Interacting with Others

One of the major components of primary school is a sense of belonging and being part of a group. To interact successfully with other children and teaching staff requires certain social skills to be developed, practised and refined over time. Depending on the degree of your child’s Intellectual Disability(ID) they may have minimal issues with interaction or quite significant challenges in this area. Further learning disabilities such Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD) may be part of your child’s diagnosis. If this is the case, then your child may experience a further level of difficulty in the development of skills required…

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