Attention Deficit Disorders with or without Hyperactivity (ADD/ADHD) is defined as a specific learning trouble that manifests itself in the form of attention troubles in every aspect of a child’s life. They can be associated – or not – with hyperactivity.
Motor instability and attention troubles are frequent in children and are not necessarily symptoms of ADD/ADHD. They can also be a way of expressing uneasiness (fear of school failing, anxiety...) differently from adults.
Our specialists carry out neuropsychological evaluations that help to diagnose attention concentration disorders. We also offer a specific follow up of certain troubles, pedagogic adjustments and counselling.
Children with a high-potential are able to reason above the average capacity of other children of their age. Their intellectual functioning is specific. The scientific community sometimes refers to their thinking process as ‘arborescent thinking”.