Or you can see another picture, a person whose work is excellent, but it is working exceptionally long hours for the work done, seems overly sensitive to comments, may have difficulties in his private life due to poor financial management or friction with your spouse, or seems to have a problem with alcohol or drugs. The first step for that person (and may be you, the administrator) is a medical diagnosis by a physician who has knowledge of the DDA. If the diagnosis is for ADD, your doctor will prescribe one of several drugs. Medication helps the brain to function effectively, but may not be enough. The second step is to seek the help of a trained technician in AD that can help see where and how it is affecting your life and guide Add in the development of strategies for managing issues and the use of their strengths. Here are some tips for dealing with employees who may be affected by AD. *- Recognize that the problem is not willful disobedience or moral failure, but neurological. *- Provide lots of encouragement and positive guidance, negative criticism given.
*- To help them adapt to their working environment to their personal needs. *- Provide support systems to help with the paper work and tasks of detail that is choking for people with ADD. *- Provide an experienced trainer in the problems of ADD. Coaching for ADD focuses on understanding how it affects Add the client and the construction of structures to manage daily tasks. To conclude, Mr. or Ms.
Manager, if you’re worried about your product or baseline, looking for the strengths of its employees and help everyone to do what he / she is good and will reward you richly. * Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a name not very useful. It is not an attention deficit but of attention inconsistency. A person with ADD can pay attention very well to things that are interesting and therefore stimulating, but have difficulty controlling their attention in situations that do not find stimulation. Attention Deficit and / or hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the current term as defined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM IV) American Psychiatric Association. The current understanding of the researchers is that there are two different problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder that can occur together or separately. Hyperactivity is well known as a problem in children, but usually disappears during adolescence, attention problems tend to persist in adults.