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Bringing Up Betty | True Tales of Special Needs Parenting
 
Bringing Up Betty is a podcast about the unique experiences that come with raising special needs kids. The podcast is a collection of narrative interviews with parents who are raising children with disabilities, developmental delays, diseases and other challenges.
 
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SensoryNanny
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Sensory Nanny is now a part of The FlyLady Network. You can still download previous archived episodes here. For future shows please go to www.blogtalkradio.com/flylady
 
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Stronger Every Day podcast - Portland Roots Media
 
I quit my law job to be a stay-at-home dad with my kids. Turns out my daughter Tess has special needs. She's different. And now, so is everything else.
 
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Discussion Podcast: Scherzer and Newton
 
Global perspective on early diagnosis and intervention for children with developmental delays and disabilities
 
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VB-MAPP
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The VB-MAPP App is the only iPAd app that facilitates conducting the VB-MAPP assessment, an industry standard for treatment of children as well as adults with developmental delays.
 
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Health Professional Radio - Podcast
 
#NSWRFS #privatehealthinsurance #KoolendeVriessyndrome #MCRINew South Wales paramedics are bracing for a busy day as the state swelters through scorching summer conditions, with total fire bans declared for three regions including Sydney. Temperatures are tipped to exceed 40 degrees Celsius on Wednesday in several parts of NSW but a southerly c ...…
 
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Inspiring life despite a diagnosis
 
Kayla and Josh started realizing that their son Parker was falling behind in his development. They went to a geneticist, and through genetic testing Parker was diagnosed with ADNP syndrome- a genetic mutation which can include developmental delays, Autism, and distinct facial features. At the time, he was the 85th person to have been diagnosed ...…
 
TCAPSLoop Weekly Episode 25...Coding with John Velis Sorry about the delay in production and audio artifacts as we experiment with new techniques in post-production. We will have next weeks podcast out on time! But this one is worth the wait as we discuss coding with Northwestern Michigan College Instructor John Velis. John shares some great id ...…
 
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ADOPTION NOW - Telling Your Adoption Story
 
Today on the podcast, we are so excited to feature Renee Hettich’s story of her experience adopting 4 children internationally. One of her children is from Guatemala, and three of them are from China, our first Chinese adoption story on the podcast! Renee shares how none of the four adoptions went exactly according to plan, with undisclosed hea ...…
 
On this episode, Doug talks to his friends Christy and Todd Wilkens. They live just outside Austin, TX and have six children, the youngest of which, Oscar, suffers from seizures and developmental delays. Dealing with it has brought the obvious challenges, which Christy recounts in her excellent blog "Faithful, Not Successful". On this show, the ...…
 
Today's episode is a follow up from my finding out my child has autism podcast. I will be discussing some of the differences of raising kids together where one has autism and the others seeming do not. There are things now that my youngest kids(twins) do that I didn't realize you did at that age because my oldest daughter had a developmental de ...…
 
In this episode of LMScast with Chris Badgett of LifterLMS we discuss creating a brand and online courses in the health field with mind scientist Dr. Charles Parker from Core Brain Journal. Charles operates in the field of mind science. They discuss building a brand in the health world and operating in a new field of medicine. Having a way to t ...…
 
Arthroscopic meniscal surgery (1:10), developmental delay (2:10), drug prices (6:00), insomnia (9:50), and acupuncture for migraine prevention (12:10).
 
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Marietta Stories | Crazy cool stories from the community builders of Marietta, Georgia
 
Aimee Wilson’s life changed shortly after the birth of their 4th child, 3 years ago. Aimee recalls the moment in the hospital when most people left the room and the rest got quiet. The days after his diagnosis, were touch and go, but Aimee discovered that there was hope. A group of dedicated caregivers gave her support — practical therapies she ...…
 
Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP as she discusses the variances in play we see among young children with developmental delays. We'll also spend the last half of the show talking about my 10 favorite ways to play with cars!
 
