Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 4

The Tiny Couch: Wellness for All

Valerie Rice | March 25, 2021

Welcome to the final instalment of this series, you made it! Thank you for your patience and dedication to learning about including all our brains into the kaleidoscope of functioning. I’m super excited that we got here together! This is the last and possibly most difficult piece of the puzzle. Advocacy and consistency, which go hand in hand, and can be emotionally exhausting for the parent. So let’s dive right in, shall we?

ADVOCACY

This word can be overwhelming, but do not let it scare you. Nobody expects you to leap into the general fray and make sweeping policy changes or anything. Yet. That was a joke, you don’t have to do that ever if you don’t want to. The only person you need to worry about is your diverse human and their needs. This is going to be a monumental and life long…

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