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Autism Weekly is a podcast that discusses Autism news, current events, and inclusion. Each week we welcome a guest to the program to share their unique perspective and expertise as it relates to the fascinating world of Autism. We welcome all feedback. Please email podcast@abskids.com.
 
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In this episode of Going Coastal, Mr. Hank Hodde joins co-hosts Heather and Marissa to discuss the Sea Grant Knauss Fellowship and his road to a career in coastal policy and planning. Hank Hodde is a Sustainability and Resiliency Coordinator for Pinellas County in Florida and a former Knauss Fellow. The 2023 Knauss Fellowship application window is …
 
This week we welcome the program director of the College Internship Program, Jenna Knauss to the podcast to talk to us about the ways parents can help their teens get ready for adulthood and the community resources that might be available to help. The College Internship Program has locations across the country. They have focused on helping young ad…
 
This week we welcome Board Certified Behavior Analyst, CEO and Co-Founder of IGCN Healthcare Partners, and National University professor, Cameron Nesbitt, to the podcast to talk to us about what goes into becoming a board certified behavior analyst. I hope this episode is helpful to parents of kiddos on the spectrum that are getting introduced to t…
 
In the episode of Shorewords! Host Lesley Ewing talks with Her Deepness, Dr. Sylvia Earle and Subsea Concierge, Liz Taylor, about their years of ocean exploration and documenting the conditions of our oceans. The discussion ranges from Sea Change: A Message of the Oceans, to Blue Hope: Exploring and Caring for Earth’s Magnificent Ocean, to the upco…
 
Jeff & Will preview 14 books that are coming before the end of October, including titles by Ariella Zoelle, Max Walker, Kai Butler, J.R. Gray, Edie Montreux, Roe Horvat, Sam Burns & W.M. Fawkes, Keira Andrews, Alice Winters, EM Lindsey & Marina Vivancos, Merry Farmer, Noah Steele, Joanna Chambers & Sally Malcolm, and Lauren Blakely. The guys also r…
 
As impacts from Hurricane Ida continue to be assessed, Pontchartrain Conservancy's Water Quality Program Director Brady Skaggs discusses how the storm affected water quality across the region and what actions you can take to improve water quality in nearby waterways. Skaggs also highlights the newly-launched Lake and Coast App that puts water quali…
 
To kick off the holiday season, Jeff & Will welcome Roan Parrish. The conversation starts with Christmas and Roan's holiday romance "The Lights on Knockbridge Lane." The book, the third in the "Garnet Run" series, is historic in that it's the first time an m/m romance has been a part of a Harlequin series line. Roan talks about the romance between …
 
On this episode, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Dr. Karen Martin about the response and potential impacts of the Huntington Oil Spill that occurred off the coast of Southern California on October 1, 2021. So far, it seems that a a 17.7-mile oil pipeline connecting offshore oil Platform Elly with the shore had been possibly dragged by a …
 
Making friends and building meaningful relationships is an important skill for both neurotypical and neurodivergent children. So how can parents and clinicians help? One way is to provide opportunities to be around other kiddos around the same age with similar interests. Today we are excited to talk with Emily Bruce about playdates! Emily is a boar…
 
NOAA recently announced that summer 2021 was the hottest on record. During this episode, Jenna is joined by Taylour Chang and Nā‘ālehu Anthony to explore the visually dynamic and spiritually arresting, Artists of Hawai‘i Now exhibition at the Honolulu Museum of Art, featuring bold, boundary-pushing works from 18 artists. This exhibition couldn't be…
 
Jeff & Will present a conversation that took place between authors Frederick Smith, Chaz Lamar Cruz and Adriana Herrera. The event was part of the book tour for Frederick and Chaz's book "Busy Ain't The Half Of It." Adriana talked with Fredrick and Chaz about the book and their co-writing experience, including how the process changed since the firs…
 
This week on Coastal Conundrum, we’re excited to welcome back Nicole LeBoeuf, the Assistant Administrator for NOAA's National Ocean Service, to talk about what the Nation’s premiere coastal and ocean agency has been up to since 2020. The show focuses on new themes, initiatives, and changes across the ocean service related to enhancing coastal resil…
 
