Thank you for filling in our questionnaire! Here is the result:
RESULT: MEDIUM – HIGH
This score indicates that you have a medium to high rating on the inattention scale.
The inability to attend can be detrimental in a learning environment, if a child has the tendency to day dream, get easily distracted, and become unable to retain information given in class.
There are interventions to enhance attention abilities and increase the child’s capacity for learning.
Speak to one of our psychologists to help address specific challenges your child might be experiencing based on his/her unique brain profile.
This scale is not a comprehensive diagnostic tool of inattention nor is it a substitute for a comprehensive assessment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/HD). ADD/HD is a clinical disorder that requires a brain diagnostic analysis and often intervenes heavily in every day functioning and/or learning. Click here to learn more about ADD/HD.
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