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In this episode Victoria discusses calm packs, which are one of her favourite strategies for reducing the anxiety levels of children and young people. She explains the right time to use them, and the contents you should put in them to enhance their power. If you are trying to reduce Meltdowns, especially when you are out and about these are a g ...…
 
In this episode Victoria talks about how you as a parent can teach social skills to your child at home, using a simple structured format. She goes through the method she uses with young people and talks about her own experiences as a parent of teaching social skills and the importance of being ahead of the game. As with all the Podcasts in this ...…
 
Have you considered adding an assistance dog to your team of support? Assistance dogs can bring independence, safety, comfort, dignity, companionship, (and cuteness) to the special needs team. The process is quite lengthy and choosing the right organization is important. Paws with a Cause has been training assistance dogs for those with disabil ...…
 
Guests: Marc Petz- Teacher (Student-Made Virtual Reality App for Autism) Maxine Rosaler- Author, "Queen for a Day"- An Autism Mom Novel Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen (Rewind) Let's Talk Autism In the News Viewer Question
 
In this episode Victoria tackles why the system so often doesn't work for children and young people on the spectrum, whilst helping parents navigate through the minefield of working with the professionals involved. If you are fed up of not being listened to, frustrated that no one seems to recognise that you no your child better than they do an ...…
 
In this episode Victoria talks about how girls with High Functioning Autism, Pathological Demand Avoidance and Asperger's Syndrome are so often missed of the radar both in terms of diagnosis and support. She discusses her own red flags which make her want to investigate further, and strategies that can particularly help girls become more confid ...…
 
We have seen too many stories on the news of cameras and other recording devices documenting poor treatment or abuse of special needs individuals. Would placement of recording devices in the spaces individuals with disabilities are receiving services help protect this vulnerable population? If, yes, then why isn't it being done and how can that ...…
 
Guests: Conor Hanney- Netflix writer, director of "Best Buddies" the neurodiverse musical "Dancin' Dan" Watt- Ballet for All Kids Camp Ed (Ed Asner Family Center)- Summer Camp for all needs Segments: Jargon of the Day Viewer Questions
 
Guests: Howie Hoffman- Exceptional Minds (VFX/Animation Studio for those on the Spectrum) Amy Schuiteboer- Teaching Toward Employment (School Improvement Specialist) Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen (rewind) Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
In this episode Victoria talks about how things change at the end of the summer term in schools and how you can prepare your child for those changes. From simple strategies you can apply here and now at home, to ideas you can talk to your child's teacher about implementing at school - this is an episode that will give you the confidence to know ...…
 
In this episode Victoria provides step by step instructions to those wanting to help their child to recognise emotions. She explains not only how to help children label abstract emotions, but how to aid them to recognise when their own emotions are building. As with all the Podcasts in this show, the strategies given aren't just theoretical - i ...…
 
This episode is a must listen from beginning to end for parents, educators, and providers of individuals with disabilities. Restraining someone against their will or placing them in an area of seclusion where they can not get out are still widely used methods in the special needs community. Why? Today’s episode addresses this question. Click he ...…
 
Guests: Joey and Caroline Frye- ARTism (Personalized art by a young talent on the spectrum) Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
In this episode Victoria discusses what parents need to start doing now to ensure that their child is ready for transition into their next class at the end of this term. She discusses both time lines and transition activities, as well as discussing why these are so important for children with autism. If you have a child with High Functioning Au ...…
 
In this episode Victoria tackles the controversial subject of children with autism that mask in one area of their lives. She discusses the fact that parents are all too often blamed for their difficulties, whilst arming you with the tools you need to get them the support they need both at home and at school to be #UNIQUEANDSUCCESSFUL. As with a ...…
 
Wandering and elopement are stressful and scary scenarios that, unfortunately, can end tragically. Emily Diamond, a professor, and researcher at the Wright Institute in Berkeley joins us to provide ways parents can take a proactive approach of putting plans in place so that our loved one with disabilities can be found quickly should he or she g ...…
 
Guests: Haley Moss- Lady Boss on the Spectrum (artist, writer, law grad, advocate) Vince Redmond, MFT- Siblings & Autism (Tips) Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
In this episode Victoria discusses why rewards are important for young people with Autism, whilst also recognising how easy it is for them not to work especially with young people with Pathological Demand Avoidance. She talks about common pitfalls people make, when establishing reward schemes and about more general reasons they fail. Don't pani ...…
 
Guests: Dave Hershberger- TouchChat (Communication App for Non-Verbal) Yadira Calderon- Autism: The Happy Kingdom (autism/dyslexia mom, author, blogger) Rob Behr- Autism in the Corporate World Segments: Ask an Autism Expert- BCBA Melissa Dutot Mindful Thursday Jargon of the Day
 
Guests: Molly Fuller- Sensory Clothes for Autism Jennifer Schmidt- Author, Educator- PEERspective teaching Segments: Ask Evelyn Kung (CARD Clinical Director) Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
When 911 is called and an individual with special needs is on the scene, it can be at best confusing and at worse fatal. It is important for caregivers and providers to prepare in advance. Dennis Debbbaudt has spent over 25 years providing training for first responders who may come into contact with individuals who have autism and disabilities. ...…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Talking Autism: Parenting Your Unique Child! Victoria is an Autism Specialist Teacher with over 20 years experience of working with children and young people on the Spectrum, and the mum of a daughter with Asperger's Syndrome. Talking Autism: Parenting Your Unique Child is weekly show that focuses on strategies a ...…
 
In this episode Victoria discusses why it's important to look beyond a diagnosis of Autism or Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) to find the strategy that is right for the individual. She focuses on different ways that parents can reduce the demands they place on their children whilst keeping their expectations high. From looking at the way re ...…
 
