Sarah Wayland – All Parenting Autism Experts Libraries

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Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder. Understanding how lagging skills and development impact behavior leads to happier kids and families.

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Sarah Wayland – All Parenting Autism Experts Libraries

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All Parenting Autism Experts Libraries

Forever Access to Top Insights and Strategies for Effectively Raising a Child with ADHD, from 60 Leading Autism and Parenting Experts

About the Parenting Autism Experts Libraries

These libraries are all about helping you to help your child — and your family — thrive. Sixty (60) interviews with some of the world’s autism and parenting experts to share the most effective symptom management and parenting strategies for kids with less-obvious (“high-functioning”) autism or Asperger’s, 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, behavior, emotions, and regulation, social challenges, life as a teen or adult with autism, empowering your child for success, and so, so much more.
Join thousands of parents improving life for their children with autism, as well as themselves and their families.

The Experts & What You’ll Learn From Them

2019 Library

Behavior, Emotions & Self-Regulation

Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder. Understanding how lagging skills and development impact behavior leads to happier kids and families.

— Sensory Challenges: What They Are and How to Help Your Kid Cope • Carol Stock Kranowitz, MA, Author of “The Out-of-Sync Child,” Music, Movement, and Drama Teacher

— Self-Regulation and Autism • Susan Hopkins, EdD, Executive Director of The MEHRIT Centre

— Interoception — The Eighth Sense • Kelly Mahler MS, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist, International Speaker, Author of “Interoception: The Eighth Sensory System” and “The Interoception Curriculum”

— When the Two Exceptionalities are Autism & Giftedness • Julie F. Skolnick MA, JD, Founder of With Understanding Comes Calm

— Developing Flexible Thinking • Kristine Mastronardi & Jake Mastrionardi, A Mother-Son team, Kristine is a Certified RDI® Consultant & Jake is a CATCH-Certified Dog Trainer and a person with autism

— The Ziggurat Model – Designing Comprehensive Intervention Plans • Ruth Aspy, PhD & Barry G. Grossman, PhD. Psychologists. Co-Creators of the Ziggurat Model, coauthors of “FBA to Z: Functional Behavior and Intervention Plans for Individuals with ASD

— Autism, Trauma, and the Therapies that Can Remap the Brain • Julie M Bowen, LCSW. Director of Therapy and Services at HOPE Therapy & Wellness Center.

Parenting the Kid You Have

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.

— Honoring the Emotional Experiences of Teens & Young Adults • Debbie Reber, MA, Author of “Wired Differently: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World,” Founder of TiLT Parenting

— The Subtle Presentations of Autism • Donna Henderson, PsyD, Clinical Neuropsychologist with The Stixrud Group

— How to Let Go of the Struggle and Focus on What Matters • Ann-Louise T. Lockhart, PsyD, ABPP, Pediatric Psychologist, Board Certified Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology

— The Power of Creating Structure & Routine • Penny Williams, Award-Winning Author, Self-Care & Parenting Coach

— Holistic Care for Kids with Autism • Elisa Song, MD, Integrative Pediatrician, Founder of Whole Family Wellness

— Finding Purpose: Exploring & Nurturing Your Child’s Interests • Colleen Kessler, MEd, Gifted Education Coach, Author, Speaker, and Founder of RaisingLifelongLearners.com

— Working With Your Child’s Pediatrician • Yulanda Swindell, MD, Pediatrician at The One World Center for Autism

Making Connections & Social Development

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.

— What I Wish They Knew When I Was Young… • Kim Clairy, OTR/L with Williams Miller, Licensed Occupational Therapist, Private Consultant, ASD Expert

— Language Skills: How They Cause Difficulties with Theory of Mind, Problem Solving, and More • Kathy Dow-Burger, CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist/ Associate Clinical Professor, University of Maryland – College Park

— A Friend for Me: Navigating the Journey of Friendship • Rachelle Sheely, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Co-Developer of Relationship Development Intervention (RDI®), and President of the RDI Connections Center

— The Importance of Making Meaningful Connections • Dr. Edward Hallowell, Board-certified Child & Adult Psychiatrist, NY Times Best-Selling Author, world-renowned speaker, and founder of The Hallowell Centers

— The Foundations of Connection and How to Teach Them • Sarah Wayland, PhD, RDI® Consultant, Parent Coach, Special Needs Care Navigator, Internationally Recognized Speaker

— Teaching Social Skills Using the PEERS® Curriculum • Caron Starobin, LCSW-C, & Jamell White, PhD, LCSW-C – Therapists and Certified PEERS® Instructors

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— Helping Your Anxious Child with Social Interactions & Connections • Sharon Saline, PsyD – Clinical Psychologist

School, Work & Beyond

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.

— Working With and Improving Executive Functioning Deficits • Brendan Mahan, MEd, MS, Executive Function Consultant/ Coach, Veteran Educator

— College Supports & Preparing for Employment • Laurie Ackles, LMSW, Director of the Spectrum Support Program at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Higher Education Consultant with College Autism Spectrum (CAS)

— The Intersection of Race, Autism, and Emotional Disabilities • Abila Tazanu, MD, Founder and Executive Director of the One World Center for Autism, Inc.

