Behaviour Checklist – Teenager

Having grown up with you, most teens will know your opinions on certain subjects. However, teens with learning difficulties are going to need further explicit discussion with you about your expectations of their behaviour and a set of rules that they can discuss, negotiate and understand the reasoning why. The following is a checklist for you to discuss with your teenager:

1. Respectful behaviour to others

2. Around the house responsibilities

3. Responsible use of the internet

4. Responsible use of mobile phone

5. Management of homework commitments

6. Management of leisure and sporting commitments

7. Responsible to curfew times set

8. Appropriate access to video games, movies and TV

9. Develop an agreed consequence plan to breaking the rules


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