Best Asd podcasts we could find (Updated January 2019)
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This podcast is aimed at discussing real-life experiences, ramifications, and lessons learned from a life with Aspergers. Contribute your experiences at: aspiecast@gmail.com
 
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Helping Parents Teach Toddlers To Understand and Use Language
 
Latest medical news and features from Medscape Nurses
 
Latest medical news and features from Medscape Infectious Disease
 
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Celebrate Calm
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Have a strong-willed child who doesn't respond to consequences, argues like an attorney, and refuses to do things your way? Good! You're in the right place. Celebrate Calm Founder Kirk Martin has given over 600,000 parents and teachers around the world practical, life-changing strategies to stop power struggles, yelling, and defiance NOW.Based on work with 1,500 challenging kids (many with AD/HD, OCD, ODD, Aspergers, etc.) in his home, and years spent in classrooms, Kirk's approach is refres ...
 
Healthcare professionals explore ways to improve the health of individuals, families and communities through prevention, detection and healthy lifestyle.
 
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Them Aspergers
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Two people, one has been diagnosed for 6 plus years and the other is awaiting diagnosis. They talk about life on the spectrum and the things everyone with Aspergers deal with on a regular basis.
 
On the Alpha Geek Podcast, Andrew Ramsden speaks with leaders in digital and technology—whether that be CIOs, CTOs, CDOs, Executives, Managers, Tech leads, or influencers within a technical field. Conversation centres around their leadership journeys, challenges, successes and what they’ve learned along the way. Andrew’s mission is to deconstruct how they do what they do and get them to reveal the tips, tricks, and philosophies behind their leadership success.
 
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Mind Matters
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The Mind Matters podcast features discussions with leaders in the fields of psychology, education, and beyond, with an emphasis on gifted/talented and 2e (twice-exceptional) children and adults. Mind Matters explores parenting, counseling techniques, and best practices for enriching the lives of high-ability people.
 
Autism is not all gloom and doom. A weekly podcast about the lighter side of living with Autism. The Autastic Podcast is hosted by Graham Kay and Kirk Smith who are both comedians living in Los Angeles. Kirk has a teenaged son with Autism and Graham has an autistic adult brother. Together they talk about the lighter side of living with and coping with autism.
 
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All Autism Talk
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"Connecting the Autism Community One Podcast at a Time" Our podcast offers a friendly conversation with inspiring individuals in the autism community. Our aim is to provide valuable insights and information as well as access to support in communities throughout the United States. Join us! Know an inspiring group or individual we should talk to? We would love to hear from you at moreinfo@autismtherapies.com
 
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Talking With Tech
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Join Rachel Madel, Lucas Steuber, and Chris Bugaj as they discuss, demystify, and crack jokes about educational technology and Augmentative and Alternative Communication!
 
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KSKA Metro News
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Get in-depth news from the Anchorage, Alaska metro area each week from KSKA Public Radio's local reporters: Len Anderson (Anchorage) and Ellen Lockyer (Mat-Su Borough). Learn more at KSKA.ORG.
 
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The poor with Autism are underserved. Also Peter starts his new job. Kirk gets hit on his bike.
 
This week we talk about what its like being in a relationship with someone who has ASD based on our own experience.
 
Yeah, I know we all want the same thing: kids who are responsible, respectful and become good citizens. I’m going to share a very powerful secret that will get your kids to actually step up and be responsible for themselves. It will eliminate so many of the power struggles. This is inspiring! Want to stop yelling and micromanaging so your kids ...…
 
This week Jill Escher interviews Jonah Zimiles from Words books store and interview NY Times columnist Judith Newman who wrote To Siri with Love.
 
Amy Weinstock is offering a free parent workshop on January 31, 2019 in partnership with Advances Learning Center in Wilmington, MA. More information here or email: information@advancesonline.com Amy Weinstock is the Director of the Autism Insurance Resource Center at the University of Massachusetts Medical School’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver Cente ...…
 
Hardly a day goes by that journalism is not disparaged with charges of ‘fake news’ and ‘lies.’ How should a citizen weigh that complaint? Some background can help. The work of journalism actually is protected in the U.S. Constitution. Here are the words of the very short First Amendment from the Bill of Rights, aimed at protecting civil liberti ...…
 
Artist Dwayne “Dwayno Insano” Manuel painting at the Anchorage Museum. (Hillman/Alaska Public Media) There are flutterings of a small movement taking wing in Alaska to change the state bird from willow ptarmigan to raven. Supporters say the raven is a better fit to represent Alaskans. Among positive attributes they cite are the raven’s adaptabi ...…
 
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she discusses ways to cue toddlers as they learn new speech sounds. This information is from my therapy mnaual FUNctional Phonology.
 
