Video games are mostly considered a fun pastime. These virtual worlds can be an effective learning tool for children with learning and thinking disabilities. Our expert says that videogames are more likely to teach children how to follow directions and read them than those who don’t.
Jodi Gold MD, a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist, weighs in on video games for ADHD children. There are many benefits to video games, but there are also some challenges parents of ADHD children should be aware of.
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