ADHD or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is a condition that affects approximately 5% of all American children. Children whose ADHD symptoms reach a certain intensity level are likely to qualify for benefits. However, you will be required to provide solid medical evidence about the severity of your child’s symptoms.
Symptoms of ADHD typically begin in childhood, and can continue well into adulthood. Primary symptoms include inattentiveness, hyperactivity and impulsive behavior. A child who suffers from ADHD is likely to face problems adjusting in school, and keeping up with work in adulthood.
You must provide the following types of evidence in support of your claim.