A longtime Anchorage homicide detective, Slawomir Markiewicz, recently retired after three decades on the force. As detective sergeant of the Anchorage Police Department’s homicide unit, Markowitz was a familiar face and voice in news stories about Anchorage murders. Now-retired Sgt. Markowitz spoke to Alaska Public Media’s Casey Grove. Retired ...…
 
This week we talk about some of the big changes happening to us and why our ASD doesn't handle it all that well.
 
The Alaska Innocence Project (AKIP) is an Alaska-based non-profit corporation that provides legal, educational, and charitable services to identify and exonerate individuals who have been wrongfully convicted in the state of Alaska, and to provide educational opportunities that foster a culture that champions the defense of the innocent. AKIP b ...…
 
An Alaska credit union wants to offer banking services to businesses in the state’s legal cannabis industry. Based in Anchorage, Credit Union 1 is starting a pilot program to learn more, and Credit Union 1 CEO James Wileman talked with Alaska Public Media’s Casey Grove about the program. Grove: Why does Credit Union 1 want to get into providing ...…
 
Never afraid to bump up against some of psychology’s doctrines, Scott Barry Kaufman joins us for a discussion about how we evaluate gifted people. We talk about the role of IQ in that evaluation, and he reveals details of his personal journey as told in his book, Ungifted: Intelligence Redefined. About the guest - Scott Barry Kaufman is a Psych ...…
 
You have a strong-willed child who automatically resists you at every turn, chooses the harder path, and won’t do things the way you want them to be done. Kirk gives you 5 ways to get your kids to do homework, get ready in the morning, apologize, do chores, and more in this important podcast. Want Kirk to speak at your school or church in 2019? ...…
 
Former Alaska Gov. Bill Sheffield visits the Elmo Sackett studios and Alaska Public Media in December of 2017. Standing next to Sackett’s portrait, Sheffield said, “I gave him some of the money to build this place.” (Casey Grove/Alaska Public Media photo) Former Alaska Gov. Bill Sheffield has a book out. It’s called “Bill Sheffield: A memoir fr ...…
 
This week we try and scratch the surface on what it is like beint AS in an NT world?
 
Sometimes the Anchorage Folk Fest leads to music jams around town, like this one at the Bear Tooth Theatre in 2016. (Photo courtesy Anchorage Folk Festival) Is it possible? Could the Anchorage Folk Festival really be 30 years old this year? That means my daughter was born the year the festival started. Now that’s a sobering thought! And reason ...…
 
You had children. Why? What were your expectations? I bet life has turned out very different than you have envisioned it. That can either cause you to resent your strong-willed child or break generational patterns so your kids don’t struggle with the same issues. So let’s reframe what we really want so we can have curious, confident kids. Want ...…
 
Peter movie reviews, he reviews Bumblebee the movie. And JJ watches videos of Dad wrestling him.
 
This week we talk about anger and Aspergers, as requested by a listener
 
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com as we discuss what to do when a toddler does not imitate words consistently. This is a very common problem with late talkers, and the solution is always the same, but a little counterintuitive. Instead of teaching them something new, we actually have to BA ...…
 
Peter has a seizure and A young man becomes a hero by helping the homeless.
 
Molly Ola Pinney is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Global Autism Project, a nonprofit organization that increases the capacity of local individuals working with children with autism worldwide. The Global Autism Project has grown to an organization that has served ten countries so far and is well on its way to achieving its goal ...…
 
We talk about the possibilities of why ASD changes with age.
 
Stop Power Struggles With Strong-Willed KidsDo you need your children to behave, precisely because you cannot control yourself if they don’t? If your child is in a bad mood, does this change your mood? In this short podcast, Kirk shows you how to control yourself instead of controlling your child. Get more information about our DVD & Workbook w ...…
 
The Alaska Constitution flowed through many conversations during our last election on Nov. 6, 2018. For its last edition for 2018, Justice Alaska on Hometown Alaska takes a look at that document. Matt Peterson, an Anchorage attorney, recently presented an historical perspective to the Soldotna Rotary, emphasizing management problems under the t ...…
 
Blood on snow at the scene of a double homicide in Anchorage. (Casey Grove/Alaska Public Media photo) Two men killed each other on a West Anchorage side street Sunday in what police said was supposed to be the sale of a gun from one to the other. According to a written statement from Anchorage police, the men met in a pickup on West 29th Avenue ...…
 
Q:A: Hubby On Board? Rude or Anxious Kids.“My son has had an attitude lately. How can we change that?” Kirk gives you an entirely different way to frame this. “How can I get my hubby on board?” Kirk gives you four different scripts and one blunt approach. “How can we get our daughter to try new things?” Listen in as Kirk shares more great insig ...…
 
Its the Christmas episode, we talk about whats its like this time of yeah for us on the spectrum.
 
