Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Attention performance is the basis for learning. When children’s attention performs not good , it is difficult for them to learn efficiently.


Restlessness and impulsiveness can also cause difficulties for children to do daily work or social participation.


Common clinical symptoms are as follows:

  • attention difficulties
  • Difficulty with impulse control
  • Overactive
  • Difficulty with compliance
  • Poor social participation


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder may also affect other developmental aspects, resulting in poor cognitive ability, difficulty with self-expression, learning, etc.


Attention span is required for learining. It is difficult for children to learn efficiently when they have problems focusing on materials.

Restless and impulsiveness also make impacts on their daily routine and social participation.