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The place for parents raising DIFFERENTLY-WIRED kids

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TiLT Parenting—the revolution for parents raising differently-wired (a.k.a. neurologically atypical) kids. It’s time for something new.

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Manifesto

Discover our plan for shifting the parenting paradigm.

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Read in-depth and inspirational essays and interviews.

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Learn about our vision through the TiLT Creed video and poster.



What is DIFFERENTLY WIRED?

Millions of children today move through the world differently than their peers. They might be a highly-sensitive kid and experience input more intensely. Or maybe they have ADHD and battle to stay focused. Maybe they’re highly gifted and find school boring or have trouble connecting with other kids. Maybe they have Asperger’s or dyslexia or anxiety or another learning difference (or all of the above) and struggle with situations their “typical” peers would sail through.

At TiLT, we believe that being differently-wired isn’t a deficit —it’s a difference. We want to help parents raising unique kids do it from a place of choice, confidence, and peace so these awesome children can thrive.

Featured Episodes of the TiLT Parenting Podcast

Anders Ronnau on Transforming ADHD

The Connection Between Giftedness and Creativity

Sex Education and Differently-Wired Kids

Recent Blog Posts

Ever wished your kid would just grow up already? I have…

 

The books that have been leading me through my off-road parenting journey

 

A 4-step process to push the “reset” button after a difficult parenting moment

 

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