With Regards to Changing Criteria for Identifying Adhd, Professionals Have
With regards to changing criteria for identifying ADHD, professionals have commented that
A)few individuals are purely inattentive.
B)some children's symptoms are not severe enough to be considered ADHD until after they are 7.
C)the number of symptoms tends to increase with age.
D)as a person's symptoms decrease over time, their functioning is no longer significantly impaired.
According to most authorities, what is the estimate for the percentage of school-age children with ADHD?
Which of the following is a reason why ADHD was not included when the federal government began tracking the prevalence of disabilities?
A)There was a large body of research suggesting it is not a distinct disability.
B)The advocacy base for children with ADHD was not yet well-developed.
C)There was already a category for minimal brain injury.
D)The federal government put a cap on the number of disability types to be served by public schools.
Students with ADHD receive special education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)in which category?
C)emotional or behavioral disorders
D)other health impaired