ADHD and its recognition across Europe as a disability
Concerned professional organisations and the overwhelming majority of scientists in the field agree that ADHD is a disorder in the medical sense of a ‘harmful dysfunction’. This assertion is confirmed not only by our own experience, but by abundant scientific evidence. Nonetheless, provision for diagnosis and treatment of ADHD in Europe is erratic and inadequate; this is exacerbated by poor professional education about ADHD.
ADHD in practice 2011; 3(3): 8–10
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