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This video describes a cross-sectional study using data from the 2016 National Survey of Children’s Health on ADHD severity, after-school activities (ASA), and two domains of school functioning among children with ADHD: missed days from school and calls home from school. This study found that ASA participation is associated with decreased ADHD severity and reduced school absenteeism. Efforts to optimize ADHD outcomes should consider engaging children and adolescents in ASA.
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