Learning how to cue your child when a current routine is ending is an important step in motivating them to transition to a new activity. Successful transitions start here!
A consistent bedtime routine for young children encourages independence and sets parents up for success. Read our tips on a joint activity routine for bedtime here!
Adopting a toileting routine is a vital part of kids’ development, but is your child ready and willing to go alone? Learn the signs of readiness and willingness in this blog, and then try out our 4-step SAVE approach to instilling bathrooming independence.
Adapting to routines is a foundational skill for all children, with or without autism. Follow along as we explore the four parts of a joint activity routine with a focus on skills we get asked about the most. First up, establishing a dressing routine!