Why create a well-defined plan in 2021? We’re already 6 weeks into the new year!
All of us have had our hopes up that with start of 2021, life was going to get better. We are anticipating less sickness, more health. Less restrictions, more freedom. Less fear, more certainty. And the return of the control of our own lives.
We want our lives back!
But after the first 6 weeks, not much has changed for many of us.
While we are still hoping to have a better year this year than last, it is becoming increasingly clear that we are going to have to plan to make some things happen ourselves. We can’t depend on the change we want and need to happen automatically. Relying on things outside of ourselves to get better on their own is still a risky proposition this year.
“A well-defined plan of action is going to be necessary to avoid losing ground and achieve the work that needs to be done.”
What do you want to see happen in your world? How about with your child or loved one on the spectrum?
What’s your plan to make sure that this is a better year than last year; to make sure your child or loved one moves forward in becoming more independent, safer in public, more effective in school or at work, or has more positive social interactions and relationships?
A well-defined plan of action is going to be necessary to avoid losing ground and achieve the work that needs to be done. It won’t happen if we just wait.
Even worse, not having a well-defined plan might be taking the same kind of risk as sending our kiddo off a cliff with a cardboard airplane.
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