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Author: Holly Blanc Moses

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Supporting neurodiverse children can be both rewarding and confusing. Holly Blanc Moses shares her strategies to support children diagnosed with ADHD and/or Autism. If you want to learn more about emotional health, behavior, social interaction and academics, this podcast is for you.
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In June, we are rebroadcasting the most downloaded episodes of The Autism ADHD Podcast. YAY! Join Dr. Wilson and I as we chat about -  Differences between autism & ADHD Emotional dysregulation Building supports Challenging behavior Academic concerns, and Celebrating wins.  xx, Holly Blanc Moses, The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ABOUT HOLLY Learn about Holly's private practice in North Carolina ABOUT DR. WILSON Continuing education for neuroaffirming mental health therapists FREE resources on behavior, social interaction and MORE Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents Professionals, you are invited to join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators
It's June and we are rebroadcasting the top four most downloaded episodes to spotlight follower favorites. Join me as we revisit these standout moments that you loved the most!  Why the replay? Because I want to share my most impactful content with as many people as I can.  This episode is a game changer for autistic children and the parents, educators, and therapists who support them. Jaime A. Heidel, Autistic/ADHD Author, and I discuss the traumatizing misinterpretations that occur daily between autistic children and neurotypical individuals. Jaime talks about her own experience and the experience of other autistic individuals as they are often left wondering, "What Did I Do Wrong?" which is also the title of her book. Thank you for taking the time to listen to this important episode. If you find it helpful, Jaime and I would greatly appreciate it if you would share it with others:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Get your FREE resources on social interaction, behavior, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in NC Learn more about Holly's courses Get continuing education training on how to best support neurodivergent kids & teens  Learn more about Jaime's Book - "What Did I Do Wrong?" ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators  
  For the next four weeks, I'm rebroadcasting my top four most downloaded episodes to spotlight follower favorites. Join me as we revisit these standout moments that you loved the most!  Why the replay? Because I want to share my most impactful content with as many people as I can.  In today's episode, you'll hear my chat with Laura Kerbey as we discuss -  ➡️ Signs of PDA ➡️ Self-regulation ➡️ Behavior ➡️ Helpful strategies that you can start using TODAY & MORE ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn more about Holly's private practice in NC Learn more about Holly's courses Learn more about Laura ⭐️ Get to Know my Child Guide Parents, get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here Educators, get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here Therapists get your free "Get to Know my Child Guide" here ⭐️Behavior Detective Guide Parents - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Therapists - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Educators - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators ⭐️ Social Success Guide Parents - Get your free Social Success Guide Therapists - Get your free Social Success Guide Educators - Get your free Social Success Guide
I understand the challenges of societal norms pressuring neurodivergent children to conform to traditional friendship standards. It's important to embrace a more inclusive understanding that values each child's unique needs and preferences. In this episode, I share insights on how we can help neurodivergent children identify their social styles and preferences, offering practical tips for parents and caregivers. Together, we can focus on finding good friends for your child, considering factors like values, interests, and comfort levels in social situations. By individualizing support and tailoring strategies, we can create a more supportive and understanding environment for your neurodiverent kids and teens.  Sincerely, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the waitlist for neuroaffirming continuing education training! CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Gentle Observations value cards link ⭐️ Join Holly on Instagram ⭐️ Join our Private Facebook Groups ➡️ Professionals who support neurodivergent kids & teens join HERE ➡️ Parents join HERE
Welcome to another episode of The Autism ADHD Podcast! Today, we're diving deep into the concept of brain shame.  Dr. Catherine Mutti-Driscoll, Autistic/ADHD, shares her personal journey and insights on how brain shame affects neurodivergent kids and teens.  We discuss how executive function challenges can lead to feelings of inadequacy and shame, especially when societal expectations aren't met. We also chat about brain shame in parents. Tune in for a great conversation that sheds light on the importance of self-compassion and understanding. Sincerely, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the waitlist for neuroaffirming continuing education training! CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Learn more about Dr. Catherine Mutti-Driscoll and her book The ADHD Workbook for Teen Girls ⭐️ Join Holly on Instagram ⭐️ Join our Private Facebook Groups ➡️ Professionals who support neurodivergent kids & teens join HERE ➡️ Parents join HERE
