07.Aug.2015 Dealing with ADHD at work

According to health experts, ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is the most common behavioural disorder that starts during childhood. However, it does not only affect children – people of all ages can suffer from ADHD. While according to psychiatrists, ADHD is a neurobehavioral developmental disorder.

Perth Business NewsA person who suffers from ADHD finds distractions as his or her number one enemies; focusing on something without being distracted is extremely difficult. Compared to normal individual, an ADHD patient has greater difficulty in controlling what he is doing or saying and is less able to control how much physical activity is appropriate for a particular situation.

ADHD is truly a serious problem during school years. But after a patient graduates from school and he goes to work, this disorder becomes worse. If someone is impacted by ADHD, there is no magic pill that suddenly causes ADHD symptoms to stop interfering with their daily functioning, effectiveness and abilities.

James Adonis is one of Australia’s most popular people-management thinkers. In his article posted at WA Today, James teaches some important tips on how deal with ADHD at workplace.

If you want to find out more about dealing with ADHD at work, you can check out James’ post here: http://www.watoday.com.au/small-business/managing/work-in-progress/dealing-with-adhd-at-work-20150730-ginzmq.html

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