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Parents of Autistic Adults Coaching

Holding Hands

Parents of autistic adults worry as much about their adult kids as parents of younger kids. These are the most common questions I hear:


  • What will happen to them when I'm gone?

  • How do I get her out of her bedroom?

  • How do I get him off video games?

  • How do I get him to access education or find a job?

  • How can I help them build a social life?

  • My son knows he has Asperger’s but doesn’t accept the diagnosis. How do I get him to ask for help?

  • Our adult child no longer communicates with us. He is completely shut down and we are worried we will lose him.

There is plenty of reason for hope, though. I can help you figure out how to connect with your adult child and talk with them in a way that doesn't trigger defensiveness while making them feel unconditionally supported. Creating a soft landing pad for them like this for when things don't go their way results in more cooperation and less conflict and helps them get unstuck and move forward in life! My coaching sessions are conveniently conducted via Zoom from the comfort of your home.


My parent coaching might be a fit for you if you want coaching on how to coach them into a thriving adulthood and you:


  • Can't stop worrying about their future

  • Are worried about their launch into adulthood

  • Feel like they are stuck in a rut and can't get out

  • Are anticipating a tough transitional stage: starting high school, graduating high school, starting college, starting a career

  • Have recently experienced one of those transitional stages, and it didn't go well

  • Have read all the parenting books on Amazon, and none of them have helped

  • Feel like no one understands your situation

  • Are sick and tired of the level of conflict in your home and need to make a change

  • Are looking to connect better with your child

  • Need someone to talk to who gets it, who can tell you that you are not alone and all your complex feelings are valid

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