There are various behavioural strategies that can help a child with ADHD. One important thing is avoiding distractions. This is essential because it helps the person to focus more on what he is doing. For example when the child is doing the homework, the computer games and TV should be turned off. Also, if given limited choices, the child has to choose between two things instead of being confused with a lot of choices. Another strategy to help an ADHD person is organization. Learning to put toys, schoolbags and books in the same place will help the person not to lose things. Routine is also essential to overcome this disorder. Predicting what is coming lessens confusion and enhances security. A child could be helped with a time-table to know what comes next, whether it's time for homework, play or other tasks. Goals and Rewards are vital in order to encourage positive behaviour of the person. Inappropriate behaviour on the other hand can be avoided or at least be reduced by discipline. The right strategy such as timeouts or taking away of privileges as consequences for bad actions will help. Correcting does not mean yelling or spanking but finding the right method to deal with the problem. For example a young child may simply be ignored or distracted to elicit from them better behaviour next time. Yet another strategy is that of improving the self-esteem and the social skills. This can be done by helping one to discover a talent - something one is good at - like sports or music.