I’m Debbie Reber, founder of TiLT Parenting. I’m so glad you’re here!
More than 20 percent of today’s kids are in some way neurologically atypical, or what I refer to as “differently wired.” And because the world isn’t set up to accommodate their unique way to being, these exceptional kids, and the parents raising them, struggle to navigate their journey.
I’ve been there. Scratch that. I AM there. And one of my biggest challenges in figuring out how to best support my son Asher was feeling isolated, disconnected, and hard-pressed to find clear, useful information.
I created TiLT in the hopes that no parent walking this unmarked path will ever feel alone again. And also because I believe that differently-wired isn’t a deficit—it’s a difference.
If you are raising an exceptional kid and want to find out how to tap into the resources at TiLT parenting to do your thing from a place of choice, confidence, and peace, this page is for you.
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(Now available on Audible)
“[Deborah Reber’s] writing is kind, lifting the “shoulds” where most parenting books pile them on. She is inclusive, allowing people to self-select their differently-wiredness. Yet, she puts the responsibility on us in a way that invites possibility, change, and freedom.” — Kathryn Haydon of Sparkivity in The Creativity Post
‘This is a wonderfully engaging and much needed book that I will enthusiastically recommend to so many parents and professionals I meet on a regular basis.’ — Dr. Barry Prizant, author of Uniquely Human: A Different Way of Seeing Autism
“I was in tears within the first few pages, as the early experiences of Debbie and her son Asher resonated so much with our own. Reading on, these tears were quickly wiped away and I knew I was no longer alone on this journey and I had a way forward.” — Amazon reviewer
Deborah Reber provides real tools and practical advice for parents to confidently support their child’s journey, not only at school but also at home and in life. — Amanda Morin, author of The Everything Parent’s Guide to Special Education
LISTEN TO MY MOST POPULAR PODCAST EPISODES
Former Stanford dean of freshman Julie Lythcott-Haims (How to Raise an Adult) shares what she’s learned about how we can help our children develop advocacy skills, confidence, and self-efficacy so they can have a successful transition to adulthood.
Dr. Ross Greene, author of “The Explosive Child,” explains how parents can tap into the power and benefits of collaboratively problem solving with their differently-wired kids.
Debbie and her husband Derin have an honest, open, and vulnerable conversation about their (up and down) journey as a couple navigating parenting a differently-wired child.
Executive functioning coach Seth Perler explores the concept of resistance in differently wired kids and shares strategies and tools for how parents can support their kids in learning how to face their resistance.
READ OR LISTEN TO THE TILT MANIFESTO
The TiLT Manifesto outlines my vision for a more positive, more inclusive, and more all-around awesome experience for parents raising differently-wired kids, as well as my ideas for how we can get there together.
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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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