Wandering Traveler

Autism & ADHD Coaching & Groups

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Cady Stanton, M.S.

Senior Consultant

I have over fifteen years of research and clinical experience with a focus on autism, ADHD, and executive function. 

I identify as neurodivergent.  Neurodivergent people process the world in a way that is different from the norm.  Common diagnoses associated with neurodivergence include autism, ADHD, OCD, dyspraxia, and a whole host of learning differences.  It also includes people who identify as a highly sensitive person.  

I appreciate the value of neurological differences while acknowledging the challenges we face.

I know what it takes to succeed, and have supported many neurodivergent individuals on their path towards a joyful, independent life.

Follow this link to watch a video about my approach to supporting families.


Autism & ADHD Coaching & Groups

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Free Support & Education Group for Parents

Our next event is Monday, January 17th at 6:30pm pacific time.  

Topic: Working Memory

Working memory may not sound like the most fascinating topic, but comments clients give me after we cover it include things like "this explains so much!" and "I feel like my whole life makes sense now!" 

Working memory is critical to reading comprehension, decision making, navigation, and pretty much every aspect of learning and daily functioning.  

Working memory is particularly relevant to people who are autistic and have ADHD, and to all of us as we age! Some researchers also say it is the core cognitive challenge associated with ADHD-inattentive type.

Bonus:  When your teenager turns on the TV while they're doing their homework and claims it doesn't impact their ability to do their homework, you'll know exactly why it does and what would be better options! 

Register here: https://app.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php?owner=21530302&appointmentType=19336574

Join the Autism & ADHD Parent Support Group on meetup.com so you can be notified of future events directly.


[So-called] mild autism doesn't mean one experiences autism mildly...It means YOU experience their autism mildly. You may not know how hard they've had to work to get to the level they are.

Adam Walton, Autistic Self-Advocate


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