Children With Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( Adhd )

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Johnny daydreamed so much that he couldn’t make it through school. Thomas was constantly falling into deep trancelike dreams that had to be shaken to awaken him. Equally problematic were Anthony’s restlessness and verbal attacks on the other students. Amber, too, was unable to stop talking and seemed as if she talked on and on. Marcus experienced school problems, because of his constant moving and high energy. These situations are the countless examples that are common to many children suffering with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Children with ADHD tend to be more creative and seem to possess a more unique way of thinking, but they also struggle with being able to focus on one task at a time, which, as you know, is one…show more content…
Throughout our lives we hear outstanding stories about many important figures who have changed the course of the world even though they struggled in school and had the grades that say the contrary. We heard of these people and their unique ways of thinking, their hyperactivity, “and behaving that were possessed by prestigious figures such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Viginia Wolf, Samuel Taylor Coleridge Robert Frost, Thomas Edison, and Nikola Tesla. All of these individuals faced hard times in school, ignorant diagnoses, or worse. These are the examples of creative individuals whose behavior could also be understand as the impulsivity, inattention, and hyperactivity of the condition of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder” (Cramond). The truth of the matter is that within the past two generations a historic phenomenon has swept the nation which has taken place in relation to children. Today 1.5 million children take medication to help them focus and be able to control their hyperactive behavior (Freed 216). Most of these children have visited doctors and have been diagnosed with the condition of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. ADHD is categorized into three different forms that a child could have. These forms of ADHD are so named based on the effect the disorder has on the child. The
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