The best person would be a behavioural specialist to advise on this, but myself I would have been diagnosed with some form of ADD when I was at school had the label have been around then. For me it was finding an interest and focusing on that, I am a well qualified, well paid and in my opinion a very good engineer, maybe apprentiships or vocational learning may grip your child more. Or find ways to help your child find an interest in subjects, find an interest to connect to subjects so it doesn't feel like learning. Most subjects can be made more interesting by subtle introductions of an interest
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