New podcast weblog, special needs, moms on a journey sharing their story via podcast.
Episode 20 "Oh, No, A New Therapists!"
On this episode Kimberly talks about changing therapist and making sure you get the right fit for your child. What is it like when services for your child end? What happens when you get a really good therapist and their time is up with your child?
Episode 19 Let's Plan, Prepare & Live
Kimberly shares how life sets you back sometimes. You have to keep pushing, get back up and keep moving. She also touches on how preparing where you can make some transitions go a lot smoother.
Episode 18 Meet Sonji Palmer she is sharing her journey of alternative medication for her son on the spectrum.
On Episode 18 of The Ashley and Grace Podcast Show Kimberly had the opportunity to talk to Sonji Palmer a mother that has been raising her son on the spectrum for over 20 years. She shares some of her journey and why she chose to go Against medicating her child and choose alternative medication. Tune in you won’t want to miss this episode.
Episode 17 Come into my world, Lesson learned with Kimberly
Kimberly shares how stepping back from her conventional thinking of how things should go, opened a whole new world for she and Grace.
Episode 16 Meet Kayleon Dortch-Elliott
Join Kimberly while she interviews the founder of Grace Not Perfection LLC, Kayleon Dortch-Elliott. Kayleon is sharing her journey of brining her business to life while giving birth to her baby girl that required an unexpected stop at the NICU (Neo Intensive Care Unit).
Episode 15 We can never talk about SELF-CARE enough. Secure your mask first!!!!
Kimberly and Viri share more thoughts on self-care and encourages others to make sure they are taking time for self, especially if you are a care taker to someone with a disability.
I thoroughly enjoyed being a guest on this podcast. The host held space for me to share my family’s NICU journey, and I will forever be grateful for that!
This is a very informative and engaging podcast. I enjoy listening to these ladies journey and hearing their passion about educating, helping and encouraging other mothers raising kids with autism. Keep up the great work ladies.
I’m really proud of you guys