Interacting with Others

Generally, children with ADHD will experience challenges with impulse control, thinking and planning and completing tasks once commenced. These things will have an impact upon the child’s ability to interact with others. It will be important to provide opportunities and modelling of these skills. If you are able to guide your child on this journey of development they will gradually acquire these skills and perform these functions on their own. Remember they are not choosing to be this way they just don’t understand how to do what is required at this point in time. Let’s have look at some of…

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