Lynette Louise


How To Avoid Being Stripped Of Your Autism Parenting Power While Searching For A Cure

Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD says Don’t Wait, Start Connecting and Guessing Today

The news is often filled with new autism studies, theories, and therapy arguments. As an autism parent, or autistic individual, it can be tempting to sit in fear and wait for a definitive answer or waste precious time in search of a cure before truly parenting with confidence.

International mental health and autism specialist Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD says, “Don’t! While you’re sitting in wait, precious early intervention connecting and discovering and brain organization is going undone. Equally dangerous is the control you are handing over to professionals and studies who change their minds about what is true month to month. The autistic person in your life is walking around with the answers, and it’s up to you to roll up your sleeves and get discovering.”

As an international practitioner, Lynette doesn’t discount the value of seeking ideas and answers from outside sources. In truth, it would be foolish not to take advantage of the years of experience and perspective scientists and therapists contribute to the possible solution in the ASD child’s challenges. However it is also foolish to ignore the non-degreed long time parents who have made mistakes, learned from them, and grown eager to share that knowledge in a fashion that keeps other parents in the drivers seat.

“Beware the hawkers touting causes and cures and systems that take control of your choices. Seek answers from professionals, other learning disciplines and parental perspective sharing.” Lynette says. “We know what causes Down Syndrome but we can’t cure it. We can however embrace people with it. In other words, don’t waste time waiting to know why. If a your child is autistic hug them now. Don’t wait to learn how to play or teach them to talk, play and teach them to talk while learning how. Don’t give your power away make it bigger, be the expert. And then learn from others the bits and pieces that will make you better at helping your child, not make you feel that someone else if better than you. This is important because if you believe that others are better than you it will be true and this will make you and your child dependent, forever. ”

A show segment or story with Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD will example for your audience how to learn from the child rather than from the changing winds of education and science. It is a delight for any audience to observe her explain with passion the play, guessing, and clue following game that you can do immediately with a loved one on the autism spectrum.

As the single mother of eight now grown kids (six adopted, four on the autism spectrum) Lynette recalls clearly the attempts and ideas that worked to help her children (and herself!) and the ones that didn’t. Your audience can laugh and learn as she shares stories of those mishaps, while revealing the truth that it was the connecting and trying–her believe in herself as the expert–that led to her family’s inevitable and impressive success!

Because Lynette always shares play tips and brain growth facts with passion and easy to understand examples, your audience will also be gifted with concrete tools for their parenting and autism tool box.

Contact Lynette Louise aka THE BRAIN BROAD: Doubly Board Certified in Neurofeedback and is working on her PhD in Psychology with a specialty in Psychophysiology at Saybrook University
EMAIL: PHONE: 713-213-7682


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