Welcome to Every Brain is Different, the podcast that celebrates the unique abilities of individuals from all walks of life. Join us as we delve into the diverse world of neurodiversity, exploring the stories and experiences of those who live with extraordinary minds. From captivating interviews with neurodivergent individuals to heartfelt conversations with their unwavering allies, we aim to be a trusted resource and a bridge of understanding. Tune in as we amplify the voices and shed light on the incredible diversity of human cognition. Whether you're seeking connection, inspiration, or simply looking to broaden your perspective, Every Brain is Different invites you to join our compassionate community.
10 - Michelle Slaney-Trovato and Living Your Legacy
Parents always want to provide the very best for their children while they're still here with them. But what about the time when parents aren't around anymore? Join Samantha as she speaks with Michelle Slaney-Trovato about a topic that touches the core of every parent's heart - living your legacy. Parents often have big hopes and dreams for what their children will achieve in the future. And it is possible to make those dreams into a reality! Stay tuned!
9 - Ginny Kochis and Books for Support
Raising kids who are a bit different can be challenging, and many parents worry they're not doing it right. If you're feeling this way, it's important to know that you're not alone, and it doesn't mean you're failing! Join Samantha as she speaks with Ginny Kochis about books that provide support. These books can be incredibly valuable tools for parents, offering them guidance and advice to help their kids survive and thrive in today's world! Stay tuned!
8 - Michelle Steiner and Hidden Disabilities
Children with learning disabilities often face unfair judgments, with some people believing they can never learn or that finishing school is too tough for them. However, this is far from the truth! Join Samantha as she speaks with Michelle Steiner about hidden disabilities that affect some children. The key is to explore alternative teaching methods to help them learn. Learning disabilities should never be seen as a roadblock that prevents a child from reaching success in the future! Stay tuned!
7 - Dotty Hancock and Letting Kids Try New Things
It's pretty common for parents to support what their kids enjoy. But what about introducing children to new experiences they haven't tried before? Join Samantha as she speaks with Dotty Hancock about letting your children try new things. Some parents might have concerns that their children won't enjoy these new experiences, may encounter failure, or face challenges. Nevertheless, these new endeavors can be beneficial for children and contribute to their growth. So, it's worth giving them a chance to explore new horizons! Stay tuned!
6 - Jandi Carter and Having Trust
When parents learn that their child has special needs, they often get scared and worried about their child's future. This fear is a natural first response for parents. However, there is a way to find hope and positivity in the situation! Join Samantha as she speaks with Jandi Carter about why having trust in your child is important. Trusting your child's abilities and having a strong support network can significantly impact their journey and alleviate parents' concerns! Stay tuned!
5 - Cyndy Radovich and Teaching Kids to Advocate For Themselves
Parents always do their best to be there for their kids, most of the time. They help with their kids' needs and work hard to make their dreams come true. But what if parents can't be there anymore? Join Samantha as she speaks with Cyndy Radovich about teaching kids to advocate for themselves. It's essential for children to learn skills so they can handle things when their parents can't be around. These skills will grow and become really useful later in life! Stay tuned!
This podcast gives much-needed support & encouragement and genuinely helpful information to a growing population of moms of neurodivergent kids. I love that the episodes are short, making them more accessible for busy moms to find time to listen! These gals are coming from a place of dealing with this in real-life and real-time, so there is a level of understanding & empathy that is incredibly validating.
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Great info here on neurodivergent people and learning disabilities. These conversations will help us all learn and understand that every brain really is different. Not good or bad, just different! Great job Samantha!
The podcast has such an interesting array of guests. They all offer great insights!