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Life skills encompass a broad range of skills such as cooking, self-care, household chores, employment, personal safety, self-advocacy, money management, and executive function skills. Practice of these skills is on-going and ever changing as needs, circumstances, and goals evolve.
Knowledge, understanding and the successful execution of life skills can enhance quality of life, increase self-esteem, and support overall well-being. Contributing in a meaningful way at home, school, on the job, or in the community fosters a feeling of satisfaction and happiness.$3.90
The most questions I am asked about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) are about toileting difficulties.$3.90
Successful toilet training opens up a new world for an individual. It gives them independence, privacy, access to more programs, allows for a greater diversity of staff/help, acceptance from others, and increases personal safety.