|1. As early as possible to get children to live in a rule. By applying the rules consistently, children can learn to control his emotions.|
2. As early as possible to give confidence and responsible for what children should and can do.
3. Know yourself and psychological conditions of children. By identifying, parents will not give excessive pressure, which can cause rejection of the child to do what he should do.
|4. Strive to provide learning spaces that are far from disturbance television, toys or noise. |
5. As early as possible to do continuous monitoring and evaluation, and consistent with the treatment being carried out by your child.
6. Familiarize children to express their emotions in writing or drawing.
7. Arrange child diet, avoid foods and beverages with sugar and high carbohydrate.
8. Invite your child to places of recreation are wonderful. This will help children to think positive.
9. Invite your child to calm down. For example with deep breathing in and out through the mouth. This exercise can be done repeatedly.
It would be better if parents also seek to gain support in the "accompanying" children with ADHD. For example, join the community of parents with children with special needs. It is important to build self-confidence of parents in educating children and get moral support to deal with it.