Best childdevelopment podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Not Just Cute, the Podcast: Intentional Whole Child Development for Parents and Teachers of Young Children
 
Not Just Cute, the Podcast shares conversations about topics related to whole child development to support teachers and parents in serving young children. Hosted by Amanda Morgan.
 
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On this episode, I talk about Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism and how they are 2 different things. You can have Sensory Processing issues without having Autism. However, it is very uncommon to have Autism without Sensory Processing issues. Research Article: http://ac.els-cdn.com/S2213158213000776/1-s2.0-S2213158213000776-main.pdf?_tid=e4 ...…
 
A conversation with Tricia Lucas, Educational Director for Desert Sun Child Development Center in Chandler, AZ. Desert Sun Child Development Center is a NAEYC(National Association for the Education of Young Children) accredited program and a Quality First five-star rating program thru Arizona's First Things First program. Tricia shares her pers ...…
 
Franchise Business Radio - Public Relations, Marketing, Creative Services and Discovery Point Child Development CentersAmy Rosenberg, Director, KQ AtlantaKingdom Quality CommunicationsBorn from a desire to provide unparalleled quality, the KQ founders opened a full-service communications firm focused on offering top-notch public relations, mark ...…
 
Jack has worked with Compassion International for 20 years in a variety of HR functions, currently serving as the Senior Leadership and Engagement Consultant. His responsibilities include leadership training and strengths coaching, and leading the employee engagement initiatives.Founded in 1952, Compassion International is a Christian child dev ...…
 
On this episode, I discuss the topic of sleep in children with sensory processing issues. Many kids who have sensory issues will have a difficult time falling asleep, staying asleep, or both. I discuss some strategies to try when you have a child who has trouble sleeping due to sensory issues. Website: http://www.mymidwesttherapy.com/ Facebook: ...…
 
A fresh and practical guide to successfully managing children’s behaviour – from babies to young adults. Cathy Glass has been a foster carer for over 20 years, during this time fostering more than 50 children, as well as bringing up three of own. Many of these children have had severe behavioural difficulties and have come to Cathy as a last re ...…
 
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Connections with Renee Shaw
 
Renee's guest is Pikeville, Kentucky native Walter Gilliam, director of the Edward Zigler Center in Child Development and Social Policy and associate professor of Child Psychiatry and Psychology at the Child Study Center, Yale School of Medicine. Dr. Gilliam has done extensive research in early childhood education and intervention policy analys ...…
 
Mercedas has trained some of the best boxers in the world and now uses her skills to help kids, in the area of suicide prevention and other things, through her Counterpunch methods. She combines psychology and physicality to break down the barriers and communicate. Kind of like personal development while boxing. What you will learn in this epis ...…
 
On this episode I talk about what Interoception is, how the brain processes sensory information within the body, and some strategies to help with this. Visit my website to see some of the items discussed in the episode. http://www.mymidwesttherapy.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mymidwesttherapy/ email: allison@mymidwesttherapy.com Inst ...…
 
Download Podcast Overview What’s the biggest problem that you have ever encountered in running your business? Is it being unable to make enough sales? While every business owner is always concerned about their sales, this is not the only issue that you should set your focus on. Even if you are consistently hitting your monthly sales goals, othe ...…
 
On this episode I discuss issues with lead exposure to infants and toddlers. Lead poisoning even at low levels of lead exposure can cause a lower IQ and behavioral problems as well as other health concerns. How you can reduce the amount of lead exposure in your home and family environment as well. Research Article: Lead in food https://www.edf. ...…
 
Podcast moderator Femi Oke speaks with child development specialist Cassie Landers and Evelyn Margron, of Haitian Foundation Tipa Tipa, about integrating innovative playgrounds into Haitian schools.
 
