The behaviours you have explained are those common amongst children with ADHD, however, they are just as common among children without the diagnosis. You do not mention how old your son is now; however, if he is going to school you can get some feedback from his teacher about his concentration at school. For a diagnosis of ADD/ADHD the symptoms must be present in two different environments. Children will try to manipulate us - it is part of their divine nature. If his behaviours can be improved using a behavioural technique such as time out, or flashing a card when he interrupts you, this can only benefit him and the rest of the family.
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