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Victory Helps Boys with Attention Deficit Disorder

Victory Boys Academy can help your pre-teen boy who struggles with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), a behavior pattern seen as the lack of ability to stay on task, with trouble controlling emotions and staying still, when compared with the general population.  This behavior can hinder your young boy’s ability to finish his work, and function successfully in society.

If your troubled pre-teen is easily sidetracked, has poor organizational skills or jumps from one unfinished assignment to another, they may well be facing the problems of Attention Deficit Disorder.

Precise causes of ADD (also Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD) are unknown but studies show some links with heredity, nutrition and environment.

Helping Pre-teen Boys with Attention Deficit Disorder

Because it’s so easy for pre-teens with ADD or ADHD to be distracted, a large percentage fail to finish high school, or don’t get the kind of grades needed to go on to a good college.  While your child may not completely outgrow their symptoms, they can certainly learn strategies for success, even as a teenager. You don’t want attention deficit to rule their lives!

We Want to Help Your Struggling Young Boy

At Victory Boys Academy, we believe that a program of consistent daily living can help your struggling young boy learn how to make the right decisions. Some boys simply need to learn the love of Christ. Some need a more concentrated effort to catch up in school. Some need to learn the importance of respecting others–and themselves. And some just need a change of environment.

Victory Boys Academy focuses on providing a nurturing learning environment for struggling young boys, in a safe, daily structured program that promotes personal, spiritual and academic growth. One on one discussions and daily interaction with trained staff significantly adds to each boy’s development.

Leading at-risk boys, ages 8-12, to be Godly and upright young men–that’s our purpose!

We want to help your boy dealing with Attention Deficit Disorder.
Please call us today. (417) 246-1114

 

 

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