Feeling lost and misunderstood as a neurodivergent individual? Imagine finding a coach who not only understands your struggles but has lived through them herself. Vida Carey’s journey from teacher to advocate takes an unexpected turn, and her personal revelation will leave you eager to hear more about her unique approach to self-advocacy.
Vida Carey, a neurodivergent coach, draws from her experience as a former teacher and a mother of a child diagnosed with ASD. Her journey into coaching began with witnessing her mom advocate for her sister, which inspired her to level the playing field for neurodivergent individuals. Vida’s deep understanding of the struggles faced by neurodivergent kids in public education led her to specialize in executive function coaching for college students and couples. Her unique perspective, having been diagnosed with autism, ADHD, and OCD herself, allows her to empathize with her clients and offer practical solutions for everyday challenges. Vida’s personal and professional evolution fuels her passion for helping others navigate autonomy and productivity, making her a relatable and insightful guide in the journey of self-advocacy.,Vida Carey’s journey into neurodivergent coaching stems from her unique blend of personal and professional experiences. As a former public school teacher, she witnessed her mother’s relentless advocacy for her sister diagnosed with ASD, igniting a passion to support neurodivergent individuals. Vida’s own late diagnosis of autism, ADHD, and OCD has provided her with profound insights into the challenges faced by her clients. Her expertise in executive function coaching, particularly for college students and couples, is informed by her deep understanding of the transition to autonomy after graduating from a system that often lacks resources for neurodivergent individuals. Vida’s relatable approach, coupled with her firsthand experience, makes her a trusted ally in empowering others to overcome obstacles and thrive in everyday life.
Not every day is a gold star day. So there are days when all you’re going to do is get up and make sure everybody eats, and that’s it. And those days are completely valid. – Vida Carey