FEELS LIKE

      • Give children the self-test for inattentive ADHD. Learn about commonly misinterpreted ADHD symptoms in children, and read accounts of living with inattentive ADHD.
    • TREATMENT OPTIONS FOR CHILDREN WITH INATTENTIVE ADHD

      • How to determine the most effective treatment plan for your child, explore treatment options, and ensure treatment success.
    • HOW INATTENTIVE ADHD RESEMBLES LEARNING DIFFERENCES

      • Take the self-test to see if your child has a learning difference. Learn why learning disorders resemble inattentive ADHD; and how to get an accurate diagnosis.
    • WHY GIRLS WITH INATTENTIVE ADHD ARE ROUTINELY DISMISSED, UNDERDIAGNOSED, or MISDIAGNOSED

      • Why female symptoms slip through diagnostic cracks, how gender bias contributes to missed or dismissed diagnoses, and what researchers can do about it, as well as a symptom checklist for girls, and advice for evaluating clinicians.
    • STRATEGIES TO HELP CHILDREN WITH INATTENTIVE ADHD

      • Use this system designed specifically for children with inattentive ADHD to help them maintain focus, stop procrastinating, and stay motivated.
    • HOW TO SUPPORT YOUR CHILD WITH INATTENTIVE ADHD + ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

      • Parenting tips; book recommendations, online support groups, directories, and organizations to learn more about the condition.

    Inattentive ADHD in Children: Symptoms, Solutions, and Insights for the Underdiagnosed, Undertreated Subtype

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    The full report has even more expert advice, self-tests, and tips on motivation, resilience, focus, and procrastination from ADDitude!

    PLEASE NOTE: This eBook is a downloadable PDF; it does not ship.

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