Once Your Child Has Services

“Failure to make appropriate progress has devastating and cumulative ramifications.  This year’s teacher will not be around to see the implications over time, but parents certainly will be.” Dr. Ruth Heitin

Understanding the Emotional and Behavioral Aspects of Learning Difficulties

A child acting out is frequently a sign of frustration over failure or perceived failure. If a child cannot learn the way he or she is taught, that child might as well be in a foreign language class. Boredom, frustration, a sense of failure, can all lead to unacceptable behaviors. – July Bonnell

“I always tell people that from the moment a kid gets up in the morning until he goes to sleep at night, the central mission of the day is to avoid humiliation at all costs.” – Dr. Mel Levine