I deliver Professional Day trainings at schools to assist staff to understand the autism neurology in particular, and to guide staff in productive practices that avoid trauma to neurodivergent students.
School staff often need help in day-to-day strategies to help them address the ‘why’ of behaviours, and to account for and be sensitive to alternative communication, and sensory processing differences.
Be empowered as a parent.
As you shift your perspective to one of always assuming competence in your neurodivergent child, you will be inspired by what you discover.
Knowing better means doing better.
No one says this will be easy. Growth never is.
Your journey as a parent...as a human being, is just that...a journey. There is no real end destination.
Instead we have many, many moments along the way; choices we get to make, and opportunities we can leave...or take. These moments are what gives meaning to our lives. Sometimes we need to work harder, learn more, and be brave enough to deviate further from what we know or are comfortable with, to find the most beautiful moments.
Your journey of growth with your child will be challenging, but the reward will always be worth it.
I can help you see how neurodivergent communication is relevant and how accounting for sensory differences allows your child to be their own unique human.
I can help you to prepare your child for the dynamic world we live in, while respecting their unique neurological differences. We address only what is necessary to inspire growth, dynamic thinking, self-regulation, self-advocacy, and self-acceptance.