By Noreen Ryan
Creation : surroundings the scene -- what's ADHD, and what's now not? -- Diagnostic frameworks and ADHD -- review and prognosis -- What are the prices of ADHD? -- significant psychological illnesses and ADHD -- What do youngsters, teens and households let us know approximately residing with ADHD? -- therapy and administration ideas -- provider provision and care pathways -- School-based interventions for ADHD -- Adults with ADHD -- Nurse prescribing and ADHD -- sturdy perform and the criminal framework
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2002). We have heard that symptoms of hyperactivity, impulsivity and inattention exist on a continuum and range from being mild to extremely severe. ADHD affects each child and their family in its unique way. The symptoms vary in the severity with which they impact on the child and their family and social system. Many children experience symptoms without being adversely affected, whilst others become seriously debilitated. Recognised diagnostic criteria require that, in addition to a clinically recognisable set of symptoms or behaviours, a child must show distress or substantial interference with functioning for a diagnosis of ADHD to be made.
2001; Voeller 2004; Salmon 2005). Adoption studies have shown that the adoptive relatives of children with ADHD are less likely than their biological relatives to have ADHD or associated disorders (Thapar et al. 1999; Sprich et al. 2000). Further studies have highlighted a strong heritable component with hyperactivity and impulsivity and chronic antisocial behaviour persisting into adulthood (Hawkins et al. 1998; Farrington 2007; Thapar et al. 2007). Despite a number of contradictory findings, genetic links, particularly with the neurotransmitter chemical dopamine receptors D4 and D5 have been studied and replicated widely (Swanson et al.
Davis goes further to argue that the medical discourse has enabled medical professions and drug companies to monopolise resources and create a culture of dependency (Davis 2007). Some 16 Nursing Children and Young People with ADHD even purport that ADHD has been invented in order to boost drug sales for the pharmaceutical industry (Charatan 2000). This has led to a popular belief that ADHD is overdiagnosed and too many children take medication for no good reason (McCubbin and Cohen 1997; Carey and Diller 2001; Timimi and Radcliffe 2005).