The ability to problem-solve, adapt to new situations, and take previously learned skills and apply them in new and different ways to new situations.
The ability to tell others what one wants and needs, to describe one’s environment to others, and eventually to have dynamic and meaningful exchanges with other people.
The ability to respond to difficult situations that would normally cause anger, fear, or sadness by recognizing the effect the situation is having on oneself and using adaptive skills to avoid becoming out of control.
The ability to make friends, recognize other’s emotions and needs, stand up for oneself, have difficult conversations, play with others, and other skills that help one have fulfilling interactions with others in their life.
The ability to do everyday tasks that require gross or fine motor control, such as: zipping zippers, buttoning buttons, using switches, walking, eating with utensils, and other important skills for independence.
The ability to play well with others, including important skills such as: sharing, taking turns, being kind, helping others who need help, and making and keeping friends.
Indepent Living Skills
Help with daily skills such as toilet training, hygiene, dressing, eating, chores, health and safety, and a variety of other skills.
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