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About Me

Most days, you’ll find me driving my kids around, watching Real Housewives, cussing at the pile of laundry that never ends and laughing at the hilarious things my kids do. I am always ready to hop in the car and find my next adventure, even if it’s just Target.

I thought I had life figured out until my daughter Remy was born 6 years ago. She came into this world as perfect as can be but then everything changed. When she was 9 months old, she had seizure that would change her life in a way I could never have imagined. From hospital stays, developmental delays, a diagnosis of autism and rare form of epilepsy called PCDH19, I didn’t have the kind of tools I needed to navigate the world of special needs parenting.

About Me

Most days, you’ll find me driving my kids around, watching Real Housewives, cussing at the pile of laundry that never ends and laughing at the hilarious things my kids do. I am always ready to hop in the car and find my next adventure, even if it’s just Target.

I thought I had life figured out until my daughter Remy was born 6 years ago. She came into this world as perfect as can be but then everything changed. When she was 9 months old, she had seizure that would change her life in a way I could never have imagined. From hospital stays, developmental delays, a diagnosis of autism and rare form of epilepsy called PCDH19, I didn’t have the kind of tools I needed to navigate the world of special needs parenting.

The Podcast

In my podcast, you’ll hear raw and vulnerable insights into the world of special needs parenting. I cover topics that parents face raising children with neurological disabilities.

With a mix of inspiration, honest stories and actionable tips; my goal is to help you realize your power to be the parent you always dreamed, even if that’s in a different package than you expected.

Your child’s here to change the consciousness on our planet.  You hold the key to help them shine their amazing light into this world.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PODCAST

The Podcast

In my podcast, you’ll hear raw and vulnerable insights into the world of special needs parenting. I cover topics that parents face raising children with neurological disabilities.

With a mix of inspiration, honest stories and actionable tips; my goal is to help you realize, you have the power to be the parent you always dreamed, even if that’s in a different package than you expected.

Your child is here to change the consciousness on our planet and you hold the key to help them shine their amazing light into this world.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE PODCAST!

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Recent Instagram Posts

Having special needs kids home all day with none o Having special needs kids home all day with none of their typical services is hard because the reality is that they can regress. ⁣
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Tonight (Thursday at 6pm pacific) I'm Hosting a virtual zoom call to talk about what we can do as parents to help them continue to develop and make gains. ⁣
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Joining me is Anne White who holds a master’s degree in Special Education, as well as an Early Childhood Special Education teaching credential. She works for a public office of education as an Early Interventionist. As part of a multidisciplinary team, she assesses young children, develops individualized plans, and partners with caregivers to support the growth of their child with special needs. She utilizes coaching strategies that focus on a relationship-based, whole-child, family-centered approach.⁣
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She's a genius yall. And a dear friend who we were lucky enough to learn from in Remys early days. ⁣
⁣
I'm so excited and hope you can join. ⁣
⁣
Asdparenting.com/zoom⁣
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Link in bio to sign up. ⁣

Share with anyone you know would benefit. 
What is your biggest worry with your special needs kid during this covid crisis?
⁣
Looking for ways to keep your special needs child Looking for ways to keep your special needs child busy at home? Involve them in *your* regular daily activities and chores!
.

Remy loves to be in the kitchen— stirring, pouring, mixing— all of it! By including your child in food preparation (for example) it’s creating an opportunity for them to learn/grow/practice some pretty important life skills in addition to following directions. Oh and the best part?! Keeping her focused so we don’t have to chase her upstairs or away from spraying water. 😂🙌🏻😂
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That’s a win-win if you ask me! Have you been letting your kids help more with laundry, dishes or cooking?
One of the activities that Remys always been excit One of the activities that Remys always been excited to do is curl her hair. ⁣
⁣
But as of the last few months, she doesn't want me to do it for her anymore. ⁣
⁣
So now I have to compromise. ⁣
"Mommy's turn, THEN Remys turn" ⁣
⁣
It's the only way she sometimes will let me do it. ⁣
⁣
Getting so grown and demanding so much more control⁣ ⁣
I'm thinking to get her one of those manaquin heads so she can practice on someone else besides herself. ⁣
⁣
What do your kids love doing that you might not think to teach them at their age?
Its Autism Awareness month⁠ ⁠ I want to know, Its Autism Awareness month⁠
⁠
I want to know, what does this mean to you?⁠
⁠
Why do you think that spreading awareness is so important?⁠
⁠
Do you have any ideas about how we can share or spread awareness?⁠
⁠
What are your thoughts on Autism Awareness Month. ⁠
⁠
I want to know what you think
what are you struggling with right now with your s what are you struggling with right now with your special needs kiddos?⁠
⁠
I really want to know. ⁠
⁠
I'm going to interview a special education teacher tomorrow on our virtual zoom get together (link in bio to get more information about how to join that)⁠
⁠
I want to ask her what we can do at home to help our kiddos thrive and continue on in their development.⁠
⁠
It's hard because so many of our services are gone now. school, speech therapy, ABA therapy, OT etc. ⁠
⁠
I want to know what activities we can do to help our kiddos receive all that they need. ⁠
⁠
What are your worries, concerns, questions around your kids and being home now?⁠
⁠
Your answers will help me craft my questions. ⁠
⁠
Also, you will get a chance to ask your questions too if you want, because this virtual get together is live and we can all see each other. ⁠
⁠
i cant wait. ⁠
⁠
Below, tell me some struggles you're having with your kids or any questions you have around what to do with them now that they are home?⁠
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Recent Instagram Posts

