Focus on Inattentive ADHD: The Under-Diagnosed, Under-Treated Subtype (with Mary Solanto, Ph.D.)

ADHD’s three distinct subtypes were first recognized in the 1994 update to the DSM (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual), however confusion over the subtypes’ differences persists even today. This appears particularly true of the “Predominantly Inattentive” (PI) subtype, which is characterized by symptoms of distractibility, failure to complete work, forgetfulness, and disorganization. People with the predominantly inattentive ADHD — many of them women diagnosed later in life — experience the same problems paying attention that are typical of ADHD, but they face fewer of the difficulties related to impulse control seen in the Combined subtype.

In this hour-long webinar, learn about the signs, symptoms, and unique features of Inattentive ADHD from Mary Solanto, Ph.D.

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Related Resources:
1. Read: What Is Inattentive ADHD? Symptoms, Characteristics, Diagnostic Considerations

2. Free Download: Your Guide to Inattentive ADHD

3. eBook: "How the ADHD Brain Works"

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