ADHD have difficulty moving from one task to another, especially when they have to stop an enjoyable activity. Behavior intervention strategies can help smooth the transitions.What makes a “good” transition?
What would you like your child to do when it’s time to move to a new activity? Clearly identifying your objectives and setting attainable short- and long-term goals are the first steps to any behavior change plan.
Let’s take the LEGO example. The expectation may be: When the time comes to shift to another activity, my child will comply when he is asked, without resisting, crying, shouting, or throwing things.A written or visual schedule can help your child follow the order of events for a specific time period.Read more on additudemag.com