Research Study on Young Adults with ADHD in the Workplace

RESEARCH RESULTS:  YOUNG ADULTS WITH ADHD

Research Study on Young Adults with ADHD in the Workplace is Complete.

The surprising results will be published later in 2013 but are available upon request. Upon request, presentations are being made to local CHADD chapters, ADDA and other ADHD organizations, universities and colleges, and to organizations that employ young adults.

Please contact Barbara A. Mather to discuss a review the results of the recent research study of young working adults with ADHD in the workplace.  The audience for this information ranges from those in management, human resources professionals, medical and psychological professionals, coaches, parents, and educators.

RESEARCH SUBJECT: Challenging Work Experiences of Young Adults with ADHD
With Work Experience in a Structured Work Environment

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4 Responses to Research Study on Young Adults with ADHD in the Workplace

  1. Hector Bozzi says:

    Academic difficulties are also frequent. The symptoms are especially difficult to define because it is hard to draw a line at where normal levels of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity end and clinically significant levels requiring intervention begin. To be diagnosed with ADHD, symptoms must be observed in two different settings for six months or more and to a degree that is greater than other children of the same age.

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