Personal Skills

It is important for a teenager with ASD to take responsibility for managing tasks in regard to themselves prior to entering and throughout secondary school. Teenagers must be self-sufficient in managing all the curriculum requirements for secondary school and outside the school environment. Typically, teenagers will be able to: Work with others in close proximity without being distracted Organise and bring all required materials to class Complete and submit homework tasks Respond to teacher’s advice to improve study habits Keep a track of time to know how much class time is left to complete current work Check work tasks for…

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