A study at the University of Southern California has investigated the link between digital media use and the development of ADHD-related behaviours among 15- and 16-year-olds. This study highlights a potential association between digital media and behavioural symptoms typically associated with ADHD.
In classrooms the idea still prevails that easily distracted children and children with ADHD should not be seated too close to the window since they might be distracted by what is happening outside. ADHD is also often associated with difficulties in executive functioning and attention. Are these symptoms truly the core issue of ADHD? Or could there be a different underlying cause? In this article we will explain how some easily distracted children might be better off sitting closer to the window.
Researchers compare methods of treating ADHD in children and find that Neurofeedback, a medication-free technique, has long-lasting effects, according to a recent study published in the medical journal European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
neuroCare was the proud sponsor of the ADHD Heroes team for the 2017 City2Surf event in Sydney, entered by ‘ADDults with ADHD,’ a charity dedicated to improving the lives of adults and families dealing with ADHD.