• For all children from 0 to 7 years old;
  • For children whose parents want to ensure them an advantage over others in motor, mental and emotional development;
  • For improving the health of children
  • For children with difficulties in various areas of development.

The impaired synchronization between the elements that build the personality (motor skills, knowledge, language and emotions) leads to excessive or insufficient investment in the different areas of development. Then we observe different behaviors in children.

When there is an excessive or insufficient attention in motor development

  • They have an unstable and tense body posture;
  • They cannot keep control of their movements;
  • Their movement is constant and / or chaotic and they do not weigh the risk of falling and being injured;
  • They often bump into objects, stumble and hit;
  • They have stiff and sharp movements;
  • They lack of good concentration. Attention is selective and easily distracting;
  • It is hard for them to complete one activity from beginning to the end;
  • They interrupt others as they speak; they do not wait their turn;
  • They may have difficulties in speaking;
  • They get angry about various things;
  • Sometimes they demonstrate stubborn behavior and  doesn’t want to hear what is being said to them;
  • Usually parents are worried that their child is hyperactive (there may be a child psychiatrist’s opinion);
  • They have a flaccid body posture;
  • They prefer to play static games or watch television;
  • They have clumsy and slow movements;
  • They may not want or are unable to put on their shoes, dress, undress, climb and / or climb stairs alone by themselves, although they are over three years old;
  • They master the pelvic-reservoir functions at a later stage;
  • It is hard to carry out activities related to more precise use of the fingers of their hands – feeding, drawing, button fastening, zipper, etc .;
  • They refuse to self-care because they find it difficult;
  • The parent may cannot always refuse them anything they want and  “and they get it “
  • They are smiling and radiant (“Baby face”) and say “no” to everything with a smile;
  • Parents seek counseling led by concerns that the child does not follow the rules, does not speak, cannot or does not want to to take care of themselves, refuses to go to kindergarten, uses diapers when over 3 years of age;

When there is an excessive or insufficient attention in knowledge we observe

  • They show high cognitive skills from an early age;
  • They quickly remember numbers, letters, signs, colors, animals;
  • They love to draw, arrange puzzles and constructors;
  • They may have highly developed language skills, but they may also have impairments in expressive speech
  • They are great perfectionists – they get angry easily if it doesn’t work out the way they want from the first time;
  • They are high tempered;
  • They don’t follow the rules and refuse to do their duties;
  • It is hard to communicate with peers;
  • Parents seek for consultation with a child psychologist about rebellious behavior or because their child is biting its nails, doesn’t want to eat, biting, pinching, beating children, and does not want to go to kindergarten or school.
  • It is hard for them to accept new information;
  • It is hard for them to understand and remember what is being explained to them;
  • They don’t want to be engaged in activities related to cognitive skills;
  • They don’t want to try or give up before they start, because they find it quite complicated;
  • They are quiet and obedient – they may disagree, but they won’t mind. Someone will understand the disapproval in tear-filled eyes;
  • Avoid violent children and leaders
  • Executive and tidy, even meticulous;
  • Quiet and immersed in themselves. They may have lack of confidence that they can handle their peers equally;
  • Accompanying behavior may be can be: refusal to go to toilet, nighttime urination, stuttering, asthma attacks, unwillingness to go to kindergarten or school, preferences for certain foods or unwillingness to eat in kindergarten, striving not to get dirty.

When there are an excessive or insufficient attention in language:

  • They speak a lot and in a loud voice;
  • They like to keep the attention in themselves, constantly telling adults something;
  • They move constantly as they speak;
  • They interrupt others – they always want to say first;
  • They command and often take matters into their own hands because they “know everything”;
  • They play with many children and always want to be leaders in the game;
  • They often attract attention by shouting;
  • Parents need support because of night fears, nighttime urges, fear of balloons or celebrations with clowns and animators, unwillingness to sleep alone, getting up at night.
  • The words they use are very few and incomprehensible, although they are three years old;
  • If they want something, they pull the adult’s hand and show what they want without talking;
  • They look as if they do not understand what you are talking about and it is hard to have a dialogue with them;
  • They choose whom to talk to and whom not to – in most cases they do not want to talk at all to adults;
  • They are very passionate about their own world of games and fantasies;
  • They play alone on the playground and are not interested in other children, don’t play with them or show interest in their games;
  • They do not look in the eyes of the person who speaks to them;
  • They walk on their toes;
  • They prefer to play on phones or tablets;
  • Impatient, they quickly become restless when standing in one and the same place;
  • They refuse to eat unless they are in front of a TV or phone;
  • They use a telephone or tablet to accomplish daily tasks;
  • They don’t seek the attention of adults;
  • They play the same games all the time;
  • They are nimble and sassy;
  • A leading reason for seeking a specialist (speech therapist or neurologist) is the language development of the child and the unwillingness to communicate with adults or other children. Parents say they are worried that the child may be autistic or already have an opinion from a psychiatrist about early childhood autism.

When there is an excessive or insufficient attention about emotions:

  • They are with low social skills;
  • It is hard for them to communicate with peers;
  • Offending or destroying other people’s belongings or games;
  • They cannot control their anger;
  • They scream;
  • They are often angry;
  • They like to impose and command the adults, shaking and resisting whatever is required of them;
  • They happen to hit when they are angry, no matter who stands against them – mom, dad, grandma;
  • They do not follow the rules and refuse to do their duties;
  • They are usually the only child in the family or are the first child of two or more;
  • Parents can’t handle them – they feel helpless.
  • They are relentless and do not resist when another child picks up the toy or destroys it;
  • They tend to agree with everything so that the others are not angry with them;
  • They are clearheaded and don’t dare to take a step spontaneously;
  • In an unfamiliar environment, they stand tight to their mother. It takes a long time to become curious and interested in new and unfamiliar things;
  • They refuse to cooperate, do not engage in the inclusion process, and prefer to stand idly by;
  • Even when required to engage in a particular activity, they resist;
  • Sometimes they look like they don’t hear you;
  • They do not play with the children, but watch them;
  • Parents are worried that their child is too shy, in the morning crying a lot in kindergarten, they are often ill, they have food intolerance and follows diets; keeps away from others.
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