The TiLT Parenting Podcast features Interviews and conversations with parenting experts, coaches, educators, therapists, and moms and dads in the thick of it, all aimed at inspiring, informing, and supporting parents raising differently-wired kids. The podcast also features short conversations with host Debbie Reber’s 12-year-old son, who offers a kid’s POV on issues many families are facing. Look for new episodes every Tuesday!
To subscribe to the TiLT Parenting Podcast, follow these links:
Do you have an idea for a theme you’d like us to explore or someone we should interview for an upcoming episode? We’d LOVE to hear from you. Please share your thoughts in our Suggestion Box! if you enjoy the podcast, please consider leaving an honest review and/or rating on iTunes—that’s the best way to ensure parents who would benefit from the podcast can easily find it.
And lastly, we are actively looking for patrons to support the costs associated with producing a weekly podcast for the TiLT Parenting community. If you would like to support the work we’re doing and help us cover production expenses, please click on the image below. Thank you!
Episode 48: A Conversation with Debbie About Surviving the Transition to (a.k.a. the First Year of) HomeschoolingToday is another special solocast episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast—which basically means that rather than have a guest on the show or talking with Asher, it will just be me sharing insights directly with you. From time to time I get questions from members of the... read more
Episode 30: 12-year-old Asher Talks with David Flink, a Social Movement Leader on the Front Lines of the Learning Rights MovementIn this episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast, 12-year-old Asher steps into my role as interviewer and sits down with David Flink, author of the book Thinking Differently: An Inspiring Guide for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities, and founder of the... read more
Episode 29: What it Takes to Live a Healthy, Fulfilled Life as Mother to a Differently-Wired Kid, with Samantha EttusIn this episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast, I talk with Samantha Ettus, a renowned work/life balance expert, author, radio show host, and media personality. Sam is passionate about helping people, and especially moms, find create a more fulfilled, healthier, and... read more
Episode 28: Understanding and Combatting Negative Stigmas Associated with Neurological Differences, with Ann DouglasIn this episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast, I talk with Ann Douglas, author of the powerful book Parenting Through the Storm, originally released in Canada and now available internationally. Ann has successfully raised four differently-wired kids and shares... read more
Episode 27: A Conversation with Asher About Whether or Not Parents Should Ban Video Games Like MinecraftIn this special Kid’s POV episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast, Asher and I have another conversation about screen time. This time, we’re looking specifically at the question of whether or not a parent, at wits end with her child’s video game... read more
Episode 26: A Conversation About Emotional Intelligence and “Perfectly-Flawed Parenting,” with Amy SteindlerIn this episode, I talk with certified life coach Amy Steinder about how developing one’s own emotional intelligence can positively impact the way one parents their differently-wired kids. An emotional intelligence trainer who recently began working with parents... read more
Episode 22: Behind the Scenes of Understood.org, the Resource for Parents Whose Children Have Learning & Attention IssuesOne of my favorite parts about producing the TiLT Parenting Podcast is that I get to learn about fantastic resources devoted to supporting parents raising atypical kids in a powerful, tangible way, like Understood.org. Created to give parents information, access to... read more
Episode 19: Slow Processing Speed—What It Is and How to Support Kids Who Have It, with Dr. Ellen BraatenIf your child consistently struggles doing tasks in a timely manner—whether that’s getting her shoes and coat on to leave for school or fill in a homework sheet or take a timed math test—he or she likely has challenges relating to processing speed. Slow... read more
Are You a Member of the TiLT Tribe?
We’re on a mission to tilt the experience for parents raising differently-wired kids.
Sign up below to be a part of the change.