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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
 
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
 
Jayson Davies, OTR/L, from the OT School House Website dives into the areas of school-based Occupational Therapy most frequently discussed by therapists. Join Jayson and special guests to explore new practice strategies and earn professional development for certification renewal!
 
Co-founder of Hear See Hope Foundation, Lane McKittrick, shares her experiences in raising two boys who are Deafblind due to Usher Syndrome. She shares her experiences with working with IEP teams and involving her children in their IEP meetings.
 
Teaching Students with Special Needs.
 
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DadsTalk Radio
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A place where dads go and talk about "dad stuff"; Raising the kids, Love In Marriage, Bringing Home the bread, and just finding some sanity in the madness of it all!
 
Learn about assistive technology for people with reading disabilities, low vision and other disabilities that make tasks difficult. Written by someone that uses assisstive technology to read and write.
 
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SpEd convo
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Listen to Katie and I discuss how to make collaboration and IEP meeting smoother for teachers and parents!
 
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Autism Talk w Dr. Rob
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Dr. Rob Douk, a licensed educational psychologist and board certified behavior analyst is the founder of Behavioral Health Works (BHW). BHW is a premier provider of Autism services (ABA,speech, & occupational therapy and evaluations).
 
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.
 
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LD Podcast
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A blog and podcast about learning disabilities and kids struggling in school. Topics include dyslexia, ADHD, autism, asperger's, reading, legal issues, dealing with schools, IEP's, therapies and more.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
WEEKEND CHUBBY is our whimsical weekend show, XTRA is our special presentation show, TALKIES is our movie commentary show and THE SAUCE: H&P UNPLUGGED is our eclectic music talk show. Also features episodes of the WHAT YOU ASKED FOR SHOW, R.A.W. [RANDOM. ARGUMENTS. WITHIN], THE RUM RECORDINGS, WYAF XTRA and WYAF MOVIE COMMENTARIES.
 
The LOMAH Special Needs Podcast is an in depth look at topics relevant to raising our special needs children. The show runs topical series deep diving into an issue for 10-12 episodes. Series include education, safety, advocacy, inclusion, technology, housing, health, and more. Your host, Kim, is the mother of a teenage daughter with type 3 autism, epilepsy, hypotonia, and intellectual disability. For behind the scenes of the journey, find Kim on Instagram @journey2lomah
 
Improve your child’s attention, anxiety, mood, and behavior with simple strategies you can use right now.
 
Improve your child’s attention, anxiety, mood, and behavior with simple strategies you can use right now.
 
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The Lucky Few
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Hey friends! Welcome to the Lucky Few Podcast where we are shifting the narrative by shouting the worth of people with Down syndrome. With your hosts, Heather Avis, Micha Boyett, and Mercedes Lara. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theluckyfewpod/support
 
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ADHD Essentials
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ADHD Podcast for Parents and Educators
 
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 ...
 
Being a school based SLP is hard and we have made many mistakes along the way! This podcast is all about what really happens in the speech room as well as adventures in starting our own company! We would love to hear from you! Email us at podcast@slptoolkit.com with questions or ideas for future podcasts!
 
Welcome to The Autism Helper Podcast, where we explore different strategies to improve the lives of individuals with autism.
 
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Parental Guidance
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Finally, a podcast that informs (and entertains) parents with school-age children! Carla and Catherine guide you through topics like bullying, discipline, special education and more.Knowledge is power and we're giving it to you!
 
How to attract better clients, charge higher fees and leave “Vendorland” for the world of the Incomparable Expert.
 
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All Insurance Adv
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Welcome to All Insurance Advocate where we discuss topics such as insurance products and advocacy pertaining to children with disabilities and special needs.
 
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Milestones
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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
 
A family of 6 describes their challenges and triumphs living on the autistic spectrum.
 
Information and Inspiration for parents and teachers of children with learning disabilities.
 
This podcast breaks down the confusing world of Special Education and Disability into understandable chunks. If you work with students with disabilities in any way, this podcast is for you.
 
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Your source for continuing education for speech and language professionals.
 
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Dr. Ross Greene
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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.
 
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Listening in on LEEP
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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.
 
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 ...
 
Discover In It, a podcast for and about families of kids with learning and attention issues from Understood for Parents. Hosts Amanda Morin and Lexi Walters Wright talk with families of kids with learning disabilities such as ADHD, dyslexia, sensory processing issues and dyscalculia—as well as struggles with reading, math, focus, executive functioning, motor and social skills. We also speak with experts who offer support and practical advice. Parenting children with learning and attention is ...
 
