Children with ADHD are wonderful!
Authors: Mihaela Viziteu Apostu
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"To obey the norm is to obey the public exam, to meet the expectations that society formulates" (Neculau, 1987, p. 183). Society values the behavior of its members according to certain standards, expecting them to conform to certain cultural models. The purpose of this article is not to eliminate the specific problems of a child with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) but to be a realistic one, based on developing skills to solve the difficult situations in which such children are involved. The objectives are aimed at the behavioral description of the three components: hyperactivity, impulsivity and attention deficit; ameliorative intervention strategies: medical, psychological and psycho-pedagogical; exemplifying some useful workloads. The methods aim at behavioral change, targeting the category of constructive and integrative behaviors (Eşi, 2010, pp.24-34). Overall, I will present the behavioral characteristics of children with ADHD aged 3 to 12 years. The concrete problems faced by parents and teachers lead to outlining strategies for their effective resolution. Within the educational system, there are a number of practical exercises useful in adapting children. These children should be understood and supported by people in the immediate vicinity, in the
context of knowing the causes of behavioral disorders.