Lynette Louise has a tireless love of people, regardless of their race, gender, culture, ability, sexual orientation, or financial situation. Lynette visits and helps people around the globe who are from every walk of life. Sometimes she works in a mansion, sometimes she works in a one-room hut with no electricity, but always she works playfully, deeply, and with a love and understanding for every person in every situation.
Because her tools for helping people balance their brains and live healthy, happy lives are effective in every environment, she has created a docu-series that shows and teaches the world how to help themselves. Unlike most health workers, her desire is to give away her knowledge so that she can stop working and play, instead, with her own family!
FIX IT IN FIVE with LYNETTE LOUISE aka THE BRAIN BROAD: Five families, five countries, five brain dysfunctions, five days
Season One: Uganda of Fix it in Five is now available for rent or purchase digitally. Season two: USA is almost completely edited and will air on The Autism Channel early next year. Season Three: Israel has been filmed and will be edited by the end of next year. Lynette Louise hopes that by the time all five seasons are complete she’ll have shown the world how to connect, grow healthy, and gain skills regardless of their personal environments and histories.
Lynette’s unique ability to understand behavior, the brain, and personal challenges mixed with her playful nature and performance skills, put her in a position to truly help via writing, video, personal consultations, intimate work in the home, music, comedy, and professional speaking. A position she has accepted with love, grace, and a global vision.
Lynette Louise aka The Brain Broad is an international mental health and parenting expert, specializing in autism. She is a speaker, author, performer, popular podcast host, neurofeedback & autism expert, and creator/host/therapist for the international reality series FIX IT IN FIVE with LYNETTE LOUISE aka THE BRAIN BROAD, now showing on The Autism Channel.
Her one woman show, Crazy to Sane, about mental health and abuse, invites laughter, learning, and toe tapping fun globally FREE every year in April (Autism Awareness Month). She is also the single mother of eight now grown children; Six were adopted and four were on the autism spectrum. Only one of her sons retains his label and remains dependent. She hosts the popular podcast A New Spin on Autism: Answers! and her latest radio show, The Brain Broad Builds a Brain, highlights challenges such as sleep disorders, Parkinson’s, depression, brain tumors, autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and more. It’s a fun way to talk brain science for folks who are hoping to have a hand in healing themselves.