FSA and Support for ADHD and Dyslexia

Here is some really exciting news about developments with flexible spending accounts and health savings accounts being able to be used for ADHD and Dyslexia treatment strategies like coaching and tutoring. Have you had any experience with this? Let me know in the comments! Transcription: Hey, JoyGenea here, I just heard the most interesting and

Part 2: Championing for Different Thinkers

Let’s talk about what championing for different thinkers looks like. My greatest lesson on this came from an 11-year-old who stood up for me back in school. CLICK HERE for an in depth blog about Championing Different Thinkers. CLICK HERE if you missed part 1 of the series. CLICK HERE for part 3 of the

Part 2 What does Self-Care look like for Dyslexics and ADHD

We can’t start talking about self-care and not explain what it is. What is self-care? “the practice of taking action to preserve or improve one’s own health.” Oxford Languages “Self-care is the practice of taking care of your physical, mental, and emotional health. It is about making choices that support your well-being and help you

Top 5 Young Adult Advancing Strategies- Part 5

It is so important for young neurodiverse adults to find community when they are making big life transitions. My last tip in this series is to help the young adult in your life get connected wherever they are headed off to. CLICK HERE to read the full blog on the Top 5 Young Adult Advancing

Top 5 Young Adult Advancing Strategies – Part 4

When supporting a neurodiverse young adult as they move into the next stage of life, rewarding accomplishments small and large can really help. Check back for part 5! CLICK HERE to read the full blog on the Top 5 Young Adult Advancing Strategies. CLICK HERE for part 1 of the Young Adult Advancing Strategies Video

Top 5 Young Adult Advancing Strategies – Part 2

Part 2 of my series sharing some of the most important strategies for parents supporting neurodiverse young adults as they start going off into the world. CLICK HERE to read the full blog on the Top 5 Young Adult Advancing Strategies. CLICK HERE for part 1 of the Young Adult Advancing Strategies Video Series. CLICK

Top 5 Young Adult Advancing Strategies – Part 1

These are some of the most important strategies for parents supporting neurodiverse young adults as they start going off into the world. CLICK HERE to read the full blog on the Top 5 Young Adult Advancing Strategies. CLICK HERE for part 2 of the Young Adult Advancing Strategies Video Series. CLICK HERE for part 3

Top 5 Young Adult Advancing Strategies

8 Simple Strategies for Students With ADHD I recently found this article and knew that it would be valuable for many young adults between the ages of 16 and 32. Oftentimes parents think that a neurodiverse person who’s legally aged into adulthood at 18 is ready to take on all the responsibilities that come with

Resilience Part 5- Meditate – Ways to do that and being neurodiverse

Here are the other blogs in this series: Resilience – Science-Backed Strategies from a Dyslexic / ADHD Perspective Resilience Part 2- Change the Narrative – what are some ways we can do that? What about being neurodiverse would make that different from other people? Resilience Part 3- Face Your Fears – Ways to do that