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Atypical Approaches: Unlock the Brilliance of Your Differently-Wired Kid

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Right now, millions of children are growing up in a world that doesn’t respect, support, or embrace who they inherently are. Some children are just “differently wired”— kids with neurodifferences such as ADHD, autism, learning disorders and more. What if instead of seeing their differences as deficiencies we recognized the beauty and brilliance of our atypical kids and empowered others to do the same?

Watch this enlightening conversation with bestselling author, speaker, and the CEO and founder of Tilt Parenting, Debbie Reber, as she shares strategies for supporting your differently-wired kid that will help your family move from surviving to thriving.

Learn how to:

  • Foster a connected and secure relationship with your child
  • Recognize and celebrate your child’s strength
  • Make easy, effective changes to your everyday routines that work for your family
  • Advocate for and equip your child to maximize their learning and growth

Speaker Bio 

Debbie Reber, MA is a parenting activist, bestselling author, speaker, and the CEO and founder of Tilt Parenting, a resource, top-performing podcast, consultancy, and community with a focus on shifting the paradigm for parents raising and embracing neurodivergent children. Her most recent book, “Differently Wired: A Parent’s Guide to Raising an Atypical Child with Confidence and Hope,” came out in June 2018. After living abroad in the Netherlands for five years, Debbie, her husband, and differently wired teen moved to Brooklyn, NY in 2019.


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