By GreatSchools Staff
While attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD) is the official term and acronym used by today's mental health care professionals, it is sometimes referred to by other names and abbreviations. For example, it is sometimes called:
ADHD (without the slash in the middle)
Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
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