The Impact of Non-Neurotypical Diagnosis on Families - Part 2 | POF129


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This week’s episode is a continuation of my discussion with Dr. Noreen Russel about raising a non-neurotypical child.

In this episode we talk more in depth about strategies to help your kiddos. Listen in for her VALUABLE tips on (seriously, they are SO GOOD and she suggests things I’ve never heard before!!):

Helping ADHD kids regulate their attention, manage their impulsivity and hyperactivity

Helping your ASD child with their fixed and repetitive interest and impaired social communication

For a copy of Dr Noreen Russell’s tip sheet, Connecting with Your Non-Neurotypical, download it from the Parent Toolbox at

About Norrine Russell

Dr. Norrine Russell began Russell Coaching for Students in 2009, now a premier national coaching practice for middle school through college students with students across the US and Canada. Her passion for providing support to frustrated students and weary parents is fuelled by her own experience of raising two complex children who are both neurologically atypical (her children’s diagnoses include autism, mood disorders, ADHD, giftedness, and learning differences). Dr. Russell knows first-hand the exhaustion parents face as they day in and day out seek solutions for their out-of-the-box children. The entire team at Russell Coaching is committed to supporting the psychological wellbeing, education, and family life of their clients.

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