Setting Smarter Goals

By Dan Coulter When you do a home project, does your child with Asperger Syndrome or autism get in the way? Let's say you're going to replace a faucet in your kitchen. You ask your son to help. But he constantly complains about being bored. When you ask him to go into the garage for a screwdriver, he forgets to come back and you have to go after him. When you ask him to hold a flashlight for you, he repeatedly gets distracted and lets the light wander. Your wrench slips and you skin your knuckles. In this sort of situation, it's easy to get mad and lecture your son, or tell him he's not helping and send him away, or keep him by your side while you stew in silence, but vow to exclude him from

Search By Tags
Follow Us
  • Facebook Basic Square
  • Twitter Basic Square
  • Google+ Basic Square
  • Facebook Basic Black
  • Twitter Basic Black
  • Google+ Basic Black
  • Instagram Basic Black

© 2019 Coulter Video