Need Project is a non-profit dedicated to families with special needs children and adults. On our monthly podcast we interview non-profits organizations and professionals who are supporting individuals and families dealing with disabilities.
 
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Amanda and Vickie cover some new laws that California Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law at the end of the school year in May, and discuss some that California has started implementing this 2019 / 2020 school year. Show Highlights: The LGBTQ+ law concerns incorporating the LGBTQ community into all the teachings that schools have. Part of tha ...…
 
Creating IEP goals that are meaningful for both the student and the teacher is going to led to more progress. The goal needs to be meaningful to the student by identifying an area of need that will allow that student more opportunities for growth and increased independence. The goal needs to be meaningful to the teacher by creating a clear plan ...…
 
My guest this week is Melissa Gallico, a former military intelligence officer, Fulbright scholar, and author. While serving as an intelligence specialist at the Federal Bureau of Investigation Melissa instructed classes for FBI analysts at Quantico and provided analytic support for national security investigations. She is the author of The Hidd ...…
 
Clemson University supports one of the first post secondary programs for students with disabilities in the country. There currently are over 200 similar programs across the country and in this episode we use Clemson Life as a framework to give families and IEP teams a vision of a post secondary college program so they can begin considering nece ...…
 
Too many kids (and parents) feel ashamed about having ADHD — most often because they've never received a clear explanation of the disorder. Ryan Wexelblatt, LCSW, provides empathetic, practical ways to talk about ADHD with your child and loved ones.
 
Too many kids (and parents) feel ashamed about having ADHD — most often because they've never received a clear explanation of the disorder. Ryan Wexelblatt, LCSW, provides empathetic, practical ways to talk about ADHD with your child and loved ones.
 
Jody is the parent of 5 year old, Remy. Jody shares the story of fining out her daughter was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called PCDH19 and autism. From the process of diagnosis to acceptance, Jody discuss the lessons she has learned from her daughter, how she decided to share her story, and why having a community around you who unde ...…
 
Wondering how to turn your passions into narrative-shifting movements? (So are we!) That’s why we sat down and chatted with some incredible advocates at the Down Syndrome Diagnosis Network’s Rockin’ Moms Retreat last month! What a joy it was to interview Kristie Magnuson (mother to @gabe.the.babe.and.co), Tamara Pursley of the National Down Syn ...…
 
Today, we’re talking to my friend, Lysa Miller. Lysa is amazing. She’s a single mom with ADHD of kids with ADHD. She has started and runs multiple businesses, including 3 Media Web, the company responsible for my website, and a women’s networking group in Central Massachusetts. Oh, and she’s also a client. In today’s episode, Lysa opens up abou ...…
 
Ann Dolin M.Ed., shares research-based strategies for guiding your child through homework — and encouraging independence. Would life be better without homework? Quite possibly. Will you reduce stress by using these techniques? Almost certainly.
 
Ann Dolin M.Ed., shares research-based strategies for guiding your child through homework — and encouraging independence. Would life be better without homework? Quite possibly. Will you reduce stress by using these techniques? Almost certainly.
 
My guest this week is Dr. Elisa Song, MD is a holistic pediatrician, pediatric functional medicine expert, and mama. In her integrative pediatric practice, Whole Family Wellness, she’s helped 1000s of kids get to the root causes of their health concerns and helped their parents understand how to help their children thrive – body, mind, and spir ...…
 
When I told my sons that I was going to be posting two bonus episodes during the month of October, the get really excited and told me they wanted to be interviewed for one of them. So, in today's episode, we're talking to my kids, Nathan and Gavin.The boys and I talk about their thoughts on school, hobbies, adventures, and being a Mahan. I hope ...…
 
Teachers may think that children with ADHD who act out or fail to complete schoolwork do so "on purpose." Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, M.S., provides educators the tools they need to understand and guide these students with patience and encouragement.
 
Teachers may think that children with ADHD who act out or fail to complete schoolwork do so "on purpose." Chris A. Zeigler Dendy, M.S., provides educators the tools they need to understand and guide these students with patience and encouragement.
 
