A slow and steady approach in working with

children with different challenges can be highly effective. We at Qudrability use this approach taking into our minds the following important key principles:

Individualized Support: We believe that every child is unique, and their challenges and needs may vary widely. We tailor our approach to each child’s specific needs, strengths, and weaknesses.

Patience: We understand that progress may be slow, and setbacks are common when working with children facing challenges. We encourage our clients to be patient and realistic in their expectations, and celebrate even small achievements, we don’t provide false promises.


We are flexible and willing to adapt our approach as needed. Children may have good days and bad days, so we adjust our strategies accordingly.

Collaborate with Parents and Other Professionals: If the child’s challenges are significant, we consider involving other professionals in working with children with specific challenges. Collaborative efforts can provide a more holistic and effective approach.

Encourage Independence: We gradually encourage independence by allowing children to make choices and take on age-appropriate responsibilities. Building their self-confidence can lead to greater success.

Monitor Progress: We always Keep track of the child’s progress and adjust our approach based on their development. Regularly assess what is working and what needs improvement.

Family Involvement: We Involve the child’s family in the process. Collaboration with parents can help ensure consistency between home and school or therapy settings.

Long-Term Perspective: This journey may be a long one. We focus on the long-term development and well-being of the child rather than quick fixes.


Consistency is essential in providing a stable and predictable environment for children. We maintain a consistent routine, structure, and expectations to help children feel secure.

Clear Communication: Effective communication is crucial. We use clear and simple language, visuals, and other aids to help children understand instructions and express themselves.

Positive Reinforcement: Reinforce positive behaviors and achievements with praise, rewards, or other incentives. Positive reinforcement can motivate children and help build their self-esteem.

Break Tasks into Smaller Steps: For children facing challenges, complex tasks can be overwhelming. We try to break tasks into smaller, manageable steps to make them more achievable.