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Toddler with ADHD?
Mar 31, 2004
... hrough it" advice from a previous poster. To me that is like suspecting your child has cancer and saying "suffer through it" just to avoid having to "label" the problem or having to deal with it. ... (19 replies)
... or a fact that they are not so heavy that the child cannot move but just enough weight so that they feel the pressure. The dr. and thearpist think that he has a sensory problem. These items help him feel secure and calm him down. I would not take this away from him. ... (31 replies)
... ublic. He just gets a "deer in the headlights" look when overwhelmed, and if he really is overstimulated, he will just run around without any sense of direction or purpose. ... (52 replies)

... During the rhythmic movements, the child may moan or hum. These movements seem to occur during the transition between wakefulness and sleep or from one stage of sleep to another. ... (15 replies)
... dd on her fingers and math word problems blow her away. After much reading and speaking with other parents, I've really come to the conclusion that my daughter's problem is not so much "ADD" but possibly dyslexia and sensory issues. ... (5 replies)
... Great post, Cyndi! Sensory issues are so overlooked because, in my opinion, not many professionals even know about it. ... (52 replies)
... Are we in modern America or back in the stone age!! I don't think so!!!! ... (31 replies)
... f. He actually does great behaviorally in school as well. What I mean is that he does not have tantrums, gets along with the teachers and classmates, etc. His problem is just sitting still and paying attention. He does have tantrums at home, mostly when he is tired or when there is a change in routine. ... (52 replies)
... Lisa, when I looked on Amazon, it looks like the book is all about kids with SIDs. Would the book include information on dealing with ADHD because that is definitely what Cooper has? ... (9 replies)
... Maybe it's Autism and or sensory intergration disorder. I mean no kid is Bad, they just can't always control their own little body or emotions. You have known all along something was wrong. Go with your gut! ... (8 replies)
... My son has an IEP and when he disrupts the classroom is sent down to the Special Needs Room for a time out where the teacher has him do worksheets or sits in a rocking chair (he likes to rock) and listens to soft music. His most difficult time is on the playground where there is absolutely no structure at all and too much stimulation. There are no boundaries. Last year the... (52 replies)
... Low blood sugar can stem from thyroid disorders, liver or pancreatic problems, or adrenal gland abnormalities, or even an insufficient diet. Hypoglycemia can display the same ADHD like symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... HD or not. ... (9 replies)
... ADD, and our oldest, who is 16, is autistic. 3 kids have sensory issues. ... (4 replies)
... hmmmmmmmm well if anyones kid just sits inside and plays video games and watches tv all day then theres an obvious cause of adhd type symptoms... but I think that most kids, even today, still enjoy going outside after school and playing sports, building forts, and that sort of thing. ... (11 replies)
... y want to call ' community living" to have an assessment done on him. At that time a resource teacher came out and did a series of assessments on him. The term sensory integration disorder came up. Some of it I totally understand and can relate it to him, but some doesn't apply at all. ... (7 replies)
... irritable in the 1st few hrs of taking it and probably a little more relaxed during the day. He eats well and had no problem getting to sleep. ... (98 replies)
... o be specific. Meaning when he does try and focus it mentally exhausts him. He is very active and the doctor says this is his defense in keeping his mind alert or "awake". He worked with an occupational therapist for Sensory Integration. He loved it because of all the physical activity. ... (5 replies)

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