COCONUT CREEK, FLORIDA — (September 1, 2008)
(lubavitch.com) Eight year-old Jason Popick is not like most kids. The back-to-school banners that garnered groans from many, elicited this second grader’s enthusiasm.
Jason has an auditory processing disorder, yet he couldn’t wait to get back to school. A student at the South Florida Jewish Day School, Jason’s bright, outgoing, with a knack for playing intricate games.
And he feels right at home at his school, where both faculty and curriculum are committed to his all-around success.
Wasn’t always this way, his mother, Nancy admits.
In the past, Jason, a sociable child, would become despondent over his disability, hurting his focus on those areas that he had potential to succeed.