CREATING A SAFER, MORE CERTAIN FUTURE FOR YOUR CHILD WITH ADD, ADHD, AUTISM OR SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER.
The number one concern among parents with child who has processing disorders, is their future. What will happen when they, the parents, are gone. Will the child be able to care for themselves? How much will need to have been saved for their care? Who will take care of them? How will they manage in their current state, but as an adult? It is these fears that drive parents to do everything they can to help their children reconnect, adapt and thrive, even if only a little bit. Sometimes the little bit is the difference between independence, relative independence or none at all.
If you, the parent, can’t sleep at night because of worry for your child’s future, but you feel like you have tried everything, it may be time to look at the science from a different perspective.
I would like to think, based on conversations with parents, that even a 1-5% improvement in a child’s function would make the child’s life dramatically better, and the parent’s worry decrease a bit. It’s hard enough worrying about your kids when they have every advantage in life, but depending on the processing disorder, it may not be an advantage, but rather a concern.
1% improvement may be the difference between feeding oneself, speaking more words, walking, walking better, having fewer outbursts, even giving you a hug.
You may know a parent who is struggling too care for their child with a processing disorder. Share this with them. The concepts in this e-report that I wrote, have change the lives of children all over the world, when applied in a clinical setting.
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