September 21, 2011

Amela dan ADHD

Selasa lalu aku dan hubby ade appoinment dekat PPUM. This is our first session with the proff.aili staff. After our session with prof.aili, she just direcly asked whether we want to care Amela or not. Of course ler nak. Cuma skarang keadaan dah mixed up and Amela sangat jarang berada dirumah ibubapanya sendiri. Bukan itu sahaja, dengan tantrum dia yang high level memang pening dan mencabar keimanan.

So during the meeting proff.aili assistant, we tell her a lot of thing. Amela being diagnose as ADHD kid make us wondering, what's that. Is he really fall under that group? Or he just playing with our feeling due to our past mistake which we never really care and give him the attention he needs. Worst, we bought him toys and give him what he want that makes some materialistic minded also effect him?

Whatever it is, our intention is to ensure our relationship with hin get bettter, he reduce his tantrum, he don't runn from school and danger himself, shouting here and there and hurt me whenever he tantrum.

A lot of things had been discussed with Miss Fara, the assistant. So something had been planned and must be done because she want to see us again after one month for progress update. I'll share what we are going to do to overcome this next time. Please wish me luck!

What is ADHD: A General Overview

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder characterized by a persistent pattern of inattention and/or hyperactivity/impulsivity that occurs in academic, occupational, or social settings. Problems with attention include making careless mistakes, failing to complete tasks, problems staying organized and keeping track of things, becoming easily distracted, etc. Problems with hyperactivity can include excessive fidgetiness and squirminess, running or climbing when it is not appropriate, excessive talking, and being constantly on the go. Impulsivity can show up as impatience, difficulty awaiting one's turn, blurting out answers, and frequent interrupting. Although many individuals with ADHD display both inattentive and hyperactive/impulsive symptoms, some individuals show symptoms from one group but not the other. Credit to
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