Many children and adults are diagnosed at various stages of their lives with attention deficit disorders or other learning disorders. Attention Deficit Disorder is characterized as a neurodevelopmental disorder that includes a combination of challenges in the following areas (all or some of them):
- Inability to concentrate for an extended period of time
- Inability to ignore stimulants
- Lack of attention to details
- Lack of organization
Those who suffer from hyperactivity in addition to ADD must face restlessness, the need to constantly move, and more. In recent years, an understanding has developed that a student’s ability to understand and process the content taught is not only a factor of the academic level of the content, but also of the immediate learning environment: good writing materials and ample space are also conditions for learning.