Traumatic Brain Injury May Lead to Higher Risk of ADHD
One study now suggests that “young children who are hospitalized with head injuries may be at higher than average risk for developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) later on.”
In fact, the study found up to about one in five kids with a TBI develops ADHD, roughly twice the diagnosis rate among typically developing school-age children.
Even though we don’t always know what causes ADHD, we do know the brain is moldable and shapable. This is the known as neuroplasticity and is the foundation of Play Attention. Play Attention provides you with advanced technology specifically designed to help you develop the cognitive skills necessary to improve mental function, self-regulation, and executive function.
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