12 Calming Tips

  • Make a list.
  • Take a walk.
  • Seek connection.
  • De-clutter.
  • Plan and prepare.
  • Prioritize: conserve your energy.
  • Take a nap; reboot.
  • When you take out your trash, do a visualization: you are taking out the mental and emotional detritus of the week.
  • Schedule worry time; put off worrying until ‘the worry hour.’
  • Put together a playlist of songs that empower you. Only play it when you need a boost. Music creates neural pathways.
  • Meditate. Our breath is a natural anxiety reducer.
  • Make post-its. Line them up. One row for immediate, one row for secondary. Throw them away as you finish a task.

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Embolden offers the ADOS-2, the gold standard assessment for kids on the spectrum.

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