We are so excited to introduce our school (im)Possible Parenting to you!
Nanette, Regine, and I have worked extremely hard the last few weeks to line topics up that parents and individuals with specific needs have requested. We will be covering all topics regarding parenting (neurodivergent and neurotypical), frustrations from individuals diagnosed with ASD and other related disorders, what professional advise, and much much more!
We are going to be releasing short, informative courses that will guide you every step of the way, by providing you not only with practical support strategies but also examples of how this can be used, templates to print and utilize the same day as well as 1:1 private sessions (when and if needed). We are also planning the launch of our MasterClass where you, as a provider or professional (or both) will have the opportunity to learn effective strategies to support neurodivergent children in remaining calm, in control of their emotions, and become more independent in a natural (and fun) way!
Another exciting series is individuals officially and unofficially diagnosed with various conditions (such as ASD) will share their ideas and tips with parents and other neurodivergent individuals.
And don’t worry – we will dedicate an entire blog (perhaps a short training too) on what neurodiverse, neurodivergent, neurotypical, etc mean. We are after all one big family – so sharing is not only caring but mandatory at AIMS.
The best part of all of this, or the part that is probably quite important for us all after a rough year and a bit, is that we have lots of free resources to share. We have e-books, informative videos, templates, and other resources that we want to give to you completely free. Our goal is to show parents, professionals, and advocates how easy it is to build positive connections with all people (including those with a possible autism diagnosis) and that “therapy” can be turned into play, activities, outings, and games! We want to decrease therapy hours, increase strategies to support neurodivergent children and adults to become more independent and have effective coping skills for all environments and situations.
We can’t wait to get to know you more – so please feel free to send us an email!
Let’s all aim for aims and keep things natural and fun!
Here is the link again for our school – have a look and maybe try out a free course or two? Enjoy the weekend or week – whenever you get a moment to read this 🙂
Karla (psychologist and co-founder: AIMS Global)