TEACH KIDS ABOUT EMOTIONS... PLAYFULLY!


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What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity refers to variations in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood and other mental functions. Some common forms of neurodivergence include autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, OCD, and more.

How GEN:M Can Help Your Neurodiverse Child

Neurodiverse children often struggle with identifying and expressing their emotions and needs. This can lead to tantrums, a sense of isolation, and a lack of communication with other family members. Gen:M products make thinking, talking and learning about emotions fun for your child! With practice, children as young as age two and three begin to recognize the four different mood-groups we all feel in the average day.


GEN:M is for adults too!

Our Time-In Toolkit and online courses teach parents and guardians to start responding instead of reacting to big emotions and challenging behavior, leading to more connection, learning, and love.

Teach Kids About Emotions

Join hundreds of thousands of parents and educators like you, who are committed to teaching children about their emotions... mindfully and playfully.

Claim your FREE Calming Strategies Cards today, plus a video on how to use time-ins. weekly articles, webinars, deals, and more!


What is Neurodiversity?

Neurodiversity refers to variations in the human brain regarding sociability, learning, attention, mood and other mental functions. Some common forms of neurodivergence include autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, OCD, and more.

How Gen:M Can Help

Gen:M products make thinking, talking and learning about emotions fun for your child! With practice, children as young as age two and three begin to recognize the four different mood-groups we all feel in the average day.

Our online courses teach parents and guardians to start responding instead of reacting to big emotions and challenging behavior, leading to more connection, learning, and love.