What Does Self Control Look Like For Kids?
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Self control is a learned skill that is developed over the course of childhood, adolescence and into young adulthood. It is a series of complex skills that are comprised of impulse, emotional and movement control. These can be learned in settings such as at home and social environments. For kids with ADHD or sensory processing issues these can be more difficult to gain mastery over and may take longer than typical. Check out more information about children and self control here.