For adults, common ADHD symptoms include more difficulty with time management, poor listening skills and low frustration tolerance.
ADHD has long been associated with childhood development — and this idea that kids could grow out of it in adulthood.
But the truth is that ADHD never really goes away, and it's never too late to seek a diagnosis.
"I work with people of all ages. From preschool, mostly school age, all the way through people in retirement," psychologist Dr. Peter Jaksa said.