Hygiene for Neurodivergent Children and Adults contains 25 pages of information and advice for children and adults struggling with hygiene due to sensory issues, executive functioning challenges, social differences, lack of motivation, and slow processing.
Many neurodivergent children and adults struggle with hygiene. many caretakers are at their wits' ends and do not know how to help, how much to push, and where to leave things alone.
This guide is specifically written for children and adults who are autistic, have ADHD, AuADHD, sensory processing disorder, exectuive functioning dysfunction, etc.
ncluded:Explanation of why hygiene can be challenging Difficulties and solutions fortooth brushing,bathing and showering,menstrual care, andtoileting Additional helpful strategies for hygiene routinesVisuals and instructions to create your own visual schedules for hygiene routines.
- Explanation of why hygiene can be challenging
- Difficulties and solutions for
- tooth brushing,
- bathing and showering,
- menstrual care, and
- Additional helpful strategies for hygiene routines
- Visuals and instructions to create your own visual schedules for hygiene routines
The Guide to Autistic/AHD Meltdowns offers comprehensive information about meltdowns. It is intended for
- autistic/ADHD and other adults who experience meltdowns,
- parents and caregivers,
- teachers, therapists, and other professionals who work with children and adults who experience meltdowns
What meltdowns are and are not
Phases of a meltdown
Common meltdown triggers for children and adults
What to do and not to do during meltdowns
Aggression and self-injury related to meltdowns
What to do after a meltdown
Strategies for reducing meltdowns
Worksheets to learn about your or your child's/student's meltdowns, and to make a plan for managing them
A Guide to Communication with Autistic Children and Adults covers the most important aspects of how to communicate successfully with autistic children and adults.
Many parents, family memebers, teachers, therapists, and daycare providers struggle to communicate with their autistic loved ones and clients. Sometimes communication attempts end in meltdowns and behavioral outbursts. Sometimes there are chronic conflicts. Emotions run high.
This guide will help avoid the most common communication mistakes that neurotypical people make when communicating with autistic people.
You can buy it for yourself, for other family members, for your child's teachers, therapists, and other providers, etc. As an autistic adult, you can share it with your loved ones to help them understand the most important aspects of communicating with you successfully. As a professional, you can buy it for yourself or your colleagues to help in communicating successfully with your clients or students.
This is a digital download.