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Found your site on Facebook this morning. Cried reading the manifesto. Thanks for creating this community. I am excited to listen to the podcasts, read, and contribute!

Mom to 3 differently wired kids

Finding Tilt has been a lifeline for me — I truly feel like a groupie! Your podcast has made me feel that we’re not all alone. We have a tribe and so does my son…we just have to find them!

Speech pathologist & mom to 2e son


Angela Pruess on Supporting Kid’s Self-Regulation

Ending the “Picky Eater Battles” with Jennifer Scribner

Katherine Lewis on the Good News About Bad Behavior

Dr. Dan Peters on Parenting with Purpose and Intention

Dawn Huebner on Her Book “Outsmarting Worry”

A Conversation with 13-year-old Asher About Education

Surviving and Thriving Over the Summer Break

Differently Wired is Here! Special Book Release Episode

Jonathan Fields on How to Live a Good Life

This is a thank you note to you and Asher for this website! I discovered it about a week ago and I can’t wait to continue to learn and grow through all your resources…

Mom to a differently wired son

I love this podcast! As a parent and as an educator and parent coach, I have learned so much! I also love the term “differently wired”. What a great way to describe some of our children.

Parent, educator, and parent coach

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TiLT Parenting

TiLT Parenting is a website, top podcast, and online community founded by Debbie Reber in 2016 aimed at helping parents raising DIFFERENTLY WIRED™ kids do so from a place of confidence. TiLT is founded on the premise that being differently wired isn't a deficit—it's a difference. TiLT's mission is to change the way difference is perceived and experienced in the world so these exceptional kids can thrive in their schools, in their families, and in their lives.

© 2016 Deborah Reber

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