The Playdate Treatment Protocol: Dos And Don’ts For Every Child With ADHD

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A child with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) will commonly have difficulties socialising with other kids. So as parents, what we should do is help them overcome this hurdle and start making friends. That’s why inviting your child’s friends over for a playdate is an excellent initiative for establishing friendships. However, this treatment activity proves to be more problematic once your child’s ADHD gets in the way. This article will talk about child ADHD do’s don’ts.

To achieve a successful playdate, ADHD children need to do more than showcase their toys, and parents should also do more than serve snacks. Aggression, obstinance, and impatience are all relationship killers. So help your child control and manage these tendencies and make sure he and his playmates have a great time playing together.

 

At The ADHD Centre, we offer an ADHD Test Online for you to know or confirm if you or a loved one happens to have ADHD and if you would like some further guidance and support on managing your ADHD then please contact us at The ADHD Centre on 0800 061 4276 or via connect@adhdcentre.co.uk.


Submitted: May 12, 2021

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