Getting along with others. Children with ADHD are
often unpopular with their peers and have problems with parents, siblings, and
teachers. They may make friends easily but have a hard time keeping
Working to their full potential in school. Children with
ADHD may have difficulties with reading, spelling, and/or doing math problems.
They may have trouble organizing work, memorizing, and writing. They often
forget or lose their homework.
Sleeping and adjusting to changes in
routines. They may have trouble with routines such as getting up in the
morning, putting on shoes, or going to bed.
Some children have problems with tasks that require coordination of their hands
and eyes, such as tying their shoes, coloring, and riding a bicycle.
Primary Medical Reviewer
Adam Husney, MD - Family Medicine
Specialist Medical Reviewer
Louis Pellegrino, MD - Developmental Pediatrics
February 2, 2012
WebMD Medical Reference from Healthwise
February 02, 2012
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