Every child is different. Clichéd as it may sound, the difference between the little individuals become more apparent when they grow up and start going to school. While some love the idea of going to the school, others grow up to it while a small fraction of children cannot adapt to the situation at a school.
1. The need for gentle handling
Some children end up not coping with the life at a school and end up hating it and dropping out emotionally at an early stage. Some start fearing their schools making the process of learning a fearful process and the institution of education becomes something monstrous to their fragile mind. In these cases, it is essential that they are handled with the care they need and not just deserve.
2. Removing the fear
They tend to grow distant from the process of learning and education as a result of their dislike of the school system due to many reasons. It is important to remove the fear of school from their mind apart from teaching them what they need to learn.
3. Specially trained Teachers
While teachers skilled at their job do it well at any school, the therapeutic schools have a set of teachers and a system accredited by a board which understands the necessity of such a school and the special teaching methods needed.
4. Clinical Therapists as a part of the faculty
While there is a need for specially trained teachers, a clinical therapist associated with the faculty steps in when necessary and makes the whole process of education a therapy for the children who need that. At Sage Day Therapeutic Schools the difference is understood and it works to make a difference to those wonderful yet fragile children.