Costing adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Impact on the individual and society

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  • David Daley, Psychiatry, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom
  • Rasmus Højbjerg Jacobsen, The Danish Institute for Regional Government Research (KORA), Denmark
  • Anne-Mette Lange
  • Jeanette Waldorf, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
  • Anders Sørensen, CEBR, Denmark
The study presented in this book estimates the private and social costs of ADHD.
The key focus of this book is to study the costs related to individuals with ADHD who have not been diagnosed and who have not received treatment. In this respect, the study makes a unique contribution to scientific knowledge by investigating the cost of untreated ADHD. The study investigates the extent to which individuals with undiagnosed ADHD in childhood fare differently compared to otherwise similar individuals without ADHD. A long list of important parameters in an individual's life, e.g. educational attainment, occupational status, income, family situation, criminal record, health is examined. The results of the study provide not just cost estimates of ADHD; per se, but also create a point of reference which will be highly relevant for the evaluation of any future treatment for ADHD.
Original languageEnglish
Publication year2015
Publication statusPublished - 2015
EventWorld Congress on ADHD: From Child to Adult Disorder - Glasgow, United Kingdom
Duration: 28 May 2015 → …
Conference number: 5th


ConferenceWorld Congress on ADHD
CountryUnited Kingdom
Period28/05/2015 → …

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