You’ll Be Amazed at the Results.

Kirsten Johnson, a mom in Canada, developed this simple shoe-tying method years ago, when she worked with kids on the autism spectrum. She remembered it when she was trying to help her own son tie his laces — a task that he’d found frustrating. He was successful on his first try, so she made this video to help other parents and children. It’s so easy, you’ll wonder why you didn’t think of it!