Behaviour and Concentration
Behaviour and concentration are crucial in order to sustain attention to an activity, whether that is learning new skills, interacting with others or playing independently or with others. Difficulties with behaviour and concentration can socially isolate children (as well as their caregivers) and also contribute to learning difficulties.
Children who struggle with behaviour and concentration can have difficulties with:
How Rise can help:
Our Therapists specialise in helping children develop effective sensory reactions as well as developing strategies to support appropriate behaviour and attention. Both Occupational Therapists and Speech Therapists help children develop play skills (independent play as well as with others) including turn taking, planning how to play, and interacting with others. As these skills are developed and maintained, children learn how to regulate themselves.