Parenting journey

Goal: Help your teen develop their time management skills

Hey parents

Time management seems to be difficult for a lot of people. If your teen has any sort of executive dysfunction, like ADHD or ASD, you’ll have noticed they struggle with making plans or remembering their chores and assignments.

You can help them develop their time management skills which they’re going to need for leading an independent and successful life. Here are some ways to tackle this essential life skill.
Each teen is unique and will respond to different strategies. Be patient and supportive as they learn these skills. Time management is a lifelong skill that will continue to benefit them as they move into adulthood.

Scroll down for resources that can help you.


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01 | Read these articles

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02 | Enroll in these parenting courses

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From Procrastinator to Productive: How to help your teen master time management

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