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How To Help Kids On The Autism Spectrum Build On Their Strengths And Interests
In this episode, we discuss how parents and professionals can best support kids on the autism spectrum, specifically the mindsets that support positive outcomes for kids. Dr. Temple Grandin shares her perspective as an autistic adult, and Dr. Debra Moore shares her perspective as a psychologist who spent her career working with autistic kids and young adults.
How to Handle Crying, Running Away, and Low Frustration Tolerance at School
In this episode, I will address how teachers can handle emotional upset with their students. I will discuss what is happening internally with kids when they have emotional outbursts, and how homelife and stressors can greatly affect them even if they don’t talk about it. As always, I will provide you with in-the-moment strategies to diffuse the situation and long-term approaches to support more regulated emotions.
Why You Might Want To Consider Homeschooling For 90 Minutes A Day
In this episode, Kelly and I discuss some amazing benefits of homeschooling. Before you run away after being traumatized from schooling at home during the pandemic, know that this is completely different. That was crisis schooling NOT homeschooling. We’re talking 90 minutes a day about 4 days per week max.
What To Do When Multiple Diagnoses and Treatments Don't Lead to Solutions
In this episode, I will address what to do when you hit a roadblock with your child’s health; when multiple practitioners, diagnoses, and treatments don't lead to solutions for your child’s behavioral or developmental issues, and how to start with a fresh perspective to get to the root cause. In my 25 years of practice, I've always been able to find one, if not several areas, where we can really start to change, and see progress. Visit www.DrNicoleWorkshops.com to sign up for my workshop.
How to Handle Siblings Fighting and Drama
In this episode, Dr. Dawn Huebner and I discuss The Sibling Survival Guide. What often drives sibling conflict, when to intervene or stay out of it, and how to handle it in the moment without inadvertently making things worse. We will discuss how to stop tattling. And we will get into the nuances of what to do when families have children with behavioral, emotional, or social communication kinds of challenges. This episode is packed with practical tips for how parents can respond to sibling conflict.
What To Do When A Child Is Constantly Interrupting You (and Becomes Aggressive)
In this episode, I will address the insistent and sometimes physically aggressive behavior that kids exhibit when they want our attention. We will talk through what is normal, how to proactively address it, what to do in the moment, and long-term ideas to work on for behavior change.
This episode was a topic that I requested & need to listen to several more times. It makes me so sad when my (teen) kiddos argue & call each other stupid. It breaks my heart, especially when my younger brother & I never had that type of relationship. This episode was super helpful, as all of them are. I’ve learned so much about myself & my kiddos by listening each week & reading “Life WILL Get Better”. Thanks, Dr. Nicole 💗
The amount her podcast and Instagram has helped my family and I is priceless!
There is so much goodness in these podcasts! I haven’t even listened to all of them! Every episode I listen to I learn so much about myself and my kids. How to regulate all of us and be better! I have a couple of really hard kids and dr. Nicole has renewed the hope I needed!!
This is a must for parents
Thank you Dr Nicole, I just found yours podcast and as a grandma of 1 and another on the way this is really helpful. I was raised in a totally different era and my own parenting style needed some tuning up. I want my daughter to be able to parent the best she can when her new baby comes along and I feel like your podcast is really informative & you’ve made it simple to understand and help find the time to play with our children and so much more. I’m definitely going to continue to listen and pass the information to my daughter and hopefully get her to listen. Right now she feels she doesn’t have time for anything being pregnant with a one yrs old running around. I really wanted to help her and I found the right place I believe with this podcast. Can’t wait to hear more.
I’m a mother of 3 one being on the spectrum he’s 23 now , one with ADHD who is 19 & my daughter 21 who is on her 2nd child. I feel this podcast is great for parents and grandparents. Actually if you haven’t already I’d love an episode on grand-parenting the best way and any advice for us grandparents. I wish I had you when my children were younger. So parents, please take some time and listen while you’re doing choirs or on a walk bc I think you will get so much out of this podcast. I sincerely wish I had something like this when my kids was little.