It's an honor to interview Pete Wright. Pete has been practicing law in the area of special education since 1978, and he and his wife are the founders of Wrightslaw. In today's episode, Pete and I chat about his own personal story and why he became involved in special education law. He also answers 9 frequently asked questions about education rights. We cover the following questions -  1) What does the law say about the difference between a 504 and an IEP? Is one better than another? 2) Can the school refuse to provide an IEP or a Section 504 Plan to a child who is making good grades? 3) Most people know that they are able to request a new evaluation every three years. What if the school says they don't believe the student needs another evaluation? Do you have to wait 3 years before requesting another evaluation? If a parent doesn't agree with the evaluation results, does the school have to agree to an IEE? 4) What if the school isn't following the 504 or IEP consistently? 5) What if the goals, objectives, and data collection don't make any sense? Ex. unclear and data collection is confusing 6) Are children who attend private schools, religious schools, and charter schools eligible for special education and related services? 7) What do the laws say about bullying at school? 8) What does the law say about Restraint and seclusion? 9) What do the laws say about suspensions for disruptive behavior and what if the behavior is related to the child's disability? What if the school believes the behavior is not related to the child's disability but the parent does think the behavior is due to their child's disability? Pete generously offered our listeners 15% off on Wrightslaw books. Use the coupon code "crossvine" to get 15% off. This offer ends 12/31/24.  Click Here - https://www.wrightslaw.com/store/ Pete refers to specific statutes and page numbers in Wrightslaw: Special Education Law, 3rd Ed. Please click here and enter "crossvine" as both your username and password to access the document.  Sincerely, Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the waitlist for neuroaffirming continuing education training! CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses ⭐️ Join Holly on Instagram ⭐️ Join our Private Facebook Groups ➡️ Professionals who support neurodivergent kids & teens join HERE ➡️ Parents join HERE
Check out this classic episode, in which Kim Holtmann and I chat about what helpful information neurotypical kids would like to share with their teachers. We cover so much goodness in this episode, including communication, learning, and behavior!  ❤️ Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the waitlist for neuroaffirming continuing education trainings! CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Learn more about Kim Holtmann ⭐️ Join Holly on Instagram ⭐️ Join our Private Facebook Groups ➡️ Professionals who support neurodivergent kids & teens join HERE ➡️ Parents join HERE
Holly Moses and Kirk Martin discuss parenting strategies for neurodivergent children, emphasizing the importance of recognizing and accepting individuality. They highlight the need to challenge societal stigmas and foster self-acceptance and self-advocacy in children. They also discuss anxiety and emotional resilience, normalizing these emotions and providing supportive strategies. They emphasize the importance of accepting and celebrating children's unique learning styles and talents, and cultivating emotional health and success. Additionally, they share effective parenting techniques for times of emotional dysregulation. Throughout the conversation, Holly Moses and Kirk offer practical advice and their own stories to support parents in their journey. Whether you are a parent, therapist or educator, you'll get so much value from this episode:)  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the waitlist for continuing education trainings! CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Check out Kirk's Celebrate Calm Podcast ⭐️ Join Holly on Instagram ⭐️ Join our Private Facebook Groups ➡️ Professionals who support neurodivergent kids & teens join HERE ➡️ Parents join HERE
Feeding and GI challenges are not only more likely to occur in autistic children but also can negatively impact behavior.  We are covering identifying these medical needs and treatment considerations.  Whether you are a parent, therapist or educator, you'll get so much value from this episode:)  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the waitlist for continuing education trainings! CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Learn more about Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's Feeding Program Learning more about the feeding program at The Marcus Center ⭐️ Join Holly on Instagram ⭐️ Join our Private Facebook Groups ➡️ Professionals who support neurodivergent kids & teens join HERE ➡️ Parents join HERE
Making decisions about medication for a child can bring up so many feelings and fears. I KNOW! In today's episode, I share our experience with our son's journey with ADHD medication and my own. Whether you are a parent, therapist or educator, you'll get so much value from this episode:)  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the waitlist for continuing education trainings! CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses ⭐️ Join Holly on Instagram ⭐️ Join our Private Facebook Groups ➡️ Professionals who support neurodivergent kids & teens join HERE ➡️ Parents join HERE
