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ADHD Questionnaire

Know the Signs of ADHD.

Below are a list of symptoms that are sometimes associated with ADHD. If you are experiencing symptoms listed below, Contact Us to see if you are eligible for a Research Study for ADHD.

Signs of inattentive behavior: 
Signs of hyperactive behavior:
  • Difficulty following instructions  
  • Difficulty focusing on tasks
  • Losing things at school and at home
  • Forgetting things often
  • Becoming easily distracted or having difficulty listening
  • Lacking attention to detail, making careless mistakes or being disorganized
  • Failing to complete homework or tasks
  • Fidgeting excessively
  • Difficulty staying seated
  • Running or climbing inappropriately
  • Talking excessively
  • Difficulty playing quietly
  • Always seeming to be on the go
  • Blurting out answers or frequently interrupting
  • Having trouble waiting his or her turn
  • Interrupting or intruding on others

For more information on ADHD, follow the links below:

National Institute of Mental Health

National Mental Health Association

1228 Cedars Court, Suite 103 • Charlottesville, Virginia 22903 | Phone (434) 984-6777 • Fax (434) 296-1412

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