Child Psychiatric Services


ADHD :

Diagnostic Criteria for ADHD  Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th Ed. (DSM-IV). American Psychiatric Association.                                                                                    Read More :--        

 

Learning Difficulties :

A parent may be the first person in a child's life to recognize a reading problem. A parent's observation is critical because some of the earliest signs that foreshadow a reading difficulty can be seen during preschool and kindergarten years.                                                                                                  Read More :--

 

Autism :
 

Children with autism typically have issues in 3 crucial areas of development social interaction, language and behavior.

But as a result of autism symptoms vary greatly, 2 children with an equivalent diagnosis might act quite totally differently and have strikingly different skills. In most cases, though, severe autism is marked by a whole inability to speak or interact with other people.Some children show signs of autism in early infancy. different children might develop normally for the primary few months or years of life however then suddenly become withdrawn, become aggressive or lose language skills they’ve already acquired.           Read More :--

 

Behavioral Problems :

Types of Behavioral Problems :

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) :

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is a type of behavior problem in which children are openly hostile, uncooperative, and irritable. They lose their tempers and are mean and spiteful towards others. They often do things to deliberately annoy other people. Most of their defiant behaviour is directed at authority figures, but they also sometimes behave the same way towards their siblings, playmates, or classmates. Their home life, school life, and peer relationships are seriously negatively affected because of the way they think and behave.

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Child Psychiatric Problem :

F70 - F79  MENTAL RETARDATION

Detailed clinical diagnostic criteria that can be used internationally for research cannot be specified for mental retardation in the same way as they can for most of the other disorders in Chapter V (F). This is because the two main components of mental retardation, namely low cognitive ability and diminished social competence, are both profoundly affected by social and cultural influences in the way that they become manifest. Only general guidance can be given here about the most appropriate methods of assessment to use. Read More :--