Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is typically observed as difficulties maintaining attentional focus, self-regulation and weaknesses in a variety of other cognitive skills that are important for school and in everyday life. 


ADHD is associated with differences in brain anatomy and can result in deficits across a number of key skills known as executive functioning. ADHD can affect a student's working memory, emotional regulation, self-regulation, organisation, planning and their flexibility of thinking. Weaknesses in these areas are likely to negatively impact upon the learning process in the classroom.
 

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