Autism · Grace · Homemaking · Homeschooling · Parenting

Invite Shawna Wingert To Speak At Your Next Women’s Event

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When I was in first grade, my teacher called me “chatty fox”.

She wasn’t wrong. I am a chatty fox. In fact, I write only because at heart, I am a speaker.

Over the course of this last year, I have been honored to connect in person with other momma’s and churches. I love being able to share all that God has done and continues to do in our lives! (And it is so much fun to actually be able to meet and chat with y’all before and after the events.)

I am typically available for small groups, church events, and conferences. I will happily provide samples of my work and excellent references from past events.

Sample Workshops and Bible Studies:

Fear vs. Faith In Motherhood

Our Scars Tell His Story

Out Of The Box Learning For Out Of The Box Learners

Embracing The Child We Have Been Given: Expectations vs. Reality and How God Uses it All

Please contact us at nottheformerthings@gmail.com for more information.

Speaker Bio:

Shawna Wingert is a grateful wife, a homeschooling momma, an accidental writer, and a passionate speaker. After attending a university teaching program, with an emphasis in Special Education, she began working as a training and development consultant for companies looking to increase productivity while focusing on employee’s strengths and talents.

When her oldest son was in second grade, it became clear that homeschooling was the best option for her family. A year later, he was diagnosed with High Functioning Autism and Generalized Anxiety Disorder, just as she learned that her youngest son was profoundly dyslexic. Both of her sons have genius level IQ’s, but substantial learning differences and delays.

She shares how God continues to bind her wandering heart to Him in her blog, Not The Former Things. She is regularly featured at Simple Homeschool, The Huffington Post, The Mighty, and For Every Mom. She has also had the pleasure of participating in special needs discussions at Today.com and Autism Speaks.

Shawna is the author of Everyday Autism, and is currently working on her next book, Special Education at Home.