Scheduling

Sometimes, scheduling makes life easier for people with autism. Unfortunately, disorganization and changes in plans can overwhelm people autism, but they must learn how to cope with these changes and be flexible. Not all changes are bad. Another strategy is use a special system to organize schedules like shelving books alphabetically and numerically. Life is more than a routine. It’s full of unexpected and unplanned surprises.

Tip: Think of a back-up plan in case there any change occurs. That would shuffle your schedules. Shake the whole thing up.

 

Links about routines and schedules:

http://www.examiner.com/article/asperger-s-and-scheduling

https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/why-routine-important-many-autistic-074324531.html

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