Using Surveys/Questionnaires to Diagnose ADHD

Because there is not one single test for ADHD and it is typically diagnosed through a “preponderance of evidence”, many doctors and practitioners will administer one of many ADHD behavior questionnaires to determine if there is enough evidence to make a diagnosis. The surveys are often completed by the parents, teachers, and if the child…

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Dyslexia is more than just poor reading and spelling

Dyslexia is an inherited condition that makes it extremely difficult to read, write, and spell despite appropriate instruction in all these areas and at least an average ability level. While there are many signs of dyslexia that are well known, like difficulties in reading, writing, and spelling, there are many signs that are less obvious….

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