Weekly Autism Planner




A free weekly autism planner for parents that includes a free printable planner!

I created the Weekly Autism Planner with busy autism families, like you, in mind.

By joining the planner newsletter, you will no longer feel lost, alone, or overwhelmed. You'll start to feel confident and knowledgeable, armed with tools and resources to help you tackle that next IEP meeting, to support your child through that inevitable meltdown at the grocery store, to understand your child's diagnosis, and to build your child's social and life skills.

And most importantly, you'll find your support network. Your community.

You deserve a supportive community and access to inexpensive resources.


Who is the Weekly Autism Planner Newsletter for?

The Weekly Autism Planner newsletter is for you if:

  • You've been told that your child is "too social" to be autistic
  • You're confused by your child's behavior and how to best help your child
  • You feel alone and isolated
  • You've been told that sensory processing disorder isn't real
  • You're juggling constant appointments and feel like there's never enough time in the day
  • You have a lack of access to services, resources, and support
  • You struggle with transitions, potty training, routines, conversation skills, social skills, or similar
  • You've just received a diagnosis for your child and are confused about what to do next
  • You're stressed about that next IEP meeting
  • You feel like advocating is impossible (psst...it isn't!)
I get it. I have felt most of these, if not all, over the years. And trust me, nobody should have to experience these frustrations.

Join me and nearly 50,000 of other families around the world who already receive the Weekly Autism Planner.


How it Works

Are you ready to connect with your community and feel less alone? Are you ready to get the tools and resources you need to improve your day-to-day life?

Here's how it works:

  1. Sign up for the free Weekly Autism Planner newsletter (just click that big pink button below or above)
  2. Enjoy free advice, tips, activity suggestions, and more delivered right to your inbox each week
  3. Implement the ideas and activities that fit your needs
When you join the Weekly Autism Planner newsletter, you will receive the eight page printable planner as a gift.

At the start of every week, you will receive an email that will help you fill that planner in. But, like you, I know how expensive raising a neurodiverse child can be, so that is why you'll also receive the Friday Freebies email each week which highlights some incredible autism and sensory freebies that will help you and your child thrive!




What Others are Saying

"You don't know how much I appreciate your weekly autism planner, Dyan and the reminders about chewing...Thank you for putting so much thought into this and sharing your ideas." - a mom of 3 from Canada
"I love the information you put out, and find at times when I myself have hit a road block your ideas on different topics are refreshing and get me thinking!" - a Behavior Specialist Consultant
"I just wanted to say I've just stumbled across your blog and am loving it. My son is in the process of being diagnosed with autism at the moment so I'm just learning about it all! This weekly email is my favourite, I click on a link and end up in a rabbit hole of activities and information - I love it." - a mom of 1 from Australia
"I really appreciate the resources you are sharing! I teach preschoolers with special needs and your resources are expanding my practices. Thank you for all the effort and time you put in to help others like me." - a preschool teacher
"I want to thank you for all of your emails...I have to say that when I have looked and looked to try and find new, meaningful and skill building activities for days on end and found nothing, receiving one of your emails is like a breath of fresh air to a jaded brain, lol! Please keep up the excellent work." - a special needs camp and youth respite director
"Your information is very valuable for many children on and off the spectrum. Thank you for your dedication to all our children who need that "extra key" to unlock their world. I sincerely appreciate your sharing and organization for mothers who have so little time and are filled with daily doubt that they are doing "enough." Thank you!" - a grandmother
"I cannot tell you how much your blog has changed my life, personally and professionally." - a school social worker and a mom of an autistic son

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Free printable weekly autism planner for parents

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