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Being a grandparent was supposed to be all fun and no stress. But if your grandchild has been diagnosed with autism then there’s probably a lot more stress than fun. It’s hard to hear your friends talk about all the great things their grandchildren are doing. They’re doing what you want to be doing.
And instead you might be doing a lot of google searching and watching YouTube videos on autism and seeing that there are so many options that could help your grandchild. Your child is doing the best they can but they’re overwhelmed too. Autism can be overwhelming and seem so lonely.
Have you thought lately, "I don't know what the answer is, but I know there is an answer."?
You’re right. There is an answer. But it’s quite complex. Improving your grandchild’s life takes more than just one thing. You can’t just send your child one video for them to watch that will have all the answers. You won’t find all the answers you need in one blog post either. It’s not that simple.
Improving your grandchild’s life takes a comprehensive PLAN. There are 7 major factors to address when someone has an autism diagnosis.
Are you frustrated by not wanting to nag but you know they're not doing it right?
With 7 major factors to address, it’s easy to miss something. But as a grandparent you have a different perspective. You’re close, you see what’s going on, but you have distance enough to see that your child is not doing some things that would make your grandchild’s life so much better.
So you feel trapped. You want to tell your children that they are missing something but you don’t want to nag. And your children feel this. There’s a tension that keeps growing in the family. An autism diagnosis is stressful enough but now this is causing tension in the family. It’s now twice as stressful.
Tired of knowing there's a better way? Learn how to have someone else tell them what to do so that you can "skip to the good part."
This is a comprehensive PLAN covering the 7 aspects to autism that need to be addressed so that the entire family can stop guessing about what’s best to do for your grandchild. Dr. Theresa Lyons has a successful track record of understanding the unique needs of each child and what the most efficient PLAN of action is so that you can start bragging to all your friends how wonderful your grandchild is doing. You get to see your grandchild become who you know they can be.
There’s no need to waste time, energy, and money on doing things for your grandchild that won’t work. Dr. Lyons reviews any information you provide and creates a customized PLAN specific to your grandchild so that you can focus your resources on what matters…what will actually make a difference. General advice will only get you so far. You need a specific PLAN for your grandchild.
This PLAN is written by Dr. Lyons, no one on her staff writes these PLANs. You aren’t seen as a nag or bossy. You get to be seen by your child as someone who genuinely wants to help, bringing them the best resource possible, and help in a very loving way. And that’s the only way to influence action! Your child will take action, not by you telling them what to do, but by presenting a comprehensive PLAN that is not something that you came up with, it’s what The Autism Healing Expert said.
Get your autism PLAN — and get the most fun out of time with your grandchild!
1. A personalized and tailored PLAN for your grandchild based on the 7 major factors to address for someone with autism to improve their chances to succeed in life and enjoy life.
Their personalized PLAN will include what needs to be still addressed for them regarding:
Diet, supportive environment, probiotics, healthcare team, supplements, educational approaches, celebrating success all so that your grandchild has the best chances to succeed in life and enjoy life.
(The goal of the PLAN? To help you cut through the noise and FOCUS on the aspects that deserve your full attention and bring the biggest improvements to your entire family.)
2. Answers to whatever your three biggest autism questions are (Think: “What does my grandchild need most?” or “Is it possible to outgrow autism?” or “How can I stop worrying so much about my grandchild falling behind in school?” or "What can we do to play together?")
3. Everything listed above is delivered to you in a beautiful, easy-to-read digital booklet. No medical jargon or therapist mumbo-jumbo. Just plain English and clear, actionable guidance. (Plus… a few extra surprises. Like fun activites to do together and cool songs to play for them that help build their confidence).
4. About one week after you receive your Skip To The Good Part PLAN, we’ll have a 60-minute phone call. This phone call is your chance to ask follow-up questions, get clarification on anything that doesn’t feel crystal clear, brainstorm possibilities for new activities, or celebrate the deep sigh of relief you’ll soon be feeling in the future
There are NO more spots available at this time. But no worries – it will be back! Put your name on the wait list below to get an email notification when the Skip To The Good Part PLANs are available again!
For the next round, once purchased, you’ll receive a payment confirmation note straight away — along with a request for information about your grandchild, any reports or documentation about your grandchild, and your three top questions. Your Skip To The Good Part PLAN will arrive within 2 weeks. The follow-up phone consultation will be booked at your convenience once you receive your PLAN.
I have an autism expert who is going to walk through the whole process of how my grandson can thrive.
7 year old grandson with autism
My experience working with Dr. Lyons was invaluable. She is so knowledgable in all things autism.
4 year old grandson with autism
Dr. Lyons is a true scientist with a loving teacher's brain. I understand so much more now!
9 year old granddaughter with autism
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