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The Autism and Sensory Parenting Podcast

Sep 21, 2020

I am sure that I will say this about a lot of people I interview, but I am over the moon excited for you to listen to the interview today!  My guest and I share so many thoughts and ideas about family and life in general, but she will immediately make you feel comfortable and as if you have known her for years.  I am so so very thankful that I have had the opportunity to meet such a charismatic and caring woman.  She is one of those people that is just genuinely her warm, wonderful and positive self and is full of passion for helping others.

So without further delay, meet Brandee. She is a family success coach as well as a behavioral consultant, parent-educator, volunteer extraordinaire, blogger and budding author. She loves making connections, reflecting upon life, and sharing it with others. Helping people navigate the complexities of parenting, managing a kiddo with special needs, or stepping into their own greatness, is where she SHINES.  And she always seeks the lessons from each and every experience and is one who strongly believes in owning your OWN IMPACT. To this end, she aspires to help others find the joy, meaning and deep connectedness in their innermost circles with whom they share their most intimate life 

experiences~their family.


Her life’s purpose is to LOVE her people fiercely, as her children are her LEGACY to this world. She wears that responsibility like a prideful ribbon. Her secondary purpose is to be a sharer of the wisdom she gleans along the way. Providing insight and inspiration to help others UP their personal and parenting GROWTH GAME. Her greatest hope is to be a guiding light for those that are seeking clarity, connection and community as they find their own personal formula for fulfillment. To help them release the daily chaos and find their FLOW.


Brandee is thrilled to be pouring into all of you today! Enjoy the interview!


Recommended books:

Raising your Spirited Child by Mary Sheedy Kurcinka

Parenting with Love and Logic by Foster Cline and Jim Fay

Gift of Imperfection by Brene Brown

Top 3 takeaways

  1. You have to make priorities because if we are focused on everything, we are focused on nothing. That negative energy that is created will spill into all areas of your life. Instead, purposely set up your child’s day for success and it will be a win for both of you.
  2. Focus on the strengths of your child and avoid comparing your child to all the other kids. Ask yourself why you want your child to be like everyone else.  You will open up an opportunity to connect with you kids when you focus on your child’s strength, because we don’t need to “fix” our children.
  3. Trust your gut and follow through on those feelings. This flows right into the idea to never stop advocating for your child (and then down the road teach your child how to advocate for your child).  You know your child and you need to voice what you feel like your child needs by being an active member of the team, because you are the expert on your child!

You can find Brandee at: where they can access information about my Surviving to Thriving and Full Circle Living Coaching Programs and a soon to be released membership program

Her private Facebook Community – Purposeful Parenting for Moms with Extraordinary Children