Click on the video to hear Dr Chris Chapparo explain planning.


Planning what to do involves:

  • setting goals
  • determining the best strategy
  • monitoring yourself, and
  • keeping your emotions in control.

Click here to view questions regarding your child’s best response to an emotional situation and managing frustration. The following questions may help you understand how your child uses planning in the classroom.

When answering these questions, think about how your child is most of the time. You might like to do the survey again, answering how they are after a seizure.

Some of these skills are not expected of a very young child so answer how you expect your child to act for their age.

When my child is doing school related activities he / she is able to:

Always (100%)
Frequently (75%)
Often (50%)
Seldom (25%)
Never (0%)