Re: Misbehavior and ADD
Jan Davis LPVEC (jdavis@K12.OIT.UMASS.EDU)
Wed, 22 Nov 1995 20:08:21 -0500
>We all have problems to overcome. I always thought that if we had a
>weakness in a certain area, then that is where we needed to put forth more
>effort. If we truly love and kids and want the best for them then we must
>exercise our parental obligations of teaching our kids how to overcome
>such difficulties; how to get along with each other; and how to prepare
>for their future.
>I saw a friendship of sixteen years end at camp this summer because the
>dad of an ADD Scout and an A nssistant Scoutmaster had a difference as to
>how the Scout should act in relation to the other members of that troop.
>The ASM was right.
>Well, I got that off my chest and hope you will consider the ultimate
>consequences of what we are teaching our kids when we accept and let them
>get by with inappropriate behavior that is not in keeping with the Scout
Here! Here! Count me in!! I'm a special ed provider and couldn't agree
with you more!!!
Janice Millar Davis Just when you've managed to make
Massachusetts ends meet, someone moves the ends.
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