Month: August 2022

Practical recommendations for working with hyperactive children

From the author: Hyperactive children need special attention and support from educators and parents. This article contains practical recommendations for interacting with hyperactive children. Your child needs your love the most when he least deserves it. E. Bombek In recent years, the number of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) has been increasing in our Russian society. Sometimes educators and parents are overwhelmed by the excessive activity of children with ADHD, their behavioral problems. Teachers in kindergartens and schools are concerned about the inability of such children to perceive educational material in the classroom. In this article, I will… Read More

Hyperactive child! Looking at the problem

From the author: This short note is a continuation of the conversation about neuropsychological approaches in child psychology. Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is by far the most common neurological disorder in children. Much has been said and written about him everywhere. We would like to dwell on this problem because of the rather successful use of neuropsychological correction methods in working with this disorder. What questions does a concerned parent ask the specialist? Here they are: – why a child can calmly draw or watch TV, but cannot sit for five minutes at homework; – why it is possible… Read More

Hyperactive Children (ADHD)

Portrait of a hyperactive child Attention deficit. How to determine? – Often unable to pay attention to details; due to negligence, frivolity makes mistakes in school assignments and other activities. – Usually has difficulty maintaining attention when performing tasks or during play. – It often seems that the child does not hear the speech addressed to him. – Often fails to follow the instructions given and complete the lessons or homework (which has nothing to do with negative or protest behavior, inability to understand the task). – Often experiences difficulties in organizing independent tasks and other activities. – Usually avoids,… Read More

The Many Faces of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

A little medical background… Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a neurobiological disorder. And if in ICD-10 attention deficit hyperactivity disorder was attributed to hyperkinetic disorders – a group of emotional disorders and behavior, then already in ICD-11 it is referred to as neurodevelopmental disorders. Yes, we must admit that ADHD is a family disease. I will make a reservation in advance, only a doctor can make a diagnosis, this is either a neurologist (psychoneurologist) or a psychiatrist. The diagnosis of the brain will be carried out: – EEG (electroencephalogram) – REG ( rheoencephalography ) – MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) –… Read More

Family of a hyperactive child

From the author: The article describes a family in which a child suffering from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) grows up. To determine the strategies and methods of working with families and children with ADHD, the types of family relationships focused on the parents’ understanding of the ADHD problem and their attitude towards a sick child are identified. (“Actual problems of pedagogy and psychology”, 2011) Family of a hyperactive child Over the past 10 years, the number of children suffering from various combinations of motor disinhibition, impulsivity, inattention, and increased distractibility has steadily increased. After many changes in the terminology… Read More