Welcome 2024 Happy Mom Summit All-Access Pass Friends!
I’m happy to offer you a 2-week free trial membership in my unique membership program that I’ve been running since 2019, the Differently Wired Club. This is my most favorite work I do with families — if it feels like a good fit for you, I would love for you to join us!
Read about the Club below, and click the link at the bottom to start your free 2-week trial.
Being part of a neurodiversity-affirming community is everything
Overwhelm. Lack of control. Depleted. Misunderstood. At a loss.
Raising a differently wired kid is often a messy, lonely journey. There’s no roadmap, no blueprint, no clear path.
We turn to authors, coaches, therapists, teachers, podcasts, and summits, but making sense of all the information, let alone implement it so our family’s life can actually improve, can be paralyzing.
Together, we get unstuck, connect, and chart a doable path that feels positive and hopeful for the whole family.
The Differently Wired Club
Supporting parents through the hard stuff.
No matter how your child is wired, you’ll be supported through:
- Hands-on personal approach
- Facilitated office hours, coaching calls, and parent-to-parent meet ups
- Monthly themes to get specific and tactical
- Community with parents who really get it
- Live expert and author visits
- Private podcast feed + extensive video library
- Ongoing accountability and support
This is how the shift happens…
Real change takes conscious intention and deliberate implementation.
The Club was designed with these 3 core pillars in place to support this goal:
LEARNING & GROWTH
Get the structure and accountability to set and reach your goals, and apply new tools and strategies to experience family transformation.
COMMUNITY & CONNECTION
Be in a liked-minded community of parents working toward the same vision, share resources, crowdsource solutions, and make genuine connections.
CONFIDENCE & INSPIRATION
Get coaching support for working through specific challenges, access the information you need right now, and cultivate more joy and calm in your world.
Our values? Optimism, radical acceptance, curiosity, self-reflection, and respect.
The Differently Wired Club is a neurodiversity-affirming community committed to seeing our children through a strengths-based lens and prioritizing our personal growth. Together we are getting unstuck, ditching the overwhelm, and finding confidence, connection, and JOY in parenting our neurodivergent kids.
This has BY FAR been the most positive part of my growth and learning
I cannot believe I have been part of the Tilt Club for about two years now! All that I have gained from having access to this information, the podcasts, calls, and conversations — it is truly my lifeline when things have been bumpy. I am grateful for your creation, and have planned my work schedule this year to make more calls/discussions. It has been the best self-care of my life! — JEN
We’ve got you covered.
However you learn, whatever your style, no matter the ages, genders, and neurodivergent profile of your child/ren, the Differently Wired Club will help you cultivate the positive shifts you’re hoping for.
Targeted monthly themes so we can work (and play) together to grow our skills and see real change.
Informal, facilitated meet-ups for parent-to-parent connecting and in-the-moment support (5 x month).
Join monthly live coaching calls or submit your question in advance and catch up on the recording later.
Seek advice, crowdsource solutions, offer support, and be accountable — together we can do anything.
Monthly intimate meet-ups with authors and parenting experts for insightful, facilitated conversations.
150+ past author / expert visits, coaching calls, and monthly themes (video + private podcast feed).
A home base for motivated parents & caregivers
The Differently Wired Club profoundly changes the lives of members who are ready to:
- Create structure and accountability to set and reach parenting (and life) goals
- Work through specific challenges with coaching support
- Feel better, live more fully, grow your life
- Be in a like-minded community of parents working toward the same goals
- Get uncomfortable in order to examine and challenge approaches that aren’t serving you and your family
Highlights from the resource library
We’re fortunate to have the most generous, game-changing thought leaders in the neurodivergence and parenting space visit our community. Here are a few of the experts who’ve shared their ideas and insights with us.
Tina Payne Bryson
The Differently Wired Club Ethos
The Differently Wired Club is a neurodiversity-affirming community that focuses on seeing our children through a strengths-based lens and prioritizing our personal growth. Our values are optimism, hope, radical acceptance, curiosity, self-reflection, and respect.
As part of these values and the mission of the Club, we have the following expectations for participation within the community:
- We avoid the use of functioning labels (ie: “high-functioning autism”) and we prioritize identity first language (“autistic child”) over person-first language (“child with autism”).
- We talk about parenting challenges in ways that respect our children’s neurodivergence and with the assumption that they would do better if they could.
- We don’t knowingly use ableist language.
- We participate in discussions with openness and compassion and with the understanding that many members of this parenting community are themselves neurodivergent.
Differently Wired Club Parent Coaches
The Club is supported by wise, experienced parent coaches with backgrounds in education, coaching, and therapy, as well as a whole lotta lived experienced.
FOUNDER & HEAD PARENT COACH
Debbie Reber, MA, is a parenting activist, author, podcast host, speaker, the founder and CEO of Tilt Parenting, and the parent of a 19-year-old 2e child. A certified Positive Discipline trainer and a regular contributor to Psychology Today and ADDitude Magazine, Debbie’s most recent book is Differently Wired: A Parent’s Guide to Raising an Atypical Child with Confidence and Hope. She launched Club in 2019.
LEAD PARENT COACH & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Margaret Webb is the mom of a 20-year-old son on the autism spectrum, a former elementary school educator, and a certified master life and parenting coach. She weaves together professional and personal experience with the coaching tools, educational expertise, and parenting strategies to help parents shift from feeling isolated, anxious, and controlling to feeling content, confident, and empowered.
PARENT COACH & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Sheryl Stoller is a PCI Certified Parent Coach® devoted to coaching overwrought parents of children whose abilities, sensibilities, and behaviors go beyond expectations (gifted, twice/multi-exceptional) since 2009. Sheryl integrates Somatic Attachment Therapy and Positive Intelligence (PI) Mental Fitness into her coaching, and co-leads 2 communities of practice for Positive Intelligence (PI).
