Day 21 ( 03.08.17) Thursday

At the beginning of Nimmy’s program at Peto, we were told that the Institute was going to merge with a University; it was no longer going to be on its own. The Government instituted a law that no college should stand alone. Either a college expands to become a University or it merges with a University. Peto institute decided to merge with a University.

Most parents were unsure of the outcome of the merger; some people even insinuated that they may no longer welcome international students.

This morning at the coffee shop I asked some of the mums with older kids if they could recommend another center especially in a country where people speak English.

One of the mums said something profound although her comparison was a bit hilarious. She compared going from one center to another center like changing a husband. She said one center may be better in one area than the other but in the end, they are all the same.

She said the most important thing was for me to observe what the conductors were doing and replicate it when I get home. She said it was all about consistency, a little here, a little there. Do something with your child every day. She told me the way she handled her son; she gave him chores which helps his muscle coordination.

It’s not like I just heard that for the first time but hearing it again kind of helped me to focus on what I was required to do for Nimmy. There are things one needs to hear over and over again so it could sink in.

I went back to the school and checked in on Nimmy, I took over from Peace and she stayed with Pemmy. It was water fight day. The kids were meant to try to shoot water at some set of cups; this would help their eye, hand coordination while having fun. The water shooting soon turned away from the cups and we started aiming at each other. You can imagine, little Pemmy couldn’t resist joining in the fun.

30 days in HungaryDay 21 ( 03.08.17) ThursdayAt the beginning of Nimmy’s program at Peto, we were told that the Institute was going to merge with a University; it was no longer going to be on its own. The Government instituted a law that no college should stand alone. Either a college expands to become a University or it merges with a University. Peto institute decided to merge with a University.Most parents were unsure of the outcome of the merger; some people even insinuated that they may no longer welcome international students.This morning at the coffee shop I asked some of the mums with older kids if they could recommend another center especially in a country where people speak English.One of the mums said something profound although her comparison was a bit hilarious. She compared going from one center to another center like changing a husband. She said one center may be better in one area than the other but in the end, they are all the same.She said the most important thing was for me to observe what the conductors were doing and replicate it when I get home. She said it was all about consistency, a little here, a little there. Do something with your child every day. She told me the way she handled her son; she gave him chores which helps his muscle coordination.It's not like I just heard that for the first time but hearing it again kind of helped me to focus on what I was required to do for Nimmy. There are things one needs to hear over and over again so it could sink in.I went back to the school and checked in on Nimmy, I took over from Peace and she stayed with Pemmy. It was water fight day. The kids were meant to try to shoot water at some set of cups; this would help their eye, hand coordination while having fun. The water shooting soon turned away from the cups and we started aiming at each other. You can imagine, little Pemmy couldn’t resist joining in the fun.

Gepostet von Diary of a Special Needs Mum Initiative am Mittwoch, 9. August 2017

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