On the October Episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard and Dan kick off the beginning of the Federal Fiscal year with a breakdown of the chaos in Washington. Disaster funding for Ida, Flood Insurance, Debt Limit and Infrastructure are all fair game. Plus, the Corps is still proposing massive flood gates and other measures in Florida, Texas, New jer…
 
This week on Delta Dispatches, we’re excited to welcome Kate Orff, Founding Principal of SCAPE. Jacques and Simone talk with her about the role nature can play in adapting to climate change, how she is reimagining landscape architecture through her studio, as well as on-the-ground restoration opportunities from Louisiana to New York. SCAPE’s recent…
 
Jeff & Will kick off the show with the announcement of the Big Gay Fiction Book Club selection for October: "This Is Not a Horror Movie" by Sara Dobie Bauer. The guys talk about four musicals they've watched recently: "Diana" on Netflix, "Everybody's Talking About Jamie" on Amazon Prime, "Come From Away" on Apple, and "Dear Evan Hansen" at the movi…
 
On this special episode recorded at the 2021 ASBPA National Conference in New Orleans, Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham celebrate ASPN being awarded the Gooderham Media Award before welcoming Dr. Stephen Romaniello to the show to talk about how Project Vesta is developing a new enhanced weathering technique that has the potential to make beach re…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Nicole Williams and Dr. Ashley Shayter from the Behavioral Health Center Of Excellence (or BHCOE for short) to talk with us about the amazing ways an ABA therapy program and IEP plan can work together to help children with autism learn. Learn More About the BHCOE: https://bhcoe.org/ COMING SOON From the BHCOE: School Standa…
 
In this month's episode, we discuss ocean mapping, exploration, and characterization. We were perfectly prepared for this topic 2 weeks ago when we were thrilled to host none other than Dr. Robert Ballard, world famous ocean explorer and discoverer of the RMS Titanic. We had an engaging discussion about his recent book Into the Deep, A Memoir by th…
 
Jeff & Will visit Hollywood for this month's Book Club as they discuss the sexy, sweet story about two actors who fall in love while working on a TV show in Jeris Jean's "Running Lines." As always, in our book club chat there are spoilers ahead so keep that in mind if you haven't read the book yet. Complete shownotes for episode 335 along with a tr…
 
The fourth episode in the North Coast Chronicles: Tales from the Great Lakes series by host, Helen Brohl, investigates "Climate Change and the Lake They Call Gitche Gumee." The Chippewa referred to Lake Superior as Gitche Gumee (or gichi-gami in modern Ojibwa language) which means "big sea" or "huge water." The largest of the Great Lakes, Lake Supe…
 
In this episode of Rising Sea Voices, your host Felicia Olmeta-Schult shares her personal and professional story. The road has been full of unexpected opportunities, self-search and doubts, and good and not so good surprises. You will discover how a Mediterranean island child ended up in the Pacific Northwest and started as a natural scientist but …
 
This week on Delta Dispatches, Jacques and Simone chat with Jeray Jambon Jarreau from Bless Your Heart Nonprofit. Jeray talks about life in South Lafourche after the devastation of Hurricane Ida. Bless Your Heart Nonprofit is working on the ground to address the needs of some of the most impacted communities in South Louisiana. Learn about the work…
 
Jeff & Will welcome back Jay from Joyfully Jay and Lisa from The Novel Approach to find out what they've been reading lately. Recommendations include books by Alison Cochrun, Penny Aimes, Vawn Cassidy, Rory Michaelson, TJ Nichols, Aden Polydoros, Kate Hawthorne & E.M. Denning, and Hailey Turner. Complete shownotes for episode 334 along with a trans…
 
On this special rebroadcast, Peter A. Ravella and Tyler Buckingham are joined by Paul Komar, emeritus Professor of Oceanography at Oregon State University, where he has been on the faculty since 1970. He received a M.S. degree in Geology at the University of Michigan, and a Ph.D. in Oceanography from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Profess…
 
