A New Beginning

As the second semester of school begins, often parents and professionals hope that the child has matured during the last semester, minimizing his weaknesses.  Even though a child has matured during this past time period, the increase in complexity of the new material in school to be learned can make his weaknesses even more prominent.  It may be time to think about having your child who is experiencing difficulties evaluated by the school or by another professional.  Though finding out “what’s wrong” is a scary thing to think about, it offers valuable information as to your child’s strengths and weaknesses.  Once these are identified, it is much easier for you and his teacher to determine how best to teach him.  So be encouraged. Be brave, find the help your child needs. Give him a “new beginning”.


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