Choice, Opportunity and Self Determination



“The more things that she likes, that she could do, the happier she will be. So, that’s the most important part—that she could be an independent person, that she could have her own life, and try to make decisions on her own, with some support.”

In this video about developing choice and opportunity, two mothers of young children share why it is so important to foster young children’s self-determination skills.

 



2017

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Updated on Oct/18/2017


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