"but my child can't be autistic"
How many times have you said that?
How many times have you heard this?
Denial is not just a river in Egypt, my friend. But when you get to the autism diagnosis? That's often the first place that people end up.
"my life will never be the same..."
Here's the thing: you're absolutely right. Life, as you know it, has changed. But, if you want to dwell- it's never going to get better.
Trust me here, I know. I dwelled. I swore, I was angry at everything and everyone. I blamed everything and everyone.
But in reality? That didn't help the situation at all. Did it help me feel better in that moment? Maybe.
But long term? Absolutely not.
"I can't do anything..."
And that, my friend, is where you are wrong. Because yes you can do something. In fact? I know you can do something.
Because I was once there.
I was at a point of overwhelm from my daughter's autism diagnosis and it sucked. Big time. I had no clue as to what to do. I couldn't tell you the difference between ABA and an IEP. We were working with enough therapists and specialists to make my head spin.
And then, on top of all of that, I'm expected to start future planning?
I didn't need all of the information, I didn't need to speak with a specialist, I didn't need to make another appointment.
What I needed was clarity and for someone to tell me that yes, it was going to be okay. Maybe not right at that moment, but eventually yes- it was going to be okay.
More importantly? I needed someone to tell me that I was going to be the one who would help make it all okay.
I needed someone to believe in me as much as my kids believed in me.
introducing the autism diagnosis blueprint
I don't have a crystal ball, I don't have a magic wand, I can't predict your future.
I can, however, give you a blueprint, a virtual hand to hold, some clear cut answers, and a plan.
what's in the blueprint:
THE 6 WEEK COURSE:
It starts with a six week, self-paced, course that walks you through all of the things. Not all of the future things, not all of the what-if things, but all of the immediate things.
- Defining Autism
- Parental concerns by ages & stages
- The evaluation process
- Reconciling Feelings
- Planning Ahead
- Planning for Your Role as Caregiver
- Building Your Support Network
THE AUTISM PARENTING LIBRARY
Once you're done with the course, you get access to my library of tools. Lifetime access to this library gets you:
- The Autism Printable Bundle
- Autism Parenting Workshops
- Autism Behavior Blueprint
- Autism Advocacy Blueprint
- The Complete Visual Schedule System
- License to use/distribute to your classroom, families, parents, etc. (if you are a teacher, respite worker, etc.)
- The Autism Printable Club (monthly printables including social stories, worksheets, and more)
sounds great, but how much does it cost?
Let's think about this for a minute, okay?
I could tell you that... working with me on a 1:1 basis? That's $497 for 6 weeks. Because it is.
I could tell you that... purchasing one of my courses? That's $297 for one course. Because it is.
I could tell you that... purchasing access to a workshop? That's $97 per workshop. Because it is.
Do you see where I'm going? But this isn't about charging you separately, this isn't about charging you for one thing. This is about helping and getting this into the hands of those who need it the most.
need more help?
You're getting a lot in the New Diagnosis Blueprint.
There's a full six week course to start and then, after you've gone through that, you unlock access to a whole library of things.
But, if you need more...
If you really want more?
I can do that too.
VIP access will get you:
- Additional 1:1 support calls
- Limited office hours on Voxer (real time responses- as good as you'll get to having my cellphone number)
- Weekly group coaching calls
I don't do a lot of these VIP packages because: it's an emotional investment. And when I say this, I do not say it lightly. I will be emotionally invested in you. Why? Because I was once you.
I was that overwhelmed mom who was looking for answers.
I was that overwhelmed mom who was one more meltdown away from a nervous breakdown.
I was that overwhelmed mom who as in the ER thinking she was having a heart attack but was really having an anxiety attack.
I survived... More than just survived? I am thriving. And so is my relationship with my autistic daughter. Do we still struggle? Of course. But now, we both know how to handle it better. More importantly? I know how to handle it better.
And I can help you get there too.
Ready to go VIP?
If you're ready to go VIP, I'm ready to have you!
We can get you started with one full payment of $397 OR two monthly payments of $200 OR four monthly payments of $100.