ADHD Symptoms in Adults: Signs of Attention Deficit After 60

Does ADHD go away with age? No – but ADD symptoms do evolve. Research suggests that adults with ADHD experience unique and evolving symptoms that are commonly mistaken for — and overlap with — normal signs of aging.

Misdiagnosis and mismanaged treatment after age 60 are serious problems, says Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D. In this video, learn about the most common ADHD-related challenges faced by adults with the condition.

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