Descubriendo al Ser is a nonprofit that helps children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). With our project, we want to help 20 Mexican children with low school performance for a full school year. Through free psychopedagogical assessment and customized learning plans, we help students acknowledge and enhance their abilities and virtues. We also want to provide free pedagogical support and continuous psychological care, in order to keep children from vulnerable situations.
Children who have had neurological problems or experiences caused by the separation of their parents or death of any of them are in a state of vulnerability that produces them: emotional disorders, low school performance, depression, low self-esteem, negative attitudes, apathy towards other people and their studies. Instead of segregating them in their school groups for being: those who distract, those who scream, etc.
We prefer to keep them integrated in their groups giving them the attention they require, designing a learning structure for each one of them, making the necessary follow-up until they have acquired and improved their study habits and their school performance. Structuring their study habits; training teachers to know how to handle in their classrooms the most frequent situations that these students produce; We will raise awareness among parents about the potential of their children.
Each child cared for will be an example of overcoming to follow for other children, will be the satisfaction of teachers, they will see reflected the effort of their daily work and of course their parents and family to contemplate the transformation of a "problem child" in an "exemplary child" and productive. Well structured academically, but above all carrying within itself the seed of knowledge.They can aspire to be like other characters: Albert Einstein, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Jennifer Lawre
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).
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