Learning with Difficulties
In this changing, unsettling world, we are being forced to constantly think outside the box. People with Specific Learning Difficulties, such as Dyslexia and ADHD, have had to do that their whole lives, giving them a jump start. However, that jump-start does not happen by itself. It needs to be trained. It needs to be supported. It needs to be cultivated in a caring environment. Left to their own devices, most children with Dyslexia find failure the most prominent aspect of their learning, developing issues such as lack of confidence, resilience, or grit. Caring support, on the other hand, can provide them with these and many other positive strategies which at the end of the day are the tools people need to be successful in this new world.