you are still having symptoms

Oh, great.
This ADHD
thing again.

You thought your ADHD symptoms were under control but they’re showing up in your work, home and relationship worlds. This is making you feel like an outcast, the person who doesn’t have their act together or the problem child who isn’t a child. Whatever you’re doing to manage your ADHD doesn’t seem to be working anymore. Darn. It. Check below for something that may help.

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IS HOME NOT FEELING VERY HOMEY THESE DAYS?

If you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD and are being treated but you’re still having symptoms at home, it may still be your ADHD. That’s not okay. There are additional things that may help. Take the test to reassess your situation and talk to your healthcare provider about treatment goals.

Are you still experiencing these symptoms at home?
  • You are often forgetful in daily activities (eg, doing chores, running errands; for older adolescents and adults, returning calls, paying bills, keeping appointments)
  • You often interrupt or have difficulty focusing during conversations (eg, complete people's sentences; can't wait for turn in conversation; mind seems elsewhere, even in absence of any obvious distraction)
  • You often have difficulty being on time for important family appointments and community, school or social activities
An estimated 76% of variation in the severity of ADHD traits is the result of genetic factors.
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It is almost impossible with two kids and a husband who also has ADHD to keep track of everything at home. And I try really hard. I try to use lists. I try to teach them to use lists.
DONNA (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)

IS WORK FEELING LIKE MORE WORK THAN USUAL?

If you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD and you’re still having symptoms at work, maybe it’s still your ADHD. Please don’t settle. There are additional things that can help. Take the assessment to reassess your situation and talk to your healthcare provider.

Are you still experiencing these symptoms on the job?
  • You often fail to pay close attention to details or make careless mistakes at work (eg, overlook or miss details, work is inaccurate)
  • You often leave your seat in situations when remaining seated is expected (eg, leave your place in the office even when situations require remaining in place)
ADHD is a medically recognized disorder.
picture of Shannon (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)
My ADHD symptoms impacted me at work so badly that I’ve had to leave jobs.
SHANNON (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)

ARE YOU STILL FEELING LIKE THE ODD MAN/WOMAN OUT?

If you’ve been diagnosed with ADHD but you’re still having symptoms in your social life, chances are your ADHD is still being your ADHD. That’s no fun for anyone. Especially you. There are additional things that can help. Take the assessment to reassess your symptoms and revisit your healthcare provider to talk about other ways that may help you manage your ADHD.

Are you still experiencing these symptoms in social settings?
  • You often talk excessively or butt into conversations
  • You have a difficulty maintaining focus during conversations and social interactions
ADHD is not about intelligence or motivation.
picture of Donna (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)
Having ADHD does not mean that you’re dumb, at all. It just means that you think differently. And you have to figure out a way to get on top of it. That’s all.
DONNA (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)
picture of Chris (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)
My ADHD used to really affect my
self-esteem because people would notice.
CHRIS (DIAGNOSED WITH ADHD)
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