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Life Skills

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 1/16

Getting around by driving myself or catching public transport

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 2/16

Making food (e.g. breakfast, lunch, easy dinner)

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 3/16

Buying things I want from the shops (e.g. a new game, comic, or clothes)

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 4/16

Planning how to use my money

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 5/16

Cleaning my room and/or helping with cleaning around the house

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 6/16

Getting ready (e.g. showering, choosing clothes, doing hair)

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 7/16

Using a phone, computer and tablet

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 8/16

Socialising with people

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 9/16

Organising my time to get what I need done in a day (e.g. getting my work done on time)

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 10/16

Using ways to calm down when I get worried, angry, or upset

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 11/16

Telling new people about things I'm good at AND things I need help with

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 12/16

Asking for help when I need it

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 13/16

Doing an after-school activity (hobby, sport, or volunteering)

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 14/16

Having a part-time job

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 15/16

Doing work experience

Read each statement, and then choose how much this is like you

Question 16/16

Catching up with a mentor (A mentor is someone other than family or teachers who gives advice and support)

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