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Attention Problems: What Can Be Fixed?

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...

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Attention Problems and Behavior Problems

What's the connection and can they be fixed?

For an ADHD child who's experienced failure or frustration at school, has a difficult time making friends, cannot process multiple step instructions, and who likely has poor self-esteem, defiance or misbehavior seem inevitable.

The off switch or filtering in their brains works differently, so they often have impulse control issues and a frequent lack of control over what they blurt out. Couple that with failure and frustration, and you have the...

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New Play Attention Certified Center & Reseller in Beijing, China

Play Attention is pleased and excited to announce the grand opening of our first Certified Center and Exclusive distributor in China. The center is called JoyCus, the combination of Joy and Focus. Our chief operations officer, Gwen Sorley, had the great pleasure of training the JoyCus staff, attending their press conferences, and assisting with their grand opening.

We are greatly impressed with JoyCus' attention to detail, professionalism, and knowledge of the Play Attention program. We welcome...

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ADHD Children: Aggression Within Social Circles

What makes my sweet child so aggressive at times?

Have you ever asked yourself, Why is my child a bully to other kids? Why am I constantly saying, Keep your hands to yourself, or, Don't hit your brother, hes not your punching bag?

According to Dr. Barkley, clinical scientist and researcher in the field of ADHD, it is due to the Emotional Dysregulation facet of ADHD, which refers to deficits in inhibiting and regulating emotions. This facet of ADHD also contributes to the propensity to develop...

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