OhFew mothers and fathers suffer in silence because their better parenting skills mean they are not aware that their children have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Researchers at the University of Surrey found that the greater the age gap between children and parents, the older the young people were when they were diagnosed with ADHD.
For the yearly difference between the age of the parent and the child at home, there was a 3.8 percent increase in the age of ADHD diagnosis.
And children with siblings were also diagnosed later, the study found.
Researchers speculate that older parents may be better off absorbing the stress levels that come from growing up …