Subject and Keywords:
retardation ; development ; child ; parental attitudes ; developmental changes ; transgression ; late childhood ; younger school age ; cognitive processes ; learning disorders ; dyslexia ; risk of dyslexia ; diagnosis ; own research
Child's developmental retardation is an undoubted condition for the absence of educational attainment and its unpleasant mental state. Due to the nature of multidimensional state of that, parental attitudes become relevant, as they affect the acceleration or retardation of development. Positive parental attitudes are the strong weapon for the child and his struggles on the way to an equal start and equal development opportunities. For this reason you should emphasize those factors that build the structures supporting developmental progression. An ecosystem approach to human development emphasizes each factor as relevant component for growth and expansion, without denying its own human activity and his self-determination right.