Writing Letters and Their Role in Advocating for Your Child
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NB: This article is written for the parents of children who have Childhood Disabilities and related problems. We publish it here because we know that therapists like to give their client’s caregivers as much information as possible.
When people communicate misunderstandings can occur. Not everyone hears the same information in the same way. What we hear is often colored by our personal experiences, cultural influences, and our expectations. Administrators, special ed personnel, teachers, and parents can misunderstand what is being asked of them or what expectations the other party might have.
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