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As such her area of expertise originates from years hands-on experience assisting parents with children who have been diagnosed with a learning difference and/or special need.She is familiar with special needs parenting challenges, both personally and professionally.Amy is also a Certified Special Populations Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
I don’t blog in chronological order, either, so all events were written from memory and notes I made at the end of the night. I’m an unreliable narrator, yes, but I’m all you’ve got.
I’m a freelance journalist and author, and one of the things I do is write under the name of The Guyliner – which began on this very blog, back in June 2010. I didn’t blog all the dates, because some of them are quite boring and others would make me easily identificable.
Well, aside from this blog, which you can find out more about a bit further down, I write a weekly column for the British edition of GQ, about anything from LGBT issues to sex and relationships to the terrifying awkwardness of being alone in the 21st century. You can find a selection of freelance stuff I’ve done as The Guyliner on my Contently page. Oh, it was easy peasy: – I joined an internet dating site – I talked to men online and arranged dates with them – I went on the dates – I blogged about them. I actually did want to meet guys and was, I suppose, in my own strange way looking for ‘the one’, or at least ‘the next one’.
Shari Grande holds a Master of Social Work (MSW) from the University of Southern California and is a graduate level certified Parent Coach from the Parent Coaching Institute (PCI)® through the Seattle Pacific University.
She is passionate about Learning Differences and Special Needs. D.’ worth of education attained from parenting her own children, one of whom is Autistic the other has Dyslexia.
Her personal journey has strengthened my passion for advocacy and led me to channel my skills into a career supporting parents open to collaborating, so she may work for the best outcome for each child and family.