Children have needs and as a parent, you can come across some situations that can interfere with your children’s learning process. In the case of children who have a learning disability, you may feel that sometimes that you do not know how to balance the time and you may feel fear that you don’t know how to provide the help they need.
As a parent, I understand your concern about not knowing how to manage time with your son, especially if your child has a learning situation. The first thing is not to panic, it is true that your child needs time but thinking that you do not know how you are going to balance things can take you to the edge of stress and in the end not give him the help he needs.
Another way to help your child with a learning disability is to create schedules that allow you to provide that quality time. If you have a set time for it, it will be easier to concentrate since you know that this moment is dedicated to your child.
The last thing is to relax and enjoy the process. It may be difficult at first but the important thing is to make this learning process something where your child can feel comfortable and both of you can enjoy it without distractions or pressure.