All personal breakthroughs begin with a change in beliefs.
ADHD is neurobiological and not a character flaw. If your child experiences any of the symptoms of ADHD, it may not mean that they are intentionally trying to be disrespectful and rude.
Tomorrow we will list the ADHD signs you should be watching for.
PARENTS AGREE: Y3K TUTOR IN YOUR HOME CHANGES LIVES
“Our son is an incredibly hard worker with a neurologically based learning disability. When he was “drowning” in math nearly two years ago, we reached out to the owner of Y3K Tutor In Your Home. We watched his grades and self-confidence take off. The tutor’s unimpeachable professionalism and patience have made an enormous difference in our son’s life, allowing him to work toward and maintain consistently high grades. These excellent grades have begun to move him into the mainstream curriculum in just his first year of high school! I have recommended Y3K Tutor In Your Home without hesitation to any and all who ask how all of this happened for a once-tearful child who had despaired of ever “learning like other kids”. I tell them that it’s because the tutor meets children where they are so that they can in their own time and way, get where they want to go. All of our son’s present and former teachers remain delighted and astonished by his growth as an enthusiastic, independent learner, who now faces new challenges “head on”. This is a level of confidence that now informs his every endeavor. We couldn’t be happier and wish the same for all struggling students and worried parents.”
Newton North High School parent
Y3K Tutor In Your Home often receives phone calls and emails by parents all the time asking us to help their students with organizational skills. These skills can be the difference between a poor student and a successful student. Children without organizational skills more often than not, tend to fall behind and suffer with low grades. They have trouble keeping track of assignments and/or constantly losing things.
Over the next several posts we will offer some organization tips just in time for the new school year.
TYPE 2 DIABETES
If your child experiences any of these conditions, bring them to a doctor at once. Although the symptoms can occur gradually, they must receive immediate medical attention.
٭ Blurred vision
٭ Tingling or numbness in the legs, feet or fingers
٭ Frequent infections of the skin
٭ Recurring skin, gum or urinary tract infections
٭ Darker patches of skin usually in neck folds
٭ Itching of skin and/or genitals
٭ Slow healing of cuts and bruises
٭ Any of the other symptoms listed under type 1 diabetes
It is essential that you be aware of the warning signs and symptoms of diabetes. Sometimes the symptoms are very obvious and other times they are not. Early detection and knowledge of the warning signs are your greatest weapon against the disease and its complications!
Check back tomorrow for the list of symptoms to be aware of for your children.
More than 1 in 10 children in the United States have been diagnosed with ADHD.
If you tried your best, there is no shame in failure . . . only in quitting.
This year’s Asperger’s Association of New England (AANE) Laugh Out Loud Gala will be held at the Newton Marriott Hotel in Newton, MA. Bid generously on the Y3K Tutor In Your Home tutoring and test prep auction donation. As AANE receives no consistent government funding, they rely upon the community at large to help fund the Asperger’s services they provide. Your bid on our auction contribution ensures that AANE will be able to continue providing quality programs and services for individuals with Asperger’s Syndrome and their families.
Movie theaters around the country are now welcoming Asperger’s and autistic customers. Traditionally movie theaters can be over-stimulating and confining for people with Asperger’s and autism. These Asperger’s and autism inviting movie theaters schedule monthly sensory-friendly movie showings. During these showings the lights stay on and the sound stays low.