Jayne Demsky

My Child Has School Refusal: What Can I Do?

It’s quite bewildering when your child starts refusing to go to school. This isn’t anything that we were trained for as parents. Once this becomes a pattern, a disruption, or starts to cause a negative impact, then it is time to take immediate steps to help your child.

This simple 9 step infographic shows you how to work toward getting your child back to school. It is important that you don’t delay by hoping that it will get better or it’s just passing phase.


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Jayne Demsky
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