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Making Life Easier: Running Errands

Running errands (e.g., going to the store, bank, etc.) is one of those essential household routines that all families experience. It is often thought of as a ?maintenance? activity that is necessary for the family, but not enjoyable for young children. While there can be huge benefits in taking your young child along, running errands can be extremely difficult if the child has challenging behavior. Still, there are several steps you can take to help you and your child get the most out of these outings. Also includes a handy tip card for quick reference.

File Type: pdf
Categories: Tip Sheet
Tags: Family Engagement, Infant-Toddler
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