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Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from telephone conversations, not recorded in a studio. Register to participate in the live webinars at: additude.com/tag/webinar
 
Drs. Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines, professors at the University of Central Florida in the College of Community Innovation and Education, have worked with schools and parents across the country. They take a fun and informal look at "practical" situations from teachers, parents, and people with disabilities. Our approach is fast, flexible thinking about "real" life problems. This podcast is not about the "legal" approach, but our best advice from both personal and professional experience.
 
Disability rights is the next frontier in civil rights. We believe education is the key to building an inclusive society and ensuring that all students are given an equal opportunity. The Inclusive Education Project Podcast, hosted by Special Education and Civil Rights attorneys, Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett, offers a fresh, smart perspective on what it takes to truly make our educational systems and communities inclusive. Tune in each week as Amanda and Vickie share insight on topics ran ...
 
We are Stephen and Lori Saux and welcome to the If We Knew Then Podcast. We are parents of two children and one of them has Down Syndrome, Liam. When Liam was born we didn't know very much about Down Syndrome and most of the information we did have didn't seem very hopeful and positive. Well this podcast aims to share honest and useful conversations about supports, therapies, education and society as it pertains to Down Syndrome advocacy and parenting. WEBSITE: https://ifweknewthen.com
 
This podcast contains information regarding Sensory Processing and other discussions about Child Development in general, as well as, for Children with Special Needs. Information about Developmental Milestones, Sensory Processing, and other general information about Child Development will be included in these shows. Sensory Processing in Children with Special Needs and Child Development
 
Brought to you by Gloria Perez-Stewart, divorced (and remarried) parent of a teenager with autism. Gloria is a disability advocate, community organizer and soon-to-be-lawyer (she made it through law school with a teenager!). Perez-Stewart interviews parents, advocates, and attorneys and also includes experts with general areas of interest to parents: special education, special needs planning, divorce, and general disability information.
 
Connecting The Special Needs Community. There is nothing more empowering than confidence and there is no greater need for that empowerment than when raising a child with a disability. Our programs offer support, information and inspiration for those on the special needs journey by offering practical and focused educational parenting programming. Become empowered, become confident, become the best parent and educator you can be.
 
I am Jamie Nichols, a National Board Certified Exceptional Needs Teacher who specializes in Assistive Technology for 3 to 22 year old disabled students. This podcast is full of quick ideas for General Education and Special Education teachers. We explore the ideas of comic culture icons as if they were young students in the classroom. Ever wonder how Professor Xavier Charles 's wheelchair would have been adapted in a high school classroom? Or how to curb the energy of a young Captain James T ...
 
The ADHD 365 podcast provides expert advice, tips, and strategies for families, adults, educators, and professionals.The All Things ADHD podcast is a learning resource program of CHADD's National Resource Center, funded by the CDC, to disseminate expert information to improve the lives of those affected by ADHD.CHADD does not endorse products, services, publications, medications, or treatments, including those that sponsor or advertise in any CHADD publications, webinars, or podcasts.The All ...
 
Along with four school principals, Dr. Ross Greene -- originator of the Collaborative Problem Solving approach (now called Collaborative & Proactive Solutions) and author of The Explosive Child and Lost at School -- helps teachers and parents better handle behaviorally challenging kids in the classroom and at home through implementation of his approach to solving problems collaboratively. This program airs on the first Monday of each month (September through May) at 3:30 pm Eastern time.
 
Welcome to Special Kid School Talk with Dr. Kari Miller. You know how some kids with learning challenges such as attention deficit disorder or learning disabilities have poor grades, don’t get their homework done and think they’re stupid? …Well I help children with these problems improve their grades, and increase their chances of getting into college, all while helping them develop their true talents. Each episode of Special Kid School Talk gives you the strategies you need to help your chi ...
 
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.
 
Welcome to OT.MOMMAS.LIFE. Hosted by two friends who are licensed and registered occupational therapists and mommas. We share our combined knowledge, experience, and real life situations of being occupational therapists and full time working moms. Our podcast is designed to take you along our journey into becoming occupational therapists, and sharing our combined 22 years of experiences. There will be tools, tips, and research for all levels of listeners. We’re also excited to share tips for ...
 
