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[checkbox name="variable_1" value="The client confirmed that their childhood history consisted of the following symptoms: behavioral problems at school, impulsivity, temper outbursts, and lack of concentration.|The client had a diagnosed ADHD condition in their childhood.|Although the client's symptoms were not diagnosed as ADHD, it can be concluded from the childhood symptoms that the ADHD condition was present at that time.|The client reported failure to give close attention to detail or making mistakes with things of low interest, even though they may be important to their life.|The client's lack of ability to give close attention has resulted in their missing out on the comprehension of important details.|The client's ability to give close attention seems to be increasing as they reported increased attention skills.|The client reported that they cannot sit still for any length of time, but often feel restless and fidgety.|The client gave evidence of being restless and fidgety during the session, often moving about in their chair.|The client's ability to rest comfortably for a longer period of time has increased.|The client reported they have difficulty sustaining attention to tasks or activities.|The client gave evidence of difficulty sustaining attention within today's session.|The client's difficulty sustaining attention is diminishing and their focused concentration is increasing.|The client does not seem to listen to others even when spoken to directly.|The client reports problems with day-to-day functioning due to failure to listen to others.|The client reports greater control over their listening when others are speaking to them.|The client reported that they cannot sit still for a significant length of time and often feels restless.|The client gave evidence of being restless during the session, often moving about their chair.|The client's ability to rest comfortably for a longer period of time has increased.|The client reported that they struggle to follow through on instructions and fail to finish duties.|Family members reported frustration at the client's pattern of failing to finish duties.|The client has shown progress in follow-through and completing duties.|The client reports an inability to engage in leisure activities quietly.|The client has identified problems with others due to the inability to engage in leisure activities quietly.|The client has improved in their ability to engage in leisure activities at an appropriate noise level.|The client has a history of disorganization in many areas of their life.|The client's disorganization is evident in areas related to home and work, leading them to be less efficient and less effective than they could be.|The client has made significant progress in increasing their organization and is using that organization to become more efficient.|The client uses lists and reminders to increase their organizational ability.|The client is often described as “on the go” or acting as if “driven by a motor.”|The client has identified problems with overall functioning due to their “on the go” behaviors.|The client has been able to improve in functioning as they have reduced their “on the go” behaviors.|The client often avoids, dislikes, or is reluctant to engage in tasks that require sustained mental effort.|The client has struggled to maintain employment or struggles in school due to their avoidance of tasks that require sustained mental effort.|The client has reduced their avoidance of difficult tasks and reports improved functioning in a variety of areas.|The client talks excessively.|The client's family and friends have reported frustrations due to excessive talking.|The client has improved in their ability to talk an appropriate amount.|The client often loses items necessary for tasks or activities.|The client identified problematic functioning due to losing items necessary for their day-to-day tasks.|The client has managed themself better in order to reduce the loss of necessary items.|The client often interrupts, doesn't wait for their turn, or blurts out answers before a question has been completed.|The client's friends and family have identified problems related to the client's inability to function appropriately in social situations.|The client's work relationships have suffered due to an inability to function appropriately.|The client has reduced the need to interrupt others, now waits for others, blurts out answers less, and has identified positive results from this improvement.|The client reported that they are easily distracted and their attention is drawn away from the task at hand.|The client gave evidence of distractibility within today's session.|The client's distractibility is diminishing and their focused concentration is increasing.|The client identified often being forgetful in daily activities.|The client's day-to-day functioning has suffered due to their forgetfulness.|The client has identified ways to be less forgetful and identified positive experiences.|option B|option C"]

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