Life Skills Workbook for Teens with Autism and Special Needs
An eBook version is not available since this workbook has lot of activities and the details need to be filled in the pages to get greatest benefit. Please click here to buy the Paperback version on the Amazon platform.
Life becomes increasingly challenging for parents once their children enter their teenage years. It is never easy to manage a teen, not to mention handling one with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other forms of special needs.
Life and Social Skills are extremely important for Tweens and Teenagers with Special Needs. Developing these skills can improve the self-esteem of the child and their sense of belonging. In addition, friendships and social relationships give the child the skills to manage emotions, react to the feelings of others, as well as improves their ability in negotiation, cooperation, and solving problems.
It doesn’t matter if the child loves to be alone or has one or many friends; these life skills will help them know how to act in social occasions, from chatting with a shopping mall assistant to being a part of family get-togethers and outings or enjoying themselves at teenage parties
This workbook will help parents and teens to develop
- Social Skills
- Friendship Skills
- Self Advocacy
- Executive Functional Skills
- Practical Living Skills
- Job Skills
- People Skills
- And much more
Grab this book today to help your teen live a better quality of life.
I rarely can read an entire book. I read this book in two days. It has sooo many feelings and thoughts that I constantly have in the back of my head concerns that make me feel so lost when dealing with my 12 year old at times and concerns about raising her to have a successful future and teenage years especially. This book brought so many things to light for me, I am not losing my mind, I am not alone in this, and I have some answers and reassurance that I can do this, I can do more to ensure her life is a great life and provide her with necessary life skills and tools for a successful future. She has an IEP in a couple of days and I am going to let her join in and be apart of planning for her future and her needs. I am also going to ask about vocational opportunities when she is 14 I didn’t know that was an option before diving into this book. I highly recommend this book for anyone looking for answers with their pre-teen - teenager. This was such a great read for me. Thank you!!!