Moving forward our workshops will be pre-recorded and available for viewing two weeks before the live, 30-minute Q&A. During these two weeks, watch the recording whenever works best for you and bring your questions to the Q&A.
The Q&A will not be recorded, but the recorded workshop will remain available. Learn more here.
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Supporting Neurodivergent TCKs

This workshop will deepen understanding of the unique experiences and challenges faced by TCKs who are neurodivergent, such as those with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and other neurotypes. Gain valuable insights into strategies for creating inclusive environments, addressing sensory needs, and promoting neurodivergent-friendly approaches to education and social interactions.

Parents and caregivers will leave equipped with practical tools and resources to support neurodivergent TCKs in their journey towards positive growth, self-acceptance, and a sense of belonging. Our workshop leaders have personal investment and insights into these communities.
Everyone who registers receives access to the workshop recording, whether you're able to attend the live Q&A or not! 
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1.5 hours


Tanya Crossman & Carla Crossman

Recording Available

October 30,

Q&A Date

November 13,

Q&A Time

(ET, New York)

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This workshop is included in our Parent, Caregiver, and Adult TCK memberships. Subscribe using the buttons below to get access to this workshop and more, in addition to other invaluable membership benefits!

Meet the instructors

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Tanya Crossman

Director of Research and Education Services

Tanya is the Director of Research and International Education at TCK Training, and has nearly two decades of experience working with TCKs and globally mobile families, including 10 years working on original research. She is also the author of Misunderstood: The Impact of Growing Up Overseas in the 21st Century. Tanya is herself autistic (something she discovered as an adult living in China) and Carla's big sister (since her earliest memory).

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Carla Crossman

Guest Presenter

Carla is an Educational and Developmental Psychologist with over 10 years' experience, and over 20 years' experience working with neurodiverse individuals. Carla is the Founder and Director of Spark for Life, a neuroaffirming and multidisciplinary practice with 12 staff located in Canberra, Australia. She uses a strengths-based approach to help inspire and motivate positive change, while also teaching skills and strategies to help tackle life's challenges. Carla is a dyslexic ADHDer, mum to two energetic young boys, and also lived overseas in her tween years.