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A parent who is up to date on the latest ADD/ADHD facts can also have a better understanding about this behaviour disorder and have realistic expectations in regards to their child's behaviour.
Being aware of ADD/ADHD facts allows you a certain amount of comfort in realizing that your family situation is no different than countless other families dealing with ADD ADHD, and the information can allow you to arm yourself with affective parenting tools that directly relate to ADD ADHD.
The ADD ADHD child is often impulsive and constantly on the move.
The child has difficulty staying still, staying seated and playing quietly. They are constantly moving, and are often running and jumping off objects inappropriately.
The child is easily distracted and therefore makes careless mistakes and often doesn't finish tasks. The child often appears not to listen when being spoken to. They have trouble organizing their things, often lose things and appear to be day dreaming often.
The child acts without thinking, has difficulty waiting for their turn and interrupts conversations inappropriately. The child may engage in reckless behaviour without thinking of the consequences, such as jumping off a high incline or running into traffic.
Medication is sometimes prescribed to a child because it provides a stimulant for the child, which effectively controls hyperactivity and impulse control and also increases a child's attention span.
Some common medical treatments include Ritalin, Methylin, Dexedrine, Focalin and Metadate.
There are a number of psychosocial therapies available for treating ADD ADHD behaviour. These therapies include:
Therapy which teaches a child to deal with their emotions and their frustration, and focuses on building a child's self esteem.
Therapy that teaches a child positive behaviour by rewarding positive behaviour and discouraging negative behaviour.
Social Skills Training:
Therapy that teaches a child social skills; such as taking turns and sharing.
An educational approach in which a child's learning environment is structured with consistent routines.
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