ADHD in adults can cause problems at work, school and in personal relationships. At Hershey Medical Center, we use the latest treatments to help people manage this condition.
Care at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
Adults who may have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can be evaluated for this condition at Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. If we find that you have ADHD, our treatment programs can help you manage your symptoms and lead an active, productive life.
We use a number of treatments to help adults with ADHD.
Several therapies or counseling treatments can greatly reduce ADHD symptoms. For example, a form of therapy called skill-based cognitive-behavioral therapy may decrease problem behaviors and increase your ability to follow instructions.
Medicines are the most common way to treat ADHD in adults. Many of the same drugs used for children with ADHD can help adults as well.
These drugs can make a big difference. For example, they can help adults with ADHD focus on one task and ignore distractions. They also help you manage impulsive behavior such as interrupting and making rash decisions.
You can get help for ADHD at one of these locations:
Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Psychiatry Program
22 Northeast Drive (across from the Tanger Outlets)
Hershey, PA 17033
Groups, Classes & Support
Services for adults with ADHD are updated often. To find out what is available now, please call 717-531-8338.
You can also find resources, such as an ADHD helpline, from Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD).
Research & Clinical Trials
At Milton S. Hershey Medical Center we are working hard to learn more about ADHD. We strive to find more treatment options to improve the lives of people with this condition. You can help by joining a research study.
A variety of studies are underway that look at how ADHD affects adults. We are also studying treatments for ADHD in adults as well as the impact parents with ADHD have on children.
Visit StudyFinder to learn about our current clinical research.