Addressing academic regression

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Addressing academic regression

March 1, 2021 0
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This school year, our children have experienced academic regression unlike ever before. The virtual education students have received for the past year has included everything from technical difficulties to lack of student engagement, and even a deterioration of mental well-being. Some parents have thrown the towel in and disenrolled their child from school altogether.  

Most students have lost a lot of ground in the meantime due to an entire year of ill-equipped virtual learning. Skills they once mastered long ago now present a challenge for them; and it’s showing up more than one area. 

“It’s painful to watch our children suffer in the midst of this”. 

Parents have watched students’ confidence and motivation decline drastically, their discouragement at attending “class” without personal interaction with their peers, and their overall learning declining. Besides the learning recession, this has become a larger mental health crisis for many students. 

Parents of children with special needs have grave concerns about their child’s development. The social and academic loss for special needs students is so significant, many parents fear the past year will have caused a lifelong impact on their children. Many little ones within the sensitive age window of 3-6 are most at risk. 

If we aren’t addressing this learning loss now, when are they going to catch up? 

Triton is here to step in when it comes to academic regression. Triton is offering a free online activity for parents who want to know what they can do right now to address learning loss. This 30-minute activity helps parents identify areas their child has regressed, and what their current skills are. 

If you’re a parent, and you’re not willing to wait until schools “return to normal”, Triton provides in-person services your child can receive today. Triton’s offerings include:

  • Multidisciplinary evaluations
  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy 
  • Educational Therapy
  • Ongoing Parent coaching

 

Fill out this form to speak to our Parent Representative for more information. 

 


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