There are two things I wish to point out: First, once a diagnosis of ADHD is made and children are medicated in order to facilitate concentration, they still have to catch up what has been missed due to poor concentration prior to the medication. Second, ADHD often co-exists with other learning difficulties.
I cannot state at this point which is more likely in the case of your daughter, however, in either situation some remediation is required to assist her. Also, if your daughter is undergoing speech therapy as a result of having difficulty producing some sounds, relating those sounds into letters will be difficult for her. On the other hand, if the speech therapist is focusing more on letter-sound-association I would suggest rather seeking the assistance of a remedial reading therapist.
Best of luck,
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