Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a behavioral condition that makes focusing on everyday requests and routines challenging. The developmental disorder almost always starts in early childhood but is sometimes not diagnosed until adolescence or adulthood, and it rarely just goes away with age. Though often thought of as a childhood disorder that kids supposedly grow out of, about 10 million adults, or 4.4% of adults have ADHD. ADHD can be debilitating, but in most cases, it does not have to be. There are numerous helpful medications, behavioral therapies, and even coaching approaches that healthcare providers can prescribe and suggest to help you, a loved one or your child succeed despite the challenging disorder.