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ADHD in Kids
It is estimated that 5-11% of children have ADHD
Knowing the challenges above await the ADHD child in adulthood can be disheartening; before they even get there, kids with ADHD often encounter:
Frequent scolding from teachers, caregivers and coaches for their behaviour
Trouble making friends and relating to peers
Difficulty meeting deadlines and organizing school work
Seemingly inconsistent ability to focus: either totally absorbed or totally uninterested
Challenges with controlling behaviour, impulses and emotions
Emotional sensitivity, especially around rejection and getting in trouble
ADHD has its gifts, too
Passion, creativity and excitement
ADHD provides a brain chemistry that is drawn to excitement and inspiration. Life with ADHD is never dull, and often a lot of fun!
The energy to pursue creative ideas AND try to fit into a world not designed for ADHD brains provides those with ADHD the opportunity to develop resilience, strength and self-awareness.
With the emotional intensity, enthusiasm, divergent thinking, innovation and resourcefulness of ADHD, a rich life of your own making is not just possible.
It’s waiting for you.