Home Activities

The home environment is the first learning environment for your child. Engaging your child in play experiences and everyday tasks will help to develop their interests and skills for future leisure activities. The challenge for you as a parent who has a child with a diagnosis of ADHD is to build structures around activities to begin to manage the symptoms displayed by your child which could be impulsivity, hyperactivity, poor attention and emerging social and communication skills. It is never too early to put a routine in place as this will help your child to understand what is required of…

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