Wish you could create unshakeable confidence with your autistic high school graduate?
Embrace 7 Practices That Work
In 7 short (free) videos you will learn the daily practices that have helped me and my families coach our autistic young adults to take adulting actions with confidence.
It's nice to meet you...
Hi, I'm Lynn Davison
I'm an adulting coach specialized in helping autistic young adults and their families create confident adulting together.
After more than 1,435 conversations, we figured out what works. We moved from chaos and confusion to connection and predictable progress. We now have room to create what we want in our lives with peace, hope and love.
Lead the Way
They will shift when we encourage, warn and welcome consultations. Here's how.
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It seemed too good to be true. It wasn’t.
For a couple of decades we had been looking for help for our son who is on the autism spectrum – with limited success. Until we discovered Lynn. Her approach is without cliché – holistic.
She has successfully parented her own exceptional children. This gives Lynn a special empathy for what the entire family faces in rising to the challenges of ASD. Her program is both comprehensive and adaptable to the needs of all family members. Listening with compassion to everyone’s points of view she provides concise behavioral feedback along with highly targeted practical exercises.
Involving parents with their young adults’ learning process makes their growth a communal experience. Her humor, warmth and depth of knowledge elevates “The Art of Adulting” to another level of impact and excellence that is desperately needed in our community.
Our son Andrew, who was initially highly resistant to this idea now can’t get to the computer fast enough when it’s his “time with Lynn”. He knows what a resource and comfort she provides. We all wish we had met Lynn a lot earlier in our journey.
John, Alana and Andrew
Lynn has a solid understanding of how the Autistic brain works differently from a neuro-typical brain and a positive way of explaining it to those who are supporting them so the whole family can grow in their understanding and move towards “living a life that they love!”
One of the most powerful strategies that Lynn taught us, was how to complete STEAR Maps in order to observe and change our own thinking about the situations we deal with on a daily basis. This in turn really began to shift our own thinking as parents and in our relationships with each other.
We have great admiration for Lynn’s ability to continue growing, reflecting and evolving daily in her own practice and knowledge. She has been a tremendous example to us! We would highly recommend her support, empathy and knowledge to anyone who is struggling to better understand themselves and how their thinking impacts their relationships with those that they love!
Monica and Charlie