As feminism migrates to the internet, full-spectrum doulas remain focused on life’s physically intimate relationships: between caregivers and patients, parents and pregnancy, individuals and their own bodies. They are committed to supporting a pregnancy no matter the outcome—whether it results in birth, abortion, miscarriage, or adoption—facing ...…
 
We dive into the pros and cons of working from home with chronic pain and mental illness. Joleen goes to the vet and Andy wonders, can cats be doctors? The wonderful Katie Lasky joins us and she and Andy share how they met and how their friendship came at just the right time. We discuss the insensitive things people say about suicide and the co ...…
 
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The Shameless Mom Academy | Motherhood | Parent | Lifestyle | Inspiration | Motivation | Education | Mother | Full Life | Life of Your Dreams
 
Jen Lumanlan is the host of the Your Parenting Mojo podcast, which distills scientific research on child development into a format that parents can actually use. She has done a TON of research on both child development and education, and also recently launched a course called Your Homeschooling Mojo, which helps parents to decide whether homesc ...…
 
On this episode, I discuss possible issues parents of kids with sensory processing disorders face in finding a diagnosis and getting their pediatrician and others on board. If you are in the Phoenix, AZ area a listener gave me the contact information for a place that can evaluate your child for sensory processing disorder. Here is the link for ...…
 
On this episode I discuss the risk of developing Cerebral Palsy in infants that are born prematurely or preterm. How cerebral palsy occurs is explained, as well as, what to look for in infants who are at risk for developing cerebral palsy. Research Article: Thygesen SK, Olsen M, Østergaard JR, etal. Respiratory distress syndrome in moderately l ...…
 
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Not Just Cute, the Podcast: Intentional Whole Child Development for Parents and Teachers of Young Children
 
Performance is the currency of education today. While assessments will always be important, I can't help but wonder about the overemphasis on performance to the detriment of real assessment, and ultimately our kids. Today I'm sharing a Second Read and also talking about some things I've observed lately that leave me scratching my head. You can ...…
 
Looking back on his teen years, Richard recalls a troubled, rebellious time. Bouncing around from home to home, and moving out on his own at 16, he had to drop out of school as he could no longer make ends meet. He did eventually return home, with new rules and guidelines in place, as well as a new appreciation for the art of surviving. Richard ...…
 
On this show I discuss the different types of brachial plexus injuries, what the brachial plexus is, and how the injuries can affect babies and toddlers. email: allison@mymidwesttherapy.com website: http://www.mymidwesttherapy.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mymidwesttherapy/ Research Article: Kinesio Arm Taping as Prophylaxis Against t ...…
 
Do you ever feel like you are the lone parent working to raise your kids? Are all of Dr. Leman's techniques great, except that you cannot figure out how to keep your cool, without letting sarcasm or anger sneak in? These are your questions and listen to find out Dr. Leman’s answers! LISTEN HERE Question #1: How can I convince my wife to educate ...…
 
Do you ever feel like you are the lone parent working to raise your kids? Are all of Dr. Leman's techniques great, except that you cannot figure out how to keep your cool, without letting sarcasm or anger sneak in? These are your questions and listen to find out Dr. Leman’s answers! LISTEN HERE Question #1: How can I convince my wife to educate ...…
 
Do you ever feel like you are the lone parent working to raise your kids? Are all of Dr. Leman's techniques great, except that you cannot figure out how to keep your cool, without letting sarcasm or anger sneak in? These are your questions and listen to find out Dr. Leman’s answers! LISTEN HERE Question #1: How can I convince my wife to educate ...…
 
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WE DON'T DIE® Radio Show with host Sandra Champlain
 
I met Maureen last month at the Arthur Findlay college in the UK and know you are going to love hearing from her. Like most of us, she was in search of answers and has not stopped learning. She has her Bachelor’s Degree in Child Development, Master’s in Education Administration, she’s a certified clinical Hypnotist, a medium, a healer and a tra ...…
 
On this episode I discuss what Occupational Therapy means and how we work with infants and toddlers. Differences between OT and OTA are explained. The hopeful future of this podcast is laid out for you! email: allison@mymidwesttherapy.com website: http://www.mymidwesttherapy.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mymidwesttherapy/ KU Occupatio ...…
 
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All In The Mind - ABC Radio National
 
Emerging theories of child development suggest that a babies have agency over their movements even in the womb, and that their actions help them to make sense of the world.
 