This month’s episode of The Ocean Decade Show is all about Ocean Decade organization! Using the United States as the first (and hopefully not last!) case study, Taylor and guest Theresa Keith, current John A. Knauss Marine Policy Fellow for the Ocean Decade at NOAA Research, go over how the U.S. is organizing itself for the Ocean Decade. Although n…
 
In our second episode the Duke University co-hosts tell us about the diverse paths that led them to marine and coastal management and how The Coastal Society and their Master’s program fit into their broader professional goals. The hosts end with a teaser of what’s to come in the upcoming episodes from both of our podcast teams.…
 
At the intersection of land and sea, the state of working waterfronts can provide insight into the health of our economy and natural resources. The infrastructure that supports working waterfront activities has lacked major investment for many decades, leaving it vulnerable to natural and manmade risks. The current administration has proposed a maj…
 
In the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, one of the most devastating hurricanes to ever make landfall in Louisiana, Simone and Jacques discuss ongoing impacts to communities and how people can help those in need. They also welcome Scot Pilié, EDF senior communications specialist and meteorologist, to discuss the extent of Ida’s impacts and why it was so …
 
Before we get into this week's interview, Jeff reviews the audiobook of "How to Be Remy Cameron," as well as the new anthology "Black Boy Joy," edited by Kwame Mbalia. We are super excited this week to welcome Silas Whitaker, a new audiobook narrator who already has a few titles out for young adult and gay romance fans. Author Julian Winters joins …
 
On this episode, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham commemorate California Surfing Day with Dr. Chad Nelsen, CEO of the Surfrider Foundation, one of the Nation's foremost coastal advocacy groups. With 50,000 energized members and over 200 chapters and clubs, Chad heads up a grass roots organization that brings the fight to local, state, and f…
 
In this episode, we welcome autism self-advocate and author Sam Farmer BACK to the podcast to talk about how to rise above bullying. Bullying can impact people of all ages and Sam has empowering advice that can help in all kinds of scenarios. Sam first joined our podcast back on episode 27 where we discussed his path towards autism awareness and ac…
 
On this episode of Shorewords!, join host Lesley Ewing in conversation with Dr. Kiki Patsch and Dr. Ryan Anderson about their article in the Fall 2020 issue of Shore & Beach, Adapting to shoreline retreat: Finding a path forward, also co-authored by Dr. Gary Griggs and Dr. Charles Lester. The discussion covers the coastal changes that are expected …
 
In this episode of Going Coastal, Mr. Gordon Thomson and Dr. Katie Brutsché join your co-hosts Marissa and Jon to discuss the upcoming 2021 ASBPA National Coastal Conference. Gordon is an Associate Principal at W.F. Baird & Associates and Katie is the Program Manager of the US Army Corps Regional Sediment Management program at the Engineer Research…
 
In this special episode of the American Blue Economy Podcast, our host Rear Admiral (ret) Tim Gallaudet interviews renowned ocean explorer Dr. Robert Ballard about his book Into the Deep: A Memoir from the Man Who Found Titanic. Ocean mapping and exploration contribute to every component of the American Blue Economy, and we learn about many of Ball…
 
Jeff & Will remind everyone that this month's Big Gay Fiction Book Club selection is "Running Lines" by Jeris Jean. The Book Club episode is coming up on Thursday, September 30. In addition, they also share that a previous Book Club selection, Clare London's "Romancing the Rough Diamond," is now available in audiobook narrated by Joel Leslie. In a …
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to the "Sandman" of Carteret County, Rudi Rudolph. Rudi has earned his nickname after spending his career in service to the beaches of Carteret County as the Coastal Protection Director, a complex job that has him juggling the interests of several coastal communities all in need of new sand.…
 
This week we are excited to welcome Co-CEO of Ascend Behavior Partners, Jonathan Mueller, to the podcast to talk about the future of Autism care. Jonathan shares Jeff's same mission of making high-quality ABA therapy as accessible as possible to children and families in need. This episode breaks down access to care, how to tackle long waitlists, as…
 
