What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

When behind, children are laid and household chores are over - it's time to relax and read interesting materials on UaUa.info. A new portion of reading for the weekend is ready.

In the past collections we collected stories about moms and dads. And today we offer you a selection of children. Only not about ordinary children, but about those to whom life at birth has given out a special “starter pack”: Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, problems of physical and mental development.


Mothers of children with such diagnoses learned how to live for today, rejoice in today's victories and think less about the questions “What is it for me?” And “What would happen if”.
In the words of the heroine of one of these materials, disability is not a sentence, but simply life with other starting opportunities. About how moms live these children, and what they expect from the outside world, read our articles.

Mom of an autistic child: They said to me: “Why don't you play it out?” And were sent to plead sins

Mom of an autistic child: They said to me: “Why don't you play it out?” And were sent to plead sins

Son of the singer Solomiya Chubai - from children, who are called special.The eight year old Oleksa has high functional autism - Asperger syndrome. “A boy from another planet” - this is how Solomius describes his son’s condition. Eight years every day she does everything to make Oleksa at least a little more comfortable to live in our world.

Solomiya is sure: we know too little about how autists perceive the world. Hence the rejection of "special" children, and the fear of communication, and the difficulty of adaptation.

How to live if your child is autistic, Solomiya told for UaUa.info.

Do not require "terpity" my esteem ditinu: Istorіya Mami

Do not require "terpity" my esteem ditinu: Istorіya Mami

Oleksandra Sergіnko, a mother of two sinochkiv, one of them is a lad with special needs, she grows up to whom she can tolerate children and children with different kinds of people. They are worth it for their everyday life. І about those who like vikhovuvati especially ditinu - zovsіm does not mean to be not fearless. History Oleksandri - in statti.

Five tips of a psychologist on how to properly communicate with "special" children and their parents

Five tips of a psychologist on how to properly communicate with "special" children and their parents

To raise a disabled child is difficult, but even more difficult to put up with the intolerance of society. Alexandra Posivnych fully felt it on herself. Her son Pavlik was born with multiple genetic abnormalities.
So that he began to hold his head, swallow food, walk and understand what was said to him, Alexandra made great efforts. In order for him to live as far as possible, fully, these efforts she will have to put her whole life.
Pavlik is kind and cheerful, but his appearance and behavior make him too different from other children. His mother is constantly confronted with sidelong glances, tactless remarks, and wicked comments.

We asked Alexandra and a psychologist who works with special children, how others behave with a special child and his parents so as not to injure, but to give support and not go beyond the framework of elementary tact. Read about it here.

We bring up a tolerant child: how to explain who such children are with Down syndrome

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Mothers of babies with Down syndrome have long been accustomed to curious glances, not always correct comments, and even outright nonsense that they hear about their children on the playground, in a cafe, in transport.
This nonsense is often said not from evil, but from a complete misunderstanding of what Down syndrome is and how a child with Down syndrome differs from other children.
All anything, but our children adopt this erroneous point of view and this incorrect behavior. How to raise a child tolerant, and what to tell him about children with Down syndrome?
Just learn how to answer his questions. He will definitely ask them when he sees such a baby. How to talk to your child about Down syndrome, read the article.

Children with disabilities: 5 tips for comfortable communication

Children with disabilities: 5 tips for comfortable communication

Children with disabilities, children with special needs, special children. These are not just politically correct synonyms for the term "disabled child". These words describe much more precisely what is happening with the child and in what relation he needs.

Children with disabilities feel very uncomfortable in society. It's not even the absence of ramps, and the reaction of others. This topic is discussed in society so rarely that we sometimes do not even know how to behave when we are close to such a child.
Offer assistance? Express sympathy? Pretend that everything is normal? Pass by, hiding emotions? And emotions appear in any case. Children who look and behave differently, attract attention, like everything unusual.But above all, they are just children, full-fledged personalities.

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  • What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children

    What to read on the weekend: 5 stories about special children