There is a question that parents and professionals often ask me - Is it on purpose or is it a difference in neurology? We often want to know the reason why children behave the way they do because it helps us know how to respond. Join Elaine Taylor-Klaus and I as we talk about the answer to the BIG BEHAVIOR question when it comes to neurodivergent kids and teens.  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Get your free guide from Elaine - www.impactparents.com/holly ⭐️ Join Holly on Instagram ⭐️ Join our Private Facebook Groups ➡️ Professionals who support neurodivergent kids & teens join HERE ➡️ Parents join HERE
Rebroadcast Amanda Diekman, autistic parenting coach,  joins us today to talk about low demand parenting. We cover so much in this important episode such as -  *Identifying hard and harder *Autistic burnout *Building trust and connection  *Low demand versus no demand *Being a safe parent and educator *Preparing children for the future *Mental health and more:)  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Learn more about Amanda! ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators
Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Audrey and I are chatting about neurodivergent students and higher education. We are covering information on transitions, considerations when choosing a college, supports and MORE!  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators ➡️ Websites to find programs: College Autism Network = https://collegeautismnetwork.org (sort by region, etc.) College Autism Spectrum = https://collegeautismspectrum.com ➡️ Specific programs/schools: Rochester Institute of Technology = https://www.rit.edu/spectrumsupport/ Rutgers University = https://rcaas.rutgers.edu/CSP/csp Marshall University = https://www.marshall.edu/collegeprogram/ Clemson Unviersity = https://www.clemson.edu/academics/student-accessibility-services/resources/spectrum-program.html Texas Tech = https://www.depts.ttu.edu/burkhartcenter/case/ University of North Texas = https://neurodiversity.unt.edu/unt-engage
Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Dr. Julia Schechter and I are chatting about ADHD in girls and women. As a woman with ADHD, I know how important it is to understand that signficant impact of ADHD on everyday life.  We are covering the information you need to know such as - The differences between girls & boys with ADHD Identifying ADHD in girls Receiving a late diagnosis The impact of ADHD on mental health Academic struggles Social challenges Emotional dysregulation Support and MORE! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Learn about the Duke Center for Girls & Women With ADHD ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators
Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Kelley Coleman and I are chatting about her new book - Everything No One Tells You About Parenting a Disabled Child. We are covering SO much goodness. Some of the topics we are covering are -  Parenting versus caregiving Resources Inclusivity Ableism Visible and non-visible disabilities Acceptance Finances Judgement Safe people and spaces Accommodations Supports and more! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Learn more about Kelley Get Kelley's book! ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators
Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Dr. Casey Ehrlich and I are chatting about Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), neurodivergent kids and parenting. Specifically, we are covering physiological reactions, parenting stress, misconceptions, creating boundaries and parenting peace. Don't miss this episode!  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Learn more about Dr. Casey ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators
Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, I'm talking about a BIG topic - internalized ableism. It's time to have open conversations about the negative impact it has on the mental health of neurodivergent children.  Don't miss this episode!  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators
Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Chelsea Luker (Autistic/ADHDer/Psychologist) and I talk about finding your flock, self-awareness, sensory needs, and social connection. Don't miss this episode!  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Learn more about Chelsea Get Chelsea's Book "Square Me, Round World".  ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators  
Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, I break down information on functional behavior assessments (FBA). You'll hear about why conducting these assessments is important, what information to include and what to expect:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators  
Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, Julia and I talk about sensory differences in neurodivergent kids and how we can help support them in the classroom and in the community:)  ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking services and courses Shop Sense-ational You for Sensory Friendly Clothes and get 10% off your first order using coupon code autismadhdpod ⭐️Join the Facebook Groups ➡️ Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents ➡️ Professionals, Join the Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators  
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