#heresyourvillage

Coaching

Whether you are an individual with a disability or the parent of an individual with a disability,
coaching can benefit you.

Coaches provide recommendations, advice, and resources to support and empower you to
achieve your goals.

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BEEN THERE. DONE THAT.

Our coaching team is comprised of moms, educators, and autistic self-advocates. We've been in your shoes. We've learned a thing or two and we want to share it with you!
IT'S THE STUFF WE WISH SOMEONE HAD TOLD US WAY BACK WHEN!
Click on a coach's picture to schedule a FREE 30-minute consultation!

How will a Parent coach help me?

The role of a parent coach is to assist parents in developing effective parenting skills, enhancing communication with their children, and fostering positive parent-child relationships.

* Parent coaches do not provide mental health support.

Skill building

Practical strategies and techniques to address specific parenting challenges, such as managing tantrums, promoting healthy sleep habits, establishing routines, and fostering emotional intelligence.

Communication and Relationship Building

Improve communication skills, active listening abilities, and empathy towards your children, to strengthen the parent-child bond and create a nurturing and supportive environment.

Problem-Solving

Identifying and implementing solutions to common parenting dilemmas or conflicts, promoting effective problem-solving skills within the family.

Emotional Support

Providing emotional support and reassurance to parents, validating their experiences and feelings, and helping them manage their own stress and self-care.

Education and Information

Information, resources, and tools related to child development, behavior management techniques, effective communication, and other relevant parenting topics.

Accountability and Follow-up

Monitoring progress, providing ongoing feedback, and holding parents accountable to their goals, ensuring they stay motivated and committed to positive changes.

How will a life coach help me?

As someone diagnosed with autism, ADHD, social anxiety or similar - do you find yourself wishing you had help in some very specific areas of life? A Life Coach provides this support - help in the areas you need the most.
* Life coaches do not provide mental health support.

Social & communication skills

Navigating small-talk. Having conversations about topics you don't care about. Reading the room.

College & Career planning

How and where to find help with career planning. Investigating college programs that might be a good fit.

Daily schedules & routines

Keeping up with appointments. Managing the weekly upkeep of your home. Using technology to stay on task.

Study skills & habits

Planning ahead to make sure you meet class deadlines. Managing your time so you don't fall behind on studying. Organizing projects.

Budgeting & finances

Paying bills. Managing a checking account. Saving for that vacation you really want to take!

Understanding the world around you

You just have questions about the things that happen in your daily life and need someone to help you figure out the answers.

Tools for Success: Downloads and Links

Please click on the links below to access helpful tools that your coach may refer to during coaching sessions: