Behavior Charts for Children With Special Needs
Making Behavior Charts Work
Awarding points or checkmarks for jobs well done can be effective motivational tools for kids, but behavior charts are often too abstract for children with special needs. Here are some ways to make them work.
Setting Attainable Goals
Whether setting goals for your special child, your family or yourself, thinking small and short-term can help you find big, long-lasting success.
Make an Emergency Behavior Chart
Behavior charts don't have to be weekly plans posted in your home to be useful. A grid you bring along for emergency behavioral needs can provide the structure of a chart on the fly.
10 Printable Coupons for Gifts, Rewards, or Bribes
Need an easy gift add-on, a motivational tool for behavior charts, or a quick token to mark a job well done? Print up a batch of fun coupons give kids those little things they really want.
Special-Needs Business Profile: The Victoria Chart Company
Profile of a parent-run business that produces an app for keeping track of children's medications, therapies, and other records.