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Managing Inattention, Impulsivity, and Hyperactivity: Tips for Families—Mental Health Toolkit

Inattention and impulsivity are normal for young children. But by the time they’re in school, most children can pay attention for a longer time and can think and plan before they act. If your school-aged child behaves more like what you would expect from a younger child, this behavior may be a sign of a problem.

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