Ellen Engstrom discusses ADHD in Girls with KARE11

ADHD is more likely to be diagnosed in boys than girls. However, this doesn’t mean boys are more impacted by this learning challenge. Our Director of Curriculum, Ellen Engstrom, joined KARE11 to explain how ADHD can often be overlooked in girls and what to do if a parent suspects their child may have it.



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Ellen Engstrom | Director of Curriculum
Ellen received her B.A. from Wellesley College. She received an M.A. in Education from the University of Rochester and her M.A. in Educational Psychology from the University of Minnesota. Ellen has been a teacher in public and independent schools as well as in college. She was a Lead Education Specialist in the Landmark College Institute for Research and Training before serving as Director of Education and Director of Curriculum at Groves Academy.
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