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The Costs of
Undiagnosed &
Untreated ADHD/ADD
The Costs of ADHD
46% of
ADHD kids
have been
expelled.
35% drop
out.
Source: BARKLEY at al,
1990.
The Costs of ADHD
ADHD children
have problems
with Peer
Relations and
fewer friends.
Source: PELHAM WE, 2007.
The Costs of ADHD
Children with ADHD suffer from frequent
underachievement at school
Source: NICE, 2006.
The Costs of ADHD
ADHD is very heritable.
If you have ADHD there is a 30 to 40% chance
that a sibling will have it as well...
The Costs of ADHD
More than half
of all parents
with ADHD will
have a child
with ADHD.
Source: BIEDERMAN, 2003.
The Costs of ADHD
The impacts of ADHD
suggest children with
this disorder often have
problems in their
everyday lives beyo...
The Costs of ADHD
Children with ADHD have higher rates of
Emotional and Social problems.
Source: PELHAM WE, 2007
The Costs of ADHD
Children with
ADHD have 2 to 4
times more fights
with their siblings
than their Non-
ADHD peers.
Source:...
The Costs of ADHD
Children with ADHD
show an inability to
participate in social
exchanges such as
sharing and
cooperation....
The Costs of ADHD
ADHD kids
have 50%
more bicycle
accidents.
Source: Discala et al, .
The Costs of ADHD
Kids who have ADHD have 33%
more Emergency Room visits.
Source: Liebson et al, 2001.
The Costs of ADHD
Experts estimate
that 60% of children
with the disorder
still carry the
symptoms and
impairment into
adu...
The Costs of ADHD
ADHD individuals
have 2 to 4 times
more car crashes.
And are far more
likely to be at
fault.
Source: NHT...
The Costs of ADHD
Adults with
ADHD have
problems low
self-esteem.
Source: NICE, 2006.
The Costs of ADHD
Compared to a ‘Non-
ADHD control group’
a study of young
adults showed 2.6
times the number of
sexual pa...
The Costs of ADHD
ADHD individuals are 7 times
more likely to have had multiple
vehicle crashes.
Source:. BARKLEY RA et al...
The Costs of ADHD
A 9 year study
showed cost of
medical for ADHD
individuals was 2
times than for Non-
ADHD individuals.
S...
The Costs of ADHD
Compared to a ‘Non-
ADHD control group’ a
study of young adults
showed 4 times the
number of STD and 2.5...
The Costs of ADHD
Individuals with
ADHD have
higher rates of
psychopathlogy.
Source: Pelham WE, 2007.
The Costs of ADHD
Individuals
with ADHD
have higher
rates smoking,
illegal drugs
use.
Source: Pelham WE, 2007.
The Costs of ADHD
Individuals with
ADHD have higher
rates divorce,
unemployment and
underemployment.
Source: Pelham WE, 20...
The Costs of ADHD
ADHD individuals
are twice as likely
to have been fired
from a job.
Source: Barkley RA, ADHD: Handbook f...
The Costs of ADHD
ADHD individuals
are 9 times more
likely to end up in
prison that Non-
ADHD.
Source: BIEDERMAN ET AL. AR...
The Costs of ADHD
A Finnish study proved
that treatment in
childhood markedly
decreased the burn of
illness in adulthood a...
The Costs of ADHD
With
treatment
there is a 75%
response rate
of core
symptoms
Source: BARKLEY RA, ADHD, Guildford, 2006.
The Costs of ADHD
Treatment
lowers and may
even prevent
smoking, drug
abuse and
accidents.
Source: BARKLEY RA, ADHD, Guild...
The Costs of
Undiagnosed
& Untreated
ADHD/ADD
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The Cost of ADHD in Adults

  1. 1. The Costs of Undiagnosed & Untreated ADHD/ADD
  2. 2. The Costs of ADHD 46% of ADHD kids have been expelled. 35% drop out. Source: BARKLEY at al, 1990.
  3. 3. The Costs of ADHD ADHD children have problems with Peer Relations and fewer friends. Source: PELHAM WE, 2007.
  4. 4. The Costs of ADHD Children with ADHD suffer from frequent underachievement at school Source: NICE, 2006.
