Neurodiversity in the Early Years
Welcome back to It’s in Our U.N.A.
In today's episode we introduce Alison Wombell, Founder of Chasing Rainbows! Alison discusses at length her own personal journey with Autism and her diagnosis, but also that of her children thereafter.
ABOUT THE GUEST
Chasing Rainbows- I am her voice offers a support, training, consultancy and coaching service. Do you have a child or adult that you care for who is either pre or post diagnosis of a neuro developmental condition i.e. Autism, ADHD/ADD or SPD.
I'm a dual diagnosed Autistic/ADHD female with two daughters with the conditions. I currently deliver eleven workshops covering all aspects of neurodiversity, from early years to ADHD and Autism in adulthood. I am also a published children's writer, Emotional Regulation Coach and consultant/trainer for settings, businesses, organisations and HR.
If I can help and this is something you're interested in then please don't hesitate in getting in touch
ABOUT THE HOST
Sarah Heward has an early years degree and then became a professional nanny. From her successes she went on to publish fist children's book and launched a nanny agency with a difference (built for modern day nannies and families) with her business partner Dr Rachael Coates. Rachael is an entrepreneur, general surgeon and mum of three who has lived the chaos, tears and fleeting victories of early parenthood. Together they are looking to empower more families to make the empowered choices towards being a happy family.