On the Shoulders of Giants Scientific Symposium
Sex differences in the brain – how do they affect boys and girls differently? Why are fewer girls diagnosed with autism or ADHD?
Boys are more likely to be diagnosed with disorders such as autism spectrum disorder or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But girls are more likely to develop mental health disorders like depression and anxiety that have onset in adolescence. Find out why during these expert panel presentations and round table discussion.
Regret and Resolve: How Women with ADHD Can Transform the Challenges of a Late Diagnosis
Middle-aged women with ADHD face all of the typical challenges of aging — declining health, family concerns, career stresses, tough decisions about moving or downsizing — plus a wide range of ADHD-related complications and how they overcame them.