ADHD, TikTok and the cost of being diagnosed in adulthood

 ADHD in the News 2021-09-16

Now, a trend on TikTok is helping women to recognise their symptoms, and get a formal diagnosis. But being diagnosed much later in life means they may have to pay more for medications only listed on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme for people diagnosed as children. Guest: Dr Maddi Derrick, clinical psychologist, director of a specialist ADHD clinic in Hobart who also lives with ADHD [podcast]