You can do far more than you'd think.
Can't pay attention. Can't finish homework. Trouble with social skills. Intelligent, but doing poorly at school or work. Struggling with behavior.
Our brain is our greatest asset, but what do we do when it doesn't function optimally? Are we stuck? No.
The brain is incredibly moldable. Scientists refer to this as neuroplasticity. It constantly rewires itself based on its exposure to the environment. Learn multiplication tables? The brain rewires itself. Learn a new word? The brain rewires itself. Learn karate or to play the piano? The brain rewires itself. We've known this for many years. We know how this works even down to the molecular level. Do we apply it to attention problems? No. Odd isn't it?
Attention is a skill. So, how do we teach it? It's relatively easy to teach multiplication tables; you can use things like flashcards, blocks, and...