Thank you for filling in our questionnaire! Here is the result:
YOUR RESULT: MEDIUM-HIGH
This score indicates that you have a medium to high score on the hyperactivity/impulsivity scale.
Problem of hyperactivity/impulsivity can be detrimental in learning environment, as children are often unable to follow class’ rules to stay seated silently.
There are holistic, science-based interventions to reduce hyperactivity/impulsivity and increase the child’s capacity for learning.
Speak to one of our psychologists to address specific challenges your child might be experiencing based on his/her unique brain profile.
This scale is not intended as a diagnostic test of hyperactivity nor is it a substitute for a comprehensive assessment of Attention-Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). ADHD is a clinical disorder that requires a brain diagnostic assessment, among other neuropsychological tests and often intervenes heavily in every day functioning and/or learning. Contact us to learn more about ADHD.
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