The goal of specialneedsinmycity podcast is to inspire and educate you as a parent or caregiver to be stronger; emotionally, mentally, socially and physically on the special needs journey. Each episode will leave you knowing more about how to navigate areas of special needs effectively as a family while helping your child thrive and meet his/her unmet potential. Chats with amazing special parents, top-notch medical experts and educators, and dedicated community leaders making a difference wi ...
 
Cortical visual impairment (CVI) is the leading cause of pediatric visual impairment in the developed world. The eyes can see, but the brain can't interpret the visual world. Due to neuroplasticity, the functional vision of a child with CVI can improve. The number of children with CVI is growing, so why isn't anyone talking about this public health crisis? We are. Music by Storm Crews. Art by Ian Kleinfeld.
 
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We’re thrilled to have Melinda Arnost on the show today for an exciting conversation around teachers and providing them not only the tools they need to successfully create and lead their inclusive classrooms but a guidebook that breaks it all down for them. Melinda Arnost is an Intervention Specialist who currently teaches grades K-3 in autism unit…
 
We just had our first Zoom IEP session since the pandemic started and we have found several new things that parents should be aware of. We also further discuss ways to prepare for these meetings and touch on questions every parent should ask their IEP team. Episode Transcript: https://ifweknewthen701833686.wordpress.com/2020/10/15/29-insights-into-…
 
In the school setting, occupational therapists prepare for and participate in several different types of IEP meetings. There are Initial, Annual, Addendum, 30-day and Transition IEPs. Today we discuss the purpose and differences between all of these. Plus, we offer OT tips for new therapists in the school based setting preparing for these meetings.…
 
Documentation is a learning process. It takes time to develop the skill to document thoroughly, concisely, and in a timely manner. SOAP notes are a great way to begin documenting as it will help you summarize your treatment session while addressing all key components that should be in your daily note. In today’s episode, we review SOAP notes and of…
 
La pandemia ha sido un tiempo incierto para muchos. Ha infundido incertidumbre e incluso miedo en muchos niños, familias y adultos. Hay nuevas normas y rutinas que siguen sucediendo después de meses de la pandemia. Es importante aprender formas de afrontar las dificultades en el hogar y aprender a apoyar a nuestra familia e hijos. María Acosta nos …
 
¿Está buscando información sobre el diagnóstico y el tratamiento de TDAH? Es importante entender que es un diagnóstico comprensivo y cómo es diferente para la comunidad Hispana y Latina. Un diagnóstico con un profesional adecuado ayuda entender el TDAH de su hijo y la ayuda que necesita. María Acosta habla sobre las dificultades para la comunidad H…
 
If talking kindly to plants helps them to grow, just imagine what it would do for us humans! Today we’re chatting with Andi Long, Founder and CEO of Bloom Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to empower and encourage girls experiencing bullying. Listen in to this encouraging conversation around learning how to be kind to…
 
This episode is the first of my “fun size” episodes for the Help for Special Educators podcast. Imagine that I’m dropping by your class after school to chat and give you a little, fun size candy bar, like kids get at Halloween. These episodes will be short and sweet! We discuss: +Things to consider when planning a virtual Halloween party when dista…
 
In this episode, host Lisa Goodell gives tips and ideas for making holiday parties successful in special education classrooms. She shares a few secrets that she has learned over the years, too! Solutions are given for accommodating students on a limited day, when you can't serve candy/junk food, alternative activities if you cannot have parties at …
 
Our conversation with author, wife, mother of three and Down syndrome advocate, Eleanor Baggaley. We discuss inclusion and her children’s books, particularly ‘Eva the Mermaid’. Eleanor also shares about her work with the organization Positive About Down Syndrome and some of her future plans of advocacy in the community. Eleanor’s Website: https://w…
 
