Life becomes increasingly challenging for parents once their wards 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 know-how for managing emotions, reacting to the feelings of others, as well as improving their ability in negotiation, cooperation, and solving problems.
It doesn’t matter if the child prefers to be on their own or has one or many friends; a good number of life skills will help them know how to act in altered social circumstances, from chatting with a shopping mall aide to being a part of family assemblies or enjoying themselves at teenage parties
This workbook will help parents and teens to develop
Executive Functional Skills
Practical Living Skills
And much more
Grab this book today to help your teen live a better quality of life.