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Penny Williams, aka, the ADHD Momma, from ParentingADHDandAutism.com, reveals her powerful parenting strategies, ADHD management tips, and hard-won wisdom so you can get ahead of the curve, to parent your child with ADHD successfully. Penny has been where you are and understands the hurdles blocking your way to successful parenting. Gain the ability to understand and change your child’s behavior, reduce your own stress, increase parenting confidence, and create more successes and joy in your ...
 
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Sensory Podcast
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All about sensory approaches in education and healthcare
 
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Sensory Matters
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Sensory Matters is a weekly podcast featuring expert interviews from the world of Sensory Seeking, Stimming & Autism. Supporting the World's Number 1 community of Sensory Seekers at chewigem.com this show is all about helping sensory seekers, carers and professionals with useful, interesting and inspiring stories. Find out more at, chewigem.com
 
My observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else.
 
Welcome to this brand new podcast which will delve into the wonderful world of Sensory Stories with your illegible host, Pete Wells! Each episode, there will be chat, tips news and terrible jokes all about the wonderful world of sensory stories. Most importantly, each episode will feature a sensory story to share with your very special listeners. After the story, Pete will deconstruct each part of the story, explaining why and how certain props are used, the educational benefits of them and ...
 
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Huzzah! Episode 5 of the tedious Pete Wells Sensory Stories Shodcast… I mean, Podcast is out! This episode features an interview with all round clever clogs, Author and Equals Editor PETER IMRAY, an investigation of the sense of touch, as well as the story of ‘Sir Pranceabout and the Dragon!’ A great little tale for exploring SMSC, British Valu ...…
 
This week on the Sensory Matters Podcast Jenny is chatting to Emily, who is diagnosed with SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) and has a blog "21 and Sensory". You can find her over on Twitter and she is also a Chewigem Affiliate. She set her blog up to help other adults with Sensory Processing Disorder in the UK. She wanted to help them find inf ...…
 
This week on the Sensory Matters Podcast Jenny is chatting to Laura James about her adult diagnosis. If you don't know who Laura James is then you've got to listen to this podcast! If you do know who Laura James is then you want to listen to this podcast! Laura is an Author, columnist & journalist diagnosed with EDS, POTS & Autism. We find out ...…
 
Special Kids.Company is an amazing business that offers affordable, age-appropriate, adaptable clothing. Sasha started the business after working out in the Middle East. When she lived there she lived next to a compound for kids with special needs. What shocked Sasha above all is how these children were integrated. All of this was too much for ...…
 
This week on the Sensory Matters Podcast Jenny is chatting to Dani from Send App, which makes social stories. Dani has a son who is autistic and found that she has been really well supported during diagnosis and afterward. One of the things Dani used with her son was social stories. These worked really well but having 2 files (one for school an ...…
 
This week on the Sensory Matters Podcast, Jenny is chatting to Alex Manners about his radio station. We met Alex at the Autism Show in June where he was wearing a bright orange suit which matched Chewigem perfectly. Alex is an incredible young man who actually got the nickname Rainbow Man because of the bright and colourful suits he wears. This ...…
 
This week Jenny is chatting to our very own Lorraine about home education. Lorraine has experienced lots of things over the years so it seemed obvious to chat to her about the time she home educated Jamie. Jamie is now in full-time education but this has not been the case for most of her life. Lorraine chats about how she made the decision to h ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I was inspired this week to talk to you about the language you use to describe your child's behavior. I see parents day in and day out use language that sounds as though they're describing a character flaw. Language that sets a tone of "can't" and "won't," instead of describing things for what they ...…
 
This week we are celebrating our 25th Episode of the Sensory Matters Podcast with a look back at our best tips! We’ve had so many guests including, Anna Kennedy, Casper Dawn, Riko and Jayden Worthington! We’d love to know your favourites. Also, if you have any suggestions for who we should get on the show? We hope you’ve enjoyed the last 25 Epi ...…
 
This week on Sensory Matters Jenny chats to the Guerilla Aspie, Paul Wady. We met Paul at the Autism Show back in June. He has recently had his show on at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Paul was diagnosed with Autism at the age of 41. Before his diagnosis, he had a skill set that he never ever used. Since diagnosis, he has started to use his cr ...…
 
Back from a recent trip to the United States, Reinhard Pohorec shares his sensory experiences and encounters of The Welcome Principle being put into action. Is the US Hospitality industry really all about tips? How and why does their customer service feel so natural and generous? Why could a random waiter not only change your breakfast experien ...…
 
20-08-2018 This week on Sensory Matters Jenny chats to our very own Jamie about Autism myths. “she’s perfect don’t forget that” (listen and you’ll get it) Jamie tells us a little about her journey and how she feels about being diagnosed as autistic. She doesn’t care if she’s autistic or not as she is just her. Chatting about some autism myths s ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with Dr. Sharon Saline about what your child with ADHD wishes you knew, in conjunction with the release of her new book. We're talking about how most kids feel like parents aren't hearing what they're saying, and vice versa. Dr. Saline offers many strategies to communicate better, for a ...…
 
