Concentration is the action or power of focusing one’s attention or mental effort on something.
Whilst most children find that paying attention can be hard work at times. It can sometimes be a bigger challenge for children with autism spectrum disorder or ADHD.
If your child suffers from Concentration Deficit Disorder, he might have persistent difficulty concentrating, and he might stares or looks blank when he is asked a question. He is slow-moving, lethargic, drowsy, or sleepy during the day and could come across as withdrawn, which could affect his social life.
Concentration is so very important for learning. For some, being able to concentrate in a busy environment such as in a classroom or in an environment where there is a lot of noise around can be very challenging and even stressful. Providing a quiet and non-distracting environment to concentrate and then learn in can be very powerful. You can use a sensory room to create this type of place. It can be a quiet space where the environment can be setup to help achieve good concentration and attention.
Did we know that we offer FREE 3D Room DesignService? If you need assistance with designing a sensory space just get in touch with us. With the help from our expert sensory advisors we can help you create the perfect environment for your particular needs.
Contact our sensory experts today if you want to find out more how Experia can help you change lives. Call on 0800 612 6077 or send us an email.
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