* difficulty following instructions
* problems with organization
* avoidance or dislike of tasks that require mental effort * tendency to lose things like toys, notebooks, or homework * distractibility
* forgetfulness in daily activities
2. a hyperactive-impulsive type, with signs that include:
* fidgeting or squirming
* difficulty remaining seated
* excessive running or climbing
* difficulty playing quietly
* always seeming to be "on the go"
* excessive talking
* blurting out answers before hearing the full question
* difficulty waiting for a turn or in line
* problems with interrupting or intruding
3. a combined type, which involves a combination of the other two types and is the most common
A. Symptoms: impulsive, hyperactive, short attention span, trouble focusing, symptoms are present over a long period of time and occur in different settings, problems finishing tasks, disorganized, trouble following directions, easily distracted, appear forgetful or careless and frequently misplace things. 1. Explain similarities/differences of ADD and ADHD: Similarities: attention span is short, trouble controlling their behavior without medication and behavioral therapy, appear bored. Differences: ADD- attention deficit without hyperactivity and impulsiveness. ADHD- includes hyperactivity and impulsiveness. a. ex of characteristics in...