Improve Your 5 Biggest Parenting Challenges Now

Simple Strategies to Create Improvement Right Now

Are you ready for a bit of life-changing? Life with a child with ADHD and/or autism doesn’t have to be chaotic, demanding, unpredictable, frustrating, overwhelming, challenging, and exhausting. 😲

It might feel impossible for it to be any other way, but my family is living proof that it’s absolutely possible.

It's all about your tools and perspective.

This free video training series addresses five of your biggest challenges in raising a child with neurodifferences and will help you start making improvements for your family, and yourself, right now! Get quick and simple tips and mindset shifts to create improvement fast.

The 5 lessons in this course cover:

What you'll accomplish in this course

Penny Williams

Your course instructor

Penny Williams

Penny Williams trains and coaches parents raising kids with ADHD and/or autism. She’s the award-winning author of three books on parenting ADHD — Boy Without InstructionsWhat to Expect When Parenting Children with ADHD, and The Insider’s Guide to ADHD — and her latest title, The Hidden Layers of ADHD. She’s also a frequent contributor on parenting and ADHD for ADDitude Magazine and other parenting and special needs publications.

She is often contacted for interviews on the subject of parenting a child with ADHD, being quoted in publications like The Chicago TribuneParenting.comLivescience, NBC’s Parenting section, and The High Desert Pulse. She’s also the coordinator of the annual Happy Mama Retreat and the Purposeful Parent Bootcamp.

Penny’s mission is to help parents of special needs kids turn struggles into triumphs, and start enjoying life again.

Get started right now.

You’ll have access to the first day’s lesson today. Then you’ll receive a lesson a day for 5 more days. 

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You can help your child to feel better and do better.

We'll show you how in this free masterclass, THE BEHAVIOR REVOLUTION: Understand your child's behavior and learn how to improve it compassionately and successfully, while honoring their neurodiversity.