PARENTING ADHD & AUTISM

The Parenting Collaborative

Group Coaching and Community with Parents Who Get It for Only $10 a month!

Parenting kids with ADHD and/or autism can be overwhelming, frustrating, and isolating. And helping your kids navigate all those challenges is often confusing and exhausting, for even the most dedicated parent. It can be a really lonely job.

And, when you have neuro-atypical kids, finding and connecting with other parents who “get it” can feel impossible. You may avoid kids’ social gatherings like birthday parties and school festivals because of your child’s struggles, and most parents just aren’t openly sharing their child’s struggles with colleagues at work or in the checkout line at the market.

Did we mention that raising kids with neurodevelopental differences can be a really lonely job?

Yeah, but it doesn’t have to be. This struggle is exactly why we created The Parenting Collaborative. You don’t have to do it alone, and we want to ensure that you don’t do it alone.

It's all about

Penny and Sarah offer clarity about the brain science, the nervous system, and human behavior that will help you to help your child and your family thrive. And the other parents in the collaborative offer experience, wisdom, perspective, and genuine empathy around your parenting challenges. They’re also the parents who will cheer and celebrate with you when your pre-teen finally learns to tie his shoes. YES!

In the twice-monthly Parenting Collaborative meetings you get:

Our next live meeting

The Parenting Collaborative meets twice a month via Zoom — the 2nd Friday at 1 pm EST U.S. AND the 4th Tuesday at 12 pm EST U.S. 

The next meeting is Friday, Jan. 8th, 2021 at 1 PM EST U.S.

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(Replays are available for a few weeks in case you miss a meeting.)

Meet your parenting coaches

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 hosting trainings, lecturing, 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, and the Gifted Homeschoolers Forum.

Penny Williams

Parenting ADHD/Autism Coach. Award-Winning Author. 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, including Boy Without Instructions.

Penny is the founder of ParentingADHDandAutism.com, Founder and Instructor for the Parenting ADHD & Autism Academy, host of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, facilitator for the Happy Mama Retreat, and a frequent contributor on parenting and children with ADHD for ADDitude Magazine.

Join our tribe of parents who get it!

Just $10 USD per month (that's only $5 per coaching call)!

Get expert advice and the support of a community who gets it. Feel less alone.

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