The importance of having a happy child seems obvious, but between the rush of daily life and trying to have your child with a learning difference do his best possible in school, focusing on whether or not your child is happy can sometimes get lost in the shuffle. Sometimes I see children who are miserable from trying for years to learn via a traditional academic environment and traditional instruction with no accommodations. They have become down on themselves, are at times depressed, and the parents are at the end of their ropes. The parents are often frustrated with the school and the child, and the child is frustrated with himself and the school. Yet, the biggest number one priority that we all want for our children is for them to be happy.
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