Wendy is a mom of 3 kids. After getting her master’s degree in special ed, she thought she’d be the best mom ever. It wasn’t long before she realized daily parenting is different than the textbooks, and some things just couldn't be explained through typical parenting strategies. For the past 6 years she has studied and taught parents across the globe about how sensory processing affects daily behavior.
What she found in research, uses in her home, and with parents across the globe all starts with what you’ll learn here which will explain so many of the quirky and frustrating behaviors you see daily.
Something that really impressed me about Wendy is how she’s put together her own approach from studying some of the most prolific and well-known researchers in the field of ADHD to help caregivers better parent and support their kids.
While we know that SPD is commonly understood to be associated with autism, sensory processing affects everyone.
This workshop will help everyone here to better understand themselves, and those in their family. The ability to learn, focus, sit still, or maintain attention is all affected heavily by sensory preferences.
We will discuss ways to support those preferences naturally in your home.
By the end of it, you will have the knowledge needed to best support your child to be more focused than ever before.
Wendy is a mom of 3 kids with a master's degree in special education. She started her parenting journey thinking she had all the answers and that parenting would be a breeze. Then she had kids…
She soon realized parenting isn’t something as black and white as a textbook because kids come with all different abilities, strengths, and needs.
In discovering this, she found her passion was to help parents understand behavior at a deeper level and has been teaching this process through online courses for the past 6 years.
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