I am an optimist. In my practice I take care of children who have different degrees of developmental/behavioral difficulties. I get to see some children who are very impaired and other children who don’t seem to have any impairment.
We provide recommendations that are tailored to every patient and that help them overcome these challenges and do better, regardless of the severity of their difficulties.
After we complete our evaluation, and we know what’s going on with our patient, we spend a good deal of time explaining to the parents the difficulties their child is having. And then we also try to help them with a road map on what kind of interventions they can implement to overcome these challenges.