Step 3: Evaluate Challenges

It's time to go deep in the action plan and evaluate your bright and quirky child's challenges.  Learn the 3 key questions to ask,  signs and symptoms of the most common 2e challenges, and do a 'quick and dirty' assessment to help prioritize your next steps.  Also, let us know what's bubbling up for you. We love hearing from you!

 

Debbie also completed a quick and dirty assessment to help you understand the assessment process.

2 Comments

  1. Yana on April 8, 2020 at 8:39 am

    Hi Debbie this is definitely important piece
    setting the right climate because in the last couple of years our family dynamics is pretty
    dysfunctional. My gladiator 7 yo is so constantly
    disruptive that no one wants to be in the same room anymore.ABA has not helped so far and my
    daughter has done 2 years of it. I just signed up
    for safe and sound protocol based on Dr. Porges
    Keeping my fingers crossed it’s going to help. My OT is also very helpful. She suggested Orton Gillingham reading approach that I’m looking into and have my daughters vision evaluated.

    • Lauren on June 19, 2020 at 1:11 am

      Yana, a positive climate is so important for change. Keep us posted on how S&S protocol goes with your son. OG is a solid reading program and I hope your daughter benefits from that. You are running some wonderful experiments here!
      -Lauren with the B&Q Team

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