Monday, 18 April 2016

Case Study. - A Child with ADHD.

Today's was the 3rd reassessment of a little boy who first came to see us around 18 months ago. He was a little one lost in the tempest of his own hyperactivity. As a consequence, attentional systems had failed to develop and this in turn had affected his ability to learn, understand and produce language, to socialise and to produce sophisticated programmes for gross and fine motor development. Today, 18 months later, we still have problems with levels of physical activity, although these problems are drastically reduced. He is at the top of the developmental profile in visual and auditory cognition and in gross motor development. He has also made huge gains in language production, fine motor development and socialisation. Great to see!

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