Brain Dysfunctions, Autism, and Cultural Differences
About This Week’s Guest Dr. Lynette Louise
Dr. Lynette Louise (aka The Brain Broad) is an International Brain Change and Behavior expert.
She is a speaker, award-winning author, and filmmaker, performer, recognized humanitarian, neurofeedback & behavior expert, and creator/host/therapist for the international docu-series series FIX IT IN FIVE with LYNETTE LOUISE aka THE BRAIN BROAD, airing on The Autism Channel.
Lynette works hands-on with brain challenged clients and their families both in homes and in institutions around the world.
She is also the single mother of eight now grown children; Six were adopted and four were on the autism spectrum.
Only one of her sons retains his label and remains dependent.
“I not only work with the person, but also with the parents and sometimes the neighborhood as well.”
Her tips on becoming more culturally competent are:
- Travel as much as you can, but not as a tourist. Try to meet local people and interact with them.
- Begin every interaction with a smile 😉
- Ask questions and listen attentively to the answer. Learn something.
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