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What does ADD stand for?
ADD stands for Attention Deficit Disorder
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We have 270 other meanings of ADD in our Acronym Attic
- Army Digital Division
- Arrest in Dilation/Descent (labor)
- Assemblée de Dieu (French: Assembly of God)
- Assign On-Line Diagnostic (US DoD)
- Assistant District Director
- Associate Deputy Director (various organizations)
- Association pour le Développement Durable
- At Deaths Door (Everquest Guild)
- Ataturkcu Dusunce Dernegi (Turkish)
- Athlete Development Director
- Attitude Determination Device
- Attribute Driven Design (software development)
- Audio Day Dream (album)
- Authorized Derivative Declassifier
- Authorized Development Deviation
- Authorized Digital Dealers
- Automated Design and Documentation
- Automated Dispensing Device (drug storage/dispensing)
- Automatic Document Distribution
- Autonomous Dynamics Determination
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Called Driven to Distraction: Recognizing and Coping With Attention Deficit Disorder from Childhood Through Adulthood (Touchstone Publishers, 1995), it changed Ms.
This condition is called Attention Deficit Disorder With Hyperactivity.
The Attention Deficit Disorder Partnering 2007-2012 provides understanding and access to the attention deficit disorder partnering deals and agreements entered into by the worlds leading healthcare companies.
Soon, however, it's learned that Morgan suffers from attention deficit disorder and hates his medicine, that he saves wrappers from candy bars his girlfriend bought him and that he has an affinity for teaching gymnastics to disabled kids.
RELATED ARTICLE: Typical characteristics of a child with Attention Deficit Disorder * fidgets, squirms, is restless * has difficulty remaining seated when required * is easily distracted by extraneous stimuli * has difficulty awaiting his/her turn * difficulty following instructions * difficulty sustaining attention in task or play * often shifts from one unfinished activity to another * has difficulty playing quietly * often talks excessively * often interrupts/intrudes on others * often does not seem to listen * often loses things necessary for tasks or activities * often engages in physically dangerous activities without considering possible consequences.