Best Cerebralpalsy podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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A collection of knowledge and insights from brilliant clinicians in the field of neuromotor development and childhood disability to inspire, motivate and provide you with the tools to help the amazing kids you treat develop their potential www.wiredondevelopment.com
 
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We talk about multi-disciplinary and we talk about being wholistic therapists that see the whole child, but Dr Mary Massery lives and breathes these concepts (excuse the pun). Mary Massery is probably most well know for her soda pop can theory of postural stability and in our interview I was expecting to focus on breathing and core - and we did ...…
 
I’ve been interviewing amazing clinicians for well over a year now, and therapists often reach out to me and make suggestions about who they think is worthy of an interview. Susan Blum has been recommended more than most, and if you haven’t at least heard her name mentioned alongside TMR tots & teens, I’m thinking you’re probably a wee bit isol ...…
 
Oren Steinberg is the founder and chairperson of Sensory Treat, a revolutionary programme that supports therapists and parents to work together in creating home exercise programmes for children with sensory processing difficulties. Oren comes from a background of tech, currently working for a healthcare and technology company on a mission to ma ...…
 
Esther is a physiotherapist from the Netherlands whose passion and energy for all things related to pediatrics is stunning. Maybe best know for her work in elastic therapeutic taping she is also keenly interested in Bindegewebsmassage (German CTM method) and scoliosis management.As past chair of IOPTP (International Organisation of Physical The ...…
 
Daniel Simonds lives in Florida and is a huge Disney fan. He was born with Cerebral Palsy and uses a motorized wheelchair to get around. He has a special app on his iPad that lets him communicate. He went to Winter Haven High School and Warner University. Currently he volunteers at Give Kids the World, a non profit group that provides a fun and ...…
 
Today's guest is Dr. Cylie Williams.Cylie is a podiatrist and a senior research fellow at Monash University’s school of physiotherapy. Besides being an active clinician, she has been involved in a wide range of interesting research from whole body vibration therapy to developing clinical decision-making tools in cerebral palsy. She is passionat ...…
 
Cole is a physical therapists, a professor, a researcher, an innovator, a designer and a neuroscientist with a post doc in developmental psychology. He is changing the world of rehabilitation using enriched environments for brain neuroplasticity and he is on a mission to make technology not only functional, but beautiful and affordable. Get the ...…
 
Pia Stampe is a physical therapist who earned her doctor of Physical Therapy degree in the US and her undergrad degree from Denmark. This has given her a unique set of skills that, under the mentorship of Dr Karen Pape, she has used to develop a systematic and considered approach to delivering an intensive therapy model that is showing spectacu ...…
 
Nancy Hylton is one of the most influential physical therapists in the world of dynamic orthotics. She has been key in bringing us both SPIO compression garments and Cascade dynamic foot orthoses. She is a brilliant example of a therapist whose clinical skills and intuitive analysis of movement has directed her interventions and paved the way f ...…
 
Ginny Paleg, PT, MPT, PScPT is a physical therapist who is a master at making research applicable and meaningful in clinical practice. Ginny's published papers are key resources for anyone wanting to answer questions on the whys, whats, how often and how much with gait trainers, standing frames, powered mobility and compression garments - and w ...…
 
Dr Brian Hoare is an occupational therapist from Australia, probably known best for his contributions to the field of CIMT and bimanual training in children with unilateral cerebral palsy. At the time of this interview, he had more than 34 publications (including 2 Cochrane Reviews and an RCT) under his belt AND some cutting-edge research under ...…
 
Today we’re talking about going to Walt Disney World in a wheelchair. I’m not in a chair but my daughter is and I’ve spent many a day pushing her WDW packing in all the fun we could possibly handle. We also have experience with an ECV that my mother has used on our past two trips. I’m going to share with you 5 or more top tips for making your t ...…
 
When Adam Gorlitsky, then a 19-year-old college student, awoke from a horrific car accident after falling asleep at the wheel, he was told he would never walk again. The seasoned athlete, who was once celebrated for running a mile in under five minutes, was completely devastated by the news. The thought of not walking again was crushing and a r ...…
 
From craniosacral therapy to biomechanics and neurobiology, attachment theory, neurodevelopment, sensory integration, mental health, and trauma. Kim Barthel is eclectic, grounded and everything in between. She is an OT, an author, a teacher and a visionary. Kim has worked with the World Health Organization and consulted at government level on p ...…
 
