Sticking to a schedule might be challenging
Kids with disabilities generally love structure and routine. The best thing we can do to support our children emotionally is keeping them calm which involves some structure. The reality of this is that some parents struggle to enforce even the simplest of schedules. During these times, we are having to manage an entire family’s awake-time hours. We have to negotiate academics, play time, device/screen/TV time, work time, social time, meal time, etc.
What is your personality in general as a parent? How are you doing with sticking to a schedule or lack of one?
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