Healthy brain function for children
Today children are under continued pressure to perform, all children are different and change according to their age and what is going on in their lives. Find out more about various strategies and assessments to assist you to optimise your child’s focus and concentration.
Read more on the differences between ADD and ADHD HERE.
Periods of emotional stress, discouragement and a busy lifestyle can leave children and their parents demotivated and unable to concentrate. At the same time, children naturally vary in their ability to concentrate and keep motivated. Your child’s ability to focus and do well is, therefore, a complex interplay of many factors. First of all, it is essential to seek professional advice and treatment. There are, however, a few strategies which you can begin to include in your daily life.
Immune support for children
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterised by a suite of symptoms which collectively result in trouble paying attention, difficulty controlling behaviour and excessive activity. First of all, it is essential to seek professional advice and treatment. There are, however, a few strategies which you can begin to include in your daily life.
Focus and Concentration assessments
- Children are under continued pressure to perform. Help your child perform at their best by taking the concentration assessment for children. Complete the assessment
- Our daily lifestyle demands affect our ability to stay focused and motivated. Assess your concentration capacity by completing our assessment. Complete the assessment