Having special needs kids home all day with none o Having special needs kids home all day with none of their typical services is hard because the reality is that they can regress. ⁣
⁣
Tonight (Thursday at 6pm pacific) I'm Hosting a virtual zoom call to talk about what we can do as parents to help them continue to develop and make gains. ⁣
⁣
Joining me is Anne White who holds a master’s degree in Special Education, as well as an Early Childhood Special Education teaching credential. She works for a public office of education as an Early Interventionist. As part of a multidisciplinary team, she assesses young children, develops individualized plans, and partners with caregivers to support the growth of their child with special needs. She utilizes coaching strategies that focus on a relationship-based, whole-child, family-centered approach.⁣
⁣
She's a genius yall. And a dear friend who we were lucky enough to learn from in Remys early days. ⁣
⁣
I'm so excited and hope you can join. ⁣
⁣
Asdparenting.com/zoom⁣
⁣
Link in bio to sign up. ⁣

Share with anyone you know would benefit. 
What is your biggest worry with your special needs kid during this covid crisis?
⁣
Looking for ways to keep your special needs child Looking for ways to keep your special needs child busy at home? Involve them in *your* regular daily activities and chores!
.

Remy loves to be in the kitchen— stirring, pouring, mixing— all of it! By including your child in food preparation (for example) it’s creating an opportunity for them to learn/grow/practice some pretty important life skills in addition to following directions. Oh and the best part?! Keeping her focused so we don’t have to chase her upstairs or away from spraying water. 😂🙌🏻😂
.
That’s a win-win if you ask me! Have you been letting your kids help more with laundry, dishes or cooking?
One of the activities that Remys always been excit One of the activities that Remys always been excited to do is curl her hair. ⁣
⁣
But as of the last few months, she doesn't want me to do it for her anymore. ⁣
⁣
So now I have to compromise. ⁣
"Mommy's turn, THEN Remys turn" ⁣
⁣
It's the only way she sometimes will let me do it. ⁣
⁣
Getting so grown and demanding so much more control⁣ ⁣
I'm thinking to get her one of those manaquin heads so she can practice on someone else besides herself. ⁣
⁣
What do your kids love doing that you might not think to teach them at their age?
Its Autism Awareness month⁠ ⁠ I want to know, Its Autism Awareness month⁠
⁠
I want to know, what does this mean to you?⁠
⁠
Why do you think that spreading awareness is so important?⁠
⁠
Do you have any ideas about how we can share or spread awareness?⁠
⁠
What are your thoughts on Autism Awareness Month. ⁠
⁠
I want to know what you think
what are you struggling with right now with your s what are you struggling with right now with your special needs kiddos?⁠
⁠
I really want to know. ⁠
⁠
I'm going to interview a special education teacher tomorrow on our virtual zoom get together (link in bio to get more information about how to join that)⁠
⁠
I want to ask her what we can do at home to help our kiddos thrive and continue on in their development.⁠
⁠
It's hard because so many of our services are gone now. school, speech therapy, ABA therapy, OT etc. ⁠
⁠
I want to know what activities we can do to help our kiddos receive all that they need. ⁠
⁠
What are your worries, concerns, questions around your kids and being home now?⁠
⁠
Your answers will help me craft my questions. ⁠
⁠
Also, you will get a chance to ask your questions too if you want, because this virtual get together is live and we can all see each other. ⁠
⁠
i cant wait. ⁠
⁠
Below, tell me some struggles you're having with your kids or any questions you have around what to do with them now that they are home?⁠
View All Instagram Posts

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