Concerns of an academic nature can relate to a child’s performance in the classroom, but they might also include a child’s behaviour toward teachers or fellow students. Some typical academic concerns include:

  • Learning disabilities
  • Lack of proper attention from school officials
  • Bullying at school
  • Disinterest in topic(s) of study
  • Confusion about or misunderstanding of topic(s) of study
  • Below par performance in studies
  • Procrastination and time management issues
  • Career confusions
Symptoms of Academic Challenged Children
  • Difficulty adjusting to School, teachers and friends

  • Poor self esteem

  • Difficulty understanding the curriculum or teaching model

  • Being too shy to ask for help.

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Problems with concentration,

  • Low physical or mental energy,

  • Academic failure

If you feel you are the one need support with any of these symptoms,

Fact to Ponder: The average high school student has the same level of anxiety as that of an average psychiatric patient from the early 1950s.