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Professor Bob
BIOGRAPHY:

Special Need: Schizophrenia, ADHD, Stutters, Genius

Best Friend: Mr. Jekyll and Mr. Long John

Birthday: December 16

Hobbies: Math & Physics

Favorite Movie: Nosferatu The Vampire

Favorite Vacation Spot: Basement of “Rays Assited Living Center”

Favorite Quote: “A lack of understanding is basis of all fears”

ABOUT THE SPECIAL NEED:

 

NAME OF CONDITION: Attention Deficit  Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

THE NUMBER OF CHILDREN/PEOPLE AFFECTED: Close to 6.5 million children between the ages of 4-17 have been diagnosed with attention deficit disorder.

DESCRIPTION OF DISEASE: ADHD is a mental disorder that most often occurs in children. Symptoms of ADHD include trouble concentrating, paying attention, staying organized, and remembering details.

 

ADHD can be a difficult condition to diagnose. Children with untreated ADHD are sometimes mislabeled as troublemakers or problem children. Make sure you know the basic facts and symptoms of ADHD.

 

Treatment:

It can be a difficult condition to diagnose. Children with untreated ADHD are sometimes mislabeled as troublemakers or problem children. Make sure you know the basic facts and symptoms of ADHD.