The organization Hypper empowers children and teenagers with hyper creativity, hyper activity, or those with ADHD, while creating a friendly environment for the children and teenagers
We provide seven-week creative activities & exhibitions together with transformative learning for the children and teenagers (8-19-year-old) during school vacation.
We offer sessions for parents and teachers to embrace their high energy students and children. For teachers, we provide teaching methods. For parents, we provide awareness about foods & drinks, health, and tips & advise for empowering their children.
We create awareness campaigns about how culture, education, and other issues affect the children and teenagers. This solution includes, but is not limited to: storytelling, articles, comics, social media, petitions, and gamification.
ADHD or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a condition with symptoms that include excessive restlessness, poor attention, and impulsive acts. There are three major presentations of ADHD: predominantly inattentive, in which children and adolescents have problems concentrating and focusing; predominantly hyperactive-impulsive, in which children and adolescents experience impulsivity and excess activity; and combined type, in which children and adolescents experience symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity (American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 2013).
children and teenagers worldwide have ADHD
children and teenagers in Thailand have ADHD
are committed by ADHD children and teenagers
did not complete high school
did not have a higher degree
Due to an unfriendly environment for children and teenagers who are not reacting according to certain cultural expectations, hyper creativity, hyper activity or those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) , have an increased risk of life failure and dropout in both high school and college. In fact, at least two-thirds of them, have a problem with co-existing conditions during their lifetime, which makes this risk even higher
In top-down education, asking a question is a sign of not preparing for a class or not having learned. It is a shameful thing to do. So, most of the students prefer to be a good student by remain quite, sit all day and listen.
Whatever elderly people say it is right and it is always good for the children. Whenever they start to question, the elder always say “when you grow up, you will understand.” Consequently, the children do not have a space to think for themselves.
A clinical interview test to diagnose ADHD does not have yet a global standard one. Moreover, especially in conservative & hierarchical culture, whoever is different is not accepted. It doesn’t matter whether someone is just hyper, very creative, or maybe has ADHD, everyone is labeled with a disorder. But no one looks at the possible causes: soft drink, fast food, computer games, mobile phones, TV, no physical activity, and not going out or running around at the playground.
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