Neurologically diverse children must often attempt to navigate through daily obstacles that others may view as simple tasks. Because these gifted children often struggle with other mental challenges, they can present a puzzle to unsuspecting parents that prompts feelings of isolation. The good news is that there are practical ways for parents to first understand and then help their exceptional seedlings overcome these hurdles.
In an essential guidebook for parents of neurodivergent kids, Kendra Rogers relies on her experience as an elementary educator and mother to four gifted children to share valuable insight into a variety of important topics that address the early signs and symptoms of neurological challenges; coping mechanisms, therapies, and medications; ways to parent together; sibling differences; and schooling options and accommodations. Included is a beginner’s guide to raising neurodivergent children as well as life hacks and resources that will help parents as they progress with their children through each stage of development.
Growing Exceptional Seedlings is a trusted companion for parents seeking guidance on how to raise neurodivergent children who are a larger blessing than life itself.
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About the Author
Kendra Rogers is the mother of four gifted children with other neurological differences. After earning a bachelor’s degree in elementary education, she worked with students of all backgrounds and ages. Today, Kendra homeschools her children, and also works at a therapeutic horseback riding facility where she helps those with many different special needs.