In 2019, 8.8% of children ages 4-17 had Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. That shouldn’t come as a surprise considering ADHD is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders. Getting an ADHD diagnosis can be a challenge. From difficulty staying focused to being impulsive at times, it can be hard to manage ADHD in the workplace.
Maybe you work better with headphones to maintain focus, but your boss frequently interrupts. Or you might want extra time to complete assignments but don’t know how to communicate with your manager. Don’t worry— we’ve come up with a few ways you can make work less difficult while living with ADHD.
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