Children with neurobehavioral disorders like ADHD, Learning Disorders and Asperger's often get out of sorts when they do not know what comes next.
When summer break hits, families tend to relax their normal schedules, which can result in unease for these children. The following are tips for how to stick to a schedule for summer to avoid unnecessary anxiety for your easily overwhelmed child.
Without homework assignments that come along with a typical school year, it's easy to put academics on hold. Known as the summer slide, children who don't spend any time on reading and math during the summer may return to school and experience a loss of skills. To avoid this struggle, encourage your child to schedule time each day throughout the summer to read and refresh math skills.