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AD(H)D typical symptoms

Attention Mastery Program, in my personal practice, makes up to 76% of the all programs conducted.


And at the first preliminary call, mothers often complain about the following symptoms:


- the first problems are noticed in early childhood or in the reception class of school,

- for a long time the child could not learn to speak/pronounce individual sounds, read,

- it was difficult to speak another language,

- difficulty expressing your thoughts when speaking,

- reads slowly, and has difficulty understanding and retelling what he read,

- difficulty solving problems in mathematics, does not always understand what mathematical operation needs to be applied,

- difficulty understanding instructions, especially long and multi-step ones,

- difficulty remembering information,

- problems with short working memory,

- difficult to focus on a task, constantly distracted,

- problems with spelling,

- studying is not a joy,

- restless and impatient,

- “lazy”, but if he wants, he can study well,

- dreamy, “having his head in the clouds”,

- loves to communicate, but it is not always possible to build harmonious relationships with peers,

- hot-tempered, sometimes to the point of hysterics,

- disorganized,

- impulsive,

- inattentive,

- his room is a mess,

- always late, difficulties with planning and implementation of plans,

- homework takes 3-5 times more time, than necessary,

- vulnerable, sensitive,

- smart, but cannot achieve academic results,

- very creative,

- can write great stories

- successful in activities where you can do without words: art, music, sports, dancing.


Most of these symptoms are always named by mothers, with slight variations.


Check if this is by chance about your child?


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Elena Nikulina, licensed DDAI (Davis Dyslexia Association International) facilitator for the correction of dyslexia, dyscalculia, dysgraphia, dyspraxia, Attention Deficit Disorder with or without Hypo/Hyperactivity, and other problems in training according to the author's method of Ronald Davis, facilitator RDAF (Ronald Davis Autism Foundation ) for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Director of Dyslexia Correction and Support Centre, London, UK. www.fixdyslexia.com


For more information on how to treat dyslexia, AD(H)D and other learning difficulties, see Ronald Davis' books The Gift of Dyslexia, The Gift of Learning, and Autism and the Seeds of Change: Achieving Full Participation in Life Using the Davis Approach to autism." — Abigail Marshall (author), Ronald Dell Davis (author).​








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