b'and movement in people with ADHD than in people without the disorder. Biological studies also suggest that children with ADHD may have lower levels of the neurotransmitter dopamine in critical regions of the brain. How is ADHD treated? Many treatments, some with good scientific basis, some without, have been recommended to treat ADHD. The most proven treatments combine medication and behavior therapy. Resources: Scattered Minds. Adler, Len. 2006.ADHD in Adults. Barkley, Russell, Kevin Murphy and Mariellen Fischer. 2008. Survival Guide for College Students with ADHD or LD. Nadeau, Kathleen. 2006. Adapted from information from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) ASPERGERS SYNDROME/AUTISM Aspergers Syndrome (AS) is a neurological disorder often referred to as High Functioning Autism. Individuals with AS often have unusually strong, narrow interests and average to superior intellect. Many students with AS will not self-identify and of those who do, only some will require formal classroom accommodation. Individuals with AS are most comfortable with predictable routine; conversely they mayMental Health Concerns196'