Do you find yourself unable to relate to your child's way of problem solving? Do you find yourself saying [in your head], "What were you thinking?"
Do toys, fasteners, and containers get mishandled and broken despite all your advice to be careful?
Does your child get into disputes about taking up too much space with their siblings and friends? "Look out!" and "He just bumped into me!" and "She did that on purpose!" is echoed in your home?
When you prohibit your child from running [in the shopping mall] does your child's behavior quickly deteriorate?
Does your child do their homework to the side of their body, sometimes even rotated in their chair?
Is your child reluctant to join in with the family fun? Even when the family and friends are familiar and playing a familiar activity?
Does your child hold their pencil funny to avoid feeling their hands run along the paper?
Does your child complain about the texture of their food?
Does your child get distracted and caught up in details and portions of a task that don't really affect the outcome?
Does your child seem to take up too much space at the kitchen table for even just eating a cookie?
Is your child always identified as the "humor relief" in the classroom? Do you suspect your child's humor allows them to get away with things, sometimes?
Do you feel super tempted to always correct your child's posture? Does your child look half asleep and disinterested?
Does your child complain about the feeling of their clothes?
Does your child seem to need instructions and re-instructions to refresh their memory on familiar chores and routines?
Is your child always on the move, even when seated?
Unique Learner Assessment Quiz
Likely Not a Unique Learner
Watch and see if any of the following unique learner characteristics develop as your child matures: · You frequently find yourself telling your child to "try harder." · Your child complains about scratchy clothes, tags, certain smells or foods. · You secretly worry about how clumsy your child is. · Your child moves constantly – even wiggling in a chair during activities they enjoy. · Your child takes a long time to warm-up to others – even during fun events like parties. If you have concerns in the future, please contact us for a consultation.
Initial Signs of Unique Learning Child
Your child may be showing initial signs of unique learning needs. Some parenting strategies at this stage may go a long way. Schedule a consultation today to learn more and start your child's unique learning journey.
Mild Unique Learning Concerns
Your child is showing mild signs of unique learning needs. Parenting strategies at this stage would likely be a big help for you and your child. Please schedule a consultation and start your child's unique learning journey today.
Moderate Unique Learning Concerns
Your child is displaying moderate unique learning needs. Parenting tools and strategies would likely be a big help to you and your child. Please set up a consultation and start your child's unique learning journey.