Thank you for filling in our questionnaire! Here is the result:
YOUR RESULT: LOW
This score indicates that you have a low rating on the inattention scale.
The inability to attend can be detrimental in the context of learning, if a child often day dreams, is easily distracted and is unable to retain information given in class.
There are holistic, science-based interventions to enhance attention and increase a child’s capacity for attention and learning.
Speak to one of our psychologists to get specific recommendations based on your child’s unique profile.
This scale is not intended as a diagnostic test of inattention nor is it a substitute for a comprehensive assessment of Attention Deficit and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/HD). ADD/HD is a clinical disorder that requires a brain diagnostic investigation among other neuropsychological assessments and often interferes heavily in every day functioning and/or learning. Click here to learn more about ADHD.
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