Today I give you an accessibility report from Pandora - The World of Avatar. I share how to beat the heat and the crowds and give you a look inside the Satu’li Canteen and my experience with mobile ordering. I take you on the Na’vi River Journey and spend some time with the cast members in charge of helping with transfers. I then head over to F ...…
 
Dan Boyle is the dad of two children with special needs. Wheelchairs, life support, autism spectrum disorders… he’s one of those parents that just blows me away! I think I said “wow” at least 50 times during the interview. Dan is also a runner and I’m going to call him the “runDisney with Special Needs” expert. He and his daughter have been run ...…
 
Today we’re talking with Lou Mongello. Lou hosts WDW Radio, the award winning Disney podcast dedicated to celebrating the magic of Walt Disney World. To say he’s a Disney expert is an understatement. Lou is a mentor and friend of mine and I wanted to have him on the show as soon as possible because he probably talks to more people about Disney ...…
 
Vanessa Prince writes runDisney articles (among others) for the WDW Radio blog. You met Vanessa’s son Andrew on the show last week. She’s been taking her family to Disney parks and on the cruise line all around the world for many many years and she’s a pro at how to travel with a family member in a wheelchair. Besides making me aware that you c ...…
 
Andrew Prince writes the Disney on Wheels column for the WDW Radio blog. He’s an 19 year old Disney fan who’s been going to the parks, traveling on the cruise line, going to D23 expos, and rolling in runDisney events for many years. During our interview, Andrew shared with me some of the common questions he gets for his blog, how his Disney exp ...…
 
Amy Schinner wrote the book Mouse Ears for Everyone: A Guide to Walt Disney World for Guests with Special Needs. She was raised to be a Disney kid. She worked for Disney. BUT, she never loved it all as much as when she started to see it through her kid's eyes. Her son Ben is on the Autism Spectrum. He loves the movies and music, but when he vis ...…
 
Hey everybody! Welcome to the first episode of the DizNeeds podcast, my name is Danny Ozment and I’m your host for the podcast dedicated to helping you have the best time possible when traveling to Disney parks and resorts and on Disney Cruise Line with special needs. I’m so excited to be with you today! My goal with this podcast is to help Dis ...…
 
Jo-Anne has worked as a paediatric physiotherapist in South Africa, America, New Zealand and Canada - in hospitals, early intervention, schools and private practice. Her clinical knowledge is multifaceted and she has a life long love of hands-on learning, but her specialty is Cuevas MEDEK Exercises. Listen to the interview to find out more abou ...…
 
Karen Pape,MD, is a neonatologist and clinical neuroscientist who knows about neuroplasticity and is excited about what we can do as pediatric therapists. She is challenging the common belief that cerebral palsy and brain injuries do not recover and inviting us as pediatric therapists, parents and people living with cerebral palsy to not accept ...…
 
Judy Carmick, MA, PT is a physical therapist that excels at weaving together the philosophies and approaches that form the bases of pediatric neuromotor rehabilitation - even ones that seemingly conflict like Brunnström and Bobath!But she doesn't stop there, she has taken their teachings, mixed in with the current literature and applied it with ...…
 
If you want to be an effective pediatric therapist, start here. Shelley Mannell from Heartspace PT brings a wealth of wisdom and analytical brilliance to addressing the underlying components of therapy that make everything else work better. She addresses not only what our kiddos need to improve their dynamic core and function, but what we can d ...…
 
Liesa is a pediatric physical therapist who is leading the field in treating idiopathic toe-walking. Liesa gives us some amusingly honest insights into how she developed her skills and knowledge as well where you can go to start or progress your own clinical expertise in this area. Jam packed with advice and actionable tips for treating and ass ...…
 
Beverly Cusick, better known as Billi, is the inventor of TheraTogs and a leader in the management of equinis deformities in children with cerebral palsy. What are her thoughts on Bobath and NDT? What do you need to do to improve your problem solving skills? Pop some headphones on and enjoy listening and learning from this straight talking, no ...…
 
It’s a funny world, this disability world. Nobody really wants a ticket in, but once you get there, there are hidden treasures to be found. That’s the lot of the paediatric therapist – the privilege of being immersed in the lives of the most fantastic families and learning from them how to grab life and live well no matter what. The Steptember ...…
 
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