Being an autism parent isn't easy. On the outside, it looks as if we are the masters of multitasking. But the everyday routines of the autism parent aren't for the faint of heart.  Whether you're dealing with a meltdown or two, found yourself struggling with IEP meetings, or keeping a cautious eye on your kid because your child will break away from you and run without a moment's notice., We understand what you're going through.

It's one of the things that some of us parents find difficult to talk about. Many parents express moments of loneliness, exhaustion and increased stress. It is not uncommon for autism parents to dive into periods of sadness, depression or social isolation.


As a special needs parent, I understand the need to break away for a moment and regain my composure. It may not hit me everyday, but there are times when I feel like I'm strapped into an emotional rollercoaster. If you've ever felt this way, I want to let all of you know that you are not alone. Help is on the way.

Jetpulse Studios has teamed up with Lisa Cappiello. Lisa is a licensed teacher and learning specialist, certified meditation instructor, internationally published writer/editor & trained life coach. Serving New York City for over two decades, Lisa is a multi-passionate person who strives to help and inspire others by sharing the tools that helped to transform her life. 


Latest Video

Five Deep Breaths.

In her latest video, Lisa provides soothing breathing tips for those who are always on the go. As the pace of everyday life starts to increase, Lisa helps us to regain our focus.


Take Time to Breathe.

Lisa offers a new breathing technique to help you slow things down.  This is a great exercise that you can do anywhere when you need to calm yourself from the chaos in your everyday lives. 


Tracing your fingers.

Lisa  share another relaxing, Meditative exercise that's great for both parents and children. Add this breathing technique into your daily routine

I Know That I'm Breathing In.

Lisa teaches us how to be calm and be present  with a new breathing technique.  Try this exercise if you need to calm yourself  and regain control from your busy day. 

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