Episode 14

Tenesha Williams, Autism, and the importance of second opinions

Published on: 1st April, 2021

Brianna and Jesse are joined by Tenesha Williams, former teen mother, business woman, and mother to an autistic child. She tells us about her journey as a teen parent, as a college age parent, and all the lessons learned and joy she has found raising her youngest son Joshua, who has autism.

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The Young Parents Podcast
One can talk about parenting and one can talk about what it takes to raise a child while still a teenager, the best way to learn and be educated about this subject is to hear from those parents themselves and the experts who are helping them.
About J.A.M.E.S Inc: The product of Alisa Bell-Davis’ insights and experiences, J.A.M.E.S., Inc. (Just About Mothers Excelling in School) was established in 2006 to encourage and support higher educational aspirations among expecting and parenting teens and adolescents (up to age 24). An early parent herself, Ms. Bell-Davis recognized that completion of secondary education alone was unlikely enough to provide young parents with the opportunities they desired for their children.

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