What Is Complex ADHD? Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment
ADHD rarely occurs in isolation. Most children and adults with ADHD have one or more co-occurring conditions, which almost always impact treatment and outcomes. “Complex ADHD” is a relatively new term that reflects this phenomenon. Here, learn more about complex ADHD, including how it is diagnosed, and how clinicians should approach treatment.
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I’m curious to know why Autism is not mentioned in the article, as there is quite a high co-morbidity between ADHD and Autism.
The phrase “complex ADHD” represents a shift in our knowledge of the disease, its breadth, and its frequent co-occurrence with one or more psychiatric, learning, or other neurodevelopmental problems.