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NHA & Autism: Changing Perspectives

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Join Howard Glasser and Catherine Stafford with guests, Nancy Kling, Dema Stout and Micki O'Brien as they share how NHA can make a difference in the lives of families and individuals who are impacted by Autism. 

Nancy Kling, MA, is a certified Advanced Trainer of the Nurtured Heart Approach and has been teaching the approach to teachers and parents for the past 10 years.  She has worked with children with challenging behaviors for over 20 years.  She is the author and illustrators of The Cup Kid: Parenting a Child with Meltdowns and I'm a Cup Kid: The Workbook.   She also has a busy presentation schdule providig consultations, workshops and parenting classes. She also presents at conferences on Autsim and behavioral issues.
Dema Stout, MA, PCC, CPCC, established her private coaching and consuting practice in 2004 to provide individuals (and their families) with neuro-developmental disabilities such as AD/HD and Autism Spectrum Disorders the best possible support to achieve the quality of life they want and deserve. Dema is a professional certified Coach and a Certified Advanced Trainer in the Nurtured Heart Approach.  The Approach is the foundation of everything she does.
Micki O'Brien, MA is a Seattle based Autism, Special Needs and Education Consultant.  She is also a Certified Trainer of the Nurtured Heart Approach. Her work in special education has focused on students on the Autism Spectrum and she has beocme passionately involved and has co-founded AutismPalooza, focused on creating fun spaces that are inclusive of all people and to raise the awareness of the unique perspective and insights of people on the spectrum.  Micki has incorporated NHA into her work with parents, schools and other orangization wanting to better understand, support and be inclusive of people on the spectrum. 

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