Real Hope and Practical Help for Parents and Caregivers of People with Hidden Disabilities
Deanne Riedke - Hope and Help

Parents, Caregivers and Dream Makers!

Make a Plan, Take Action, Get Results

  • View your current circumstances with renewed understanding.
  • Make commitments to yourself for yourself.
  • Focus on your current strengths and find some you never knew you had.
  • Discover what you want and how to make it happen.
  • Learn new skills and strategies to help with unwanted/unforeseen change or circumstances.
  • Explore your relationships…and your options.
  • Parent with confidence.
  • Care for yourself while caring for others.
  • Create tools to lessen stress and overwhelm.
  • Make your dreams a reality.
  • Find your passion!


We all need someone to lean on from time to time to share our secrets and our fears with. A coach can be the confidant, motivator and accountability partner you are looking for! 



If your life doesn’t fit who you’ve become but you're unsure of how to make positive changes so you can move forward with confidence, together we’ll explore why and develop an action plan to get you there! 



Are you overwhelmed and struggling with high stress parenting, caregiver burnout or compassion fatigue? As your Life Coach, I offer hope and help for your most challenging issues.



Born from the need to raise awareness to and prevent parental and caregiver burnout, The Frazzled Mom is centered around self-care. We focus on what you need to be healthy and complete.



There were so many occasions that I had wished that the ground would just open up and swallow me whole. As a result of the chronic stress, worry, advocating, research, and just generally being on alert 24/7 I became ill. Eventually it became hard to keep regular employment, my marriage was rocky at best and bills continued to pile up. My son was not alone in receiving diagnosis after diagnosis. Chronic Fatigue, Fibromyalgia, and memory deficits topped my list. I even visited a neurologist who told me "It's stress. Don't multitask." How you say that to any mother let alone one who has a child with disabilities is beyond me...