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How ADHD manifests differently in girls
Just because your daughter doesn't "act out" in school doesn't mean she doesn't have attention struggles. While boys' ADHD symptoms tend to be more "external," girls' symptoms tend to be more "internal." Check out this handy infographic about ADHD:
Speaking of ADHD ...
Over a six-year period, 5,416 children and adults (mean age 12.3) diagnosed with ADHD went through LearningRx programs. The cognitive performance of these clients was measured before and after brain training, and the largest gains were seen in IQ, auditory processing, long-term memory, and broad attention. After LearningRx brain training, IQ scores improved by an average of 15 standard points, and broad attention skills improved an average of 24 percentile points. Want more proof that your child's brain function can improve? Read the full article with 10 scientific resources to give you hope: