ADHD

Causes of ADHD

Genetic

Genetic

Environmental Factors

Environmental Factors

Pregnancy Complications

Pregnancy Complications

Post Natal Complications

Post Natal Complications

Substance-abuse during Pregnancy

Substance-abuse during Pregnancy

Premature Delivery

Premature Delivery

Brain Injury

Brain Injury

Neurochemistry

Neurochemistry

Symptoms of ADHD

Inattention

Inattention

Hyperactivity

Hyperactivity

Impulsive

Impulsive

Anxiousness

Anxiousness

Bored Easily

Bored Easily

Restlessness

Restlessness

Disruption

Disruption

Impatient

Impatient

Tips for Parents and Caregivers

1. Inculcate patience by demostration
2. Practice breathing exercise jointly
3. Work with your child's school work
4. Provide care with purpose and warmth
5. Connect with others for support and awareness
6. Be vigilant to prevent from risky actions
7. Use a reward system
8. Fix a routine for your child

Tips for Teachers

1. Give brief and unambiguous directions
2. Summarise the instructions.
3. To aid in transitions and organisation, use a timer.
4. Promote focus on the child and listen attentively
5. Define boundaries or rules for good behaviour
6. Create a system that rewards moral behaviour.
7. Rearrange seating as per education and behavioural plan
8. Use non-verbal cues for increasing attention

ADHD

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Frequently Asked Questions

There isn't a single test that can identify ADHD. Therefore, a thorough evaluation by a top psychologist in India is required to make a diagnosis, eliminate other potential causes, and establish whether or not there are any co-existing conditions. Such an assessment takes time and effort, and it should involve a thorough history as well as a clinical evaluation of the child's intellectual, social, and emotional functioning as well as their developmental stage. Find the best treatment plan for your child by consulting the top child psychologists in India at TalktoAngel.
A qualified, licensed clinical child psychologists should be consulted when seeking an ADHD diagnosis or therapy. Working with a mental health professional or an online counsellor who has dealt with ADHD in the past is equally as vital as making sure they have the necessary skills and training. At TalktoAngel, you will find the best clinical psychologist in India to help you with the same.
Medical, educational, behavioral, psychological intervention, and structured online counselling are frequently needed to treat ADHD. Depending on the age of the person with ADHD, these all-encompassing course of therapy, which is frequently referred to as "multimodal," may include the following:
-parent training
-skills training
-counseling
-educational supports
-education regarding ADHD
-medication
If finding the best "child psychologist near me" is difficult for you, let us help you in connecting with the best child psychologists in India through online counselling.


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