“Children with attention deficit have a complex sensory motor system. When it doesn’t work efficiently, a child may act impulsively, get distracted easily, and become hyperactive.
Many parents wonder: “Is my child’s behavior due to a brain-based challenge or a sensory challenge?” Often it is both.” – Ilana Danneman, PT, ADDitude
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