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Parents are continually running around at the best of time and when you throw a child with special needs into that mix as well, let’s just say that it’s a recipe for burn out.
This interview is how two mothers join forces to create a tribe to help support mums of autistic children.
Normally self care and putting herself first is last on her list. She is hagged and it’s only the morning…. pretty much the rest of the days success builds moment by moment.
Today we share the evolution of Thrive Tribe a community and business that helps support Mums from Health, Mindset, communication and finances.
We hear the real stories from business to life, to hoops parents are needing to jump through for government support. The list goes on…
If you have a friend who has a special needs child please forward them this episode.
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Sandy is a proud Mum to two beautiful kids, Imogen and Cooper. Imogen is on the autism spectrum and has ADHD, intellectual disability and anxiety. Sandy herself was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis in recent years and she inspires others whilst telling her story of how she learnt to tap into her grit. Sandy’s is a passionate health and special needs advocate dedicated to helping people live their best lives and helping people to reach and exceed their goals. She is a mentor, advocate and a personal development and wellness coach with over 6 years of industry experience.
Stephanie is a Mummy to two little girls, Imogen and Charlotte. Charlotte has Autism and a developmental co-ordination disorder. She is the digital arm of the tribe & heads up all of the tech parts of the business as well as facilitating health and wellness coaching. She is an advocate for educating women on the importance of surrounding ourselves with a tribe and finding a place where a brave face isn’t necessary. She believes if women can find somewhere that they can grow together, they will get you through the darkest days.