They flee from me


They flee from me, that sometimes did me seek With naked foot , stalking in my chamber. I have seen them gentle, tame and meek. That now are wild, and do not remember. That sometimes they put themselves in danger. To take bread at my hand; and they range. Busily seeking with a continual change.

Thanked be fortune it hath been otherwise. Twenty times better;but once in special,. In thin array, after a pleasant guise,. When her loose gown from her shoulders did fal’ and she me caught in her arms long and small, Therewith all sweetly did me kiss. And softly said, ‘ dear heart’ how like you this?

It was no dream; I lay broad waking; But all is turned, thorough my gentleness ,. Into a strange fashion of forsaking; And I have leave to go of her goodness ,. And she also to use newfangleness. But since that I so kindly am served,. I would fain know what she hath deserved. Thomas Wyatt( 1503-1547)

A friend of Wyatt. Their names are usually coupled in English literary history for introducing the sonnet form. Many of his poems were first published in Tottels. Miscellany (1557) He modified the Petrarchan sonnet form which is now known as the shaksperean sonnet because Shakespeare perfected it.

ADHD Signs in young children


Let’s talk about the early symptoms of ADHD in smaller children. If a child has been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (borderline high functioning) and combined-type ADHD-C .

Let’s talk first

  • What ADHD stands for?
  • What ADHD means?
  • What ADHD looks like?
  • Common symptoms of ADHD
  • Does my child has ADHD?
  • How to get your child tested for ADHD?

ADHD stands for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. A professional psychologist or a clinical psychologist can treat these type of children. If it is moderate or severe , so that medical treatment is advisable.

A person with ADHD has differences in brain development and brain activity that affect attention, the ability to sit still, and self-control . ADHD can affect a child at school, at home, and among friends.

There are three types of ADHD

1. The inattentive type, which people used to called ADD.

You can identify these children:-

– they are not overly active

– unfocused type

– get boring easily

– not disruptive

2. The hyperactive – impulsive type

  • May run into the street
  • Hit others
  • Can’t sit still .

Types 3 :- Which is the most common is a combination of both type

How can you identify your child has ADHD?

  1. Constent motion
  2. Talking excessively
  3. Interrupting
  4. Intruding
  5. Trouble player
  6. Frequently forgetting
  7. Easily side tracking
  8. Squirming and fidgetting
  9. Acting impulsively
  10. Not finishing tasks

A child shouldn’t receive a dianosdia of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, unless the core symptoms of ADHD starts early in life before the age of 12.

Language delays can be mistaken for ADHD

So children preschool or younger age suspected of having ADHD is more likely to need evaluation by a specialist psychologist or counselor

Speech pathologist

Developmental pediatrician

They will check with the symptoms with the diagnosis of DSM -5

ADHD rating scales

Medical issues

Personal and family medical history

Information gathering from school records, interviews and questionnaire, family members and people who know your child well.

Medical examination

Keep in your mind that the symptoms of ADHD

Concentration problems

Hyperactivity can be confused with other disorders and medical problem like learning disabilities

Emotional issues

Which require tottaly different treatment just because it looks like a ADHD doesn’t mean.

The mental health professionals assessing the problem should also look at the following factors.

When did the symptoms start?

The symptoms started at the younger age

How long have been bothering it in your child?

examine at least 6 months

When and where do the symptoms appear?

It may appear at home or school.

Who can diagnose ADHD?

Physician

Psychologist

Clinical social worker

Get recommendations from school authorities

Conclusion

Now you should know how to find a specialist and get your child the diagnose they needed. He will inform you that,based on the findings.