Definition of ADHD-ADD

ADHD-ADD definition reflects as a range of difficulty in
focusing on any one subject. There may be hyper
focus, which is ADHD that involves switching from
subject to subject and ADD, which involves a lack of
focus on any subject. ADHD-ADD often includes a gap
in emotional maturity, albeit each person on the
spectrum of ADHD-ADD must defined by their specific
learning issues and level of maturity that may or may
not include some or most of the characteristics of
people with ADHD-ADD.

Prognosis for dyslexia and ADHD vary as do many
other diagnoses; dyslexia and ADHD-ADD differ based
on their severity, complexity, and level of support in
addressing educational issues that are associated with
ADHD-ADD and dyslexia. People who receive tutoring
or life coaching by educators who have specialized
training in educating students with related learning
gaps are far more likely to work past their impediments
in academics and real world application of such
scholastic material.

People range in severity and issues that are
associated with dyslexia and ADHD-ADD; some
struggle to maintain employment in entry level jobs,
while others may be the best in the most competitive
work fields.
John Toker, M.Ed. LD K-12, M.A. defined ADHD-ADD,
below, and has more information about as it relates to
ADHD-ADD diagnoses and a multitude of other learning
issues at:
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