UK children experiencing chronic delays in ADHD diagnosis
Nearly a third (28 percent) of children with ADHD can wait two or more years before receiving a diagnosis, while 51 percent of cases experienced a lack of recognition for ADHD as a real condition from those on the front lines of helping children, including GPs, specialists and school staff, according to the Shire-funded report, A Lifetime Lost, or A Lifetime Saved.
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