When you have a ‘normal’ child, and they have good grades, you’re happy. When they ‘behave’ you’re happy. But “normal” is a joy, because, of course, it is a privilege. But when you have a child with certain limits, that learning, even if minimal, arrives slowly or maybe never at all.
This is, as a parent and educator, an important subject and one close to my heart; people with Autism, Dyslexia , ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), all children who struggle every day to succeed and those who are trying to help them need some thing from you.
Teach our children to be kind and accept all of their classmates as they are. Children with special needs are no different than any other. They want what everyone else wants: to be accepted!!!
Every child is unique and different and that’s what makes the beauty of the world.