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Navigating the Neurodiverse Journey: My Approach to Caregiver and Behavior Coaching

Updated: Feb 12



Parenting a neurodiverse child is a distinctive journey filled with both challenges & triumphs and I've been navigating this path for years. Recently, my son received an official diagnosis of ADHD & LD. However, well before this confirmation, I had the sense that this is likely the case.


As a parent, I knew early on that my son was neurodiverse. This marked a turning point in my journey. Drawing on my professional background, I recognized his struggles in school and with self regulation and I understood that his love of talking and the constant need to play a sport were likely all leading us down this path. Knowing this added a distinct layer to my parenting approach. My unique blend of personal and professional insights equipped me to face challenges with a nuanced understanding.


My professional expertise in supporting individuals facing complex needs profoundly influences my focus on caregiver and behavior coaching. My goal is to assist caregivers in effectively navigating

the complexities of supporting their neurodiverse loved ones. Education and awareness play pivotal roles, and my professional experience is a crucial asset. Advocating for neurodiverse individuals within systems that might not fully understand their needs is a challenge, but it's a mission I passionately pursue, as our society is not built to support anyone that doesn't fit the "norm".


Building a supportive community is key. Parenting neurodiverse children can be isolating, and connecting with others who share similar experiences is essential. I share my insights and expertise through support groups, webinars, workshops & 1:1 sessions, offering caregivers a safe space to share their journeys and learn how to reframe their thinking and reshape their supports. My approach centers around understanding your loved one's strengths, interests & challenges and harnessing them to better respond to their needs. By providing tools and knowledge, I aim to help caregivers and support networks navigate this journey with confidence.


Parenting neurodiverse kids is a mix of highs and lows, and my experiences, both personal and professional, have equipped me to support other families on this path. By embracing neurodiversity, advocating for inclusive environments, and building a supportive community, we can create spaces where you and your loved ones can thrive. It's a unique journey, filled with love, growth, and possibilities, and I'm here to support every step of the way.



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