Loud neighbor child may have a disability
The neighbors upstairs from me have a girl, about 10, who seems to be constantly in motion. Mind you, I live in a concrete building, but we can hear her running, possibly falling and jumping. We have spoken to the parents twice this week, and both times they seemed bashful and slightly stunned that we approached them. I understand the kid is a kid, but jumping at ANY time of day is unacceptable. The running I know can be hard to control, as the parents themselves stomp too.
The thing is, there is a chance the child may be mentally hindered, and obviously they are not going to tell that to a stranger at the door. I can see the kid going to and from school from the window, and let's just say she has A LOT of energy all the time. So how do I know if she has issues or is just a brat? I feel a little bad for the parents is they're doing what they can, but I have no idea. I do, however, believe I handled it correctly by asking them politely to cool it. Input?