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We brought together 32 or more of the world’s autism and parenting experts to share the most effective symptom management and parenting strategies for kids with less-obvious autism, and their parents.
They share insights on the autistic brain and experience, the impact of sensory struggles, effective symptom management, coping with emotional intensity, transitioning after high school, empowering your child for success, and so, so much more.
Over 24 hours of expertise in one powerful library!
If you want to improve life for your child with autism, and improve life for yourself as a parent of a child with autism, you need this Parenting Autism Experts Library.

Thank you, thank you, thank you for this summit. It has been SO eye opening. I am seriously in tears because it is the perfect message at the perfect time. I’ve passed the link on to all of my fellow Autism mom friends. All of your efforts in organizing this are appreciated.

— Bethany, U.S, 2018 Parenting Autism Summit

What You'll Learn

Understand Autism

Autism is a complex neuro-developmental disorder. Understanding the gifts and challenges will help you better understand your child so you can help them succeed.

Interventions

Treatment and therapies can greatly improve the lives of individuals with autism, even those with symptoms that are less obvious. Learn about the options so you can determine what will be helpful for your child.

Parenting Strategies

Many parents worry about how to change autistic behaviors, but it’s more helpful to understand what causes the behaviors. Learn what your child’s behavior is telling you, and how to address it.

School, Work & Life Skills

Many families wonder how to help their autistic child function in a neurotypical world. We’ll tackle school issues, transition strategies, college success, and employment readiness for individuals with autism.

Friends & Family

Social and communication skills are a well-known struggle for those on the autism spectrum. Learn how to strengthen the parent-child relationship, improve social skills, and navigate relationships.

“This was the type of training is what I have been looking for since my children were diagnosed. It’s so helpful to know about the challenges that others have gone through and the options available out there for me to prepare my kids for the future — in school, work, and social development. Thank you soooooo much for offering this summit!”

— An, U.S, 2018 Parenting ADHD Summit

The Experts & What You'll Learn From Them

  Understanding Autism

Understanding the Core Challenges of Growing Up with Autism

Dr. Dan Shapiro, MD
Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician, Parent Child Journey Creator


The Trauma Effect the Autism Experience Has on the Brain

Robert Cox, MA, LPC, NCC
Nationally Certified Counselor, Author


Brain Differences and Their Impact on Your Child’s Autistic Experience

Sarah Wayland, PhD
Special Needs Care Navigator, RDI Consultant


Flexible Thinking in a Dynamically Changing World

Steven E. Gutstein, PhD
Developer & CEO of RDIconnect®


Co-Occurring Disorders Common with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Salya Namazi, PhD 
Clinical Neuropsychologist


Autism Looks Different in Girls — They Don’t Fit All Autism Stereotypes

Donna Henderson, PsyD
Clinical Neuropsychologist


 Interventions

Understanding & Honoring Kids’ Sensory Sensitivities

Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A.Carol Stock Kranowitz, MA
Author of “The Out-of-Sync Child,” Music, Movement, and Drama Teacher


Medication Management for Kids on the Spectrum

Dr. Gonzalo Laje, MD, MHSc, FAPA
Psychiatrist, Director, Washington Behavioral Medicine Associates


Creating Optimal Wellness for Kids with Autism, with Jennifer Scribner
Creating Optimal Wellness for Kids with Autism

Jennifer Scribner, NTP CGP
Nutritional Therapy, Certified GAPS™, and Restorative Wellness Practitioner


Enhancing Success for Physical Activity and Sports Programs 

Melissa Pangelinan, PhD
Assistant Professor, School of Kinesiology, Auburn University, Director: Pediatric Movement Lab


How to Help Kids With Language Processing Difficulties

Maria V. Dixon, M.A., CCC-SLP
Clinical Associate Professor, Arizona State University


Learning to Cope: How the Parent Brain Evolves From Grief to Acceptance & Beyond

Rita Eichenstein, PhD
Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Author of “Not What I Expected: Help and Hope for Parents of Atypical Children”


 Parenting Strategies

Understanding the Rumble & Rage and Managing the Cycle of Meltdowns

Brenda Smith Myles, PhD
Author, Publisher, Autism Society of America’s Outstanding Professional Award


Managing and Resolving Challenging Behavior

Holly Moses, MS, BCBA, LPC, LPA
Psychologist, Behavior Analyst


Teaching Social and Emotional Concepts to Kids with Autism

Kari Dunn Buron
Autism Education Specialist, Author of “The Incredible 5-Point Scale”


Untangling Our Own Stuff So Our Kids Can Be Who They Are

Debbie Reber
Author of “Wired Differently,” Founder of TiLT Parenting


No “Fixing” Required: Accepting Our Kids for Who They Are

Heather Chauvin, BSW
Thought Leader in Parenting & Women’s Leadership


Change Course: The Pitfalls of Traditional Parenting & What Works Better

Penny Williams
Author of “Boy Without Instructions,” Self-Care & Parenting Trainer and Coach


“This summit showed me that I’m not alone. I have felt so defective because I couldn’t “fix” things for my son! The sessions inspired me to let my son lead. It’s scary, and it will be hard, but this is his life… if I want him to be independent, I need to let him start.”

