Why might Moshi be useful for a child struggling with ADHD?
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a condition that affects a person’s behavior. Children who present with ADHD may seem restless, have trouble concentrating, and may act on impulse. Moshi can be a personal experience and does not require the intervention of an adult. This means it can be an empowering journey for a child who can struggle with their behavior and who may be unaware of their actions and responses at times. Moshi will introduce the child to tools, activities, and resources such as breathing exercises, stories, and tracks specifically for calming down. They can help them feel grounded, calm, and at ease in their own bodies. There are also more upbeat and uplifting tracks for those moments where it can be helpful to channel their hyperactivity with a dance party or game. Children with ADHD can experience heightened emotions and in their play with Moshi, they can find identification in the Moshi characters and the journeys the stories take them on.