These may seem pretty basic and they are. But it's so easy for what you know to fade into the background when navigating the stress that can come with raising a child struggling with ADHD or Asperger's.
Also, and I can't emphasize this enough. This list is proactive in that it's designed to reduce meltdown triggers.
To many parents and professionals think reactively in that they focus on what to do when things happen. When it comes to meltdowns, that can be like asking, "What do I do once my house is fully engulfed in flames?"
Learning to prevent the fire needs to be the priority.
Let me know how I can help you create a list customized for your child. A list you can implement.