From a theoretical perspective, this paper provides a summary of current theories and researches on behavioural disorders in children, particularly on ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorder and Hyperactivity), its etiology and forms of manifestation. It highlights the importance of early intervention strategies, especially of games, both in the prevention and correction of behavioural disorders in children. Based on these theoretical premises, an applied research was undertaken with a general purpose to develop and implement certain educational and therapeutic programs to correct behaviour disorders (ADHD) in preschoolers. Starting with basic elements of child/student centred learning, adaptation and implementation of effective strategies in accordance with the child’s psychological profile, the customised intervention plan has contributed to significant progress in all areas of psychological development (cognitive, socio-emotional, psychomotor, relational) and improving maladaptive/disruptive behaviour. This confirms the general and specific hypotheses of the research and opens new fields of investigation and educational intervention.
Key words: attention deficit, behaviour disorders, customised intervention plan, hyperactivity, impulsivity, ludotherapy