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The Americans with Disabilities Act protects people with ADHD in the workplace. You are not required to disclose your condition  to your boss or during the hiring process or. The level of accommodations that you need and may receive depends upon your job, duties,  and performance history.  Types of accommodation include creating flexible schedules and changing project deadlines.

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Does ADD qualify an employee for special accommodations?The American's With Disabilities Act prohibits private employers (with more than 15 employees) from discriminating against individuals with disabilities in relation to application procedures, hiring, firing, job training, promotion and advancement, and conditions and privileges of…

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