Attention deficit and hyperactivity syndrome
According to child psychiatrists, hyperactive children are children with vividly expressed hyper-dynamic syndrome, which manifests itself via excessive restiveness, restlessness and movements of a child. Hyperactivity in children is visible, first of all, in disordered fine motility. The movements of a hyperactive child are imprecise, awkward and sweeping; the child can’t spend a minute without moving. Also, children like that are very talented. They are distinguishable for high intellectual abilities, being unordinary in everything. The hyperactivity diagnosis must be made by a qualified specialist only.
Parents need to help their child and use a comprehensive approach when treating hyperactivity. One of the most efficient methods of treating hyperactivity in children is dolphin therapy.
Dolphins are very communicable, friendly and sociable animals. Few people experience any anxieties watching them, and children become very attached to them. During sessions, all children are trying to communicate with dolphins and find the rights ways of contacting and interacting with them.
After dolphin therapy sessions, hyperactive children become quieter, more relaxed and focused. While playing with dolphins, hyperactive children are learning to focus attention on tasks given by a dolphin therapist, which is the basis for successful self-organization in life.