Can I Teach a Child With ADHD Good Social Behaviors?

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asked Apr 17, 2020 in Electron Microscopy by francenefrayer (2,040 points)

Think about this statement: "We all want what we Meridian Health Protocol Review  want, when we want it, and how we want it." When the relationships at work fall below this naturally desired expectation, we get stressed. When stressed, behaviors that were being experienced as respectful begin to shift pretty quickly to ones that feel disrespectful.

Many parents are concerned as to how they should parent their six to seven year old child that has been diagnosed with ADHD. ADHD is a behavioral disorder, not a personality disorder. A child with ADHD is often very restless, has trouble following directions or paying attention. These are just a few things that parents are challenged with when they are trying to teach their young child good behaviors.

Six to seven year old children that do not have ADHD are beginning to control their impulsiveness. This may not be the case for a child with ADHD. They are still learning what consequences their actions hold. This makes it extremely important for the parents to enforce consequences consistently. A child with ADHD will require consistent discipline in order to learn that their choices may lead to consequences.

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