What is ADHD?
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This kind of disorder was labeled to those children that have trouble in focusing during conversations and verbal directions, they usually give inappropriate responses and demonstrate in terms of poor memory skills.
Such kind of developmental skills to process can be tagged that it is in the right place but their nature of being impulsive and easily to distract can contribute to communication difficulties.
ADHD is also a neurobiological disorder characterized by being inattention, impulsivity and hyper activity. Most of the children nowadays are having difficulty with one or more of the above mentioned areas. Normally, when a child was asked to go to bed early at night during weekdays because of school tomorrow , he would appear inattentive even though he was asked and clearly given an instruction to not stay awake so late at night.
The child’s mind was preoccupied by something else. Other scenario is when a child have a volatile behavior. The idea of his mind that is so rash or hasty and impulsive such as grabbing things that doesn’t belong to him. A child with deficit issues have a great difficulty of controlling his behavior. Making the right decision that make sense for him is negligible.
A child with ADHD has difficulty of listening and even joining conversations or classrooms lessons at school. He has poor auditory memory because he is likely not paying attention. He can able to retain information from what he saw and heard. There is no problem in his processing system but the only issue here is how he attend and not fail an appropriate information that he received.
A child with ADHD is struggling with the rules of conversation. He likes to interrupt instead of taking turns giving or sharing each person’s ideas. Mostly finding himself hard of staying on the topic and that end up for him to tell the story not in a precise way from beginning to end.