Most children have things they’d much rather be doing than homework and chores. But they also have the ability to put those things aside and buckle down to do the task at hand when they have to.
That’s not the case for many children with executive functioning issues, which includes many children with ADHD. For them, starting a task that’s not highly interesting can be tough. And in some cases, it’s next to impossible without extreme effort and incentive.
If you suspect that your child is experiencing some of these challenges, give us a call (2302 0180) or email us (email@example.com) and we can show you what we can do to help during the summer.
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