Getting distracted is normal for young children and most children have times when they are restless and forgetful. Busy days, sleepless nights and ill health all take their toll on small children. In general, the most common causes for lack of concentration among children include tiredness and late nights, poor diet and lack of parental interest.
When necessary however, most children will be able to concentrate on a task and complete it, be that task tidying their room, reading a book or doing their homework. Being able to concentrate means that children can keep their minds focused on a task for a reasonable period of time, the length of time depending on the age of the child.
Cherished Baby and Child looks at the reasons for poor concentration and how to manage it. We explain how we treat children at our clinic with issues such as anxiety, poor focus and concentration and behaviour.
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