The Week In Neurodiversity – Do Kids and Adults Have Different ADHD? (06/03/16)

The Week In Neurodiversity – Do Kids and Adults Have Different ADHD? (06/03/16)

neurodiversityVia DifferentBrains.com | Week In Neurodiversity

This week- adult ADHD may differ from that of children, twins with OCD under go a new surgery, a documentary sheds light on epilepsy, and more!

[00:09] Do adults have a different type of ADHD?
[00:42] Screenwriter out to change the way characters with autism are viewed in the film world.
[01:14] The differences of depression and bipolar disorder.
[01:52] Twin sisters with OCD have found a new way to cope with the disorder.
[02:16] PBS documentary Seized shares the story of those with epilepsy.
[02:38] What is Apraxia?
[03:16] Channel Recommendation: The Epilepsy Society

For the full stories, visit: http://differentbrains.com

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The Neurodiversity News Show | Hosted by Mike Nickas

Mike Nickas-Jean was born on November 11, 1994 in Plantation, FL, and currently resides in Oakland Park, FL.
He received his Bachelor of Arts in Film and Multimedia Studies at Florida Atlantic University in December of 2015, and is currently pursuing an education in the fields of neuropsychology and special education.

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