Would you like your clients to learn to contribute to household tasks, take pride in their accomplishments, and help maintain their personal spaces? Would you like to see them get their work done without power struggles, blow-ups, or endless negotiations?
Created by school-based Occupational Therapist, Thia Triggs, this Life Skills: Chores, Routines, and Responsibilities digital download is sure to be helpful for children, therapists, teachers, and parents!
Details: 33 page PDF digital document and 12-page Powerpoint so you can edit the text. It is delivered as a ZIP file. Both documents are available electronically immediately following payment.
If your client struggles with:
- time management
- verbal reminders
- keeping belongings organized
- learning new sequences\keeping focused on tasks he/she did not choose
- experiencing intrinsic motivation to be responsible for him/herself
- helping with family chores
- becoming overwhelmed with “work” tasks
The Life Skills: Chores, Routines, and Responsibilities visual schedule could be just what they need.
This Life Skills: Chores, Routines, and Responsibilities resource includes:
- Caregiver coaching on 5 key elements to help children easily and happily participate in chores
- Clear directions on how to make and use the visual schedule
- Common personal and household task lists
- Color-coded task cards for morning, afternoon, and evening
- Room cleaning sequence
- Weekend and paid tasks
- Editable PowerPoint file that lets you easily create tasks specific to your child’s needs
If your child used a picture-based visual schedule in the past, but they either outgrew the system or rejected it as babyish, then a word-based visual schedule may be just the ticket!
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