All Kinds of News for January 13, 2021
TechieForLife co-founder and Executive Director Jason Grygla, LCMHC, MA and his wife Debbie Grygla recently launched the podcast Autism & Neurodiversity with three episodes on Friday, January 8th, 2021, The podcast is available on Apple and Google podcast platforms. The weekly podcast will continue to feature relevant insights, discussions with leading experts, and effective tools as a go-to resource for confidently parenting, working with or being neurodiverse.
Drawing on their own experiences professionally and personally, Jason and Debbie desire to offer more help and improve outcomes for those struggling among the neurodiverse community. Jason is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Debbie is a Certified Life Coach through The Life Coach School, but it’s their experiences raising their oldest two adopted boys into adulthood (one with Autism and the other with ADHD) that has really given them a foundation of love and understanding for neurodiversity. “We’ve gone through so many ups and downs, made mistakes, but also learned so much over the years. We’re looking forward to helping others avoid some of the struggles we’ve had and give them the information that can help them parent and navigate things with confidence,” said Debbie Grygla.
Please visit JasonDebbie.com to learn more about their work. Fans of the podcast can contact email@example.com to provide feedback and ideas for the podcast, or to be guests on the show.
TechieForLife (TFL) is a co-ed, residential postsecondary school with a wrap-around career support program in beautiful St. George, Utah. Students with neurodiverse social, emotional, and academic challenges such as autism receive mentoring at TFL so they can build social connections, confidence and independence. Licensed as a vocational school, TFL offers in-house computer tech training, college or trade school help, apprenticeships, internships and job support for individualized paths forward. At TFL, students have a place to belong and support to succeed.