Thursday, July 16, 2015


I am trying to get Dominoe into a routine.  Many routines if I can.  She used to be in a routine at home.  Now that she lives on her own not so much.  One of the routines is to get up, take her medicine, get dressed, wash her face, fix your hair, and clean her nails,

Routines also help her use independent living skills she has learned and needs to learn.  Today we had a discussion about leaving her house and
putting on her make up, fixing her hair, putting on a piece of jewelry, and putting on perfume.

She did have eye make up on.  I wonder where all of her jewelry went though.  I told her I wanted to start seeing some at church before I gave her any more.

Anyway over the years I have noticed routines help with her behavior.  We need to work on that.  I have learned routines are important with people who have Autism.  I need to work harder at remembering.  


  1. You are doing great job. Children with autism really needs a helper like you to improve their capabilities.
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  2. Routines are really very helpful and soothing for challenged kids.
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  3. Sad to know about that girl, as there are many people in this world which are facing problems regarding to autism and inferiority complex. And airport parking luton wants to pray for all these people that may they try to live a normal life like others.