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Autism Through the Lens of Relationships


Listen in to my discussion with Jackie Flynn as we talk about Relationship Development Intervention (RDI) in a talk titled, "Autism Through the Lens of Relationships".


Less Stress Parenting Webinar


Sarah Wayland to be featured in the next Less Stress Parenting webinar. In this webinar, Sarah Wayland will discuss various myths about students with learning differences and how to address […]

Behavior is Communication!

James E. Duckworth Regional School 11201 Evans Trail #3903, Beltsville, MD, United States

Behavior is Communication! Demystifying Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) and Behavior Intervention Plans (BIPs) A functional behavioral assessment (FBA) guides you through the process of gathering information to describe what drives a child’s behavior(s). […]

Executive Functioning Webinar


Webinar on Executive Functioning for children who are currently in childcare, preparing to graduate childcare, or in kindergarten. Sponsor: MDApprentices (https://mdapprentices.org/) Where: The session will take place virtually When: April 10th, 2023 from 6:30 – 7:30 PM, ET. Meeting Registration Here Sarah Wayland, Ph.D. Sarah Wayland, Ph.D. is the founder Guiding Exceptional Parents, and co-founder […]

Parenting Challenging Children? First Put On Your Own Oxygen Mask


The workshop is for parents who want to improve their quality of life and their relationship with their children. You will learn new ways to think about your problems and how to implement self-care strategies proven to reduce stress, even when life is incredibly busy. In addition to learning more about yourself, you will learn […]

It’s Not Just Autism! Some Co-Occurring Conditions


In this presentation, you will earn about some of the conditions that frequently co-occur in autistic people. These conditions can have an enormous impact on the functioning and/or well-being of autistic people, and are sometimes more important to address. You will learn about co-occurring emotional challenges, cognitive differences, medical/health concerns, and other areas like adaptive […]

The Emotional Rollercoaster of Parenting Kids with Disabilities


It’s not just the ups and downs... it’s also the speed! Learn about the emotions that parents can experience at different stages of their children’s lives — what those emotions mean and how to help someone when they are experiencing those emotions. You will learn about the stressors that kids and families face from birth […]