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ADHD The Invisible Disability Counseling Poster/Handout

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ADHD is an invisible disability that affects young people. People might notice the obvious signs, but they might not know about the hidden struggles with thinking, feeling, learning, and behaving. Breaking down this barrier is achievable through awareness and information about disabilities like ADHD.

This ADHD Invisible Disability Counseling poster/handout gives us a look at how people usually see individuals with ADHD based on their actions. It also discusses less obvious reasons behind these actions. It aims to help everyone understand how these challenges can affect daily life.

For parents and teachers, this resource helps increase their awareness of ADHD, helping them benefit from a deeper understanding of their child or student’s condition. They can use it to start conversations about ADHD in their homes and classrooms.

For kids or teens who manifest the behaviors listed, parents and teachers can offer support by sharing helpful coping strategies. You can find these strategies in detail on the ADHD Coping Strategies handout.

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Want more resources like this? Check out our full catalog of ADHD worksheets and handouts.

References:

  1. Goodwin, M. (2020). Making the invisible visible: Let’s discuss invisible disabilities. HAPS Educator, Special Issue, 62-73. https://doi.org/10.21692/haps.2020.101
  2. Kistler, Rey, "Trouble Sitting Still Disorder: ADHD Through the Social Model of Disability" (2022). WWU Honors College Senior Projects. 587. https://cedar.wwu.edu/wwu_honors/587
  3. Oslund, C. (2013). Supporting college and University students with invisible disabilities: A guide for faculty and staff working with students with autism, AD/HD, language processing disorders, anxiety, and mental illness. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
  4. Patton, E. (2009). When diagnosis does not always mean disability: The challenge of employees with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 24(3), 326-343. https://doi.org/10.1080/15555240903176161
  5. Schott, E. (2013). ADHD identity: A conceptual developmental model. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social and Community Studies, 7(1), 141-153. https://doi.org/10.18848/2324-7576/cgp/v07i01/53463
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Nina Niemetta
ADHD The Invisible Disability Counseling Poster/Handout

Very informative, easy to read and will be using with school staff as well as parents of students with ADHD.

Thank you, Nina! Please don't forget to check our other worksheets, handouts, and posters.

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Alessandra W

Very useful

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Candida D

Accurate and beautiful. Great for posters!

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Katrine G

This was good item, used it to show a child and parents how ADHD could be affecting the child. Helped the child feel better about themselves.