Get the resources you need to help your child thrive! Join ParentMap on Oct. 27 for our Every Child Summit, supporting families with neurodiverse learners. This year’s event features four FREE ParentEd Talks with expert speakers and a resource fair — all in a convenient, easily accessible virtual format. You can even stay in your pj’s (we won’t tell).
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
All sessions will be virtual and can be accessed through our exclusive online platform or mobile app.
- 9:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. — Virtual Resource Fair
- 10 a.m. — “Learning Outside the Lines” with Jonathan Mooney
- 11 a.m. — “SOS for Parents in the Trenches” with Debbie Reber
- 6–9 p.m. — Virtual Resource Fair
- 6:30 p.m. — “Getting to Calm While Pandemic Parenting” with Laura Kastner
- 7:30 p.m. — ParentEd Talk (speaker TBD)
The Every Child Summit is FREE! Pre-registration is required for access to the event. Register now!
The future of education is in flux and equity for atypical learners has become more challenging than ever. Join us as we chat with writer and activist Jonathan Mooney about how parents and educators can adapt to meet the different learning needs of all kinds of students.
Jonathan Mooney has been a nationally recognized advocate and speaker for neurological and physical diversity for two decades, inspiring those who live with differences and calling for change. He has published three books: “The Short Bus,” “Learning Outside the Lines” and “Normal Sucks.”
Behind every kid who is differently wired is likely a frustrated, isolated, even burned-out adult. In this practical and actionable talk, Debbie Reber shares 10 powerful “tilts” (a.k.a. practical ideas) to help parents shift their thinking and actions in a way that will help them feel more confident and peaceful about their everyday reality, create a stronger family dynamic and give their extraordinary children what they need to thrive.
Debbie Reber is a parenting activist, New York Times-bestselling author, keynote speaker and founder of TiLT Parenting, a website, top podcast and resource for parents who are raising differently wired children.
Keep calm and carry on even in the midst of a pandemic. Join us as we chat with nationally recognized author and speaker Laura Kastner, Ph.D, for tips and tricks on how to keep your parenting cool — even when it feels like the world is on fire.
Dr. Laura Kastner?is a clinical psychologist and professor at University of Washington who has conducted research, maintained a clinical practice and presented numerous workshops for parents. Dr. Kastner has authored and co-authored five books, including the popular title “Getting to Calm.”
Every Child Resource Fair
Throughout the event, participants will also get access to our FREE online resource fair. Connect with dozens of organizations and local experts who focus on supporting neurodiverse learners. Visit virtual booths, ask questions through live chats and get the resources you need to help your child thrive.
See below for a?list of participating organizations at our 2020?event.?We'll keep adding more as the date gets closer!
- Eastside Catholic?School
- Eaton Arrowsmith Academy
- Hamlin Robinson School
- Seattle Children's Hospital
- Seattle Therapy Network
- TiLT Parenting
- Yellow Wood Academy
- Washington College Savings Plans (WA529)
Thanks to our event sponsors and partners!
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