It’s not the difference that’s the problem, it’s the way the difference is treated. – Jessica Lahey
Our primary concern is to maintain and build confidence and feelings of worth and self-belief.
Without this it is very hard for the child to be an active participant in their world.
When a child has a learning difficulty, they lose their sense of personal power. By developing these traits, children start to feel more connected and in control.
Children need to feel they are progressing because they so often feel stuck or left behind.
These traits bring a renewed sense of hope and ability and resolve to learn and grow and stand up tall.