Special 2 day online event tackling eating and sensory issues that affect eating in children and adults with autism. April 24-25th, 2021
Autistic burnout can occur at any point in your child’s life, but it commonly presents during times of transition, such as toddlerhood, adolescence, or young adulthood. At these pivoting stages in life, children experience many changes which may promote stress and can lead to an episode of burnout.
And in order to benefit from the MindGuiding relationship the child (apprentice) needs to have formed certain foundations. Here are the Foundations of a mental apprentice and how to help lay them.
Being asked questions is perceived as a demand by many children. In fact, questions or demands actually raise blood pressure in the child, putting them on the defensive! Use declarative language instead!
Your child learns and develops from planned activities, but with a balance of free time, space is given for your child to naturally develop the motivation to learn.