Join Jodie Isitt for a webinar on helping Neurodivergent Kids learn how to Self Advocate.
Self Advocacy is often interpreted as bad behaviour. Quite often self advocacy is communicated by “perceived bad behaviour” because some children do not have the tools to use other methods of communication to self advocate effectively.
I believe one of the most important skills that I can teach my Neurodivergent children is self-advocacy. It is not, Social skills, or resilience, or independence but a voice that is heard and honoured and respected. Which is why I have regular conversations with my child about their day, what they’ve done and if they found anything difficult. When the difficulties are conversed, we talk them through, dissect them, and then we share examples of how the situation could have been communicated with the use of their self advocacy tool kit.
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