My Brain is a Race Car: A children’s guide to a neuro-divergent brain Paperback

$20.00

A story to help understanding a neurodivergent brain.
Created and inspired by my daughters ADHD diagnosis, I wanted to gift her a book that help explained her brain’s processes and needs. No big words or acronyms that result in ‘what does that mean’ and bring the child out of the story.

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A story to help understanding a neurodivergent brain.
Created and inspired by my daughters ADHD diagnosis, I wanted to gift her a book that help explained her brain’s processes and needs. No big words or acronyms that result in ‘what does that mean’ and bring the child out of the story.

“Brains are just like cars, they all drive round and round a track, picking up information and then bringing it back. Some brains are Race Cars that like to drive extra fast. Sometimes though, they forget to sop and fully complete a task.’
But driving cars fast all the time and not servicing or maintaining them leads to overheating and burnout.
We can apply that same logic to our brains.

I am so proud of this book, and sharing with friends I have been told the same principles talked about in this book apply to their children who are on the spectrum.

What this book is:
An explanation of common traits in a neurodivergent brain
Giving SELF regulation tools to the child to use themselves to assist with the plan and treatment around them
A book to open conversation between you and the child about their individual selves and why you both do what you do to manage and assist and uplift.

What this book is not:
Going to explain treatment or management approaches as that is an individual or tailored experience.
Going to specify traits in detail as once again it is again so individual.