The Effects of Adhd on Children's Social Skills Think Before you act and be Successful in School and Society (Paperback)
ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disease) is a common emotional and behavioral disorder that can disrupt a child's academic and social functioning. ADHD is characterized by inattention, impulsivity, and motor activity that are developmentally inappropriate. Within an educational setting, children with attention problems form a unique group with a wide range of demands. Although there are various issues linked with children who have been diagnosed with ADHD, many parents and educators are concerned about social skill impairments.
The most unpleasant element of ADHD-related deficits is not being accepted by one's peer group, feeling separated, strange, unlikeable, and alone, and these experiences have long-term consequences. It's crucial to maintain positive relationships with people. Though children with ADHD really want to make friends and be accepted by their peers, they frequently lack the skills to do so. The good news is that you can assist your child in developing these social abilities and skills.