Watch Now: ADHD – Different in Girls, Different in Women
What You’ll Learn:
- Females often internalize ADHD symptoms, making it harder for clinicians to get a complete picture of suspected ADHD symptomatology.
- Women and girls with ADHD adopt masking as a coping mechanism to hide their hyperactivity through subtler movements, such as foot-tapping and fidgeting.
- Clinicians relying on rating scales and clinical interviews alone miss out on the benefits of objective data that can lead to more confidence in their diagnostic decisions.
Learn how objective measures can help reduce gender bias in ADHD evaluations. Schedule an introductory call with one of our clinical specialists.