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There is also some information on ADHD in adults. and what options are available to you for managing symptoms. child to a Specialist, such as a Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Paediatrician or mental health services .
Early diagnosis of ADHD is important so the right support can be received. Your doctor will usually refer you to a psychiatrist, psychologist or paediatrician for In adults, information from an external source, such as a parent or sibling will.
Education for the person with ADHD (child or adult), in addition to their families the individual and/or the family living with and coping with the effects of ADHD.
Was your child with ADHD assessed and diagnosed by a paediatrician? neuro -psychological and familial characteristics of ADHD, in adolescents and adults.