Is Your Child Neurodiverse?
How Do You Know Where to Start?
Theara is here to help you navigate the Neurodivergent journey. While there will never be a blanket solution or answer for raising a Neurodivergent child, we're here to give you the next best option - Our Know the Way at Home training.
Every parent wants to give their child the love, patience, and understanding they deserve. But when you’re raising a child with Neurodiversity, it can be overwhelming and terrifying to know what is actually best for them. Know the Way at Home removes the what-ifs and gives you a clear road map to navigate your child's Neurodivergent journey.
Many parents feel a tremendous amount of grief surrounding their child's diagnosis, especially parents who are told their children might be non-verbal. But Know the Way at Home is here to support you on the journey to embrace your child's beautifully diverse brain and welcome the light into your lives.
The Brighter Future
The Theara Way and Know the Way at Home are here to light the way to your brighter future with our simple, digestible, and easy-to-remember, 12-step, acronym-based system.
Know the Way at Home gives parents of children with Neurodiversity the tools, skills, and resources to navigate their child’s unique needs. You’ll be prepared to tackle all the obstacles and challenges you and your child face from the moment you suspect your child might be Neurodiverse up until your child enters school and beyond.
How Does Know the Way at Home Work?
How do I know this will work for me?
How long is the training?
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Overcome the confusion and stress of parenting a child with Neurodiversity.
With our training, we’ll remove the question marks and relieve your stress and exhaustion. You don’t have to worry whether or not you’re making life harder for your child, because now you’ll have the tools to effectively reach them. You’ll find peace knowing you’re providing your child with the nurture and love child they need.
What are you waiting for? Invite more peace and assurance into your home for you, your child, and your family. All it takes is the commitment to our training and a loving parent of a Neurodiverse child.