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How to Raise Happy Neurofabulous Children

A Parents' Guide
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May 21, 2024

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Parenting can be chaos, a flurry of trial and error, problem-solving, and tears (of difficulty but also of joy!). Katy Elphinstone, an autistic parent who's experienced herself the wonders and the challenges of raising two children, one of whom is autistic, has taken notes on the 'do's' and 'dont's' of parenting when it comes to neurodivergent children.

Supportive and refreshingly direct, Katy's advice can be tailored to you and your child's needs. We know there isn't a 'one size fits all' guide to parenting! There's also space to write your thoughts down and organise those tips that work for you.

With advice on all the day-to-day experiences such as preparing for school, venturing out to a new place, making friends, and even posing the question, 'Can screentime be a positive?', Neurofabulous is the ultimate guide that gives you everything you need to ensure that you and your child thrive.
  • Published: May 21 2024
  • Pages: 208
  • ISBN: 9781805010920
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Press Reviews

  • Cathy Wassell, CEO of Autistic Girls Network charity and Author of Nurturing Your Autistic Young Person

    A neuro-affirmative guide to understanding, accommodating and delighting your neurodivergent child, written in an engaging voice and with checklists galore of practical tips on every aspect of life (or the important ones for your neurodivergent child anyway!).
  • Niamh Garvey, author of Being Autistic (and what that actually means)

    "How to Raise Happy neurofabulous children" is full of suggestions for creating safe environments for your neurodivergent child, for example during a meltdown, or when out and about. I like that parents can dip in and out of this book, choosing what will work for their own child from the various lists and ideas.