By Henryk Holowenko
Awareness Deficit/Hyperactivity illness (AD/HD) is a clinical analysis label for a combined team of disruptive behaviours in young children, which impacts their improvement, kin relationships and social interplay. This booklet stresses that AD/HD isn't a ailment, yet a part of the kid's makeup.
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They may be jealous of the amount of attention given to their brother or sister and resent dispensations given for behaviour they themselves are not allowed to get away with. Professor Martin Herbert, Consultant Clinical Psychologist at Exeter Clinical and Community Psychology Services, comments that people around AD/HD acquire ‘learned helplessness’, and this is very much in evidence in parents. Even when they have taken advice from other parents, friends, teachers and so on, they come to realise that nothing works for any extended period of time (Herbert 1996).
8. Foster the ethos that everyone is a worthwhile member of the group. Promote harmony in class. Teaching Style 1. The steps to learning need to be small. Targets need to be realistic and achievable. 2. Planning for academic success is important. 3. In giving instructions to the class it may help to write a daily menu. Break down complex instructions into small chunks. Ask the child to tell you what they have to do. For young children instructions may need to be one at a time. 4. Give frequent feedback to the child on tasks and teach the child to assess and evaluate their work.
All children imitate their parents’ behaviour, and children with AD/HD are no exception. Confrontation is best avoided as many children with AD/HD will seek attention even if it is negative. Conflict should be resolved quickly and wherever possible privately. An opp ortunity to succeed should quickly follow. Parents should try to make sure that interactions end successfully. Children should not be left with no way out. If the child feels cornered there is a danger of confrontation. A ‘better for both’ solution is preferable.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: a multidisciplinary approach by Henryk Holowenko