How to understand a child with hyperactivity and attention deficit

Do not blame yourself or your child for their behavior.
It’s not your fault that you have a “difficult” child, you give him a good upbringing. The child, in turn, is not to blame for what he is. Even if he wants to focus on being asked to sit quietly, he just cannot do it. He needs to move, sort out something in his hands, replace one thing with another. Remember that your child has no abnormalities, he is special. To understand a hyperactive child, you need to pay more attention to him and deal with him.
Stay calm in all situations.
A hyperactive child cannot sit still and creates havoc throughout the apartment. He constantly breaks something, throws objects on the floor, tears books, etc. Of course, every child can do this, but a child with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder does this more often and on a larger scale.The most important thing here is not to lose heart and not scream at the child, or worse, apply physical punishment.
Be strict but kind parents
Try, as rarely as possible to say "no", not "," not. If there is a ban on any action, then the rest of the family members should deny this to the child. Spread your bans on behavioral abnormalities: behave calmly in public places, do not take away toys from other children and do not beat them. Teach your child to properly communicate with others and restrain negative emotions.
Create a family atmosphere
Avoid conflict situations between family members, communicate more with the child and connect it to the conversation. If possible, allocate a separate room for the child without a computer, telephone, or television, so as not to interfere with his work and not distract from classes. Enter a strict day regimen that not only the hyperactive child should adhere to, but also the parents. Instead of watching television in the evening, play with the child in board games with the whole family, who are focusing attention.
Know your child in the game
Watch what role he likes to play, how he behaves in different situations. It is important to achieve a trusting relationship with the child, to become his best friend. Learn his opinion and desires.
Give the child a job
First, you can tidy up his room together, clean the floors, dishes, etc., and then enter these actions into his duties. Tasks should not exceed his abilities. Draw a colorful schedule of work and make sure that everything would be done to the end. If the "difficult" child refuses to continue, then give him a break, and then gently ask him to finish the job. If he doesn’t even want to finish the case, then give punishment, for example, sit on a chair for 10 minutes or wash the dishes. Do not forget to encourage and praise the child.