Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)

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In this new generation, we can see that a lot of children have learning disabilities. Learning disabilities include Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) and Dyslexia. Attention deficit hyperactive disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood brain disorders and can continue through adolescence and adulthood. ADHD is gifted. Other than this, Attention deficit hyperactive disorder also can say is a group of behavioral symptoms that include an inattentive type, hyperactive type and impulsive type. Combined type is most common. All this behavioural symptoms is normal, but for ADHD children, these behavioural symptoms are more often than normal children. The boys will have ADHD changes are more than girls. It is usually discovered…show more content…
The symptoms of ADHD usually improved with age. First, inattention. A child with inattention does not appear to be listening. The child also does not pay attention and makes careless mistakes, he or she easily distracted, always miss details and forget things. The child will miss details and forget things, is because the child have difficulty focusing on one thing. The child will easily feel bored with a task after doing only for a few minutes, unless the child doing something enjoyable. For example, if the child does not likes to do homework after a few minutes, he or she will give up easily, but if the child likes to play toys, he or she can play for a long period. The child also will have difficulty focusing attention on organizing and completing a task. Next, the child will also have difficulty processing information as quickly and accurately as other children. The child will struggle to follow instructions. Inattention children are often quiet and less likely to act out. They may sit quietly, seeming to work but they are not paying attention to what they are doing. This can be the fact that adults will miss out that the child actually is…show more content…
A child with impulsive will be very impatient, he or she have difficulty waiting for things they want or waiting their turns in games. For example, if the child likes to write answer on the whiteboard, he or she will come out quickly to write the answer during the teacher is calling other to write the answer on the whiteboard. Additional, the child with impulsive will often interrupt conversations or others’ activities. For instant, while teacher doing circle time, the child will go stand in the middle and dancing at there. The child with impulsive will also blurt out inappropriate comments, show their emotions without restraint, and act without regard for consequences. For example, the child is tired, he or she will express the feeling directly and shout in the class. ADHD cannot be prevented or cured, but spotting it early with having a good treatment and education plan, can help a child with ADHD manage their symptoms. Before a good treatment and education plan, parents need to accept the fact that their child have
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