ADHD in intellectual disability and autism
It is axiomatic within the field of developmental disabilities that co-morbidity is very much the rule. This is certainly the case for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in the contexts of both intellectual disability and autistic spectrum disorder – broad categories that also commonly coexist in clinic populations. It is, therefore, surprising that this association has only attracted systematic attention relatively recently.
ADHD in practice 2013; 5(1): 7–10
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