Hugh's school psychologist recommended Melissa try Fast ForWord. After using the program for 6 months Hugh's reading has improved from below his age level to over a year above, he is better organised and his listening skills have improved. The vice principal said to Melissa, "God, hasn't Hugh grown up over the school holidays?" Read More
ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER
How much better would your child feel if they could focus and pay attention better? Your child could have Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD) if they:
- Find it hard to stay focussed
- Have problems organising themselves (messy room?)
- Often forget their belongings
- Don’t remember instructions
- Are impulsive
- Can’t sit still for long
- Find it hard to take their turn
- Seem to daydream
Your child’s attention can be improved in just 3 – 4 months using the LearnFast programs.
Does your child have an attention Problem?
Some attention problems are very obvious. You can see from your child’s behaviours that they certainly struggle with attention. However, there are some children who might seem to be able to concentrate for long periods on things that interest them, but can still have ADHD.
For example, even if your child can focus for extended periods of time doing Lego or drawing, they may have difficulty sustaining attention in the classroom, and focussing on learning tasks. If this is your child, he or she could be categorised as having an attention difficulty.
Complete the form to find out how you can help your child.