Dear Family Member: A Letter I Hope You Read
A letter from parents to those closest to them, articulating the experience of parenting a child with brain-based differences.
Questions to Consider When Choosing a Therapy Modality for Your Child
A look at how neuroscience research and the neurobehavioral approach align with therapy modalities your child might be receiving.
The Challenge of Learning Lapses and Missing Memory
A collection of accommodation ideas, specific to learning and memory, for parents of children with brain-based differences.
'Putting yourself in someone else’s shoes' is actually a cognitively complex skill, and for that reason, many children with brain-ba
"You Ruin Everything."
Most parents of children with neurobehavioral challenges have experienced the well-intentioned event that spins, unforgettably, into...
Disclosure: A Path to Understanding
When my “neurotypical” son was in kindergarten, he began to verbalize observations about how his sister, who lives with FAS (and is 15...
Back to School: Tips for the Transition
There are things you can do as a parent, right now, to begin building a new foundation of collaboration with your child's teacher, with
Dysmaturity and the Challenges of Friendship
One of the most difficult aspects of watching children with FASD grow older in the midst of dysmaturity, is the heartbreak that comes with t
Creating Space, Finding a Place
A Halloween party, exciting for so many students, is one of many environments that present obstacles for our daughter with sensory processin
Parenting at the Intersection of Values and Behaviors
Why is the recognition of our deeply-held personal value system, and our investment in it, so critical to the neurobehavioral parenting jour