Wondering how you can foster independence and build executive functioning skills? Helping your child build their decision making skills can do all that and more.
When an older teenager or young adult is failing to launch, making this small adjustment will help your child launch more successfully into the world.
Having your child participate in chores provides huge benefits to them and to you. Your child learns valuable skills needed for independence as well as hard work and delayed gratification. Check out these chore lists by age for ideas to get everyone to help out around the house.
As a parent of a child with a learning disability, special needs or a disorder, you want your child to grow into independence and be able to one day thrive on their own. However depending on your child’s particular struggles and challenges, you may question if this is even possible. Or you may simply question when to push them to do more or when to let things go. These tips make implementing chores for your child with special needs easier.