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ADHD diagnoses are increasing, but the condition remains under-resourced and under-supported.

Suzannah Lyons
Senior Commissioning Editor, 360info

One of the Australian Senate Standing Committees on Community Affairs will report back on its inquiry into Assessment and support services for people with ADHD.

Specifically, it’s been examining the “barriers to consistent, timely and best practice assessment of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and support services for people with ADHD”.

The report is timely, following the world marking ADHD Awareness Month in October 2023.

Globally, it’s thought between 2.5 and 5 percent of people live with ADHD, but barriers to timely diagnosisproblems accessing treatments and enduring stigma remain.

What roles can technology play in diagnosing the condition? And how can education systems better serve students with ADHD so that they don’t get left behind academically and socially?

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Read what the experts say needs to improve in 360info’s special report on The ADHD challenge.

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