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Reasonable Adjustments

Reasonable Adjustments

Reasonable Adjustments

Reasonable adjustments are changes that your school or family makes to remove or reduce a disadvantage because of your neurodivergent needs around routine and change.  You can ask for reasonable adjustments to be made. 

Before bed:

  • Avoid nap after 2pm
  • No TV etc. an hour before bed
  • Quiet play     
  • Snack if required, e.g. toast, cereal, milky drink
  • Avoid sweets/ biscuits, fizzy drinks, tea, coffee, hot chocolate
  • Routine should start no more than 1 hour before sleep time


  • Consistent bedtime and wakening
  • Carry out steps in same order each night
  • Relaxing bath, brush teeth, into bedroom 
  • Story – not too exciting
  • Lights out

Lots of praise in the morning crucial elements:

  • Clear messages
  • Re-enforcement
  • Timing
  • Diet
  • Sleep Hygiene

Activities to help with sleep routines and winding down:

  • Lego
  • Jigsaws
  • Reading and audio books
  • Fidget toys
  • Slime play
  • Play dough,
  • Sensory box
  • Dot to dot
  • Board game
  • Blowing bubbles
  • Massage
  • Colour or drawing
  • Sewing
  • Blowing bubbles can help children to relax
  • Essential oils rubbed on feet
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