Tip 5 for Single Mothers of Children, Adolescents, Young and Older Adults on the Autism Spectrum

Greetings Family, Friends, and Neighbors!

We’re just about through Summer 2023. And it’s that time of year for single mothers, caregivers, and guardians of children, adolescents, and young adults with Autism and developmental disabilities, to start planning ahead for the new school year.

By now, caregivers, guardians, single mothers, and all parents you should have already received notifications from your school districts regarding upcoming planned activities, festivities, meetings, and holidays off for the upcoming school year 2023-2024.

FYI: As for me and my house, when scheduling activities, the Easter Seals kitchen wall calendar always had first priority over all other calendars.

Tip 5 for single mothers of children, adolescents, and young adults who have Autism and developmental disabilities is to write each and every holiday, parent-teacher conference evenings, staff days off, PTA meetings, and other significant dates on your Easter Seals Calendar https://secure.easterseals.com/site/Donation2?df_id=19078&19078.donation=form1 or BrownTrout Publishers, Inc. Jumbo Grid Calendar https://www.browntrout.com .

This strategy provided structure in the environment for my Autistic son.

Hopefully this blog post will be helpful for all of you who read it.

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

Hopefully this blog post will be helpful for all of you who read it.

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.