Forgetful Daughter

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Forgetful Daughter

Postby Haywiremom » Sat Sep 17, 2011 9:05 am

Hi
I need advice.
My daughter cant seem to focus & very forgetful. One minute I tell her A, she will forget the next minute. I tried repeating myself so I can help her to log into her head.
However, I am single parent & i am worried if one day I am gone, she will be helpless. Yes, I may have my mom & sisters to help me if I am really gone but I will like to start her from young to be independent.
Any suggestion to help?

thankyou.

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Re: Forgetful Daughter

Postby smartmummy » Sat Sep 17, 2011 9:34 am

How old is she?

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Re: Forgetful Daughter

Postby Haywiremom » Sat Sep 17, 2011 9:56 am

Hi smartmummy

she is 8 years old. I will make sure to ask her what she do or eat in school, she will take very long to reply (because thinking) or replied i forget. I also ask her "what did you learn in school today" and answer is dont know...i really forgotten liao..

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Re: Forgetful Daughter

Postby smartmummy » Sat Sep 17, 2011 10:05 am

Hi Haywiremom!
My DD used to told that "don't know".Then T taught her that cannot say don't know have to think.She got the phrase "don't know" from me.Now she is better.She is now 6 years old.Did u visit the regular check up at 4 years old.If any concerns the doctor assess the child.Now also u can visit the poly.Then they will give a letter to KKS.So the charge will be cheap.I read in this forum about $35 for assess the child.Good Luck!

Better to findout in early years.Now is ur DD in P1?
How does she do her subjects?

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