Why it's important to seek an ADHD diagnosis and treatment — even in your 60s.
Attention deficit disorder (ADD ADHD) is being diagnosed in adults in their 20s, 30s, or, in some cases, in grandparents who are in their mid-60s.
Many adults with ADHD say that they weren't even aware of the disorder until they had a child who was diagnosed. After seeing ADHD in their children, these undiagnosed adults gradually realized that they had the same signs and symptoms. Why would it be important to diagnose someone has made it through school, has a job, and has somehow managed to hang around the planet for more than a quarter of a century?
ADHD is not some monolithic diagnosis that affects ...