Making and keeping friends is tough for some children with ADHD. While your child has strengths, it is the weak executive functions — the management system of the brain — that affect their social skills.
These brain-based processes determine how they behave in social situations.After a year of social distancing, children with ADHD may need to practice being together.
A year without play dates has made social interactions more challenging for all children, especially those with ADHD. Lack of practice, lagging maturity, fewer social models, and weak executive functions mean that they are struggling.Read more on additudemag.com