Be careful. Bees with honey in their mouths, have stings on their tails. Schools with promises of special education help on their mouths, fight to not provide these services which will sting.
Many more children have mental problems then you would think. According to a finding published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 5 children or 20% between the ages of 3 and 17 have some form of mental disorder. Here are some interesting statistics showing just how common the top 5 mental disorders are:
ADHD: 6.8% or 1 in 14
Behavioral or Conduct Problems: 3.5% or 1 in 28
Anxiety: 3% or 1 in 33
Depression: 2.1% or 1 in 50
Autism Spectrum Disorders: 1.1% or 1 in 100
If your child suffers from any mental disorder, seek out help right away. Most childhood mental health problems can be improved by giving them the support they need and acting quickly if there is a sign of a problem.
More than 1 in 10 children in the United States have been diagnosed with ADHD.
We take the students whose hopes were fading and give them the courage to look ahead.
Do not follow where the path may lead. Go where there is no path and leave a trail.
Congratulations to all of the Y3K Tutor In Your Home students and families for another successful school year! Your hard work paid off. Now as you begin to unwind, remember we will always be here for you from the time you need us to the time you do not need us anymore. As always you will never have to sign a contract. Enjoy your summer!
If you tried your best, there is no shame in failure . . . only in quitting.
When children have special needs, those closest to them may suffer. Parents of children with special needs often experience emotional problems such as fear, sadness, rage, loneliness, and guilt. They also experience physical problems such as exhaustion and self-neglect. Many report their health as “fair to poor“ and over half say their diets and exercise habits have deteriorated since their parenting responsibilities began. They also report that they do not regularly keep their own medical appointments. It is important for those caring for those with special needs to address and treat their own issues as well.
There are other options for keeping ADD, ADHD and DYSLEXIA under control without side effects that often accompany a Big Pharma prescription. Like physicians, Big Pharma should take the same oath before dealing out major side effects to children: Primum non nocere. It means, “First do no harm.”
Although medication can be helpful in some children, drug-free treatments exist and should be explored first. Y3K Tutor In Your Home offers remedies that can give relief without dangerous side effects.
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Data shows that about 6,400,000 children between 4 and 17 have received an ADHD diagnosis in the United States. This is a 16% increase since 2007 and a 53% rise in the past decade!