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Attention correction program

How does the Attention Correction Program work?

The Attention Correction Program includes some of the parts of the Dyslexia Correction Program, but also includes a large and important part of life concept work.

1. Acquisition of tools for self-control of attention (imagination).

A person with attention deficit is often faced with the fact that his attention slips away, he is easily distracted, forgetting about everything. Sometimes he cannot concentrate even on the simplest task! An attention-deficit person is very creative. He is interested in everything and everywhere, in his imagination he constantly explores something, invents, improves, looks for patterns, etc. And in order to focus on one task, you need to control your imagination in order to be in focus for this time.

For this, self-control tools are given. Disorientation is caused by a special way of using the imagination, which we call "disorientation." The disorientation is activated without the person's conscious control. And if you "turn off" it, then the environment will no longer distract attention. Then the task can be read and performed correctly.

Other self-control tools allow you to relieve mental stress and regulate the level of internal energy (which is very important, for example, when you are nervous, when the internal energy level rises and this makes it difficult to focus on the task).

2. Study of the alphabet.

There is always a reason why attention begins to divert. And one of them may be uncertainty in letters as an "irritant" for attention.

For example: the English letters pdbq are the same character reversed in different directions. If there is no solid knowledge about the letter, then this character can spin and become any of them.

The alphabet is mastered by sculpting from plasticine and working on establishing clear guidelines for problematic letters.

  Reading memory exercise

Visualization while reading allows you to avoid mistakes, improves understanding and remembering details.

4. Mastering the "missing" concepts for life
People with ADD(H) are people who often go into disorientation for a long time. They spend a lot of time
  in your inner world. And this world is very similar to ours, the real one, it's like a theatrical production! But only the possibilities in it are not limited by anything!

Let me give you an example: a child wants to build a house in his imagination. And he can start building it, for example, from the roof. Then add windows and doors. And only then the walls ... And then he got tired of everything and everything disappeared by itself!

As a result, the concepts of cause and effect, priority, time (internal sense of time), order/disorder are missing.

Also in his inner imaginary world, the child is a star! Everyone there is happy for him, they only play his games and according to his rules, they laugh at his jokes, everyone is happy to do something for him! And suddenly mom (well, or dad) unexpectedly enters the room and begin to insist on cleaning the room, instead of doing it with a smile for the child (well, in the inner world, this is exactly what happens!).
  This is how irascibility, impulsiveness and hysteria appear ...

The Ronald Davis Correction Program works precisely at the causes of problems, eliminates them and teaches a new order. After doing homework and regular
  The use of self-management tools by a person with ADD(H) changes tremendously. All problematic aspects go away and a creative, academic, self-confident and well-mannered (intelligent) person remains.

Contact me, I'll be happy to help you!

Course leader: Elena Nikulina, licensed DDAI specialist (Davis Dyslexia Association International)
on the correction of dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia, Attention Deficit Disorder with or without Hypo/Hyperactivity, and other learning problems according to the author's method of Ronald Davies, director of Dyslexia Correction and Support Center, London, UK.

For more information on how to correct dyslexia, ADD, and other learning problems, see Ronald Davies's The Gift of Dyslexia and The Gift of Learning.

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