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Tying shoelaces may seem like a small task, but for school-aged children, it can be a significant milestone in developing fine motor skills and fostering a sense of independence. If a child can’t do this easily and independently, it may lead to frustration and embarrassment. Find out strategies to support this.
ADHD is a commonly diagnosed childhood disorder, and there are many other reasons for childlren to display ADHD like behaviours and mannerisms. A child with ADHD and/or related symptoms can struggle in many settings and easily become dysregulated. There are many treatment and management options that can help support these symptoms. A specially trained physiotherapist who works with children can help be a part of the solution for helping kids with ADHD symptoms.
We hear a lot about kids needing to learn to regulate better, and have better self-regulation. There are many strategies taught to kids to improve on this. Something that is a fundamental part of children learning to self-regulate is ‘co-regulation’. Learn more about what this is and how it can help improve a child’s self-regulation.