Life satisfaction in children with ADHD: a mixed methods study Public Deposited

Children with ADHD are primarily assessed and understood through an adult proxy lens focused on ADHD-related symptoms and problems. This study shifts the perspective away from an adult proxy view of symptoms and problems, towards the child’s view of life satisfaction. Currently, little is known about how children with ADHD evaluate their life satisfaction or how incorporating the child’s view of life satisfaction might enhance the current understanding or change the approach to assessment and/or interventions. The purpose of this study was to explore and describe how children with ADHD evaluate their life satisfaction.

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