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How to Calm Turbulent Transitions Back to (In-Person) School

when life tampers with schedules and routines, even ultimately for the child’s benefit, transitions are seldom without potholes and steep hills.

Being told to abruptly stop one thing and start another is a very common trigger for problem behaviors, withdrawal, avoidance, refusal, and meltdowns, especially for children with ADHD, autism, emotional and developmental challenges, and others with similar learning profiles.How can we, as parents and educators, help ease this transition back to school in a way that alleviates some of our kids’ unexpected behaviors and reactions while promoting appropriate social behaviors?I recommend using social stories to prepare our children and to teach them the appropriate reactions and behaviors associated.

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