"I Am What I Choose to Become!"
Resilience is, arguably, the most essential life skill. It allows us to learn from past mistakes, adjust our strategies, and try again. Sort of like Thomas Edison — and countless other revolutionary thinkers. Here, Jerome Schultz, Ph.D., explains how to build resilience and confidence in kids with ADHD.
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I’m glad you feel that supporting children to meet the “just right challenge” for resiliency, flexibility and success, is important. I enjoyed your article explaining this for teachers and parents; however, occupational therapists, across all work environments, i.e. schools, clinics, hospitals, and others, have been using this “approach” for nearly 60 years, since A. Jean Ayers (deceased) explained this in treating children with learning disabilities.