Hey parents! It has been a while since my last post. But I promise you my son and I have been working on something absolutely awesome for you all. I am currently working on my first online course for the Super Mom Academy, “Parenting Through Entrepreneurship”. My son is simultaneously launching his consultations (classes) in animation development. I will be using the results from his business in the course I will be offering this summer for parents. but more on that later.
If you are new to my blog, my name is Tiffany Simpson and I am a parenting coach and Super Mom to an amazing 12 year old animation developer with autism. My journey as Super Mom began a few years ago when my son was diagnosed with autism. it was during this challenge that I thought myself to create computer games and mobile apps to help him overcome challenges with is speech and social skills. The results were amazing. If you want to learn more about our journey, please visit my about page.
Today, my son Jayden Simpson has his own business in animation development. He has produced his first animation development course and is now launching his one on one consultations.
So for the next 30 days, he doing free animation development classes everyday on Zoom, with children ages 8 – 16. He will be creating Stick Figure animations. Attendees get to decide what animations he would create during the 30 minute session. Who ever idea is used for the 30 min session, gets a FREE one on one consultation session with him, where he helps them to bring their idea to life. Here is one of the sessions he did recently with a group.
Thanks again for stopping by. Please do check out my son’s giveaway page (click the red button above). If you or anyone you know have children in the age range and are interested in signing up, please feel free to join. He would love the support.
In my next blog post, I will give more details of my upcoming course and an update on my son’s consultation business.
Have you ever thought of entrepreneurship as a tool for parenting? If so, or not, let me know in the comments below. Would love to hear your views about this parenting style. Talk to you again next week.