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Children on the go Part 1 (Teacher: Michael)

Children who never sit cause great disruption both at home and outside. I them in the surgery. All is relatively quiet until a small package of human energy rushes in. looks exhausted but the child is full of life and only manages to sit for about three seconds before rushing around again.

Next thing, you , the consulting looks as if a bomb hit it. The paper clips on the desk scattered, plants knocked over and the child climbed onto the window frame and jumped and on my weighing scales before I "good morning".

My first thought is that this wilfully disobedient child is suffering from lack of parental discipline. But when it is obvious that the parents trying their best to control the child - and the child doesn't a blind bit of notice - there another underlying problem. Some parents, teachers and doctors label children this as 'over-active' but it is best not to bundle them all under one label.

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