Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Presentation (ADHD)

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A disability that many people are faced with is ADHD. ADHD is usually developed as a child and some people have it forever while others it could last until they are adults. People who have it tend to talk too much, affects their behavior, forgets or lose things, has a hard time getting along with people, and falls into temptation easily (CDC). Determining what your symptoms are can help you figure out what type of ADHD you might have. There are three different types of ADHD and they are predominantly inattentive Presentation, predominantly hyperactive-impulsive presentation, and combined type. Predominantly Inattentive Presentation is when someone has a difficult time completing a task or following directions and are too distracted to remember their daily routines. Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive Presentation is when someone is fidgety, talks a lot, can’t sit still and may injure self or others by the behavior. Combination type is when you have Predominantly Inattentive Presentation and Predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive…show more content…
I also thought that this disability was something that someone would have to live with for the rest of their lives, but now I know that if someone who has it there is a small chance that the disability sympthoms will decrease over time. I went to high school with a kid who had ADHD and I saw that it was very hard for them to get close to anyone and they had a hard time focusing while in class. There were many children in my class that had other disabilities and my school made smaller classes for all the children with disabilities they taught them the material at a slow pace and they would give them extra time on tests. When having a disability, I think the hardest thing to do is to go to school and I think that really affects a child’s development. It affects their learning, makes it hard to make friends, and some people bully children with
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