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Online - Tilt Parenting Seminar

  • August 04, 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Zoom, Tilt Parenting
What Should We Be Doing, Anyway? - Prioritize & Plan for Back to School with Neurodiverse Kids

Are you stressed about the unknowns of back-to-school this year? Are you worried about how you and your differently wired kids will cope with the demands and expectations of life this fall? Do you feel overwhelmed by the task of balancing your own needs and responsibilities with getting your kids the support and structure they need?

Tilt Parenting wants to feel confident in the decisions you make and where you focus your energy this fall when it comes to your children, whether they’re back in class, remote learning, homeschooling, or all (or none) of the above. They offer a one-time, live, interactive workshop organized this way. In the first hour, they’ll share practical strategies, concrete action steps, and inspiration you can use to formulate a plan specific to your family’s circumstances. In the second hour and beyond, they’ll open the floor for questions, coaching, and troubleshooting. They want you to leave the event having what you need, so we’re committing to staying on the call until everyone’s questions are answered. Afterward, they’ll send out a PDF of resources, scripts, and planning templates so you can integrate what works for you into your daily life. The presenters are Debbie Reber and Seth Perler. 

Seth Perler is a renegade teacher turned Executive Function Coach/Education Coach who is based in Boulder, CO. He helps struggling students navigate a crazy educational landscape and does his part to “disrupt” and improve education. Seth specializes in Executive Function and 2e.   Debbie Reber is a parenting activist, New York Times bestselling author, keynote speaker, and the founder of TiLT Parenting, a top podcast, community, and educational resource for parents raising differently wired children.  

The event has a pay what you can fee.  For more details and registration, please see here

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