Is ADHD considered neurodivergent?

ADHD is considered a neurodivergent condition. This means that it is a neurological difference that affects how a person thinks, learns, and behaves. Consider neurodivergence as a spectrum with different levels of severity. ADHD falls somewhere on this spectrum. Some people with ADHD have mild symptoms, while others have more severe symptoms that significantly impact their daily life. However, all levels of severity are valid and should be respected.

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