This week on The Sensory Matters Show Jenny is chatting to Angel one of our VIC’s who has PTSD. Angel spotted a post in our sensory support group where a child had been told that Chewigem’s were for babies. She felt so strongly about this that she went live in the support group to reach out and show this child that Chewigem’s are for everyone. ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with divorce and family attorney, Morghan Leia Richardson, about how to navigate co-parenting a child with ADHD when the parents don't agree on ADHD treatment and parenting. There are ways to pre-plan for these parenting disagreements during the divorce process, as well as resources and ...…
 
Becoming "RICH" can have many facets. In this episode Reinhard Pohorec talks about all human senses and how to be more aware of the sensory delights the world has to offer. Smell, Taste, Touch, Sound, Sight can bring the most enriching experiences to our everyday lifes, making the most basic things more valuable and enjoyable. Living the moment ...…
 
This week on The Sensory Matters Podcast Jenny chats to Lana Grant about being pregnant when you have ASD. Lana is an Autistic mum to 6 kids, 3 with autism. She also runs her own Autism Consultancy. Lana knew she was different from a young age and felt she was always 3 steps behind everyone else socially. Lana wasn’t asked if she was on the spe ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm giving you a pep talk for parenting kids with special needs. Use this pep talk when you're feeling low, lacking confidence in your parenting, apprehensive about starting another day, or just having a bad day. If you're feeling yourself slip, use this pep talk as your reminder that you've got th ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with mental skills trainer, Carrie Cheadle. Mental skills training is common in sports and athletics, but it's also invaluable for parents raising kids with special needs. Carrie and I talk about releasing the pressure valve, resilience, redefining success for our parenting and our kids ...…
 
This Summer Special Podcast forgoes my silly story and features an extended interview with legendary Interactive Storyteller, Mr Keith Park. Author of many books and architect of chaos in high profile venues such as The Globe Theatre and Westminster Abbey, Keith explains the process in his work and educational benefits of his imaginative approa ...…
 
Lee Cockerell knows how to tell a great story. Spending most of his life looking for the stellar prime examples of customer service and establishing the mindset in companies like Hilton, Marriott or Walt Disney, Cockerell is an inspiring speaker, author, media person and loving family guy. His book "The Customer Rules - The 39 Essential Rules f ...…
 
This week on Sensory Matters Jenny chats to Claire Larkins whos son Tom is autistic and also completes in the National Gymnastics Team. This all came from him hanging from a door frame and a doctors suggestion. Claire is an autism mum just like most of us and you’ll really relate to her story. Like everyone, they have good and bad days. Tom has ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm sharing tips and strategies to help your child overcome social struggles and make and keep friends. ADHD makes social interactions challenging for kids for a variety of reasons. I outline the different reasons kids with ADHD struggle with friendships, offer strategies to help your child build s ...…
 
This week on Sensory Matters Jenny chats to Karen Dammer who is an Independent Education Consultant. Karen teaches cooperative learning across the UK, this is a way of engaging lots of kids and getting the best out of them. We find out how she makes sure every child is engaged and how they are all different. You’ll get some tips as parents abou ...…
 
This week Jenny talks to Bee about positivity when you have a disability. Bee runs two Facebook pages as well as doing many different things! Very strange as when this was filmed when Bee was non-verbal. She has worked so hard and currently has her speech back which is amazing. Her mum was her voice for this so bare with some of the silences … ...…
 
This week on Sensory Matters we hear from Luke Murphy, Luke plays wheelchair football, is diagnosed with ADHD and EDS. We find out how transitioning and the change in hormones triggered the condition when he was just 18 and means he needs to use a wheelchair. Find out how he dislocated his shoulder deboning a chicken at college when he planned ...…
 
This week Jenny chats to Kate from Girls Autistic Journey, who talks about her autistic family. Kate tells us all about her autistic family. How her daughter Ivy was first diagnosed, subsequently her son Leon and lastly how her husband came to the realisation that he had ASD too.Kate’s journey is pretty similar to my own and we became friends w ...…
 
We're underway. Sensory Experience is up and running and in this episode we would very much like to kindly introduce you to this podcast, giving you a short insight look and more information about WHAT TO EXPECT when tuning in. Let's share and enjoy the ride, discover new treasures and techniques, unveil some magic of sensory perception and the ...…
 
Episode 3 of the Pete Wells Sensory Stories Podcast This episode features an interview with very special maths Superhero Les Staves as well as the story of Sweaty Pits McTavish. Pete tells the story before breaking it down and discussing the use of props. He also gives a whole host of lesson ideas. Timings are as follows: 00:00 Introductory dri ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with Heather Chauvin about defining our job as a parent. Heather talks about her journey to discover her authentic role as a mom and how to parent in a way that serves the true goal and purpose of parenting — that serves her sons but also serves herself, too. Listen in to find out what ...…
 
