Independence Skills

Each day is filled with activities we do more or less routinely: getting up, dressing, eating, exercising, and working. For your child, days are filled with similar routine activities while they are simultaneously developing independence in these skills.

You and your child may be experiencing frustration with the paces of skill development in such areas as dressing, toileting, mealtimes, chores, going to sleep at night or transitioning from one activity to another. It can be a big challenge for parents to ensure that their child develops these independence skills while keeping the flow of the day going.

During our consultation, our goal will be to:

  • examine where there are challenges in the routines of your daily life
  • problem-solve the road blocks in developmental areas
  • equip you with tools to help your child grow in their skills so they experience that great sense of accomplishment on the path to independence