l to reach the desired objectives without sufficient involvement of responsible adults who as parents and caregivers should constantly encourage the children to follow the guidelines by giving them positive feedback and modeling good character. PSED cannot support children’s wellbeing in isolation as it essentially relies abundantly on an appropriate role played by influential adults in children’s lives who may be facing different problems. This essay is actually based on contemplating the nature of role played by PSED in children diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in an attempt to evaluate what important literature has to say on the subject. Moreover, this essay will also discuss some general strategies implemented to combat negative behaviors in ADHD children. The aim of the literature review and discussion is to find out how positive feelings could be encouraged in children with ADHD who have disruptive behavioral and gross social interaction issues.
Before advancing to discussion, I would like to introduce a child A aged 36 months who has been diagnosed with ADHD. He lives with both his parents and grandparents and has one younger sister. It is discovered that child A has significant problems in interacting with others and building relationships. To cap the matters, he also has difficulties in concentrating at the nursery which negatively interferes with both his ability to cooperate with the teachers and positively interact with fellow children. It is apparent that this child has sufficient early signs of emotional and social difficulties to keep him from developing positive feelings about himself and others which is why he does not feel confident enough to build strong social relationships. This inability to appropriately interact and adjust in different settings inculcates profound sense of loneliness and hopelessness in a child and if unaddressed, such chaotic issues readily grow into fast driven pandemonium. Therefore, it ...Show more