There’s nothing more powerful than a mother advocating for the rights of her children. We all know that real change rarely happens unless you fight for it.
Today’s episode can’t help but cause your heart to grow two sizes! Dr. Myava Clark chats with Melissa about an inspirational app she’s creating with her special needs son to help kids navigate social media in a whole new way. This dynamic, motivational, and accomplished neonatal specialist, respiratory therapist, educator, college professor, and soon-to-be author will never give up pushing for progress.
If she has the tenacity to run with an idea, you can too. It’s this kind of forward-thinking that leads to true success. You’ll want to get in on this conversation.
Topics discussed in this episode:
- children with special needs
- social-emotional learning
- social media with education
- imperfect action
- social media with training wheels
- teachable moments
- pain into passion
- social wellness
- the gap between school and home
- different is awesome
- boundaries for social media
- special education
HELP! Support for Parents of Children with Learning and Thinking Differences to Feel Confident, Capable, and Fulfilled by Myava Clark: https://amzn.to/41YAajT
Connect with Dr. Myava Clark
CASEN (Collaborative Advancement for Social-Emotional Needs) LLC www.casenllc.com
Connect with Melissa:
Burnout to All Out Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/burnouttoallout
For free resources and information on Melissa’s current offerings: www.livethefreelife.co
Free LinkedIn Productivity Checklist: https://www.livethefreelife.co/checklist
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