ADHD is just as common in girls as it is in boys. So why are girls diagnosed less often? And why do signs of ADHD in girls tend to get overlooked? In this episode, hosts Amanda Morin and Bob Cunningham hear from parents who initially missed signs of ADHD in their daughters.
They also hear from a fellow Understood team member about being diagnosed with ADHD when she was 30 — and how it changed her perception of herself.
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