Your child has possible minor problems with their sensory motor skills.
What this means:
Your child may be experiencing problems with concentration or paying attention for longer periods of time. They may find it difficult to complete tasks within a specific timeframe.
They may be having trouble keeping up with their peers in social, academic, and/or sport activities and struggle to be a leader in the group or the top student in their class.
All of this means they’re probably experiencing frustration during the performance of many tasks.
You may notice increased fatigue towards the end of the day, as your child has to put in extra effort to keep up.
What to do next:
Correct these minor sensory motor skill problems using CoordiChild Advanced. This will ensure your child develops optimally and saves the child from unnecessary frustration and anxiety.