Identifying and recovering from trauma can be complicated for our loved one with special needs. There are only a handful of professionals in the country providing therapy for individuals with disabilities who have experienced trauma. Dr. Daniel Hoover of the Kennedy Krieger Institute (a partner of John Hopkins School of Medicine) is one of them ...…
 
Guests: Spectrum Laboratory Mentors and Students- "SpecFest 2018" (Music, Movies, and more by artists on the spectrum!) Segments: Jargon of the Day Ask an Autism Expert (Nanette Pfeiffer) Legal Support with Bonnie Yates Autism in the Classroom
 
Guest: Elaine Hall- The Miracle Project (185 Wilshire- A Play About Love) Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
Guest: George Steeves- Magic 8 Ball- My Life with Asperger's (One-Man-Show) Segments: Red-Carpet Interviews- AutFest (Good Doctor Cast, Atypical Cast, Power Rangers Cast) Jargon of the Day Legal Support with Bonnie Yates Viewer Questions
 
Guests: Debbie Major- Zylofone Art Studios for Special Needs Vince Redmond, MFT- Prepping for Summer! Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
Guests: Coby Bird- The Good Doctor (WITH SHANNON's MOUTH TAPED SHUT) Matt Asner- AutFest Film Festival Segments: Jargon of the Day Legal Support with Bonnie Yates Viewer Questions
 
Guests: Tory Ridgeway- Teen Eagle Scout and Buddy Bench Creator Lois Jean Brady & Matthew Guggemos- InnerVoice- The Avatar App for Teaching Communication! Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
Guest: Luis Tirado- Autistic Artist/Actor/Singer Speaker (Epic Luis Art) Segments: Jargon of the Day Legal Support with Bonnie Yates Mindful Thursday
 
Guests: Amanda Lamberti- ONEHOPE Wine for Autism Jonathan Carlander- "Autistic America" (Filmmaker on the Spectrum) Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
Segments: Autism Jargon Ask an Autism Expert (Deidra King, CARD BCBA) Mindful Thursday Guest: Dina Kimmel- Rocking the Spectrum, 2018 Rock Walk and Resource Fair
 
Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen (Birthday Special) Let's Talk Autism In the News Guests: Hamish Finlayson- World's Youngest App Developer on the Spectrum Kyndal Gary- Teen Children's book author on the Spectrum
 
Should we embrace our quirks and be ourselves, or should we try a little harder to "fit in" with everyone else? For a highly sensitive person, this dilemma is the daily struggle. Most of the time we find ourselves apologizing for who we are, and it can leave us feeling a bit alienated and lonely. Sometimes, however, it's fun to just shine the s ...…
 
Segments: Autism Jargon Ask an Autism Expert (Victoria Hinojosa from CARD) Legal Support with Bonnie Yates Guest: Kerrie Mallory-Thompson- Arizona Autism Network, Autism Mom
 
Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen- DSM V Diagnosis Let's Talk Autism In the News Guest: Natasha Barber- Autism Moms Know Safety (Free Safety Kit and Info!)
 
Join Temple Grandin, Anita Lesko, Joanne Lara, Matt and Navah Asner, Kameena Ballard-Dawkins, and more to celebrate World Autism Awareness Day!
 
Season #1 of the LOMAH podcast has come to an end. Before moving along to season #2, we share lessons from the last year and follow up on past guests. Shownotes at https://www.lomah.org/podcast/35
 
Students with special needs are entitled to a fair and appropriate education, commonly called FAPE. Sometimes parents idea of FAPE differ from the school district and can be met with resistance. In today's episode, we share 5 steps to take before presenting your idea to the IEP team. We also veer off topic to discuss: The importance of being ag ...…
 
Annette Musso began an alternative form of education for her son with autism during the elementary school years that is a twist on homeschooling. We cover this “homeschooling twist” in two episodes. Episode #33 reveals what it is and how it came to be, and in episode #34 we go into practical tips in partnering with the school district to craft ...…
 
Applied Behavioral Services is a school in the Midwest who, for 20 years, has been working with students that have autism or related disorders. They currently serve over 250 special needs students and 35 school districts per day. In this episode, we will be inspired to blaze trails that do not already exist for our children with special needs. ...…
 
Guests: Tom Iland- "Come to Life!" Author/Advocate/Speaker on the Spectrum Lauren Faith- CARD BCBA/Project Manager (Ask an Autism Expert!) Segments: Jargon of the Day Mindful Thursday Viewer Questions Ask an Autism Expert
 
Guest: Stephen Gaiber- The Autistic Traveler (plus series debut!) Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen Let's Talk Autism In the News The Autistic Traveler- LA Travel and Adventure Show
 
"Falling off the cliff" refers to what happens to young adults with special needs upon exiting the school system and losing services that were once readily available. One of the most important things that can be done to prepare for the shift in services is focus on the Individualized Transition Plan which is a federally mandated document guidin ...…
 
Guests: Ask an Autism Expert- Kameron Elenz-Martin, CARD Clinical Manager Dana Drexler Aghassi- We Rock the Spectrum Kid's Gym (Agoura Hills Chapter) Segments: Jargon of the Day Legal/IEP Support with Special Ed Attny Bonnie Yates
 
Guests: Jackie MacDougall- Forty Thrive (Thriving after 40!) Vince Redmond, MFT- CARD Family Services (Benefits of Center Based Services) Segments: Ask Dr. Doreen (Throwback) Let's Talk Autism In the News
 
Are you afraid of making a wrong decision? Do you feel like you often overthink choices? On this episode of HSP SOS, Michelle and The Captain discuss something called analysis paralysis. They explain how many highly sensitive persons find it challenging to commit to a plan of action, and how choice overload can be overwhelming for HSPs. They sh ...…
 
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