Possible Signs of ADHD in Primary Aged Students

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD) can be diagnosed as young as three years of age, however it is often not identified until the school years commence. This is often due to the requirements of social rules and attention to task to enable children to learn the curriculum content and function appropriately alongside their peers. There are a number of signs that could suggest that further investigation of ADHD may be necessary to help you support your child. Your child’s teacher or you may have observed some of the following: Attention difficulties Easily distractible in class, on the playground, at home or…

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