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Bringing Up Betty is a podcast about the unique experiences that come with raising special needs kids. The podcast is a collection of narrative interviews with parents who are raising children with disabilities, developmental delays, diseases and other challenges.
 
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Helping Parents Teach Toddlers To Understand and Use Language
 
You are "Listening in on LEEP" Forward Pediatric Development Clinic and therapeutic preschool and transitional kindergarten team of experts talking about topics parents and teachers care about. LEEP Forward has experts in the fields of Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Pathology, Social Work, Developmental Therapy and Early Intervention.
 
Nurture provides early childhood professionals and parents of young children a regular dialogue with thought leaders, practitioners, and family members about the most relevant topics in the field. Emphasizing social emotional development, Mark Gardner, LCSW, an early childhood mental health clinician and consultant, discusses important questions and topics with his guests that lie at the intersection of a diverse range of early childhood fields, including infant and early childhood mental he ...
 
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What is the mental health prevention and early intervention impact of two culturally specific practices - the Stick Game and Flower Dance? Virgil Moorehead from Two Feathers Native American Family Services and Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy, professor of Native American Studies at Humboldt State are collaborating to study the impact of cultural pract ...…
 
Positive parenting, positive discipline, and infants and toddlers We know there is no “correct” way to parent, but how do various parenting styles impact our child’s brain development? If there are ways to inherently boost self-regulation skills in a toddler or support a young child’s executive functioning skills, how can we integrate those hab ...…
 
Program proposals are constantly passing through the desks of local school districts. What ones warrant attention over others? In this episode, we sit down with two trainers from the Michigan Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative and talk about early intervention and positive behavior intervention systems. How do school boards pla ...…
 
Deb and Maria welcomed their fellow grad pal, Megan Morales. The SJU (or STJU) alums drank Yellow Tail Red Sangria & paired it with Monterey Jack cheese. Monterey Jack cheese has Spanish roots, since we're going along with the Spanish theme, it's a fiesta! Deb, Maria and Megan discussed grad school life and what they remembered about each other ...…
 
Review for the Alcohol and Drug Counselor Exam • Past 30 Day statistics, According to the 2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, • 6.5% of the population over 12 reported heavy drinking • 9.2% reported illicit drug use • The majority of people who use recreationally will not need treatment • Addiction is characterized by compulsive cravin ...…
 
In Hema Raj Trukenbrod’s interview we discuss: Her background as a sensory specialist How a parent would identify a sensory issue versus a personality quirk The point at which a sensory issue becomes a problem that needs to be addressed Ways sensory issues manifest in children What kinds of specialists are available to help with sensory issues, ...…
 
This week Rachel leads the team in a discussion of AAC for emergent communicators, focusing on early intervention through school-age children. Topics covered include the influence of AAC use on speech and language development, family and peer training, and a spirited debate about when to go high-tech - or not. We'd love to hear your feedback an ...…
 
In this episode, guest Jen Stegall speaks candidly with Mary Susan about the early days surrounding her incredible son, Silas's autism diagnosis. They discuss her son's regression, the lack of sleep, early intervention therapies, AAC devices, and what life is like raising a child with autism as a single mom. Jen is fun, honest, and beautifully ...…
 
Presented by: Anushta Sivanthan, Medical Director, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust @cwpnhs
 
This week the team discusses community accomodations for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder, focusing on specific opportunities that already exist and ideas for more sensory-friendly events as well as community-based communication opportunities. Then Chris speaks with Ellen Winchester and Andrea Gardner - see bios below - on the same topic ...…
 
Appointed by Mayor Ted Wheeler, Danielle Outlaw was sworn in on October 2, 2017 as the 48th Chief of Police for the Portland Police Bureau, the first African-American woman to serve in the position. A champion of community policing, the hiring of Chief Outlaw gives some Portlanders hope that the city will accelerate its commitment to improving ...…
 
