ADHD manifests itself differently in every child and affects their certain mental faculties. The most common symptoms of ADHD are:
Child exhibits significant inattention and inability to focus on one thing at a time. The jump from one activity to another without finishing what they were previously doing. Though inattentiveness alone does not mean hyperactivity or impulsiveness.
Though they have adequate attention control, they are hyperactive and often act on impulse. They have inadequate control of their behavior and activity.
The child exhibits both hyperactivity and inattentiveness. This is the most common form of ADHD, and this combination makes it extremely difficult for the child to develop properly or on par with their peers, and there is often a stigma with children that exhibit these behaviors.
Coach Benjamin Mizrahi. Educator. Learning Specialist. Family Coach. Father. Husband.
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