ADHD in Teenagers Directory
Teenagers with ADHD face special challenges. ADHD can increase the risks of driving, and teens with ADHD may engage in riskier behaviors than others their age. Transferring study skills from grade school to the higher demands of high school can be tricky. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of ADHD in teens, how parents can help their teenagers, and more.
ADHD in Teens
ADHD is the most common behavior disorder in childhood. WebMD explains ADHD in teens, including its symptoms and treatment and offers advice on how parents can help adolescents learn to manage their ADHD symptoms.
ADHD: How to Help Your Child Succeed at School
School can be especially hard for children with ADHD. There are ways you can help make things a bit easier for a child in your life.
Teens and Tweens: ADHD and Time-Management Skills
Tips for parents to help teach time management skills to teens and tweens with ADHD.
Tips and Tricks for Parenting Children With ADHD
Find out how to help your child with ADHD learn to tackle tasks.
What risky behaviors are teens with ADHD prone to?
ADHD is linked to risky behavior in teens. Here’s what to do if your child’s having trouble.
Teens and ADHD: It Doesn't Have to Be So Hard
The teen years are already hard. If your teen has ADHD, they can be even harder. Learn how to help him get through those tough years with ease.
Understanding and Managing Risky Behavior in Kids with ADHD
Are kids with ADHD more prone to risky behaviors? If so, find out how to manage it.
Teens, Driving, and ADHD: What Parents Should Know
Learning to drive may be more challenging for teens who have ADHD. This article lets their parents know how to help and what rules to set.
Slideshows & Images
Better Study Habits for ADHD Kids
Does your child constantly lose his homework? WebMD's slideshow can help kids with ADHD to feel more organized and get their assignments done on time.
Celebrities With ADD/ADHD
Which celebrities have ADD or ADHD? WebMD shows you pictures. Plus, find out how they manage their symptoms.