Many people think that they’re are only two types of ADHD, Inattentive Type and Classic. The first is characterized by daydreaming and executive function struggles. The second combines the daydreaming and executive function challenges with hyperactivity and impulsivity.
While this may serve quite nicely for some of us, it confuses others because our kids seem to have something EXTRA, something more than just these basic issues.
You can find more information by Googling “7 types of ADD” but this week I want to go into some more detail and give examples of former clients (I’ll do it legally, according to HIPAA regulations).
Stay tuned this week for some interesting tidbits and strategies for parenting all 7 Types.
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