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ADHD Explained Using Comics

ADHD can be difficult to explain, and even harder to talk about. We're creative, friendly, and misunderstood by a lot of people. My hope is to help people with #ADHD feel understood and seen, and be able to share their experiences with others.

Does your child struggle with any of these executive functions? Find accommodations that make a difference.

Share the accommodations listed in this free checklist with your child's teacher to better address the executive functions challenges that impact learning, retention, and organization skills.

Pina✨ADHD Alien Comic on Twitter

“My totally unscientific explanation of why I quit everything I start and how everything gets too overwhelming. Bigger Version on my homepage! (Close-ups in comments) #adhd #adhs #mentalhealth #comic #tdah”

"There are 2.5 boys for every 1 girl that have been diagnosed. Yet when we look at adults it is 1 to 1 — it’s not late onset — it’s a late diagnosis."

Girls with ADHD are misunderstood and under-diagnosed compared to boys who often present more noticeable symptoms of hyperactivity or disruptive behaviour.

ADHD Hyperactive/Impulsive Type Symptoms and Behaviors

In order to be diagnosed with ADHD by a professional, the ADHD symptoms must have persisted for at least six months and have been present before the age of 12 years according to the DSM-5.

Sometimes it's incredibly difficult keeping everything together in a world not suited for us.

How much of what's going on in ADHD do we really see? Not much. Learn what's under the surface in this infographic

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“A simplified overview over the 3 diagnosable types of ADHD (including "ADD"). It’s likely that you have symptoms from across all types and not exclusively “hyperactive” or “inattentive”. Look up the DSM-V for the official symptom list!”