Often adolescence brings on a whole new set of issues, concerns and problems for the teen with ADD/ADHD. Up to 80% of children with ADHD will continue to display symptoms into adolescence and young adulthood. Adolescents are at higher risk for teen pregnancy, sexually transmitted diseases and driving problems. The adolescent with ADD/ADHD often develops co-morbid psychiatric diagnoses such as depression and anxiety disorders.
The staff at ADD Solutions of NJ has the solutions to address the unique issues that develop in adolescents. For those who need special accommodations in college a neuropsychological evaluation is critical for determining the appropriate accommodations and documenting strengths and weaknesses for the school.