ADHD In Children

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Watching time 06:40 minutes | CW//ADHD This film contains sensitive material about ADHD and is not suitable for children under 16. Our films all discuss children’s mental health which is a sensitive subject for some. If you need to take a break and come back later to watch with a friend please do.With all our films we provide support links on our ‘Where to go for help page’: /

00:00 ADHD – typical characteristics in children
00:26 Symptoms and the Diagnosis of ADHD
00:43 How common is ADHD in children?
01:14 Difficulty paying attention in class or at home
01:40 Overactive or hyperactive children with ADHD
02:10 Risk-Taking & ADHD
02:24 Tantrums & Conduct disorders
02:39 Possible co-occurring learning difficulties with ADHD
03:03 Anxiety & Depression can be overlooked
03:18 Schools and Parenting
03:40 Why does my child have ADHD?
04:17 How could ADHD impact my child?
05:05 Strategies to support children with ADHD
05:20 What teachers can do to support children with ADHD
05:59 Who can I talk to about ADHD?

A child with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) can experience problems with overactivity, impulsivity and risk-taking. It can mean a child is disruptive, can make a real difference to their progress in school and impact their relationships with their peers, friends, family and teachers.
This film explains how to identify and help a child showing the symptoms of ADHD.

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Perhaps you’re a parent whose child lives with ADHD? We have more films for you in our Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in young children Playlist
/>These films range from how teachers and carers can help support children who may be experiencing ADHD to hearing from families’ first-hand experiences.

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