In the Gold Seat is Ben Newmarch!Ben is a full time model traveling the world for his different photo shoots but currently lives in Sydney, Australia. Off camera, Ben is working on his degree in early childhood and primary education with hopes to start a movement in all educational systems with his studies in the art of storytelling.I've called ...…
 
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TILT Parenting: Atypical | 2E | Gifted | ADHD | SPD | Asperger's
 
A conversation with author, child development expert, and media personality Dr. Robyn Silverman on helping our differently-wired children develop their character and recognize their strengths.Visit the show notes page at http://www.tiltparenting.com/session61
 
On this episode I discuss early intervention strategies and considerations for babies children with Down Syndrome. Information is presented about what low tone and laxity of joints are. Issues surrounding feeding, fine motor, gross motor, and cognitive skills are discussed. website: http://www.mymidwesttherapy.com/ facebook: https://www.faceboo ...…
 
Patrick J. Atkinson, founder and President of ITEMP, is also the founder and international executive director of The GOD’S CHILD Project and several other associated charities in the United States, Central America and Africa. Mr. Atkinson holds an MNM from Regis University and is on the faculty of three American universities. He has been named ...…
 
On this episode I discuss how our usual summer time activities can be beneficial for providing Proprioceptive and Vestibular Sensory stimulation for kids who need it. It will hopefully help you start to look at every day activities in a new way, from a sensory processing perspective. email: allison@mymidwesttherapy.com website: http://www.mymid ...…
 
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Daily Spark Podcast For Teachers & Entrepreneurs | Compare to #AskGaryVee, Smart Passive Income, Black Entrepreneur Blueprint, School of Greatness, Tim Ferriss Show, Freedom Fastlane, MFCEO Project, Entrepreneur On Fire (EOFire), Amy Porterfield,Art of Ch
 
Hi this Rosetta from Daily Spark. Welcome to an another episode of Daily Spark! Today on our show we have Valora Washington. She is the CEO of the Council for Professional Recognition. Throughout her career, Dr. Washington has co-created several institutions such as Michigan's Children, a statewide advocacy group, the Early Childhood Funders Co ...…
 
Need a mama recharge? Jennifer Waldburger’s voice is so soothing in this “mama and baby meditation" it'll work wonders for you with or without baby. Our recording together was perfectly timed for me because we've upped the ante on my bed rest. No more lifting anything, minimal physical movement, and they’ve taken away my car keys! This challeng ...…
 
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The Copywriter Club Podcast
 
Ken McCarthy, also known as the “World’s Most Secretive Copywriter” and “Mr. Internet,” is the guest for this episode of The Copywriter Club Podcast, jammed full of great advice for any copywriter who wants to grow beyond simply writing for clients. Ken may be the only guy who can talk about speed reading, the origins of the internet, Johnny Ro ...…
 
On this episode, I discuss issues and concerns related to siblings of kids with special needs. I shared an inspiring story on my facebook page about a set of twins where one had Autism and the other one did not. The discussion revolves around including all kids in the family as much as possible, and trying to balance giving your attention to ea ...…
 
On this episode I discuss developmental milestones in babies who are born premature or preterm, and how they could be affected by their premature birth. Medical complications are considered as well. website: http://www.mymidwesttherapy.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mymidwesttherapy/ email: allison@mymidwesttherapy.com Research Article ...…
 
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The Four Percent Podcast
 
Jeff and Austin go for a walk, back by popular demand. Within this episode - We go on a walk and start to talk about walking, the demands of it, what it means, and a few simple cues on how to walk better. We talk about Frans Bosch, the roles of eccentric and concentric contractions. A frequent topic of child development, and their choices to mo ...…
 
In this episode I discuss possible considerations for teachers to use with children in their classrooms. These ideas could benefit both kids with and without special needs. Strategies are given for ways to potentially increase their attention to tasks as well as help them be calm when being over active or “wound up”. Research Article: http://aj ...…
 
It’s Memorial Day, and the news from Montana is bad, the New York Times op-ed on Trump and child development is good, and the listener mail pile is the best. Photo by Jim Winstead Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons 00:00 - Welcome to Radio Dispatch00:30 - Happy Memorial Day06:06 - Morning John on Trump’s NATO speech24:25 - Trump’s not like a 4 year ...…
 
On this episode we take a look at a research study that determines what causes the most injuries to children under 3 years of age with regards to bottles, sippy cups, and pacifiers. Then, you get an Occupational Therapists perspective on teaching kids to drink from an open cup or straw cup when transitioning from bottle drinking. Research Study ...…
 
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