Combined Type

The Combined Type of ADHD is characterised by a combination of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity symptoms.

Individuals with this subtype experience significant difficulties in all three areas, which can lead to a wide range of challenges across various domains of their lives.

This includes struggles with academic performance, difficulties in maintaining friendships, and challenges in managing emotions and behaviour.

With appropriate interventions and support, individuals with the Combined Type of ADHD can effectively manage their symptoms and thrive in diverse settings.