If you’re a parent of an adult child with special needs, you might’ve already heard the words “I want to live in my own house.” When you’ve spent every day caring for your child, the thought of them moving out might cause some panic. How will they gain the life skills they need to live independently? What if they get lonely? What if they’re in trouble and I’m not there to help?
When you’ve been the one on guard around the clock, there’s barely a moment to teach your child with special needs the life skills they need for independent living. But it’s never too late to start.
- Self Care Life Skills
- Getting a Job
- Handling Money
- Safety & Personal Boundaries
- and more…
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