Here’s a little something special for their 100th episode! Amanda and Vickie decided to go live on Facebook and Instagram to answer some of your questions. Tune in for a potpourri of information, including some tips on how to best communicate with your child. Show Highlights: Q: Can I ask for a weekly phone call from my child’s regular and spec ...…
 
In this episode, Jayson hosts the OT Dad, Billy Hatridge, to review an article titled "Hand Strength, Handwriting, and Functional Skills in Children With Autism" by Michele Alaniz, Eleanor Galit, Corina Isabel Necesito & Emily Rosario. This is a 2015 article from the American Journal of Occupational Therapy. Show notes: otschoolhouse.com/episod ...…
 
Most students in special education are tracked to age out of the school system without a degree or direct pathway to employment. What if we believe expectations can be higher for our student? What are the options for exiting the school system and where does each option lead? Who is making these choices? About the Guest Our guest, Ashley Grant i ...…
 
Adults and children with ADHD often struggle with sleep for many reasons, everything from circadian rhythm and neurological abnormalities to engaging in overstimulating activities late at night. Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., offers explanations and solutions.
 
Adults and children with ADHD often struggle with sleep for many reasons, everything from circadian rhythm and neurological abnormalities to engaging in overstimulating activities late at night. Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D., offers explanations and solutions.
 
Dr. Amanda Kelly (also known as Behavior Babe) is passionate about sharing all the Applied Behavior Analysis can offer. In this episode, Dr. Kelly and I discuss actionable strategies and ideas that teachers can utilize in the classroom. Dr. Kelly shares seemingly simple tweaks to things you are likely already doing that can have a big impact. S ...…
 
“My doctor told me that my baby would have Down Syndrome and then they brought up termination, so I came home and googled Down Syndrome and adoption and you were the first thing that came up..” the beginning of countless conversations Stephanie Thompson shares with expectant parents. A mother of a 27-year-old son with Down Syndrome herself, Ste ...…
 
Today, we’re talking to Jeanette G. of “Excuse My ADHD”. Jeanette is a mom who is harnessing the power of podcasting to chronicle her journey with ADHD. In today’s episode, Jeanette’s shares a bit about her life as an ADHD mom. We discuss navigating parental guilt, her interview of a member of Scottish Parliament, the bias toward childhood ADHD ...…
 
My guest this week is Peter Sullivan, the founder, and CEO of Clear Light Ventures, Inc. and environmental health funder who focuses on toxins and wireless safety. Peter has spent the last 15 years successfully recovering his two sons from autism and sensory issues and recovered from his own environmental health issues. Peter’s work on detoxifi ...…
 
My guest this week is Peter Sullivan, the founder, and CEO of Clear Light Ventures, Inc. and environmental health funder who focuses on toxins and wireless safety. Peter has spent the last 15 years successfully recovering his two sons from autism and sensory issues and recovered from his own environmental health issues. Peter’s work on detoxifi ...…
 
Barbara Arrowsmith Young joins Amanda and Vickie on today’s podcast. Brain plasticity, how brains learn and how they develop, and how we can be better at providing learning environments and programs for not only kids who are differently-abled, but all kids, are the highlights they’ll be covering. Don’t miss this fascinating, cutting-edge insigh ...…
 
We hear a lot and think a lot about the inevitable time of transitioning out of special education school services and into adult services. It has been coined “when the bus stops coming” or “falling off the cliff.’ What does this time of life feel like from the perspective of the person actually going through it? From the perspective of the indi ...…
 
In this episode, I interview Rosemarie Griffin who is an SLP and BCBA. Rose is passionate about giving all learners a voice by using evidence based practices and a multi-disciplinary approach. Rose shares her 5 tips for working with students with limited language. We discuss assessment, how to identify student reinforces, and strategies for bui ...…
 
Last month, we went to DSDN’s Rockin’ Mom Retreat in Nashville, Tennessee and partied with over 700 moms who have kiddos with Down Syndrome. And we even sat down to interview a few.. including Carissa Carroll, the founder and president of Jack’s Basket! This mother of three children (one of whom rocks an extra chromosome!) learned the hard way ...…
 
Today, we’re talking to Beth Dinelli and Alex Fortuna of the Commonwealth Learning Center. The Commonwealth Learning Center supports kids with learning disabilities through specialized, one-to-one instruction. Beth is the director of Commonwealth Learning Center in Danvers, MA, and Alex is the director of Commonwealth Learning Center in Needham ...…
 
Tapping into the right technology can make the difference between success and failure at school for students with ADHD and learning disabilities. Brian S. Friedlander, Ph.D., discusses the most popular and effective assistive technology (AT) tools.
 
Tapping into the right technology can make the difference between success and failure at school for students with ADHD and learning disabilities. Brian S. Friedlander, Ph.D., discusses the most popular and effective assistive technology (AT) tools.
 
