ADHD: Pharmacological vs Non-Pharmacological Treatment

ADHD: Pharmacological vs Non-Pharmacological Treatment

Student’s Name Institution’s Name Date     ADHD: Pharmacological vs Non-Pharmacological Treatment Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) refers to childhood-onset neurodevelopmental condition typified by developmentally unsuitable levels of impulsivity, inattention, or/and hyperactivity, together with significant and pervasive functional impairment (Miller & Thompson, 2013). ADHD is among the most extensively treated disorders in the adolescent and child psychiatry field, with about 5-10% of adolescents and children diagnosed with ADHD globally. According to the research about 6.4 million children aged between 4 and 18 years have been diagnosed with ADHD in the United States. The data also demonstrates that boys are three times more affected by ADHD than girls (Ahmann, Saviet & Tuttle, 2017). ADHD is a mental condition that interferes with child’s intellectual ability, resulting to low academic achievements. A child suffering from ADHD records lower grade point average (GPA), low rates of college and high school graduation. This generally ends up affecting their entire life (Kellow, Holm & Fallesen, 2018). Based on these statistics, it is considerably important for...
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Amber  and Jamie  taxation case advise

Amber and Jamie taxation case advise

Sample taxation assessment paper that advises Amber and Jamie who is a real estate agent working for ‘Houses R US’ on taxation consequences based on the transactions that they make. Taxation Assessment Item 2 Sample Paper Student Course Lecturer Date     Case 1 Sale of Boutique and Capital Gain Taxation Issue The issue in the first Amber case is whether the sale of the boutique chocolate shop in Sydney attracted any capital gain taxation or any form of exemption 1.2. Laws The Div Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (ITAA97) defines a number of capital gain events with one of these events being event A1 which occurs when a capital gain tax (CGT) asset is disposed by the taxpayer. A CGT asset according to s 185-5(1) includes any kind of property which includes shares, land, premise, and goodwill among others. The aspects regarded assets were clarified in the Queen v Toohey clarified that property refers to something which can be transferred to others including both intangible and tangible items....
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