Parent Tips

Read Jess Jarmo's tips to support your neurodivergent child. Jess works closely with parents of children with Dyslexia and ADHD to support and help their careers flourish.

Supporting Your Neurodivergent Adult Child Through Career Coaching


Watching your child grow can be both a joy and a challenge. As they become young adults, they often need help navigating the world of work and figuring out what type of career might be best suited to them. 

Building a Financial and Career Plan With Your Adult Child


As parents, it’s natural to want the best for our adult children. We’ve helped them grow into independent adults, and now we want to ensure that they have a secure financial future.  

Parent to Adult Child - The 5 Neurodivergent Love Languages


As parents, we all want to provide our children with love and support. And as our children grow into adults, it can be difficult to know how to continue to show that same love and support—especially if they are neurodivergent. 

Early Career Statistics for ADHD and Dyslexia


It’s important to understand the risks that recent graduates face when they don’t have the necessary support from their employers. Let’s take a look at some of these early career risks.

5 Ways to Support Your Adult Child After College


Adjusting to life after college can be tough for anyone, but it can be especially difficult for young adults with ADHD or dyslexia.

 6 Effective Ways to Motivate Your Young Adult with Dyslexia and ADHD


As a parent of a college student with dyslexia and ADHD, it can be frustrating to see your young adult struggling to stay motivated with their studies. It is normal to feel helpless and unsure about what steps to take to help your child overcome their challenges. However, 

4 Tips for Exiting the Shame Roller Coaster 


As a college parent, you may have a college senior with Dyslexia, Anxiety or ADHD who is worried about finding a job after graduation. They may feel ashamed of their learning difference and fear that it will impact their job prospects. As their parent, it's essential to support and encourage them through this challenging time. Here are four facts on exiting the Shame Roller Coaster.