Amanda Gordon, registered dietitian, lactation consultant, and pediatric nutrition experts, shares her experience and insight with the youngest of Feed to Succeed's clientele - birth to age 3. Listen in as Betsy interviews Amanda to learn more about why Amanda loves Early Intervention, and how she became interested in working with medically com ...…
 
Screening Review Instructor: Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox, Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery & The Addiction Counselor Exam Review Objectives ~ Review key skills for engagement ~ Discuss factors impacting engagement ~ Define screening ~ Explore how to do a screening ~ Identify types of screening instruments Engagement, Scre ...…
 
In this episode of Ask Concussion Doc with Dr. Cameron Marshall, DC, we discuss the role of acupuncture in concussion management and manual therapy, the SCAT5, and a recent study on exercise therapy highlighting the potential benefits of early intervention of guided physical activity. Follow Complete Concussion Management for more information:h ...…
 
In this episode, we explore the possible dangers as well as the benefits of technology and its impact on mental health. Concerned parents wonder if video games or social media might be having a negative impact on their children’s mental health, while at the same time new innovations in artificial intelligence are potentially allowing us to dete ...…
 
Meet Stephanie Schiff the Executive Director of Connect Us a Denver-based nonprofit, whose mission is to develop skills in young children necessary to becoming socially competent, self-confident, and resilient individuals through physical, creative, and collaborative play in a guided learning environment. Stephanie talks about the importance of ...…
 
Guest contributor, Rachael's personal story about her family and how they deal with Sensory Processing Disorder and Anxiety. • AdoreThem.com/Early-Intervention
 
Early intervention can make a world of difference for children. Catching potential concerns early and addressing them head on can mean a happier, healthier future for your child and the whole family. • AdoreThem.com/Early-Intervention
 
Early intervention can make a world of difference for children. Catching potential concerns early & addressing them head on can mean a happier, healthier future for your child & the whole family. AdoreThem.com/Early-Intervention
 
As a mother of a child with SPD, Sarah has a goal to educate herself & others. Learn more about symptoms, daily struggles, & resources that can help with SPD www.adorethem.com/early-intervention
 
Hear about Kathryn’s experience with her daughter who has SPD, & find out how they are trying to find their new balance between two worlds www.adorethem.com/early-intervention
 
Find out what therapist Genevieve recommends in order to help yourself get through difficult parenting moments www.adorethem.com/early-intervention
 
Chad Scott and Jonathon Tary speak to Australian freelance journalist Angela Shanahan about her speaking journey. Angela writes for leading Australian newspapers including The Australian, The Canberra Times, The Sunday Telegraph, The Age, Sydney Morning Herald, and news magazines The Spectator and Quadrant. Topics of interest include social aff ...…
 
Early intervention is seen as the key to reducing our prison population.A new report's highlighting New Zealand's rising rates of incarceration, even though our crime rates are dropping. It suggests reducing prisoner numbers starts with targeting at-risk children, putting more money into intervention and addressing mental health rather than pou ...…
 
Welcome to the newest episode of the new Sydney Sexual Health Centre podcast! To mark the launch of our new S-Check program for stimulant users at our Centre, we're talking sexualised drug use and early intervention strategies for psychosocial support.This episode features Fiona Magee from St Vincent's Hospital Alcohol and Drug Service and Lisa ...…
 
Doug Hardy sits down with Kristin Overton, the Director of Counseling at Cole Valley Christian Schools. They discuss her beginnings in and passion for counseling, early intervention, the importance of being proactive rather than reactive, and more. Learn more about Cole Valley here.
 
Dana talks to her friend Melissa about the challenge to implement an effective anti-bullying program at her daughter's school. They discuss bullying statistics, the importance of parent involvement and early intervention, and which methods have shown the most positive results.
 
