Episode #2.Published March3 ,2021
When parent and former autism behavioral intervention specialist, Rebecca Duvall Scott, unlocked the key to her son’s sensory processing disorder (SPD), she wrote a book sharing strategies and experiences that would change the lives of parents, educators, and service providers across the globe. Little did she know, however, the process of writing her family’s story would prepare her to write the one she believes she was always meant to tell.
- How persistent acting out by a child may not be deficits in parental discipline.
- The benefits of developing a supportive tribe when dealing with crises or chronic concerns.
- The gift of learning new skills during hard times can pave a better future.
Find her books at http://www.rebeccaduvallscott.com/.
Rebecca Duvall Scott is an accomplished author and the recipient of numerous awards. Her first published work and best-selling memoir, Sensational Kids, Sensational Families: Hope for Sensory Processing Differences, chronicles the research, interventions, and mindset shifts that successfully brought her family through her son’s SPD diagnosis. While she values her special needs initiative, her heart has always been with Christian historical fiction. Her best-selling and #2 Amazon Hot New Release novel, When Dignity Came to Harlan, is based on her great-grandmother’s childhood. Rebecca lives with her husband and their two children in Kentucky and plans to write more in both the Dignity and Sensational Kids series.