Video: The value of mentorship for kids who learn and think differently

By The Understood Team

Kids who learn and think differently may feel like they don’t fit in. Finding and connecting with others who understand their differences — but who are a little further along in the journey — can inspire them and build self-esteem. That’s the value of mentorship.

Watch as kids who learn and think differently visit Camp Eye to Eye, a program of Understood founding partner Eye to Eye. Hear how they learn about themselves through a mentorship program, and how you can find a mentor for your child.

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    The Understood Team is made up of passionate writers and editors. Many of them have kids who learn and think differently.