6 of the Best Parenting Podcasts for Neurodivergent Families

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I’ve had a couple of emails asking me about the best parenting podcasts for families with autism, ADHD, and other neurodiversity. There are so many amazing parenting podcasts out there! I couldn’t possibly make an extensive list. These are just some parenting podcasts that I’ve listened to personally and liked. Podcasts from these parenting experts … Read more

How Can We Take Better Care of Neurodiverse Women? These 3 Interviews Shed Some Light.

How Can We Take Better Care of Neurodiverse Women

How can we take better care of neurodiverse women? That’s the question we’re trying to shed some light on today. ūüéß Rather listen than read this post? This post is based off of Episode 13¬†of¬†the Neurodiverging Podcast!¬†Listen on¬†Apple Podcasts |¬†Google Podcasts¬†|¬†Spotify Misdiagnosis after misdiagnosis. Disbelief from doctors and mental health professionals after you explain your … Read more

Reflections on Our House Is on Fire: Book Review

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Autism, the Challenge & the Gift Reflections on the Thunberg family‚Äôs new book, Our House Is on Fire: Scenes of a Family and a Planet in Crisis, by Mike Matejka ‚ÄúDisability‚ÄĚ is a qualifier that mistakenly brands a significant population as lesser people. What nourishes and saves humanity is diversity; those marked ‚Äúdisabled‚ÄĚ often bring … Read more

6 Creative Socially-Distanced STEM Family Activities (Especially for ADHD & Autistic Brains)

We’ve been trying out a lot of toys, games, and family activities in the past few months with science, technology, engineering, and math ideas –¬† STEM family activities, great for these socially distanced times, to keep my kids’ brains interested and sharp. These activities are LIFE-SAVERS if you’re staying out of public spaces for your … Read more

7 Easy Ways to Get Your Heavy Work at the Water

As a parent of children with sensory integration differences, I know that being in the water is an especially perfect opportunity for my kids to do some heavy work. My kids and I are lucky to have a shallow creek about a mile away that we love to go play in when it’s too hot … Read more

5 Ways I Became A Better Person By Parenting an ADHD Child

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Being a parent is hard on its own, but it can become even harder if you‚Äôre living in a family where you’re parenting an ADHD child or and autistic child. That can be compounded when some of you are neurotypical, and some are neurodivergent. In our family, with two of us autistic and two of … Read more

FAQ: Different Types of Therapy for Autism (Your Therapy Cheat Sheet Series, Part 1)

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So you or your child have just been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. I know your head is probably buzzing as you walk out of that appointment. And I know you were probably given like 30 pages of recommendations to pursue, many of them focused on different types of therapy for autism: occupational therapy, speech … Read more

Need Gentle Parenting Ideas? Try These 3 Expert Books.

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After I posted my collaborative parenting series for ADHD and autistic families, I got a few emails asking me for further resources to learn about collaborative and gentle parenting. I’ve put together a guide of my top 3 favorite books about gentle parenting that I hope will help you out. These are all books that … Read more

Autistic Special Interest: Secret Strength? (Special Interests in ASD)

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Are Autistic Special Interests Really Our Secret Strength?

Special interests are one of the most defining traits of autism spectrum disorder (ASD): an intense focus on a specific subject. But ASD special interests are also a secret strength of autistics everywhere. Learn more about how autistics use our special interests to regulate our emotions and expand our worldviews today, on Neurodiverging.

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4 Ways to Crush It with Picture Schedules

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Picture schedules are also called visual schedules, and they’re commonly used by autistic, ADHD, or executive dysfunction folks as supports for everyday life. Picture schedules can help us remember what comes next in a series of activities, or remind us of options when we’re overwhelmed. As an autistic adult with a lot of executive dysfunction … Read more

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