Excerpt from The Sydney Morning Herald:
Charlene Harrison had always felt like life was “a bit of a struggle”. Raising three children is always bound to be hectic, but when Charlene’s six-year-old son was diagnosed with ADHD, she soon found herself with a diagnosis of her own. “When my son was diagnosed, I read everything I could to learn more about ADHD. I found out that ADHD was highly genetic right at the time my 12-year-old daughter was struggling with high school so I started asking questions about ADHD presentation in girls and found that girls are more likely to exhibit inattention.