Difficult child, ill-bred child, whimsical child, problem child, lazy child… In short, you’ve probably heard them all before. These are false qualifiers that people attribute to children living with Attention Deficit Disorder with or without Hyperactivity. In our role as Consultants, we meet many of these children in community programs on a regular basis. We try to educate all involved in the face of this disorder, but mainly we try to provide winning strategies to encourage the inclusion of these children to enable them to reach achievable goals. Continue reading
From our experience at Kanata Research Park Family Centre
- Begin any new colleague relationship in an open way; find out what your teammates’ communication styles are, and ask questions to fully understand how best to communicate with each other. Devise a communication plan that works for the team as a whole.