Many of the below-mentioned symptoms are evident in diagnosed conditions such as Dyslexia, Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). However, there are many children who experience some of these difficulties at varying levels who do not have a specific diagnosed condition.
- Inability to sit still or pay attention
- Concentration and focus difficulties
- Reading problems
- Difficulty with maths
- Poor listening skills
- Problems with sequencing
- Poor hand-eye co-ordination
- Slow processing information
- Speech and articulation problems
- Poor pencil grip and handwriting
- Difficulty copying from the board
- Homework frustration
- Balance and coordination problems
- Difficulty riding a bike
- Poor organisation skills
- Slow to learn how to tell the time
- Problems tying shoe laces
- Travel sickness
- Difficulty maintaining friendships
- Low confidence and self-esteem
It is really wonderful to see how much she has come on. She exudes confidence.
Mother of a 5 year old girl.