Today on Community Voices we discuss tools to help our children have their own voices and also what parents can do to help children learn to self advocate for themselves.
We will be talking about kids with ADHD, Aspergers and more… Today I have with me the brilliant Brian R. King
Brian R. King LCSW is a Relationship Breakthrough Specialist who trains parents and educators to use innovative communication strategies to connect more effectively with their children/students on the autism spectrum.
As a 24 year cancer survivor, adult with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, A.D.D., the father of three sons on the autism spectrum as well as someone who lives on the autism spectrum myself, I’ve learned something very critical. That success in life has nothing to do with circumstances but everything to do with strategies.
I’ve learned that Fear and Excitement are the same feeling, the difference being whether you decide the feeling means that “I can’t” or that “I’m ready!”
I’ve become a master of turning Problems into Possibilities and Obstacles into Opportunities and I’ve learned to teach my clients to do the same thing using what I refer to as “The Effective Factor.” A laser focused ability to make small shifts that create massive results in every area of your life.
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