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Title: TDA-H más que un simple trastorno
Authors: Becerril Muñoz, Rosa
Director: Lleonart Sitjar, Ariadna
Other: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Keywords: ADHD
Issue Date: 9-Jun-2011
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Type: Bachelor Thesis
Abstract: The ADHD is a disorder that affects not only the child and their learning difficulties, but their relationships, their environment are disrupted. That causes child with ADHD a sense of loneliness and insecurity that affects negatively and directly to his self esteem, which further increases their problems. It is therefore important that families and schools form an alliance in combating this disorder, by involving the child in this struggle, where the trio family-school-ADHDchild have to work symbiotically, so that the child can overcome all the difficulties that this disorder carries with him. Early diagnosis is essential, but we should start working since the first alarm which often wakes up in the school. This will alleviate and even avoid some of the obstacles that the ADHD child will have to go beyond, to initiate his proper treatment.
Language: Spanish
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