We put so many tools in place (e.g. storage bins/containers)
, time lines to follow, and schedules
all in the name of organization. There are so many positives to
being organized for a child with disabilities. They know what to expect and have some foresight into what is required or asked of them. There is a sense of understanding and expectation and, therefore, in some ways it may decrease stress. In addition, productivity on the part of the child may be consistent or show improvement. But what happens when things don't go as planned? Are your kids flexible or are we teaching them not
to be flexible because of the structure we have put in place? Because life does not go as planned, we all need some flexibility, but it makes me wonder if this is something that can be taught? What do you think?