Numerous research studies have found that developmentally appropriate learning gives young children the start they need to thrive at home, in school, and as they grow into adults. Yet, for many families, enriching childcare and preschool are out of reach. Join us as we discuss the lack of access to childcare and early childhood education, the p ...…
 
Speaker(s): Professor Paul Dolan | Loneliness is one of the giant issues we are facing as a society today. Our relationships with other people are fundamental to our wellbeing, but what kinds of relationships make us happy or miserable? How should individuals decide when to ‘make or break’ a relationship? Why is the term love often misunderstoo ...…
 
We are honored to have, Dr Neal Barnard a noted physician, advocate for nutritional science, as well as president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine on the show. Dr Barnard explains how and why he started the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). PCRM is an advocacy group for information about good medicine, nu ...…
 
We are honored to have, Dr Neal Barnard a noted physician, advocate for nutritional science, as well as president of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine on the show. Dr Barnard explains how and why he started the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). PCRM is an advocacy group for information about good medicine, nu ...…
 
Dr. Hill M. Walker is the co-director of the University of Oregon's Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior (IVDB). Walker’s research interests include social skills assessment and intervention, violence prevention, early intervention, school safety, and longitudinal research. Hill Walker received the Council for Exceptional Children Res ...…
 
Today we are discussing the impact of heavy metals on our health. We’re all being exposed to heavy metals on a regular basis, and so avoidance is not enough. Welcome, Wendy Myers, who is the founder of MyersDetox.com. She is a functional diagnostic nutritionist and bioenergetic practitioner. She is passionate about educating the public on the i ...…
 
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Don’t Worry, Get Veggie Anxiety is the most common psychological illness among American kids, affecting as many as one in ten. Unfortunately, this has led to many young people being prescribed more anti-depressants then ever before. What veggie options can support happier moods? And what veggie can you add in your family’s diet to increase prod ...…
 
Opiate Commission Preliminary Report Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes Executive Director: AllCEUs Counseling Education https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/ondcp/commission-interim-report.pdf Training on basic addiction counselor competencies or Addiction Counselor Certification Training Intro ~ In 2015, 27 million people reported current ...…
 
Recorded at the Pediatric Gym at the Summit Healthcare Therapy Services Outpatient Clinic located in the Eagle Plaza in Lakeside, Arizona; 218 W. White Mountain Blvd. Suite A2 In this episode Birdman discusses Pediatric Speech Therapy with Christine Harper, MS, CCC-SLP, Speech-Language Pathologist with Summit Healthcare Regional Medical Center. ...…
 
What effects do early psychosocial neglect and institutional rearing have on developing brain networks? In this podcast, Editor-in-Chief Bill Yates (University of Pittsburgh) talks with Caterina Stamoulis (Harvard Medical School and Boston Children's Hospital) about findings from the Bucharest Early Intervention Project (BEIP). Researchers demo ...…
 
Let's Just Do This Canadian Massage Conference, CMC James Waslaski and Walt Fritz - In this podcast from Let's Just Do This, Margaret Wallis-Duffy and Todd Miller are live on location from the 2017 Canadian Massage Conference and speak with James Waslaski and Walt Fritz. James Waslaski is an Author & International Lecturer who teaches approxima ...…
 
Meet Shelly Shelly Helbert is a mom to three boys. Shelly and her husband, Cody, noticed that Jackson’s behavior was much different than his twin brother’s. He wasn’t speaking much, would throw massive tantrums anytime there was change and became fixated with certain toys or behaviors. After hearing from multiple sources that her son might have ...…
 
Pat McGorry has dedicated much of his professional life to the early intervention of mental health conditions for young Australians. Named as the Australian of the Year and awarded the Order of Australia in 2010, Pat continues to advocate for better services and outcomes for young people living with mental health conditions. In this episode Pat ...…
 
What happens when we invest time and resources in young kids? How does it impact their futures and the future of our nation? Legendary restaurateur Danny Meyer (Union Square Hospitality Group, Shake Shack) and child psychologist Emily Chinitz (Center for Child Health & Resiliency, Children’s Hospital at Montefiore) have answers on the latest ep ...…
 
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