sensory processing disorder — is ready to start her school day.Kennedy skips downstairs around 8:30 a.m., grabs her favorite breakfast bar and a bottle of water, and boots up her school-issued Chromebook.
Just as her teacher appears on the screen to start her virtual lesson, I make a mental note to myself: Kennedy took her Strattera last night.
I work, remotely, beside my daughter during the two-hour class. It takes several reminders to keep her on task. Helping my child learn during a pandemic is a second job for me.I imagine Kennedy’s teacher sees me as a helicopter parent as I hover around my daughter’s camera view.Read more on additudemag.com