The TiLT Manifesto

We’re excited to bring you The TiLT Manifesto, a document outlining our vision for a more positive, more inclusive, and more all-around awesome experience for parents raising differently-wired kids, as well as our ideas for how we can get there together.

CLICK HERE TO OPEN OR DOWNLOAD THE TiLT MANIFESTO (Reading Time: 11 minutes) and discover:

 

  • TiLT founder Debbie Reber’s personal story in shifting her experience raising her twice-exceptional son from one of frustration, stress, and isolation to one of true acceptance, optimism, and possibility
  • Why the current parenting paradigm is broken and outdated, especially for parents with atypical kids
  • How though our journey raising our differently-wired children is unique to us and who our children are, we are tied together through shared experiences of parenting outside the lines
  • The 10 things parents everywhere can start doing right now to take a lead in shifting the parenting paradigm to one that embraces both our children and our experience in raising them

 

WOULD YOU RATHER LISTEN TO THE TILT MANIFESTO? (Listening Time: 27 minutes)

We’ve got you covered. We recently recorded the entire Manifesto as read by Debbie for those among us who prefer processing things via audio. Click on the button below to go to the Manifesto episode of the TiLT Parenting Podcast.

 

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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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