As we arrive here in the final weeks of summer and the seasons transition once again, just like the tide ebbing and flowing in a continuous cycle that brings with it so much familiarity, and yet, so much change. Each season is marked with its own distinct energy and, on this episode of the Sea Change Podcast, Jenna meets that energy with a sense of…
 
In this episode of Changing Waters, Global Ocean Health Deputy Director Julia Sanders has the opportunity to interview Dr. Wil Burns, Co-Founder of the Institute for Carbon Removal Policy and Law. An expert in environmental policy, Dr. Burns discusses the wide range of approaches in the rapidly advancing field of Carbon Dioxide Removal (CDR), both …
 
On The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank speaks with Lora Snyder, the Deputy Staff Director for the House Natural Resources Committee on the Ocean Based Climate Solutions Act (OBCSA). Introduced by Committee Chair Grijalva this summer, the OBCSA is an expansive bill that includes many titles related to coasts, oceans and the climate. It attempts to re…
 
The show kicks off with news about the TransBook365 hashtag, and the Romance for Haiti auction. Author C.B. Lee is here to talk about "A Clash of Steel," which is the first book in the "Remixed Classics" series where authors from diverse backgrounds take different literary classics from centuries past and reinterpret them. We hear from C.B. about h…
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham talk to Emilie Mazzacurati, the Global Head of Moody's Climate Solutions. A pioneer in the climate space, Emilie founded Four Twenty Seven in October 2012 after Hurricane Sandy demonstrated that the lack of planning for climate impacts could bring even the most the powerful financial institutions …
 
This week we are excited to welcome Dr. Peter Faustino to the podcast to talk to us about what an Individualized Education Plan (or IEP) can do to open up new opportunities for your child. Dr. Faustino is a school psychologist and works as an expert advisor for the new Autism Speaks IEP guide. He operates his own private practice working with stude…
 
For the first time ever, this month's episode of The Ocean Decade Show doesn't have an acronym of the month! Instead, Taylor and guest, fashion designer and activist Runa Ray, play around with many bad fashion puns while also explaining how the fashion industry fits underneath the umbrella of the Ocean Decade. In addition to going over the big thin…
 
On The Capitol Beach, Derek Brockbank speaks with two US Senators, Bill Cassidy (LA) and Sheldon Whitehouse (RI), about their bill, the Reinvesting in Shoreline Economies and Ecosystems (RISEE) Act, which ensures federal leasing revenue from offshore energy production – whether wind or traditional oil & gas – is used to build coastal resilience in …
 
On this months episode of the WaterLog Podcast, Howard & Dan will talk about Hurricane Ida and the Corps, and how well the Federal Government is equipped to handle the response today compared to Katrina. In addition, the State of New Jersey is sinking, and that leaves many questions to answer about how it will protect itself from rising seas, what …
 
This week we’re chatting with photographer Matthew White about beautiful and inspiring work recently published in the New York Times. “Beauty, Serenity, Stillness: An Ode to the Final Miles of the Mississippi River” features photography of the landscape and communities of Plaquemines Parish. See more of Matthew’s work on his website and Tumblr.…
 
The guys announce the September Big Gay Fiction Book Club selection: the delightful Hollywood romance, "Running Lines" by Jeris Jean. Looking at books coming in September, Jeff & Will discuss titles by Garett Leigh, Lucy Lennox & May Archer, K.M. Neuhold, Nicky James, Riley Hart, Alison Cochrun, Sam Burns & W.M. Fawkes, DJ Jamison, and Haven Hadley…
 
This week, hosts Peter Ravella and Tyler Buckingham explore the fascinating world of Sargassum, a booming macroalgae that is creating new challenges and opportunities for existing coastal interests and future blue economy ventures. Joining the show is Brad Warren, the host of ASPN's Changing Waters podcast and president of the National Fisheries Co…
 
This week I am excited to welcome the CEO of the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence to the podcast, Sarah Litvak, and welcome back her colleague, and VP of Government Relations Anna Boulard! Download the podcast today to learn about the incredible ways the BHCOE is advancing the field of ABA from both the parent and the provider perspective. Sa…
 
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