The federal government has paid an Anchorage woman more than $20 million after a bad diagnosis led to the amputation of her arms and legs. Staff at Alaska Native Medical Center in 2011 thought the woman had shingles, when she actually had a worsening skin infection and was in the early stages of sepsis. They sent her home, but several days late ...…
 
Book jacket for Linda Schandelmeier’s new book, “Coming Out of Nowhere, Alaska Homestead Poems.” She stands in front of her family’s new 1959 Chevy station wagon purchased with some of the receipts from selling part of the homestead. Her family—parents Nell and John, sister Jeanette, brother John and Linda—”proved up” on 160 acres of land just ...…
 
We are proud to welcome Dr. Hanna Rue to AllAutismTalk for a monthly, in-depth conversation about the latest research and treatment options for individuals on the autism spectrum. Dr. Hanna C. Rue is Head of Clinical Development for AST. She oversees clinical standards and assists in the design and implementation of numerous research projects a ...…
 
This week we follow on from last week with some more common misconceptions about ASD
 
Kirk explains why your kids get along better with adults, younger kids, and/or animals…but struggle with peers. Should you be concerned? Should your child see a counselor for this? His answer may surprise you. Not for the faint of heart so be ready to change yourself instead of your child! Want Kirk to bring this same life-changing advice to yo ...…
 
A display of letters from the Alaska Jewish Museum. Hometown Alaska‘s next program is on the second day of Hannakuh, running from Dec. 2-10. This seemed a great opportunity to invite creators of the Alaska Jewish Museum onto the show to offer the history of the museum and how it began in Anchorage, as well as to share historical and contemporar ...…
 
This week we highlight http://www.benjaminshope.net
 
Stop Trying to Fix Your Kids—Train Their BrainsHave kids who forget to turn in homework, feel "dumb," get overwhelmed, blurt out, or struggle in school? Society will crush your child’s spirit and destroy their confidence. So you must teach your kids that their brains are different (even advantageous) and that there is nothing wrong with them. K ...…
 
This week we are scratching the surface on some of the misconceptions that are thought about ASD.
 
This image is used with Creative Commons permission from Wikimedia Commons. The photo was taken by Dietmar Rabich. Dietmar Rabich / Wikimedia Commons / “Brügge (B), St.-Salvator-Kathedrale — 2018 — 8562” / CC BY-SA 4.0 The end of the year, with the traditional Thanksgiving holiday and the coming seasonal and religious gatherings, often gives us ...…
 
For 65 years, the National Association for Gifted Children has been holding an annual conference to help provide guidance and learning opportunities for attendees. Mind Matters now gives you a peek behind the curtain at this year’s event, held November 15-18, 2019. In this episode we bring you interviews and sound from the professionals who pre ...…
 
There have been more court filings this week against 34-year-old Anchorage resident Justin Schneider, who received a plea agreement earlier this fall for what many people thought amounted to a sexual assault. But this time the filings aren’t criminal charges. Instead, Schneider is the defendant in a civil lawsuit brought by the woman he attacke ...…
 
No topic this week, instead Scarlett & Nicki reflect on the Aspergers and events of the week
 
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of teachmetotalk.com as we discuss speech intelligibility in toddlers including what's normal, red flags that indicate a toddler's speech issues need intervention, diagnoses related to decreased speech intelligibility, and six priority patterns to target to improve a young chi ...…
 
The backlog of unsubmitted rape kits—acquired during police investigations—is in the news. Recent reports point to a November 2017 state inventory of 3,484 kits. The Alaska State Troopers report 764; the Alaska Police Department reports the largest number, at 1,823. Others come from many jurisdictions around the state. The kits are acquired dur ...…
 
Does meditation work ? Also we discuss Graham Kay's modeling career. What??
 
De-Escalate & Discipline A Defiant Child: My Best Podcast EverThis 30-minute podcast will change how you handle meltdowns, yelling, and discipline in your home. Ever feel helpless when your kids are out of control or defiant? So do your kids. So learn how to break these negative cycles, lead your child to calm, and show him/her how to deal with ...…
 
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