Adult ADHD Symptoms

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1. Fail to give close attention to details or make careless mistakes in my work or other activities
2. Difficulty sustaining my attention in tasks or fun activities

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Adult ADHD Symptoms

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1. Fail to give close attention to details or make careless mistakes in my work or other activities
2. Difficulty sustaining my attention in tasks or fun activities

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Adult ADHD Symptoms

Please fill out the following form to help us understand your condition.

1. Fail to give close attention to details or make careless mistakes in my work or other activities
2. Difficulty sustaining my attention in tasks or fun activities

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Adult ADHD Symptoms

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1. Fail to give close attention to details or make careless mistakes in my work or other activities
2. Difficulty sustaining my attention in tasks or fun activities
3. Don’t listen when spoken to directly
4. Don’t follow through on instructions and fail to finish work or chores.
5. Have difficulty organizing tasks and activities
6. Avoid, dislike, or am reluctant to engage in tasks that require sustained mental effort
7. Lose things necessary for tasks or activities
8. Easily distracted by extraneous stimuli or irrelevant thoughts.
9. Forgetful in daily activities
10. Fidget with hands or feet or squirm in seat
11. Leave my seat in meetings or in other situations in which remaining seated is expected
12. Shift around excessively or feel restless or hemmed in
13. Have difficulty engaging in leisure activities quietly (feel uncomfortable, or am loud or noisy)

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ADHD Symptoms as a Child

(Form 3)

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What best describes your behaviour when you were a child BETWEEN 5 AND 12 YEARS OF AGE

1. Failed to give close attention to details or make careless mistakes in my work or other activities
2. Difficulty sustaining my attention in tasks or fun activities
3. Didn’t listen when spoken to directly
4. Didn't follow through on instructions and fail to finish work or chores.
Had difficulty organising tasks or activities
6. Avoided, disliked, or reluctant to engage in tasks that require sustained mental effort
7. Lost things necessary for tasks or activities
8. Easily distracted by extraneous stimuli or irrelevant thoughts.
9. Forgetful in daily activities
10. Fidgeted with hands or feet or squirmed in seat
11. Left my seat in classroom or in other situations in which remaining seated was expected
12. Shifted around excessively or felt restless or hemmed in
13. Had difficulty engaging in leisure activities quietly (felt uncomfortable, or was loud or noisy)
14. Was “on the go” or acted as if “driven by a motor” (or felt like I had to be busy or always doing something)
15. Talked excessively (in social situations)
16. Blurted out answers before questions had been completed, completed others’ sentences, or jumped the gun
17. Had difficulty awaiting my turn
18. Interrupted or intruded on others (butted into conversations or activities without permission or took over what others were doing)