Boost Resilience - When children have positive input from adults, it boosts their sense of control and self-esteem and they can deal more effectively with the inevitable difficulties in life. "Things our parents say to us as children have special sticking power in our brains – and can become powerful parts of our inner voices."
Looking for calming strategies for kids? We’ve got 21+ ideas to help children with anger management issues as a result of autism, anxiety, ADHD, and other special needs. Perfect for parents and teachers alike, these activities will help your child with self-regulation when an autism meltdown threatens to erupt. Keep these tools at home, in the classroom, and in the car so you’re always prepared and remember: while it may be difficult to learn how to deal with autism, you WILL find your way.
Most kids want to start helping when they are 2 or 3 years old. Below is an infographic that includes creative ways for your children to help clean up. We’ve broken it down by age and have included some other facts about chores, too. We hope you find this helpful! #infographic