Tip 4 for Single Mothers of Autism Children, Adolescents, Young and Older Adults with Other Developmental Disabilities

This blog post is dedicated to single parents and guardians.

As a result of Covid 19 causing uncertainty in our K-12 public educational system, I am here to help single mothers, single fathers, grandparents-as-parents, and guardians.

In 2010, my son with developmental disabilities graduated from high school. I am truly blessed.

I heard that our children would start back to school, virtually, on Thursday, August 20th.

Tip 4: Before our children wake up in the morning, we as parents and guardians must have a plan in place for the day and hours of the day. I know this is easier said than done. However, as single parents, we must think ahead of our children or they will plan how we will utilize our time. We should have a well thought out and structured plan for our children’s day, so our children do not control us, as parents.

Also, I noticed my son, who has autism, learns information best on a blackboard.

I hope this information is helpful.

I appreciate you taking the time to read my blog post.


Author Brenda Lee Gertman PO Box 4382; Lakewood, California 90711

Disclaimer: The information shared in this blog is to inform and for educational purposes only.