#112: The Lifelong Journey of Parenting ADHD with Author Jan Stewart

May 8, 2023

SHINING WITH ADHD  EPISODE #112: Jan Stewart The Childhood Collective 5/10/2023   SUMMARY Parenting a child with special needs can be lonely and frustrating while at the same time, amazing, funny, and wild! As mommas, we know how helpful it is to hear from someone who has walked this path for a little longer. In […]

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EPISODE #112: Jan Stewart

The Childhood Collective

5/10/2023

 

SUMMARY

Parenting a child with special needs can be lonely and frustrating while at the same time, amazing, funny, and wild! As mommas, we know how helpful it is to hear from someone who has walked this path for a little longer. In this episode, we sit down with Jan Stewart (an ADHD sage) to discuss insights from her personal and professional experience. Mothers need mentors, and Jan is a wealth of wisdom!

 

MEET JAN

Jan Stewart is a highly regarded mental health and neurodiversity governance expert and advocate. Her brutally honest memoir Hold on Tight: A Parent’s Journey Raising Children with Mental Illness describes her emotional roller coaster story of parenting two children with multiple mental health and neurodevelopmental disorders. Her mission is to inspire parents to persevere, as well as to better educate their families, friends, healthcare professionals, educators, and employers. Jan chairs the Board of Directors at Kerry’s Place Autism Services, Canada’s largest autism services provider, and was previously Vice Chair at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Canada’s leading psychiatric hospital. She also served on the Parent Advisory Council of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Department of Neuropsychopharmacology. She spent most of her career as a senior Partner with the global executive search firm Egon Zehnder. Jan is a Diamond Life Master in Bridge and enjoys fitness, genealogy, and dance. You can find her online at www.janstewartauthor.com or on Instagram as @janstewartauthor

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