Why is it so hard for autistic young adults to get from where they are to where they want to be?

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Because you're reading this webpage, I'm going to guess you could be thinking the following now...

  • I'm frustrated by the time they spend gaming, watching YouTube Videos, and not doing anything to make their life happen.
  • I'm exhausted worrying abou their future. I'm not going to be here forever!
  • I've watched them explode or shut down when they hit obstacles so often that I'm afraid to ask them to do anything.
  • My young adult avoids or ignores me when I ask them to do something.
  • They focus on unrealistic goals and are crushed when they don't make progress.

I get it. You are not alone.

I meet so many families every day who struggle with these same problems. They have smart but stalled autistic young adults and love them to their toes. They're looking for a simple system that turns their young adult into strategic life creators.

 

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Imagine what it will be like when you...

Wake up every morning knowing that no matter what life throws at your autistic young adult...

you will create proactive and collaborative solutions together.

I need to know more >>
You ask for what you need from them...

and, without arguing, they do it.

Let's get started >>
You both listen to each other...

and create connections that will last a lifetime because you both
feel seen, safe and soothed in each other's presence.

Yes, I'm interested >>>

 

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 “Chaos to Clarity” 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

Ontario, Canada

 

Elizabeth and Sam

Great Neck, NY

It is difficult to find words adequate to express my admiration and my gratitude for the work Lynn has done (and will continue to do) with my son and with me.

Lynn is a person of great compassion and deep intelligence who has devoted herself to helping young people on the Autism spectrum and their families.

Lynn is always seeking to expand her knowledge by reading books and articles on relevant subjects from the realms of science, sociology, psychology, philosophy, religion, education, (and more) as well as by attending courses by experts who have concrete solutions to offer. All of this makes Lynn a tremendous resource to all her clients.

Even more impressive, in my opinion, is Lynn’s profound wisdom, culled from real life experience. And, Lynn delivers her wise and powerful lessons with sincere kindness. She has really touched our lives in more ways than one, because we know that Lynn cares deeply and is prepared to do the hard work over what will likely be a long, bumpy road.

There is no question that progress is being made, however, and that my son is on his way to “living the life he wants to lead.” That concept alone, a cornerstone of the comprehensive and practical program that Lynn Davison has developed, speaks volumes about why any parent of a struggling young adult should seek Lynn’s guidance.

As my son returns to his college campus for the fall semester, we both are grateful that he will continue to meet regularly with Lynn, as she will be a source of true understanding and unwavering support in good times and bad! In my son’s own words: “Lynn provides good methods for organization and success. Talking to her makes me feel clearer...it’s, you know, really like chaos to clarity.”

It is difficult to find words adequate to express my admiration and my gratitude for the work Lynn has done (and will continue to do) with my son and with me.

 

Lynn is a person of great compassion and deep intelligence who has devoted herself to helping young people on the Autism spectrum and their families.

 

Lynn is always seeking to expand her knowledge by reading books and articles on relevant subjects from the realms of science, sociology, psychology, philosophy, religion, education, (and more) as well as by attending courses by experts who have concrete solutions to offer. All of this makes Lynn a tremendous resource to all her clients.

Even more impressive, in my opinion, is Lynn’s profound wisdom, culled from real life experience. And, Lynn delivers her wise and powerful lessons with sincere kindness. She has really touched our lives in more ways than one, because we know that Lynn cares deeply and is prepared to do the hard work over what will likely be a long, bumpy road.

There is no question that progress is being made, however, and that my son is on his way to “living the life he wants to lead.” That concept alone, a cornerstone of the comprehensive and practical program that Lynn Davison has developed, speaks volumes about why any parent of a struggling young adult should seek Lynn’s guidance.

As my son returns to his college campus for the fall semester, we both are grateful that he will continue to meet regularly with Lynn, as she will be a source of true understanding and unwavering support in good times and bad! In my son’s own words: “Lynn provides good methods for organization and success. Talking to her makes me feel clearer...it’s, you know, really like chaos to clarity.”

Elizabeth and Sam

Great Neck, NY

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

Portland, Oregon

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You have within you the ability to solve problems together in a way that gets everyone to do what needs to be done. What you need is someone who knows how to help you dig that out and systemize it.

You deserve the love you've earned from supporting your autistic young adult which will allow you to grow your respect for each other. What you need is someone who knows how to help you practice what it takes to build a deeper, long-lasting connection.

You both have what it takes to create a life you love that works. What you need is a simple system at your fingertips that you customize to fit your dreams.

You can help your young adult increase their self-reliance so they can choose where to call home. What you need is someone to show you how to structure the steps that will build their confidence step-by-step.

 

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What you need is to Systemize Self-Reliance With Your Young Adult.


I offer The Art of Adulting, the course, coaching and community that is:

  • Tailored to what works for both of you so that's what gets done
  • One-of-a-kind so that it fits the pace that works for you and isn't overwhelming
  • Actionable so you know how to use it effectively in EVERY aspect of life
  • Reliable so it will always be there to guide them even after we're gone.
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It's Time To Do What Matters

Our runways are not infinite. Ready or not, our autistic young adults will someday lead their own lives. Let's teach them how to create their Life GPS so they become strategic life creators while we're around to coach them.

Helping autistic young adults systemize self-reliance with their families is my specialty.

Let's do this together >>>