A child with ADHD may have difficulty sustaining attention in tasks or play activities. They may also appear not to be listening when spoken to directly.
A child with ADHD may fidget or squirm in their seat, or they may run or climb excessively in inappropriate situations. They may also have difficulty remaining still for long periods of time.
A child with ADHD may act without thinking, or they may blurt out answers to questions before hearing the entire question. They may also have difficulty waiting their turn or taking turns in activities.
A child with ADHD may have difficulty completing tasks or may be easily distracted. They may also lose things frequently or have difficulty following instructions.
A child with ADHD may be constantly on the go, or they may have difficulty sleeping. They may also be easily agitated or have difficulty focusing on one task for an extended period of time.