SEEING, SUPPORTING &
Your child with dyslexia, ADHD, giftedness, autism, and more could be the next Richard Branson, Greta Thunberg, Jamie Oliver, or Elon Musk. Their success starts with a parent who sees, supports, and celebrates each Wonderfully Wired child. You've come to the right place to be that parent.
The more we understand how moving affects our brains the more we'll look after those brains well
My guest on the podcast is Adell Bridges, a movement expert and yoga instructor who often credits her ADHD for the creative way she instructs bodies and brains on the mat. Adell is both a role model of a successful wonderfully wired adult and an infectious brain-body enthusiast and teacher. This episode is a gift to parents of wonderfully wired kids and parents who are wonderfully wired themselves.
This month's content -
Moving with Adell Bridges
Elle helped me understand my Wonderfully Wired daughter's unique giftedness so much better. She gave me the tools I needed to help my daughter thrive.
Anna has grown into a confident, resilient and passionate teen who does not feel a failure just because she is differently wired.
Sophie Sullivan , mother and teacher
The Wonderfully Wired podcasts have refreshed the way I look at kids that struggle in my teaching and in my remedial work. It's given me renewed energy to try harder to understand better!
Krystal, learning therapist and teacher