Personal Skills

The earlier we begin to require a young child with Intellectual Disability(ID) to develop independence with personal skills the better they will be prepared for the future. There will be times when it is just easier and more time efficient for the adult to do tasks on behalf of the child but we need to remember that the young child with ID is going to take longer to learn skills and to master them. If you involve your child in the activities with you and then gradually ease your support away, you are setting them up to function as independently as…

Sorry, this article is for subscribers only.

Subscribe now to unlock this article,
plus a range of exclusive member benefits:

Sign up today for our 15 day FREE trial

Membership costs just $9.95 per month (AUD) for unlimited access. There’s no lock in contracts and no cancellation fees.

Subscribe now and start exploring the benefits:

  • Over 350 online resources
  • ASD, ID & ADHD support
  • Written & visual tools
  • All learning abilities
  • Ready-to-use downloads
  • Global online community
  • Events, workshops & seminars
  • Login anywhere, anytime!
  • No lock in contracts

Find out more →

Join Login