Autism Parents

5 Keys to Make Sure Your Love Relationship Thrives Without Making You More Tired

Date: Wednesday, May 17

Price: $47 per person

Time: 12:00 PM (Eastern U.S. Time)

BUT the recording will be available for you to watch for a full week after the live event.

Your love for your child/adult on the spectrum is meaningful. But your love for each other counts, too, right?

You’ve no doubt heard all of the claims and stats about higher divorce/dissolution rates for parents of children/adults on the autism spectrum. Would you like to make sure that you don’t become one of these statistics?

But, wait. Your life – every hour of your day – is already filled to the brim, isn’t it? You don’t have time for a new list of things to do each day, even if it is for your relationship. That’s exactly why we’ve distilled The 5 Keys that you can do that don’t require any extra time. And you don’t have to become a different person than you already are, either.

The 5 Keys will enable you and your significant other to:

  • Make the relationship about things other than just autism.
  • Avoid mutual accusations, frustrations, and judgments that create relational discord and block connection.
  • Read and respond to each other’s cues, so that trust is built/maintained.
  • Learn how not to take things personally.
  • Use The 3 Forms of Expression (also called The 3As) to create more warmth and affection.
  • Add a sense of playfulness to your interactions with one another.

Complete with super clear explanations, useful handouts, and opportunities to begin implementation, this mini-workshop will give you the keys to unlock sustainable awesomeness between the two of you.

Note: While it is ideal for both members of the couple to attend, it is absolutely not required. If your significant other is not able to attend, you can take the mini-workshop and tell them about The 5 Keys afterward, or you can simply begin to use the keys right away!

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1. Raun K. Kaufman:

Author, lecturer, and former CEO Raun K. Kaufman has worked with families and educators for the past 25 years. He also brings his own experience as someone who himself was diagnosed with so-called “severe” (non-speaking) autism as a child.

  • An international lecturer and graduate of the Ivy League’s Brown University with a degree in Biomedical Ethics, Raun has completed lecture tours in the U.S., United Kingdom, Ireland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden, Norway, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Romania, France, Japan, Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
  • He is the author of the award-winning book, Autism Breakthrough: The Groundbreaking Method That Has Helped Families All Over the World.
  • He has been interviewed by media such as National Public RadioBBC TelevisionFox News ChannelThe London Telegraph, and People Magazine.
  • As a child, Raun was diagnosed with so-called “severe” (non-speaking) autism and recommended for lifelong institutionalization. Instead, his parents worked with him in a totally new way they developed, enabling him to blossom, grow, and, ultimately, accomplish everything his parents were promised he would not. A book and television movie were made about his journey.

2. Kate C. Wilde:

Kate C. Wilde has spent the last 30 years working with children and adults on the autism spectrum and their families, as well as with therapists, educators, and schools.

  • She is the author of the acclaimed books, Autistic Logistics: A Parent’s Guide to Tackling Bedtime, Toilet Training, Tantrums, Hitting, and Other Everyday Challenges, The Autism Language Launcher: A Parent’s Guide to Helping Your Child Turn Sounds and Words Into Simple Conversations and Autism Abracadabra: Seven Magic Ingredients to Help Develop Your Child’s Interactive Attention Span.
  • Renowned for the courses she teaches throughout the U.S., Europe, and Asia, Kate also speaks at worldwide online autism summits.
  • She is a columnist for Exceptional Needs Today, and has written articles for such publications as Autism Parenting Magazine in the U.S. and SEN Magazine in the U.K.
  • She has forever left her mark on the autism world by having, over the years, intensively trained and qualified more than forty professionals who have gone on to help thousands of families, children, and educators across the globe.
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