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Parenting Autism

Everyone is born with the skills they need to succeed in life, even people with learning difficulties. It is just a case of finding them inside.

 

Michelle is probably best known in the field for her #1 Amazon Best Seller HOW TO TURN YOUR CHILD’S AUTISM AROUND AND SAVE MONEY. This book saw her shoot to fame with her no frills approach to parenting this bewildering disorder which has left professionals clueless for decades.

She is a parent of an autistic teenager herself. Her son, Jon, has been her guiding light and inspiration in developing her research and skills when working with ASD’s.  She has written a number of books on Asperger’s Syndrome and has helped countless young adults across the world find the social and communication skills they need. She has also written the official course on Udemy, seeing her awarded 4.5 out of 5 stars on this global learning platform. Her course, UNLEASH THE POSITIVE MIND MASTERCLASS can be found here:

As you can see, she is more than eqipped for taking your life and that of your child to the next level. Using a unique mix of NLP and CBT as well as some hard earned personal experience, Michelle will show you exactly what you and your child are capable of.

You will be amazed.

do you know what your child is capable of?

2 thoughts on “Parenting Autism

  1. Hi Michelle
    I’ve just found a couple of your videos on YouTube. They were very good, and I really enjoyed your sense of humour. I have an 11-year-old boy with PDA. It hasn’t been easy but we have had a benefit – I, his 43-year-old mother, have PDA too. Once I managed to bring myself back down from flying around the ceiling, our journey has been long but we have both made massive progress. I am able to show him that, even with this challenging issue, you can have a good job, a fulfilling life and a loving family.
    Thanks again. Andrea

    1. Hi Andrea,

      Great to hear from you and thank you so much for your comments. I loved reading them! My heart of course goes out to you. Jon is 16 and can be everyone’s worst nightmare refusing to do anything, getting angry for no reason. Objectional. You name it. I have to admit that if he just had the Autism and not the PDA, life would be a heck of a lot easier. Interesting that you say you too have PDA. Since coping with Jonathan, I have come to the conclusion that all the best people in the world have PDA. If I think about some of the great people in our history: actors, leaders of some sort or another, musicians, thinkers, writers etc, they have all been somewhat difficult yet deeply complex and colourful people who have been brilliant, unique geniuses and have given the world much to be proud of. I can tell from your comments that you are both too, uniquely brilliant people who cope with life in corners that very few people get to understand. With incredible lows come equal highs, and to be honest, I wouldn’t want life any other way… 🙂 Best wishes to you both and a safe journey x

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