Does your child have an attention issues?


Babies can do nothing wrong. They deserve all your love, all your time and all the best that you can give them.

Then they grow up and throw food at you. They become rude and disrespectful. They talk back to their teachers. They’re lazy and only do what they want to do. They shout and jump and give you a headache.

Why did your precious little baby become naughty, misbehaved or hyperactive?


How Do ADD, Dyslexia, and Auditory Processing Disorder Overlap?

Dec 15, 2015 by Lynn Gover

Did you know that ADD, dyslexia, and auditory processing disorder highly overlap? 

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Building Your Child’s Self-Confidence

Post Date: January 18, 2012 by Martha Burns, Ph.D

As parents, we want our children to have confidence but not conceit. That is, we want our children to monitor the outcomes of their behaviors realistically, to be polite and considerate of others, but retain a sense of self that is positive and assured. I believe the mistake parents often make is thinking that constant praise of a child is the route to self-confidence. It is an easy mistake to make, especially in a society in which so much emphasis is placed on making our children feel loved and building feelings of self-worth.


Play Attention

By  Neissha Thagie

Did you know that many games we play with children are actually the same type of activities used by psychologists to train attention skills? Neissha Thagie, a professional trainer, suggests you try two such games, whilst simultaneously enjoying time spent with your kid.

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