Personal Skills

As with all children entering primary school there is an expectation that they have a degree of independence and that they can take responsibility for managing themselves and simple work tasks. Your child with ASD will develop skills over time but may need more opportunities to practise specific skills before they become intuitive. Some children with ASD could have an associated learning difficulty such as an Intellectual Disability(ID) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD)  and these disabilities could further delay the development of personal skills and your child’s ability to manage the expectations of school. The following are skills that can help…

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