Give your ADHD child a sensory break today
from ADDitude Magazine
Do you breathe a sigh of relief when your child finally heads off to school? Do you find yourself anxiously anticipating her return home, not knowing what mood she'll be in? The morning routine didn't go so well, so you pray that the afternoon will run more smoothly. You can already see the homework struggles, and the distracted, impulsive behavior at the dinner table. You grab for a chocolate bar as a pacifier. What you may need, instead, are several effective sensory strategies for your ADHD child. Children with attention deficit have a complex sensory motor system. When it doesn't work efficiently, a child may act impulsively, get distracted easily, and become hyperactive.
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