• The issue at hand here is that children with neurological differences don’t understand how to cope with their differences as well as have an understanding of their own of what their neurological difference means to them, or how to focus in a learning environment. I think a good way to combat this issue would be guided activities based around the four preferred methods of learning of visual, auditory, reading/writing, and kinesthetic. This is so the children can work on either on their own or with a caregiver so that they know they are not completely on their own in this. If they need help they have someone with whom they feel comfortable to reach out for help.