Join Tilt Parenting’s unique membership program and get personal support, practical tools, and genuine community to help your life as a parent feel so much better
The Differently Wired Club is grounded in the values of optimism, hope,
radical acceptance, curiosity, self-reflection, and respect.
If you’re committed to a neurodiversity-affirming
approach to parenting, please join us.
The Club is about supporting parents through the hard stuff
I cannot believe I have been part of the Tilt Club for about two years now! This has BY FAR been the most positive part of my growth and learning about my young adult. 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!
Club membership includes:
Each month begins with a short video (20 minutes) about that month’s theme, including a downloadable PDF support sheet with key takeaways and journal prompts to help you apply the concepts in your own life. (See below for a list of past themes.)
Live 75-minute calls are held with me and parent coach Margaret Webb on the 3rd Wednesday of each month (2pm ET) to answer questions and provide group coaching. Members can submit questions in advance so they can get the info they need, regardless of whether or not they can attend live. Recordings and chat are available.
VIRTUAL BOOK CLUB & EXPERT VISITS
Some months we read a parenting book (mostly nonfiction, sometimes memoir), and the author joins us for a live Zoom at the end of the month to discuss the book as a group (see below for a list of past and upcoming books). Other months we’re joined by a thought leader / expert for a insightful, informative conversation. Recordings and chat are available.
5 MONTHLY VIRTUAL OFFICE HOURS
Five virtual “office hours” are held each month where members can hang out, chat, connect with other members, and talk about whatever is happening in our worlds. These intimate gatherings are not recorded, and give members a chance to form relationships with others as well as get in-the-moment support. Office hour calls are facilitated by different parent coaches and are offered at a variety of set times so members can plan their attendance ahead.
PRIVATE SUPPORT DISCUSSION BOARDS
Members can connect to form friendships, seek advice, problem-solve around challenges, cheer each other on, and ask for accountability on the Membership site forums. The best online communities are ones where participants feel a sense of responsibility for everyone else’s success—together we can do anything.
Members have access to a library of exclusive Club content—monthly videos of bonus masterclasses, past author visits, as well as monthly coaching calls and all previous monthly thematic content. (See below for a look at some of the experts featured in the Club library.)
Click below to take a quick tour inside the Differently Wired Club
This is how the shift happens…
Real change takes conscious intention and deliberate implementation.
The Club was designed with these four foundational pillars in place to support this work:
Get unstuck, ditch the overwhelm, and find confidence, connection, and JOY in parenting your differently wired child
Is the Differently Wired Club a fit for you?
I know how overwhelming it can be to make sense of all of the information coming at us from authors, coaches, therapists, teachers, podcasts, blog posts, and online summits, let alone implement it so our family’s life can improve.
I created the Differently Wired Club to cut through the noise and break it down so you can create a path that works for you and put it into practice.
Tilt Parenting founder, Debbie Reber
THE CLUB IS FOR YOU IF YOU:
- Have read Differently Wired* and are ready to go deeper
- Are willing to get uncomfortable in order to examine approaches that aren’t best serving you and your family
- Are in alignment with Tilt’s values of optimism, inclusion, and possibility
- Are longing for an authentic community where you can feel safe sharing your journey
- Can dedicate 30-60 minutes each week to show up for yourself
THE CLUB IS NOT FOR YOU IF YOU:
- Are looking for quick fixes
- Believe your child can be “cured” of their neurodifferences
- Are in search of a place to vent about what’s challenging about parenting your child
- Don’t have time to be a resource and support for others within the community
Differently Wired Club Parent Coaches
DEBBIE REBER — FOUNDER & HEAD PARENT COACH
Debbie Reber, MA, is a parenting activist, bestselling author, podcast host, speaker, the founder and CEO of Tilt Parenting, and the creator of the Differently Wired Club. The Tilt Parenting Podcast is the top-performing podcast for parents, caregivers, educators and professions raising and supporting neurodivergent children with more than 4 million downloads. 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. In November 2018, she spoke at TEDxAmsterdam, delivering a talk entitled Why the Future Will Be Differently Wired. In the summer of 2020, she co-created the Parenting in Place Masterclass series. Read more about Debbie here.
MARGARET WEBB — PARENTING COACHING & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Margaret Webb is the mom of a 18-year-old son who is on the autism spectrum, a former elementary school educator, and for the past 10 years, has been a certified master life and parenting coach. She weaves together her professional and personal experience with the coaching tools, educational expertise, and parenting strategies she has in her toolbox in order to help parents shift from feeling isolated, anxious, and controlling to feeling more content, confident, and empowered. Learn more about Margaret here.
SHERYL STOLLER — PARENT COACHING & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
ZACH MORRIS — PARENT COACHING & COMMUNITY SUPPORT
Zach Morris is a thought leader in education. He 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. He is inspired by the science of how people learn and change, and he aims to translate this to help individuals and communities improve awareness, communication, and structural support. Zach has 10+ years experience in the classroom, ranging from inner-city public school to rural therapeutic boarding school, and from non-traditional private school to individual co-op homeschool. Zach now serves as a learning consultant and communication coach, and he is most at home in the mountains of Montana, where he lives and works. Learn more about Zach here.
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.
Virtual Book Club Reads (previous & upcoming)
Highlights from the Club’s expert library
Tina Payne Bryson
How does the Differently Wired Club membership work?
Membership clubs are designed to provide people with ongoing support and community with like-minded people all working toward the same goals. For the Differently Wired Club, which first began in October 2019, membership fees are charged monthly and you can remain in the Club as long as you like (and as long as you’re paying the monthly fee).
How much does the Differently Wired Club cost?
Club membership is $47 / month. 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 the Q&A call, and so on. I consciously designed this program 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.
I can't attend the live calls. Will I still get value from the program?
Absolutely. All of the live Q&A/Coaching calls and the Virtual Book Club author visits are recorded and transcribed, so you can read or listen to them on your own schedule. For the Q&A /Coaching calls, each month you’ll have the opportunity to submit questions in advance of the call, so I’ll answer those whether you’re live with us or not. The private forums are also a great, and safe, way to ask for support around specific challenges.
How will I access the course materials?
The membership materials are accessible through a private website, and all materials—the video lessons (audio, video, and transcripts), the PDF worksheets and “homework” assignments, and recorded Q&A calls are available there. Monthly Q&A calls and virtual book clubs are held via Zoom and simultaneously streamed in a private Facebook group. Virtual office hours take place in a Zoom “room” and are not recorded.
Will I have access to content from previous months?
Yes, no matter when you join the Differently Wired Club, you will have access to all of the content from previous months, which you can review and consume at any time. There is no “order” in which to do the classes, so you can jump around and dive into the themes that most resonate with you.
How much personal attention will I receive?
While this is a group program, the monthly Q&A calls are designed to answer your specific questions and provide group coaching, and the 5 monthly virtual office hours are wonderful opportunities 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.
How do I cancel my membership?
Your membership in the Differently Wired Club is based on a monthly subscription, which you can cancel at any time. To cancel your membership, fill out this form.
Terms & Conditions
Membership in the Club is based on a monthly subscription. Your membership will officially begin on the first of the month after joining, at which time you’ll have immediate access to all of the materials of the Club — videos, downloadable PDFs, discussion groups, and more — on the Differently Wired Club’s learning platform. You’ll receive an email with login information after registering.
Membership can be cancelled at any time. When members leave, their membership is good through the end of the month, and they have the opportunity to download any material before leaving the group. There are no refunds.
Here’s what Club members are saying…
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.
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.