When we think of ADHD, we often imagine a disruptive child constantly talking and getting out of their seat. But kids don’t have to be hyperactive to have ADHD. Children with the inattentive subtype of ADHD appear distracted, forgetful, and disorganized, and their challenges interfere with their daily lives at home and in school. But because they don’t fit the stereotypes of ADHD, they’re often overlooked.

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