Monthly Archives: August 2014
Do you know that children affected with ADHD have three times greater risk of convergence insufficiency?
Children with ADHD often get either a delayed diagnosis or no diagnosis of ocular disorder. In addition, doctors treating a child with ADHD rarely consider arranging for an eye examination to detect ocular malfunction. Children affected with ADHD have three … Continue reading
Studies show that exercise, especially activities such as martial arts, gymnastics, ballet or ice skating that involve sequencing and memorization of movements, have great benefits for children with ADHD. “A discipline, such as that provided by martial arts, provides the … Continue reading