You're an individual and in the same way, there are differences within others who have ADHD.
Each person is likely to vary in the type, number, frequency and severity of their ADHD behaviour/symptoms but there are some definite commonalities.
Because ADHD is neurodevelopmental (i.e. dependent on brain development) it's not possible to make an accurate assessment until the age of five or six years. This is when the type of behaviours, often seen in those with ADHD, would be considered grossly immature for their age and a significant departure from typical neurodevelopment.
Common Symptoms of ADHD in Early Development and Childhood
POSSIBLE Early signs
MORE LIKELY TO HAVE OTHER CHALLENGES
COMMON ASSOCIATED Physical TROUBLES
Common Behaviours and Symptoms of ADHD in Adolescence
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