Student Resources

Bloom Where You Are Planted: How Community Resources Can Help You Grow

It’s hard to believe that Springtime will be here soon. Flowers will start to bloom, and the rain showers will help them grow into their bright and beautiful brilliance. Many are excited about spring because of the hope and the new beginnings that this time of year reminds us of. At times, as a caregiver […]

Love is All You Need: How Self-Love Can Make You the Best You

As Valentine’s Day quickly approaches, I thought we’d spend a little time talking about how loving ourselves can help us love the neurodiverse in our world better! How you may be wondering? Through the practice of self-care. When you hear those words, what comes to mind? Are you successfully implementing it into every day? Do […]

Neurodiversity Awareness: Inclusion for All

Neurodiversity has been defined as the range of differences in individual brain function and behavioral traits, that falls outside societal standards of typical. The image below does a great job breaking it down. The shares that, Although there is broad diversity across the population, some individuals have neurological variations that make it particularly challenging […]

A New Year, A Fresh Start: How Setting and Accomplishing Goals Can Impact Neurodiversity in 2022

Happy New Year! I love the new year, because it provides such an awesome opportunity to start over, re-evaluate what I want life to look like, revisit the things that aren’t working, and continue with the things that are! Who doesn’t love a fresh start?  Last year is done. I encourage you to take time […]

Frustrated by Neurodiversity? LiFT Can Help!

Frustration is defined as the feeling of being upset or annoyed, especially because of inability to change or achieve something. Neurodiversity is defined as the range of differences in individual brain function and behavioral traits. As a parent, loved-one, caretaker, teacher, employee, employer, student, or any other person who has been touched by neurodiversity- or […]