Swinging Upside Down Episode 3: Using Routines to Thrive During Self-Isolation (Part 2)

In Episode 2, I talked about how routines can help kids, both under regular circumstances and especially during these trying times.

As parents, we can use routines in our days to help us cope as well. Knowing that we have a schedule, and doing our best to stick to it (with some flexibility) can make our days go more smoothly.

Stay healthy everyone!

Swinging Upside Down Episode 2: Using Routines to Thrive During Self-Isolation (Part 1)

The Cynthia Miller-Lautman Show is now The Swinging Upside Down Podcast!

The COVID-19 global pandemic is having a huge impact, and this is especially true for parents, whether or not their children have disabilities. Many of us are trying to juggle a full-time job (suddenly done from the house) while our kids are at home. Add to that the stress of keeping away from friends and family, and the general uncertainty of the situation, and we get a recipe for stress.

In this episode, I discuss how you can use routines to make your days manageable, and give you some examples of what we’re doing in our family to help make our kids more independent at managing their time.

Swinging Upside Down – Episode 1

I’m really excited to launch the first episode of my podcast The Cynthia Miller-Lautman Show Swinging Upside Down. On this show, I’ll be looking at issues relating to invisible disabilities and sensory regulation as well as other related topics.

I hope you enjoy it!