Social and family problems affect the normal psychological development of the child and can cause:
- behavioral disorders that result in excessive release of tension and aggression
- hyperactivity with psychomotor agitation and concentration problems
- a lack of confidence, feelings of rejection and abandonment.
Emotional deprivation suffered by some children has disrupted them from building their personality, with the resulting psycho-affective problems:
- relational problems
- difficulty showing their anxiety caused by:
- a separation
- an abandonment
- bed wetting problems (enuresis)
These problems affect school performance, especially when are accompanied by problems in oral and written language, and deglutition disorders.
The social worker, the psychologist and the speech therapist work along with the team of educators and the educational committee to find solutions and bring children forward.