Coronavirus: stress levels, tensions surge among Hong Kong parents, children with learning difficulties as school closures force adults and kids into ‘cage match’ at home

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Coronavirus: stress levels, tensions surge among Hong Kong parents, children with learning difficulties as school closures force adults and kids into ‘cage match’ at home

Asher*, 11, is attending online classes at home in Hong Kong, but on a typical morning, he is having trouble staying focused and has left his seat numerous times. He ends up playing video games during the Zoom session.Sometimes he even plays video games for the whole day. At night, the Primary Five pupil may get moody and scream, hit his siblings, slam the door or break things trying to release pent-up energy or emotions.His behaviour stems from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)…

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By | 2022-03-20T11:00:22+00:00 March 20th, 2022|Education|Comments Off on Coronavirus: stress levels, tensions surge among Hong Kong parents, children with learning difficulties as school closures force adults and kids into ‘cage match’ at home