  5. 5. The Costs of ADHD ADHD is very heritable. If you have ADHD there is a 30 to 40% chance that a sibling will have it as well. Source: FARAONE SV, 2008.
  6. 6. The Costs of ADHD More than half of all parents with ADHD will have a child with ADHD. Source: BIEDERMAN, 2003.
  7. 7. The Costs of ADHD The impacts of ADHD suggest children with this disorder often have problems in their everyday lives beyond the core symptoms of the disorder itself. Source: ESCOBAR, 2005.
  8. 8. The Costs of ADHD Children with ADHD have higher rates of Emotional and Social problems. Source: PELHAM WE, 2007
  9. 9. The Costs of ADHD Children with ADHD have 2 to 4 times more fights with their siblings than their Non- ADHD peers. Source: Mash & Johnson, 1983.
  10. 10. The Costs of ADHD Children with ADHD show an inability to participate in social exchanges such as sharing and cooperation. Source: BARKLEY RA, 2002.
  11. 11. The Costs of ADHD ADHD kids have 50% more bicycle accidents. Source: Discala et al, .
  12. 12. The Costs of ADHD Kids who have ADHD have 33% more Emergency Room visits. Source: Liebson et al, 2001.
  13. 13. The Costs of ADHD Experts estimate that 60% of children with the disorder still carry the symptoms and impairment into adulthood. Source: WEISS G, 1993.
  14. 14. The Costs of ADHD ADHD individuals have 2 to 4 times more car crashes. And are far more likely to be at fault. Source: NHTSA 199, Barkley RA et all, 1993 1996.
  15. 15. The Costs of ADHD Adults with ADHD have problems low self-esteem. Source: NICE, 2006.
  16. 16. The Costs of ADHD Compared to a ‘Non- ADHD control group’ a study of young adults showed 2.6 times the number of sexual partners and 9 times the number of pregnancies. Source: Barkley. ADHD:AHandbookforDiagnosisand Treatment.New York: Guilford Press; 1998:209.
  17. 17. The Costs of ADHD ADHD individuals are 7 times more likely to have had multiple vehicle crashes. Source:. BARKLEY RA et al. Pediatrics 1993
  18. 18. The Costs of ADHD A 9 year study showed cost of medical for ADHD individuals was 2 times than for Non- ADHD individuals. Source: 1987 Study: Leibson CL et al JAMA, 2001,285:60-66.
  19. 19. The Costs of ADHD Compared to a ‘Non- ADHD control group’ a study of young adults showed 4 times the number of STD and 2.5 times more likely to have been tested for AIDS. Source: Barkley. ADHD:AHandbookforDiagnosisandTreatment. New York: Guilford Press; 1998:209.
  20. 20. The Costs of ADHD Individuals with ADHD have higher rates of psychopathlogy. Source: Pelham WE, 2007.
  21. 21. The Costs of ADHD Individuals with ADHD have higher rates smoking, illegal drugs use. Source: Pelham WE, 2007.
  22. 22. The Costs of ADHD Individuals with ADHD have higher rates divorce, unemployment and underemployment. Source: Pelham WE, 2007.
  23. 23. The Costs of ADHD ADHD individuals are twice as likely to have been fired from a job. Source: Barkley RA, ADHD: Handbook for Diagnosis & Treatment, 1998
  24. 24. The Costs of ADHD ADHD individuals are 9 times more likely to end up in prison that Non- ADHD. Source: BIEDERMAN ET AL. ARCH GEN PHSYCIATRY 1996;53:437.
  25. 25. The Costs of ADHD A Finnish study proved that treatment in childhood markedly decreased the burn of illness in adulthood and increased capacity to function Source: Jensen P ADHDStateofScience,BestPractices. Kingston, NJ. Civic Research Institut.
  26. 26. The Costs of ADHD With treatment there is a 75% response rate of core symptoms Source: BARKLEY RA, ADHD, Guildford, 2006.
  27. 27. The Costs of ADHD Treatment lowers and may even prevent smoking, drug abuse and accidents. Source: BARKLEY RA, ADHD, Guildford, 2006.
  28. 28. The Costs of Undiagnosed & Untreated ADHD/ADD

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