We are a group of parents who have children who have been diagnosed with Reactive Attachment Disorder.
This can happen to a child for a variety of reasons. Raising these children is very challenging. We think that reading about other's challenges is very helpful and encouraging. So we created this blog so we can write things we go through without infringing upon our children's privacy. For this reason we will not use our children's names or our own. We hope you find this blog helpful

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

School issues

Suburban mom and I and others have been working on a list of things we wish teachers knew. This is kind of like the list we already created about things we wish therapists knew. I am sure that when it's complete Suburban mom will share it. Meanwhile here is a great resource I have found that is something else you can give teachers.

I would love to hear from you guys what your biggest issue with teachers is. I think mine is that they feel sorry for my son and so they don't expect him to behave or do his best work. Lets here from you guys.

1 comment:

  1. Mine is that they never believe a word I say. I try every year to tell the teachers why they are seeing the behaviors they are. This year I even thought I would wait until they saw the behaviors and then explain to them why. It didn't work either. I was told they do not see any problems. Well it seems some of the teachers are figuring out that he works better outside of the classroom now. Still no problems? I gave up asking.


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