Today it's all about running, how you can start you're running routine and why it is a true delight to be discovered. Reinhard Pohorec will talk about the sensory experiences and encounters along the way, the ups and downs of the fitness journey and why it is just a matter of your individual decisions, mindset, programming and pushing to become ...…
 
In this episode Reinhard shares a great example of honest hospitality with his audience. Talking about the Why and How of enlightened hospitality, you will discover why the art of hosting could and should totally change your professional and personal life. The concept of Sensory Hospitality has tremendous impact on the way you conduct business, ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with therapist, Kimberly Beaman, about the importance of therapy, how to find the right therapist for your child and your family, and the power of creative arts in the lives of kids with ADHD and other challenges. Listen in as Kim offers a wealth of resources and guidance on therapy for ...…
 
Join me, Pete Wells, for the streaming number two that is the Pete Wells Sensory Stories Podcast - Episode 2! This episode features an interview with a very special guest and all round good egg, the Queen of Sensory Education herself, the wonderful Flo Longhorn! I also prattle on about how to deliver sensory stories to a range of learners at a ...…
 
In this episode you'll be introduced to simple techniques on how to make the most out of your waking hours and how to be make the most out of every single day. > Following daily routines and creating positive habits for yourself > Establishing the mindset of positivity, focusing on the beauty of simplicity, all the delights and opportunities ar ...…
 
This week Jenny talks to the amazing Katy from invisible i, discusses sensory diet, what is it and how it helps. She also shares her amazing tips with us. She is such a shining example of how different does not mean less and that all things are possible. Since this recording Katy is has become an official member of Chewigem and we are thrilled ...…
 
“Ah, summer, what power you have to make us suffer and like it” Russell Baker Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. Whew! It is hot out there! I love summer because I am usually cold until it gets to be about 80 degrees. Working out in the heat is a different ...…
 
Welcome to this brand new podcast which will delve into the wonderful world of Sensory Stories with your illegible host, Pete Wells! Each episode, there will be chat, tips news and terrible jokes all about the wonderful world of sensory stories. Most importantly, each episode will feature a sensory story to share with your very special listener ...…
 
This week Jenny talks to Casper all things sensory as well as his tips for LGBT issues and ‘coming out’. He has some practical solutions for various challenges people with sensory challenges come across and shares those with Jenny. Casper also gives us tips for dealing with anxiety and ways that help him calm down. Enjoy! Find Out More About LG ...…
 
“Trust in your training and make it happen” Peter Vidmar Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. I don’t normally look ahead in the training schedule more than a week. I figure there isn’t anything I can do about it and too many things can change if planning mo ...…
 
This week Jenny talks to Luke who is doing his Masters on the link between being non binary and autistic. We hear all about the life of an autistic trans person as well as his research into the possible link between autistic people being more likely to be non-binary. Find out all about living as a young trans autistic person, from someone who l ...…
 
f You Lack Optimism, It's Game Over – Gary Vee Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. I’ve mentioned my struggle with my bike speed before. This week I had a breakthrough. On one of my weekday rides, although the overall speed wasn’t at 14 mph, a five mile seg ...…
 
This week Jenny chats to Riko an advocate for PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance) and ASD. First of all, Riko tells us about the fight between the two and how Pathological Demand Avoidance usually wins. Interestingly she talks about manages to override her thought process do everyday things like the dishes. Similarly, Riko tells us about some t ...…
 
You don’t need anyone’s permission to follow your dreams – author unknown Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. I had to rearrange my training schedule this week. I actually thought I would have to miss some workouts due to meetings which involved travel and ...…
 
“Success in the sport is, above all else, about enduring suffering.” Chris McCormick, two time Iron Man World Champion Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. The heat is back and my speed seems to have come with it. Wed I had to do 4.5 miles in 86 degree heat. I had an amazing run and averaged 13:36 minutes which is amazing for me! Saturday I ...…
 
**This Weeks Episode contains talk of self-harm, depression and anxiety** This week Jenny chats to Jayden Worthington about tips with dealing with anxiety, among other issues. Jayden chats openly about his childhood and how he struggled in middle school. We hear about how he initially came out to his parents after a tough time dealing with self ...…
 
In this episode of Sensory Matters, Jenny talks to Mel Wood, the creator of Fidgetbum, a product that helps with sleep. We hear the story about how the product came about and how it helps with Sensory Sleep Issues Most noteworthy, Mel gives us tricks for a better, more effective bedtime routine. Do Not Miss This Episode! For more tips, tricks a ...…
 
If you realized how powerful your thoughts are, you would never think a negative thought. - Peace Pilgrim Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. Rain! Ugh, I was so happy this past week when I was able to get outside and train in warm weather! Then, the rains ...…
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with nutrition and wellness practitioner, Jennifer Scribner, about creating a non-toxic lifestyle. Many kids with ADHD have genetic polymorphisms like MTHFR that reduce the body's ability to detoxify effectively. A non-toxic lifestyle is important for all of us, but especially kids with ...…
 
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