A neurodivergent person can have one or more ways in which their brain functions outside the "typical" way. For example, neurodivergent people may be diagnosed with ADHD, OCD, Autism, Dyspraxia, Dyslexia, etc.. Historically these conditions were considered problematic. Through recent and ongoing education and advocacy, strides are being made to understand neurodiversity. We now have better and more appropriate way of addressing individual’s needs.
ADHD often appears as inattentiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. ADHD symptoms can interfere with work, school, household tasks, and relationships. Managing the condition can be a challenge for both children and adults but fortunately there are highly effective treatments, and individuals affected by ADHD can learn coping skills and harness their talents.