What It Is: "A talk show designed to help families, caregivers and professional add tools to support, understand, live, laugh and love with tough kids and atypical adults in semi supportive independence. A toolbox parent is a parent who is willing to reach out and discover new ideas and strategies to work with a difficult child. If you are struggling with behaviors in your home, we hope our radio show and guests can help you."
Who's In Charge: Co-hosts Jodee Kulp and Deb Fjeld have poured their parenting wisdom into the Toolbox Parenting site, and Kulp is also Executive Director of Better Endings, New Beginnings, "an outreach to promote social awareness of the needs of the least of our citizens."
Why It's Worth Checking Out: Kulp and Fjeld bring humor and experience to the topic of dealing with challenging children, particularly those with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Plus, I'm scheduled for a brief call-in every week to share the latest disability news.
Where to Start: The show streams online every Tuesday night at 10 p.m. ET.
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