In today's episode, Drs. Rebecca Hines and Lisa Dieker sit down with Dr. Trey Vasquez. Dr. Vasquez serves as a Professor and also the Director of the Exceptional Student Education, Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute at the University of Central Florida. In this podcast, Dr. Vasquez will share practical tips to help increase executive fun…
 
We’re excited to welcome Todd Hasak-Lowy back to the show. There was an amazing Netflix documentary called “Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution” that aired right around the time the pandemic hit, and many people, including us, missed out on seeing or hearing about it because of that event. Thankfully, Todd let us know about it, we’ve watched it, and…
 
OT.Mommas.Life was created by Genna from Heart of Occupation and Shannon from BrightSide Momma. In today's part 2 episode, we talk about BrightSide Momma. BrightSide momma started as a mini blog on instagram as a way to share tips and resources to other momma’s who were interested in learning more about healthy living. My goal is to inform other mo…
 
IEP's can be very overwhelming especially when you feel like you don't have all the information that you want to have. In this episode we share some of the things we have learned to be helpful during this sometimes stressful process and ways to advocate for your child while still keeping your peace. Episode Transcript: https://ifweknewthen701833686…
 
We’re so excited to welcome Dr. Ariel Eckfeld, a pediatric neuropsychologist, to the show! Dr. Eckfeld has always been interested in brain-behavior relationships and understanding how the things that happen in our brain and our mind affect the way that we interact with people, both at school and later on in work settings. Today we’re talking about …
 
OT.Mommas.Life was created by Genna from Heart of Occupation and Shannon from BrightSide Momma. In today's episode, we talk about Heart of Occupation. Initially established as an instagram page in 2017, as a way to inspire fellow occupational therapists, it has evolved into an online community of people who enjoy all things OT. Genna has been an oc…
 
In this episode of the OT School House Podcast, I have a conversation with Amanda Speights, OTR/L about what occupational therapy looks like in a preschool. She works in a model preschool and I work in... well, a preschool, not sure I would call it a model preschool =P Anyways, in this episode we talk about the what the goal is for working with pre…
 
Our second interview with members of the PALS Programs. We talk about how the PALS Programs is planning for future camps and some of the more personal experiences the founders of the organization have with Down syndrome. Joining us is Executive Director, Jenni Newbury Ross and her mother Robyn and brother Jason. We were also joined by Congratulatio…
 
Co-parenting is becoming more common these days, but things can get a bit more complicated when the arrangement involves a child with unique needs. On today’s show, we welcome Dr. David Hill, co-author with Dr. Jann Blackstone, of Co-parenting Through Separation and Divorce: Putting Your Children First. Dr. David Hill is a practicing pediatrician a…
 
On today’s episode, we provide an overview of an Individualized Family Service Plan (IFSP) and an Individualized Educational Program (IEP). An IFSP is a comprehensive plan that supports children who are experiencing developmental delays, from infancy through 2 years old, and provides support/intervention for the child in their natural environment. …
 
Our second interview with Rachel Mewes. Rachel is a contributing editor to Making Chromosomes Count, the Down syndrome community newspaper. She opens up on her not so uncommon birth story and the prejudices she found in the medical profession. Episode Transcript: https://ifweknewthen701833686.wordpress.com/2020/09/17/25-a-right-to-celebrate-when-th…
 
You may remember today's guest from a couple of previous episodes, once when we interviewed her and another episode where she was gracious enough to allow us to replay the show where she interviewed US. Anne Fricke is a poet, writer, and host of the Walking with Freya podcast, through which she shares her story of raising a daughter with Prader-Wil…
 
Genna and I both are mommas who work as full time occupational therapists in the school setting. And now after a month of adapting to distance learning this school year, we can both admit we have been stressed to the max. Today’s episode, we are just checking in with each other and talking about self care. We have been non-stop with learning techno…
 
In this second episode of the 2-part teletherapy series, I discuss the pros and cons of the most popular telehealth platforms being used by public schools districts and some tips on how to use both Google Meet and Zoom. I then go into what a school-based occupational therapy evaluation may look like through a telehealth model. We will look at what …
 
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