At Home Natural ADHD Treatment Evaluation
Intelligence Integration teaches you different ways to evaluate the symptoms of your child’s learning or behavioral difficulty such as attention deficit disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity (ADD ADHD), dyslexia in the comfort of your home. Though learning difficulties can take many forms, evaluating at-home is a natural and simple process designed for nearly every physical ability level.
In the book, readers are provided with the tools to determine whether training with the program may be helpful to you or your child. Now you can discover how it’s possible for a child with symptoms of ADD or ADHD to be struggling with hypersensitive senses or poor bilateral communication (how well the brain’s left and right hemispheres communicate with each other). You can also be guided through a natural training program that can help him to improve the ADD-ADHD symptoms. Here is one way to find out how.
What does the natural evaluation include?
The evaluation looks at two systems in-depth:
a) Motor coordination
b) Sensory function
When observing your child as he performs any exercise, look for signs of tension in his body. You may even notice symptoms that would typically be classified as attention disorders like ADD or ADHD, including hyperactivity, poor focus, impulsive behavior and so forth. The more tension he experiences when practicing a given exercise, the more likely that area of his functioning causes him to struggle with tasks involving learning or behavior management.
"Moshe Elbaum's book will inspire parents and therapists by clearly elucidating children's basic everyday challenges; his unique understanding and techniques for overcoming these challenges are now easily accessible to implement at home. This book is essential reading for every parent, teacher, therapist and caregiver."
Dr. Sharon Herzfeld, Integrative Neurology and Holistic Medicine
Examining Motor Coordination
The natural motor coordination assessment measures the child’s gross, fine, and eye motor abilities.
Gross motor ability: the proficiency of the child’s bilateral coordination (i.e., communication between the brain’s left and right hemispheres)
When a person’s bilateral coordination is not functioning optimally, it can affect all types of motor control: gross, fine, and eye motor. Poor bilateral coordination can also cause a person to be unable to manage his emotional impulses; to respond disproportionately to certain events; to feel detached from his emotions; or to have great difficulty being or staying organized. It can also create symptoms of ADD-ADHD.
Eye motor ability: the ability to move the eyes in specific directions at will through exercises unique to the method
A lack of proficiency in eye motor control can cause difficulties in areas such as reading, dyslexia, concentration (or other ADD-ADHD symptoms), sports, posture, spatial awareness and other visual-motor activities. Weak eye muscles can also cause dizziness, nausea, and poor balance.
Fine motor ability: evaluates the ability to coordinate each finger and each of its joints consciously through exercises unique to the method
Lack of proficiency in the fingers and hands can cause difficulties with writing, typing, drawing, getting dressed, eating with utensils, etc. This type of difficulty like others will cause an enormous amount of tension to build and accumulate in the muscles and may produce behaviors that attempt to mask, suppress, or express the tension whether consciously or unconsciously. It also can create symptoms of ADD-ADHD.
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Examining the Senses
In many cases, symptoms of ADD and ADHD occur simply because of the body’s sensory functioning. The body is a receptacle for many kinds of input by way of its senses. In response to what a person senses, the body and brain produce various outputs. Therefore, anything sensed or sensed strongly in the environment which causes tension disorder in a person’s body may cause him to try to suppress or release that tension, sometimes by fidgeting, tapping, talking at length, high distractibility, shouting, aggressive behavior, isolation, and so forth.
Consider a child whose ears are hypersensitive (i.e., over-functioning). Imagine this child in a classroom filled with constant noise and constant changes in the level of noise. The inputs (various sounds) because they are not modulated properly by the child’s brain will create tension that accumulates in the muscles of his body throughout the course of a day. Like water building up behind a dam, the tension will need to find a way to release itself. How the tension disorder is released depends on the child’s environment, temperament, and so on. What can sometimes happen is that the child becomes labeled with a “fixed” diagnosis that indicates he is unable to function normally or properly in school. Through natural treatment training, it can be possible for him to improve his condition.
Now you can help you or your child to overcome ADD and ADHD