Inspiring Kids
- Helping children develop self acceptance and manage big emotions.

There are many reasons why you home school your children. You may have taken them out of school due to bullying or they just didn’t fit into the standard one size fits all education system.
They maybe neurodivergent, have learning differences, a disability or for religious reasons.
But two things are crucial – how they feel about themselves and how they navigate the world around them.
That’s where Inspiring Kids can really help.
As the only program that teaches self-acceptance and social and emotional learning for the home-schooling community, Inspiring Kids can be an important addition to your education resources and make a big difference to your child’s life.
And yes it comes with a whole family licence and can be claimed through the NDIS. Scroll down to read more.

One simple and fun program to help your kids:

 Learn how to manage big emotions like anger and anxiety.
Notice and turn around unhelpful thoughts.
To be OK with who they are.
Be kinder and less harsh on themselves.
Believe in themselves and their abilities.
Be braver and more confident in the world.
“My client is using your program with her three littlies and loving it!”
– Miranda Watkins, CEO of Evolve Wellbeing | Psychologist
“It’s good to have a program for schools and homeschoolers to access because as right now there is almost nothing on acceptance.”
– Ruth Smith, Home schooling mum
“Soph keeps asking to do the next module and loves the humour!” 
– Megs Collins, Home schooling mum
“I’ve logged in and had a look now and it looks really great! My 8 yo will be very keen to draw someone on the toilet, in fact I may not ever get her past that point because she’ll think it’s wonderful!”
– Sara Foster, Home schooling mum

Inspiring Kids is the only program to teach unique kids like yours, that they are amazing the way they are and how to begin to navigate a complex world.


What is the Inspiring Kids Home Program? 

Inspiring Kids Home Program is a series of 27 kid friendly fun videos, matched with activities and conversation starters. 

The videos are short, fun to watch and the activities super easy. You’re done in a few minutes.  

Follow the Video By Video Parent Guide or watch each video on demand to help with any issue that arises – Anger, anxiety, self esteem etc. 

Not only does Inspiring Kids tick off social and emotional learning, it also covers English, writing, art and creative expression. 

Inspiring Kids can also be part of a homeschooling curriculum to build important social and emotional skills. 


Program Overview

  • Even Cool Kids Have to Poo (3:27) + Drawing activity.
  • It’s Ok to be Different (3:27) + Conversation starter.
  • No-one Is Perfect (4:40) + Drawing activity.
  • Every ‘body’ is just fine the way they are (3:14) + Self-reflection activity.
  • Being You Is Enough (3:36) + self-reflection activity.
  • Knowing Your Thoughts (5:41) + Breathing Exercise.
  • How to Change Your Thoughts (4:18) + Drawing or writing exercise.
  • Making Friends With Yourself (3:18) + Conversation starter and writing exercise.
  • When You Feel All Alone (3:48) + Conversation starter and simple writing exercise.
  • Power of daydreaming and imagination (6:37) + Drawing activity.
  • Mistakes can be magnificent (3:52) Conversation starter and simple writing exercise.
  • Failing can be fantastic (5:42) + Conversation starter.
  • Problems don’t have to be…. Problems! (5:32) + Conversation starter.
  • How to avoid overthinking (4:51) + simple writing exercise.
  • How to be brave (5:57) + simple writing exercise.
  • You are Important to the world (3:49) no activity.
  • We all have feelings (3:48) Conversation starter and simple writing exercise.
  • When we feel sad (5:01) Simple self-awareness activity.
  • When we feel angry (6:24) + Drawing activity.
  • When we feel anxious (4:53) + Drawing or writing exercise.
  • The power of gratitude (4:25) + writing exercise.
  • Discover your wildly kind power (1:55) Simple awareness activity.
  • Being Wildly Kind to people (5:25) + Conversation starter.
  • Real reason not to be mean (Don’t bully people) (3:48) no activity.
  • Being Wildly Kind to Animals (2:45) + Drawing or writing exercise.
  • Being Wildly kind to the planet (6:11) + Conversation starter.
  • Real power of being Wildly Kind (3:36) + Self-reflection exercise.
  • Bonus blooper reel!

Inspiring Kids Kids Sample Video

Membership to Inspiring Kids includes:

  • Unlimited access to all videos (value $200)
  • Activity sheets and lesson summaries (value $50)
  • 21 conversation starters and deep conversations guide (value $25)
  • Video by video parent guide (value $67)
  • Whole family license

What parents and kids are saying

Inspiring Kids is endorsed by Australia's most popular Home Education organisations

For members of the Home Education Network, log into your account and head to HERE to get a discount.

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Inspiring Kids Home Edition can be funded through NDIS if you’re plan or self managed under Capacity Building – Improved Daily Living support category 15 or under Innovative Community Participation from mainstream provider. 
Individual plans might have core funding for social and emotional development. 

YES! I'm ready to start inspiring my child!

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$20 a month for 12 months membership

Unlimited access with whole family license for 12 months. (Total cost $240)

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“We love the program. One of the cool things Daisy said about it was that she really liked hearing stories that sound like her, especially the imagination and daydreaming video” 
– Kitty Black

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I’m Josh Langley

I suffered childhood trauma when I was young, had learning difficulties and failed high school. However I overcame those hurdles to become an award winning children’s author, inspirational speaker and Westfield Local Hero. 

No matter what a child’s situation or diagnosis, I want all kids to know how amazing they are, that they’re important to the world and they have something wonderful to offer. That’s why I’ve developed programs like this one, write my kids books and tour hundreds of Primary Schools talking to students. 

My work is now used by parents, primary schools, child psychologists, speech pathologists and occupational therapists around the world. 

YES! I'm ready to start inspiring my child!

Membership option 1

Membership option 2

$20 a month for 12 months membership

Unlimited access with whole family license for 12 months. (Total cost $240)


A: I don’t get specific, because I want all kids to relate to what I’m saying, I keep things very generalised.

A: Yes definitely. It’s currently being used with a year 4 class at a specialist school in Queensland for kids with Autism.

A: Yes. The messages and activities are still just as relevant and might be even more important for your child to hear.

A: Inspiring Kids program, does contain some basic animation, but nothing that would be considered intense. I’d suggest watching the preview videos to get an idea of what the graphics and animations look like. And no there are no loud noises or sound effects.

A: Yes. Every child will be able to take something away from the course, even if it’s simply being able to notice and manage their thoughts and emotions so they can live a more emotionally balanced life as they grow up.

A: Not as yet. I intend on including closed captions shortly. However, I highlight key messages in bold text on the screen as I talk, so your child can get the key takeaway messages and still do the activities. I’d suggest watching one of the sample videos to see what I mean.


Inspiring Kids is not intended to take the place of professional therapy, counselling or medical treatment. If a parent has any concerns about their child’s wellbeing, they should seek medical treatment from a qualified professional.

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