Daily Routines are Important for Kids with Autism… AND all Kids!

 Routine for children of all developmental and learning abilities, both at home and in school.Maintaining strong social-emotional health we try to stick  to our daily routines with Brad.

  • Eliminate power struggles
  • Maintain consistency
  • Foster cooperation
  • Build the parent-child connection
  • Help brad  take ownership of his own activities

How to Create Daily Routines for Kids with Autism: Stay C.A.L.M


You can’t have a routine if you don’t create one. Start by identifying each task you’d like your child to complete, list them out, and organize a structured schedule. Designate when each should occur and for how long.


Creating an autism daily routine is one thing, sticking to it is another.  So stay on schedule with alerts, no matter how busy things get.


A little positive reinforcement can go a long way. So be sure your child knows how much you like what they’re doing every step of the way.


Maintaining the daily routine will likely be the hardest challenge. At least at first.But the longer you keep up a regular schedule, the easier it will be to maintain. So stay consistent.

Here is an example of my daily schedule for brad with autism who attend school.

  • 6:00 AM Wake up
  • 6:02 AM Drop his sister off for school 
  • 6:20 AM Get dressed
  • 7:00 AM Eat breakfast
  • 7:30 AM School 🏫 
You can also create routines like this for your kiddos in the 

 Saturday, Sunday, no school sleep 💤 in 

Wake up whenever
Make your Bed 🛌 
Brush your teeth 🪥 
Get dressed 🩳 

schedules reinforce your family routines by making them fun 

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