Remaining calm in situations where we are triggered is not easy, but the benefits of keeping composed in challenging moments have an immediate and long term positive impact on your child.
Teaching your child self-advocacy skills is giving them a life-long gift that not only equips them to seek support but also builds their self-confidence.
As you gear up for the start of term, it’s essential to remember that your partnership with your child’s teachers can significantly improve their learning experience.
Investing time in preparing your child for the upcoming school year can make all the difference between school reluctance and a positive educational experience.
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