Make A Routine

Make A Routine

Feb 18

Written By: Ryan Rudnick It may sound simple, obvious, or cliche, but that doesn’t mean it’s not important: a child’s routine.  Just like many adults, children thrive on routines.  Children who have special needs like Aspbergers disorder, Autism, ADHD or many others will do especially well with a very set routine.  Predictability is key.  Make sure that your child knows exactly...

Teaching Children to Dress Themselves

Teaching Children to Dress Themselves

Feb 18

Written by: Ryan Rudnick Recently, a mother of a child at work asked me how she could help her child get himself dressed in the morning.  Her child is physically able to get himself dressed, but uses the oh-so-popular “look at that!” distraction method to avoid getting dressed.  No matter what she does, he tries to distract her with something else that’s happening. In situations like...