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Help Your Neurodiverse Child Thrive (ADHD/ASD)

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About This Library

This library addresses ways to support your child with ADHD or Autism with low support needs. Many parents of children with special needs report higher than average levels of stress and conflict. Often symptoms can look like misbehavior, and children with special needs may not respond to the discipline techniques that work for other children. Diagnoses like Autism Spectrum Disorder or ADHD require behavioral support strategies that are specific to each child’s needs. Effective discipline is built on empathy and a balance between flexibility and consistency. It’s time to stop just surviving, and gain the tools you need to thrive and enjoy your relationship with your child, as you support their growth and development.

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After this library, you will be able to:

  • Implement positive discipline strategies that address the unique behavioral needs of children with ADHD, ASD, or other neurodevelopmental conditions.
  • Cultivate an empathetic approach to discipline that balances flexibility with consistency, promoting a harmonious family dynamic.
  • Equip your child with tools to navigate social situations, make friends, maintain relationships, and develop essential interpersonal skills.
  • Establish structured routines and rules that create a predictable, low-stress environment conducive to joyful family time.
  • Become an informed and effective advocate for your child, ensuring their needs are understood and accommodated in various settings.

Meet your Instructors

Kimberly Barton

Medical Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD,


Ruth Freeman

Mental Health, School Age, Relationships,


Aaron Weintraub

Autism, Anxiety, ADHD,

MS, Curriculum Advisor


  • communication
  • cooperation
  • discipline
  • Neurodiversity (ADHD/ASD)
  • rules/routines

Age Category

  • All, Mental Health Essentials
  • School Age
  • Teens & Young Adults
  • Toddlers & Preschoolers
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