Parent Routines for Special Needs Kids


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Establishing routines for special needs kids can provide structure, predictability, and a sense of security. Morning routines involve gentle wake-ups, hygiene assistance, and preparing for the day ahead. After school, focus on connecting with your child, supporting homework, and engaging in physical activities. Mealtime routines promote healthy eating habits and social interactions, while bedtime routines ensure a smooth transition to sleep. On weekends, maintain consistency in routines while incorporating family outings, social interactions, and skill-building opportunities.