— Vivian, U.S, 2018 Parenting ADHD Summit

 Friends & Family

The Importance of the Parent-Child Guiding Relationship

Rachelle Sheely, PhD
Clinical Psychologist, Co-Developer of Relationship Development Intervention® (RDI)


Social Skills Interventions & Strategies that Help Kids with ASD

Kathy Dow-Burger, CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist/Assoc Clinical Professor, University of Maryland-College Park


Loving Connections: Getting Away from Blame and Shame in Parenting

Jenny Palmiotto, PsyD, LMFT
Psychologist, Director of The Family Guidance & Therapy Center


Communication Strategies to Build Connections

Dr. Alisha Griffith, Au. D, CCC SLP, CPC
Communication Expert, Author, IGNITE Coach


Ensuring Siblings Feel Loved and Important, Too

Jackie Flynn, EDS, LMHC, RPT
Psychotherapist, Education Specialist, Play Therapist


The Importance of Self-Care for Parents of Kids with Special Needs

Vikki Spencer
aka, The Mom Whisperer, Author, Mom Coach


  School, Work & Life Skills

Be Different: Navigating a World of Neurotyicals, with John Elder Robison
Be Different: Navigating the World of Neurotypicals

John Elder RobisonJohn Elder Robison
Author of 4 Books, Including “Look Me In the Eye,” Speaker, Advocate


Developing Independence & Flexibility in Kids with Executive Function Deficits

Monica Adler Werner, MA
Executive & Parent Coach at Center for Assessment and Treatment


Transitioning to Life After High School: College & Gap Year

Judith S Bass, CEP
Founder of CollegeWebLD.com


Preparing Your Teen for Life After High School: Career Readiness

Haley Dunn, MA, LPC
Teen & Adult Coordinator at Milestones Autism Resources


How to Advocate Effectively with School Teams

Debrah Martin, MA
School Psychologist & Educational Consultant


Homeschooling & Hybrid: Alternatives for Autistic Students

Homeschooling & Hybrid: Alternative Possibilities for Students with AutismShawna Wingert
Founder of Not the Former Things, Author of 3 Books on Autism and Special Needs


Failure to Launch: Helping Young Adults Transition to Independent Living

Alisa Foreman, LMFT
Marriage and Family Therapist, Clinical Director of the Optimum Performance Institute


Their Beautiful Minds: Taking a Strengths-Based Approach to Autism

Dr. Edward Hallowell
Child and Adult Psychiatrist


Get the Expert Library Now!

$147  $457

(this sale expires December 31, 2018)

Forever Access to All 32 Video Presentations
Forever Access to All 32 Audio Presentations
Download and Watch or Listen to Sessions Anywhere
The Companion Empowerment Workbook
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This summit will lift you up and empower you to help your child… and your family.

Meet Your Hosts

Penny Williams

Parenting ADHD Trainer & Guide. Award-Winning Author. Journalist. Speaker.

Penny Williams trains and coaches parents raising kids with ADHD and/or autism. She’s the parent of a son with ADHD and autism, and the award-winning author of four books on parenting kids with ADHD: Boy Without Instructions, What to Expect When Parenting Children with ADHDThe Insider’s Guide to ADHD, and The Hidden Layers of ADHD.

Penny is the current editor of ParentingADHDandAutism.com, Founder and Instructor for The Parenting ADHD & Autism Academy, retreat facilitator for the Happy Mama Retreat and the Purposeful Parenting Bootcamp, and a frequent contributor on parenting and children with ADHD for ADDitude Magazine and other parenting and special needs publications.

ParentingADHDandAutism.com

Sarah Wayland, PhD

Parent Coach. RDI™ Consultant. Special Needs Care Navigator.

Sarah Wayland, Ph.D. founded her company, Guiding Exceptional Parents, to help parents learn how to confidently and effectively help their children with ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, and other brain-based differences at home, at school, and in the community.

In addition to teaching and working with individual clients, Sarah is co-editor of the book “Technology Tools for Students with Autism”, and has written articles for the 2e Newsletter, Washington Parent Magazine, the Gifted Homeschoolers Forum, and Expert Beacon. You can learn more at www.guidingexceptionalparents.com.

Guidingexceptionalparents.com

Get the Expert Library Now!

$147  $457

(this sale expires December 31, 2018)

Forever Access to All 32 Video Presentations
Forever Access to All 32 Audio Presentations
Download and Watch or Listen to Sessions Anywhere
The Companion Empowerment Workbook
All Speaker Bonus Downloads
Start learning from the experts now
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