PARENT COACH & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Zach Morris is a thought leader in education who is committed to helping people increase compassion, collaboration, and learning. Zach supports individuals, families, and organizations who aim to develop a greater sense of safety and empowerment in themselves, in their relationships, and in their communities. Gently guiding humans through the resistance they encounter is at the core of Zach’s work.
How does Club membership work?
The Differently Wired Club is a membership subscription with a monthly fee. There is no minimum or maximum amount of time you can remain in the Club, and you’ll have access to all the content and live calls for as long as your subscription is active. You can cancel at any time.
How much does the Club cost?
Club membership is currently $67 / month (or join for a year for $670 and get 2 months free). In the case that the monthly subscription cost increases, you will be grandfathered in at this rate as long as your subscription remains current. A limited number of need-based scholarships are available (click here to learn more).
What is the time commitment?
You’ll want to set aside around 30-60 minutes each week, to do things like listen to a masterclass, participate in a live call, and engage in the online community and more. The Club is designed so parents can participate even if they have very little (or any) free time. The real work happens as you’re living your life and you become more aware, conscious, and intentional.
Is it worth it if I can't make the live calls?
Absolutely. All of the live Coaching calls and guest visits are recorded — you can watch the replay, catch the audio on our private podcast feed, or read the transcript on your own schedule (and you can submit questions for in advance regardless of your attendance) — and the engaging Club hub makes it easy to participate, connect with other members, and dive in on your own terms.
What platform is the Club on?
The Differently Wired Club has recently moved to the Mighty Network platform, an easy-to-use, safe, accessible platform designed with the big goal of fostering community engagement for mission-driven businesses. Think of Mighty as a cross between Facebook, Threads, and Slack — it’s great! Also, the Club has it’s own branded app for iOS and Android, so you can easily connect from your smart device anytime.
Will I get personal attention?
Yes! While this is a group program, the monthly coaching calls are designed to answer your specific questions and provide group coaching, and there are 5 additional facilitated live calls where members have the opportunity to share, get advice, and be in a safe space with others who can relate to what you’re going through. Lastly, the private community discussion board is a safe place for you to share challenges and seek resources and feedback from parent coaches and other members.
Membership Terms & Conditions
The Differently Wired Club is a membership program with both monthly and annual subscription options. You can cancel your membership at any time and your access will remain active through the end of your current payment schedule. There are no refunds.
Here’s what Club members are saying…
So often, the days are filled with storms. This class has been my anchor. It is structured in such a way that each theme is easily applied to my unique situation. It allows me to be mindful and self-reflective first, and secondly expand out to the community, which always brings about connection, understanding, and growth.
Without even a second thought, Debbie supported my involvement in the Club at a time when I needed it most. She supported me in both word and deed. Her openness to my participation on my own terms sets the example of what we should be doing with our kids, what the world of us should be doing with each other. Always the skeptic, when I started tuning in to her podcast at the beginning of the pandemic, I had no idea how life changing it would be. Through the Club I met the community I had been looking for.
I love the people in my life and their neurotypical children, but their advice and oversimplification can be grating. My child isn’t going learn by me letting him fall; he will dangerously seek this sensory experience again and again. My son isn’t cutting in line; he doesn’t spatially understand where the front and back are. But I can feel safe in this club I am with people who get it, are supportive, and have ideas that are actually helpful. I also appreciate how well thought out and organized everything is to appeal to my own diverse parenting needs.
The content is spot on and so helpful and I really appreciate the flexibility in accessing the courses; each week has an option to re-watch the video, download an audio file and/or download an PDF transcript, which allows me to experience the course fully and in my time.
Debbie, thank you so much for all you give to parents like me of differently wired children. This Club is just so supportive, positive and full of practical take homes that we can try straight away in our families. I appreciate being part of it so much and would thoroughly recommend it to other parents.
This club has taught me that in order to take care of my kids, I need to first take care of myself. I highly recommend the Coaching Calls and Discussion boards, where I frequently ask questions and get support from a like-minded community. Makes this journey of being a caregiver to a differently wired child a little less scary and lonely.
I love being a part of this club. The monthly themes/focus with the related masterclass and live coaching sessions are excellent. I always learn something new that I can apply to my own personal growth and parenting my 11 year old daughter with greater love and understanding. I feel so much less alone and more hopeful about parenting by being a part of this group!
There are so many awesome books, podcasts, articles, and online summits out there, but the information overload can feel sometimes paralyzing. The Club makes small goals feel manageable and realistic, along with a community of people working through similar challenges. I find it also helps me process the journey I’m on much more cheaply than therapy.
The Differently Wired Club is here for you.
Your Membership Includes:
Member-only community forums
Access to Tilt founder Debbie Reber and other parent coaches
Monthly programming designed to help you create and reach personalized and specific parenting goals
Access to monthly live calls with thought leaders in the neurodivergent parenting space
Monthly coaching calls to address your specific concerns
4 monthly office hour calls facilitated by parent coaches
Access to all pre-recorded masterclasses, author and expert visits, monthly themes, and coaching calls ($2200 value)
Private Differently Wired Club podcast feed
Programming designed to help you focus and transform around areas of challenge
Opportunity to connect and engage with a vibrant community of parents committed to neurodiversity-affirming parenting
Club access through the Tilt Parenting iOS and Android app
Sign up for a free 2-week trial today.
Tilt Parenting, LLC is an educational resource, podcast, consultancy, and community with a focus on positively shifting the way neurodifferences in children are perceived, experienced, and supported, and supporting parents raising differently wired™ kids so these exceptional kids can thrive in their schools, in their families, and in their lives. It was founded by Debbie Reber in 2016.
© 2016 Deborah Reber