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Reminder: April 30 Book Talk and Discussion With Neurodiversity Experts




Do you have a neurodiverse family that has one or more members with a learning disability, mental illness, developmental issue or physical neurological challenge like epilepsy? If so, does your family need help?


Here’s a reminder to anyone living in the San Francisco Bay Area that on Tues., April 30, at Books Inc. in Campbell, CA, I’ll be doing a reading from BLISS ROAD, my memoir about being the daughter of an undiagnosed autistic dad. That will be followed by a conversation with Lisa Sinclair, a certified ADHD and dyslexia coach, and Jen Kuhn, a child psychologist and neurodiversity researcher. We’ll talk about how to help neurodiverse families thrive through such services as family coaching.


There will be a Pacific Autism Center for Education (PACE) representative in attendance to hand out information and answer questions. You can RSVP through my website, MarthaEngber.com.


If you don’t live nearby, please connect! I’ve had online meetups with the adult children of neurodiverse parents; in-person conversations with neurodiverse parents and educators; and podcast discussions with therapists unfamiliar with the particular challenges that face neurodiverse families. If you have questions, I’ll be happy to talk to you, too!


All families deserve to be happy. Some just need a little more help than others.


Please forward this post to those you think might be interested in this topic!


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BLISS ROAD, a memoir


WINTER LIGHT, a novel



GROWING GREAT CHARACTERS, a resource for writers


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