These questions are guidelines for parents. If the child has any of these problems, then he needs to be attended to



Is the child

  • Easily distracted.
  • Misses details.
  • Frequently switches from one activity to another.
  • Having difficulty in maintaining focus on a task.
  • Becomes bored with a task after just a few minutes.
  • Not listening when spoken to.
  • Day dreaming often.
  • Having difficulty in processing information.
  • Hyperactive.
  • Having difficulty in planning and organizing a task.
  • Having delayed speech.
  • Having poor eye contact.
  • Unable to engage socially or emotionally with caregiver.
  • Having stereotypical body movement.
  • Having preferences for solitary play.
  • Displaying marked need for sameness.