Building Social Emotional Skills - Creating Successful Socially Distanced and Virtual Play Dates for Children with ADHD
Learning how to engage socially can be a long process. Rather than focusing on it all at once, taking one interaction at a time allows you to break down the process and make it less overwhelming. In this way, you are providing opportunities for your children to have success engaging with their peers and supporting the development of social-emotional skills.
The following steps may help you support positive social experiences for children with ADHD:
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