— How to Help Autistic People Develop Self-Advocacy Skills •Stephen Shore, Professor of Special Education at Adelphi University – Educator, Consultant and Author

— Tools & Strategies for the Classroom • Sasha Long, BCBA, MA, Behavior Analyst, Former Special Education Teacher, Founder of The Autism Helper, Inc.

— Assistive Technology to Help Students with Autism & Related Learning Challenges • Joan L. Green, MA CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist, Assistive Technology Specialist, Author, Presenter

— Navigating Special Education When Your Child has Autism • Kristin Cook, Special Education Navigator

2018 Library

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.

— Understanding the Core Challenges of Growing Up with Autism • Dr. Dan Shapiro, MD, Developmental Pediatrician, Founder of Parent Child Journey Program

— The Trauma Effect the Autism Experience Has on the Brain • Robert Cox, MA, LPC, NCC, Therapist, Author of The Life Recovery Method

— Brain Differences and Their Impact on Your Child’s Autistic Experience • Sarah Wayland, PhD, RDI® Consultant, Parent Coach, Special Needs Care Navigator

— Flexible Thinking in a Dynamically Changing World • Steven E. Gutstein, PhD, Developer of RDIconnect®

— Co-Occurring Disorders Common with Autism Spectrum Disorder • Salya Namazi, PhD, Clinical Neuropsychologist & Licensed Psychologist

— Autism is Different in Girls — They Don’t Fit the Autism Stereotypes • Donna Henderson, Psy.D., Clinical Neuropsychologist with The Stixrud Group

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.

— Understanding & Honoring Kids’ Sensory Sensitivities • Carol Stock Kranowitz, MA, Author of The Out of Sync Child, Sensory Expert

— Medication Management for Kids on the Spectrum • Dr. Gonzalo Laje, MD, MHSc, FAPA, Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist

— Creating Optimal Wellness for Kids with Autism • Jennifer Scribner, NTP CGP, Nutritional Therapy Practitioner, Certified GAPS™ Practitioner

— Enhancing Success for Physical Activity and Sports Programs • Melissa Pangelinan, PhD, Director, Pediatric Movement & Physical Activity Lab, Auburn University

— How to Help Kids With Language Processing Difficulties • Maria Dixon, MA, CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist

— Learning to Cope: How the Parent Brain Evolves From Grief to Acceptance and Beyond • Rita Eichenstein, PhD, Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Author of Not What I Expected

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.

— Understanding the Rumble & Rage and Managing the Cycle of Meltdowns • Brenda Smith Myles, PhD, President of AAPC Publishing, World-Reknown Speaker on Autism

— Managing and Resolving Challenging Behavior • Holly Moses, MS, BCBA, LPC, LPA, Psychologist and Behavior Analyst

— Teaching Social and Emotional Concepts to Kids with Autism • Kari Dunn Buron, Co-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, Tedx Speaker, Creator of the Mom Is In Control Podcast

— Change Course: The Pitfalls of Traditional Parenting & What Works Better • Penny Williams, Award-Winning Author, Self-Care & Parenting ADHD & Autism Coach

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.

— The Importance of the Parent-Child Guiding Relationship • Rachelle Sheely, PhD, Clinical Psychologist, Co-Developer of RDI®

— Social Skills Interventions and Strategies that Help Children with ASD • Kathy Dow-Burger, MA, CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist/ Associate Clinical Professor

— Loving Connections: Getting Away from Blame and Shame • Jenny Palmiotto, PsyD, LMFT, Clinical Director Family Guidance & Therapy Center, Founder Love & Autism

— Communication Strategies to Build Connections • Dr. Alisha Griffith, Au. D, CCC SLP, CPC, Speech-Language Pathologist Audiologist, Author of Au-mazing Gift

— Ensuring Siblings Feel Loved & Important, Too • Jackie Flynn, EDS, LMHC, RPT, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Registered Play Therapist, Certified EMDR Therapist

— The Importance of Self-Care for Parents of Kids with Special Needs • Vikki Spencer, Family Change Agent, Encourager of the Worn, and Mom Whisperer

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.

— Be Different: Navigating the World of Neurotypicals • John Elder Robison, Author of the NYT Bestseller, Look Me In the Eye

— Developing Independence & Flexibility in Teens w/ Executive Function Deficits • Monica Adler Werner, MA, Executive Function and Parent Coach, Co-Author of Unstuck & On Target

— Transitioning to Life After High School: College & Gap Year • Judith S Bass, CEP, Developer of CollegeWebLD

— 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, Advocate for Children

— Homeschooling & Hybrid: Alternatives for Autistic Students • Shawna Wingert, Creator of Not The Former Things, Former Educator

— Failure to Launch: Helping Young Adults with Autism Transition to Independent Living • Alisa Foreman, LMFT, Clinical Director, Optimum Performance Institute

— Their Beautiful Minds: Focusing on Strengths • Dr. Edward Hallowell, Child & Adult Psychiatrist, NYT Best-Selling Author

What You Get

OWN BOTH ENTIRE LIBRARIES — ALL THE AUTISM SUMMIT SESSIONS!
— Forever access to all 60 video presentations
— Forever access to all 60 audio presentations
— The 2 Empowerment Workbooks
— All 60 speaker bonuses
— Certificates of Completion for Each Library

Valued at well over $900 USD

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