My guest this week is Maria Davis-Pierre, she describes how we can better meet the needs of Black families who have children on the autism spectrum or other neurodiverse challenges.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing how to overcome writing resistance and difficulties with children. We will discuss the complexities around why writing is one of the biggest academic challenges, and provide you with lots of simple tips, strategies, and resources to encourage writing skill development.
My guest this week is Mary Voogt, we discuss how to empower kids to be healthy eaters. We delve into a unique way of thinking about eating styles in kids, and why it’s important to understand each child’s specific needs around eating, including how things like their personality and activity level play a role in eating.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing tantrums. Learn in-the-moment and long-term strategies on how to deal with tantrums and help your child regulate their emotions.
Sarah and I discuss their experience growing up autistic, but not knowing it until adulthood, experiences in adulthood thus far, and what it might be helpful for parents and professionals to know about how to best support people with brain-based differences throughout their lifespan.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing what is really going on when an upset child becomes verbally hostile and says hurtful things. Learn specific strategies, things to say, and ways to get through these moments together.
My guest this week is Brendan Mahan and we discuss the major challenges parents and families face with an ADHD child. He tells us all about the Wall of Awful and how to overcome it.
My guest this week is Penny Williams who shares her story and how she came to help parents and families help neurodiverse kids thrive!
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing attention span (and what is normal for a child) and why screentime seems to hold kids attention better than other learning activities.
My guest this week is Tammi Van Hollander, she breaks down the methodology behind the Nurtured Heart Approach that guides parents and professionals on how to change their lens on children with intense energy.
In today’s Q&A, I’ll be addressing how to set boundaries around screen time and how to help your child learn how to play independently.
My guest this week is Jenny Friedman, we discuss a very popular topic – what to do with a picky eater? Jenny shares a trusted method called “bridging” that helps kids to feel more comfortable eating new foods.