Australian Study on Hoarding Link to ADHD in Childhood

When a person has a hoarding disorder that doesn’t just mean he is disorganized or has a strange affinity with his belongings. When someone’s a hoarder, that person must be considered ill. And just like with any illness, it is best caught early and prevented.
With this in mind, an Australia-wide study is to be conducted on children with ADHD, believed to be more predisposed to have hoarding disorder later in adulthood. It is said that close to 30% of people with hoarding disorder also have ADHD.
“Therefore children with ADHD who go on to develop hoarding disorder may have symptoms that remain undiagnosed and not treated until adulthood,” says Ms Lynch, a doctor of psychology candidate.
If this is true, this study may have a chance of deterring a person from becoming a hoarder later in life.
For those who wish to learn more about this study or have a child with ADHD or without but wish to take part in the research, click here.


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