The Importance Of Redirecting Children
Communicate with teachers and therapists, understanding the child’s assessments. Sign appropriate documents, preparing for meetings. Have a positive relationship with the staff helping the child. Think in terms of outcomes when determining needs. Prioritize the child’s needs. Find a common ground with the teacher. Respect, value, listen and offer appreciation to the staff, and finally bringing a picture of the child to keep everyone focused on his or her needs and to build a connection to a real person being served,” (Kaplan, n.d.).
Social interaction keeps an active social life and can improve a child’s chances to succeed. A parent can be involved in their child’s peer interaction. Peer interaction is creating a social group with another child to further the social development of each child. Interacting with other parents can help find friends for your children. When children visit each other’s homes they interact in new ways and build up their social skills