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Tips and Guidelines

Tips and Guidelines

Meeting with professionals, who work with your child, is a priority. It can be very daunting, especially for parents whose children have difficulties. Frequently, the professionals end up talking and the parents try desperately to follow the conversation and very often only pick up on the negative information. A small but interesting fact: it takes 9 or more positive remarks to cancel out the effects of a negative one. Sadly, many parents leave these meetings feeling overwhelmed and disappointed. Being prepared is one of the best steps one can take. Here are some questions to help you find out your child’s strengths, where the difficulties lie and how you can help your child. Hopefully, this will allow you to leave these meetings with ideas, empathy and positive information about your child. Of course, there will be areas of concern but as a parent you will feel more confident in how…