76: Erin Randall Key, Neurodiversity

Erin Randall Key is a world traveler, singer, songwriter, poet, and author. She is a busy wife and homeschool mother of three, which is a challenge for anyone, but especially for someone who has been diagnosed with autism and whose children are also considered neurodiverse. Join Erin and Kit for an eye-opening look at life in a neurodiverse community, on this week’s episode of Now I See.

Manna for Life’s Journey, Erin Randall Key: Amazon 

Differently Wired, by Deborah Reber: Amazon 

Untwisting Scriptures, Rebecca Davis: Amazon 

Be Kind to Yourself, Andrew Petersonhttps://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=andrew+peterson+be+kind+to+yourself

Recovering Grace Website:https://www.recoveringgrace.org/

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