Flexible Teaching Methods

I have been lucky enough to be affiliated with the PGA HOPE Program since its inception in the Philadelphia Section.
Over the years I have dealt with many different challenges. Prosthetic arms, legs and PSD. What I have found is you need to be flexible in your Teaching methods. Everyone is completely different and what worked for one person may not work for another person.
I like to communicate a lot with the wounded Veterans I work with. I need their feedback to know if I am asking them to do something that is causing discomfort or that they are not comfortable with doing. It is definitely not an exact science, there can be a lot of trial and error but if you are persistent you can definitely help them to see positive results.