The Main Thing:

One of our primary goals here at Two Adoptive Mamas is to take a deep dive when we need one. When Andrea Pollack’s name came across our desk, we knew we needed this for Episode 087. While Andrea’s work is not specific to families navigating foster care and adoption, her work resonates with the needs of many parenting kids from hard places.

Oftentimes we’re not ready or willing to throw up our hands and sound the alarm for help, but Andrea’s approach will remind us that finding the right resources and support is one of the best things we can do for ourselves and our families. Together we’re taking a close look at what it means to support parents of children with an autism diagnosis. Andrea’s expertise and personal experience have empowered her to make a difference in the lives of those longing to see their families thrive amidst the challenges that an autism diagnosis can bring. Her heart, passion, and commitment to education make for an informative episode that we hope will empower families to find the support they need.

Episode Resources:

For more with Andrea and Parenting Autism Coaching, click HERE.

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2 A.M. Connect:

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Learn more about how you can support our ongoing work through our Patreon HERE.  As always, it’s been fun! Until we meet again, remember, you’ve got this mama.