Disability Awareness

Joanie now leads “concert-conversations,” inviting groups to explore how, through awareness and collaboration, we can find creative ways to integrate and embrace people who are wired differently. As more individuals are diagnosed with autism and mental health challenges, neuro-typical communities must open their doors in new ways. Just as it takes a village to raise a child, so it will take all of us working together to create and maintain a world that welcomes and supports ALL children and their families.


Music For Children & Families: How to Get Through Life With Autism!

During this interview, we discussed:

  • An overview of Sensory Processing Disorder (and autism sensory issues) in a format that can be shared with teachers and other people involved in your child's life
  • Strategies for maneuvering the school years, including getting teachers and aids to better help your child
  • Tips for transitioning to adulthood
  • And she sang some beautiful autism-themed songs that you'll love!

 

 

What People Are Saying!

"Conversations on best practices with non-neurotypical folks are really important and need to keep happening!"
- Workshop Participant