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Avoiding Spring Break Setbacks

Avoiding Spring Break Setbacks

Avoiding Spring Break Setbacks

While spring break is a time of celebration for many kids because it means a week off school, it can be a time of both joy and dread for parents – especially those with special needs children who thrive on routine and structure. Time off school and away from a familiar routine can be tough on children with special needs; this is because it is something out of the ordinary. It is unpredictable. This can, in turn, lead to the emergence of undesirable behaviors.

Tips for Planning for Spring Break

Whether your family is going somewhere on vacation or just relaxing at home, here a few ways to make things more enjoyable for everyone and help keep your children on track:

Spring break can be a time of fun and relaxation if you plan ahead and are prepared to deal with whatever comes your way. For more strategies on managing your child’s needs and behavior during spring break, contact the team at PediaPlex.

Share with us some of your own tips for spring break and how you avoid setbacks!

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