Educating yourself and your family about ADHD is tougher than you may think. Most physicians receive little training in ADHD, and may not explain the disorder and treatments thoroughly. William Dodson, M.D., helps listeners fill in those holes.
 
Educating yourself and your family about ADHD is tougher than you may think. Most physicians receive little training in ADHD, and may not explain the disorder and treatments thoroughly. William Dodson, M.D., helps listeners fill in those holes.
 
You are at your wit's end — exhausted by your child's disruptive and wholly frustrating daily behaviors. Tried-and-true parenting advice doesn't work — but this will. Learn the basics of behavioral parent training (BPT) from Carla Counts Allan, Ph.D.
 
You are at your wit's end — exhausted by your child's disruptive and wholly frustrating daily behaviors. Tried-and-true parenting advice doesn't work — but this will. Learn the basics of behavioral parent training (BPT) from Carla Counts Allan, Ph.D.
 
My guest this week is Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. She has a BS degree from MIT in biology and a Ph.D. from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science. Her recent interests have focused on the role of toxic chemicals a ...…
 
My guest this week is Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a Senior Research Scientist at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. She has a BS degree from MIT in biology and a Ph.D. from MIT in electrical engineering and computer science. Her recent interests have focused on the role of toxic chemicals a ...…
 
A growing population of adults suspects they may be on the Autism spectrum. Theresa Regan, Ph.D., shares facts (and myths) about autism in adults, why getting a correct diagnosis at any age makes a difference, effective supports, and more.
 
A growing population of adults suspects they may be on the Autism spectrum. Theresa Regan, Ph.D., shares facts (and myths) about autism in adults, why getting a correct diagnosis at any age makes a difference, effective supports, and more.
 
Special Guest Anna Harryman sits down with Vickie and Amanda to discuss alternative education. Listen in to this fascinating glimpse inside a credit recovery high school. You’ll learn the definition of alternative education, the kinds of students they serve, the goals they have, and how love can make all the difference. This is Anna’s 10th year ...…
 
Individuals with disabilities have the right to make choices for themselves and for those choices to be honored, but what if it is hard for us to understand what those choices, likes, and dislikes are because of complex communication needs? How do we begin teaching and honoring self determination at a young age? This episodes explores 3 strateg ...…
 
People with ADHD feel emotions more intensely, more frequently, and more suddenly. In fact, one third of adults with ADHD name this as the most impairing aspect of the condition. Learn more about out-of-control emotions from William W. Dodson, M.D.
 
People with ADHD feel emotions more intensely, more frequently, and more suddenly. In fact, one third of adults with ADHD name this as the most impairing aspect of the condition. Learn more about out-of-control emotions from William W. Dodson, M.D.
 
We’re all hoping for great friends for our kiddos, right? And as parents of kids with Down Syndrome, we might be hoping for those great friends even more than most. That’s why we are so excited to talk to you all about Best Buddies, an international non-profit organization that focuses on creating meaningful, one on one, friendships between stu ...…
 
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are turning, acorns litter the ground, the air is becoming chilly. It’s the season of pumpkin spice! It’s been around for years now, but it seems like people are still out of their minds about it. Why? Why is pumpkin spice so exciting for so many people? Because it’s a special event. It adds an interesti ...…
 
My guest this week is Suzie Carpenter, the author of On The Bright Side, a best selling memoir documenting the emotional journey of parenting a daughter with autism. After her daughter Kelly spent five years on antifungals, while also following the very restrictive Specific Carbohydrate Diet, Suzie learned a new approach to healing the gut thro ...…
 
My guest this week is Suzie Carpenter, the author of On The Bright Side, a best selling memoir documenting the emotional journey of parenting a daughter with autism. After her daughter Kelly spent five years on antifungals, while also following the very restrictive Specific Carbohydrate Diet, Suzie learned a new approach to healing the gut thro ...…
 
In this episode, Jayson reviews a 2015 article about what School-based Occupational Therapy looks like in the united states. It is the first in a series of journal articles Jayson will be reviewing. Below is the citation for the article discussed in this episode. Check out the show notes for some of the important points Jayson covers related to ...…
 
Teaching our children about themselves, and helping them learn appropriate skills for interacting with others, especially those in special populations, is the focus of today’s show. It is also the subject of a new book being released today, by Caroline Maguire, and titled, Why Will No One Play with Me?: The Play Better Plan to Help Children of ...…
 
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