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Supporting differently wired children can be both rewarding and challenging! Holly Blanc Moses, everyone's favorite behavior expert, shares her strategies to help children diagnosed with Autism and/or ADHD. Subscribe now to learn how to effectively improve behavior, emotional health, social skills, and academic performance.

Dec 9, 2019

Learning can feel very challenging for differently wired children. They may show differences in processing speed, visual processing, working memory, auditory processing, reading comprehension, attention and more...

In today's podcast, Jennifer Huntington and I talk about games and toys that can help build...

Dec 4, 2019

All of us have an idea about how we want to show up for-

  • Our kids
  • Our family
  • Our friends
  • Our clients
  • Our colleagues

Here's the thing-

We aren't always able to show up how we want because we are all human.

In this podcast, Holly Yates and I talk about how to show up the way you want more often by-

  • Identifying your...

Nov 19, 2019

Differently wired children are much more likely to experience sexual abuse. Parents, teachers, and therapists need to be aware of effective educational strategies to prevent sexual victimization. 

LISTEN NOW for valuable information-

  • Identifying personal boundaries
  • Communicating feelings of discomfort
  • Understanding...

Oct 20, 2019

Have you ever heard, "I'm bored!" or "There's nothing to do!"? Do you feel like your child or client may not be capable of entertaining themselves? Well, they may be a Never Leaves You Alone Player.

On the other hand, they may spend most of their time away from others and it's hard to get them to participate in...

Oct 19, 2019

Why is it important to understand anxiety in differently wired children?  

Because anxiety can-

  • be mistaken for challenging behavior.
  • outweigh rewards.
  • contribute to depression.
  • impact social interactions.
  • stem from an overwhelming environment.
  • come from difficulty communicating needs.
  • impact academic performance.