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Marietta Stories | Crazy cool stories from the community builders of Marietta, Georgia
 
When she was 15 years old, Claire Harvey taught a child with autism in her gymnastic class. It was then and there she dedicated her life to occupational therapy, diagnosing movement problems and teaching parents how to help their children through their challenges. She also learned to listen and find that unique way to reach each client. Claire ...…
 
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Brain Coach Tips – Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network
 
The label of autism can strike fear in the heart of any parent. One of the most confusing aspects of autism is how the level of functional ability can vary to the extremes. This wide array of the effects has caused people to refer to this as a “spectrum disorder” or refer the individual as being on the Autism Spectrum. If you are anything like ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Devon Coughlin meets with special guest Erica Hunter, a certified holistic health coach and founder of Now Health and Wellness, to discuss her personal journey with helping her son overcome developmental delays. Erica received her training as a Holistic Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition. During her t ...…
 
Jane Squires, Ph.D., is a professor in special education, with research interests focused on early intervention and early childhood special education (EI/ECSE)--specifically screening, assessment, and early identification of developmental delays. She also focuses on personnel development and effective EI/ECSE practices. She has served as princi ...…
 
Child development is something every parent is concerned about - we all want our children to be the best! As with many health-related issues, we often wait until something is wrong before seeking help. When we wait until school age tests to be certain how our child is developing, it's often past the critical period to be able to see the biggest ...…
 
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Counselor Toolbox - Addiction, Counseling, and Mental Health Continuing Education | Recovery | Relationships | Clinical | Psychology | Family | Social Work | Mindfulness | CEUs | AllCEUs | By Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes
 
Trauma Focused CBT Part 1 Treating Trauma and Traumatic Grief in Children & Adolescents Objectives ~ Define Trauma Focused CBT ~ Explore the components of Trauma Focused CBT and their intended functions ~ Explore ways to use TF-CBT with adult clients Facts about TF-CBT ~ Works for children who have experienced any trauma, including multiple tra ...…
 
The medical community has an obligation to protect vulnerable populations, speaking up for any group that may not be able to advocate for themselves, and patients with Down, Turner, and Williams syndrome certainly fall into this category. Yet one facet of their health – one that could vastly improve quality of life – often goes overlooked. Ther ...…
 
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From Heartache To Joy - With Eram Saeed
 
This is your opportunity to experience the power of the iZone Healing system... And it's completely unique. There's literally nothing else like it in the world! Healing for any and all issues like: Chronic fatigue, depression, anxiety, abundance, relationships, allergies, chronic pain, new career and the list just goes on...... Michael is an ad ...…
 
I’m so honored and excited to bring you this Episode #18 of the Mother’s Quest Podcast with a very special guest, my own son Ryan Neale. One of the great lessons I’ve learned is the importance of marking milestones and honoring endings so that you can thoughtfully open a new chapter. As Ryan approaches his bar mitzvah in April, becoming a “Jewi ...…
 
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Purpose Up Podcast: Purpose | Inspiration | Leadership | Service
 
Alyssa Cesarini is disrupting the nanny industry with her approach to evaluating, training and placing nannies. As a former nanny herself, a child psychology major and having received a Masters in Counseling, Alyssa is uniquely qualified to understand the needs of children, parents and nannies. She is on a mission to find the right nanny for a ...…
 
Alyssa was told her unborn baby had less than a one percent chance of surviving until birth. And if he did, he would have no quality of life.Will is now 1 year old, and has been diagnosed with Aplasia Cutis Congenita. He has surpassed all expectations and predictions he was given.
 
On this episode of the Health and Wellness show we take another look into the vaccine issue. The public believes that vaccines are specified viruses in sterile solutions free from undesirable contaminants. The stark reality is much different! Don't expect the mainstream media, health authorities, doctors or government agencies to to give you al ...…
 
On this episode of the Health and Wellness show we take another look into the vaccine issue. The public believes that vaccines are specified viruses in sterile solutions free from undesirable contaminants. The stark reality is much different! Don't expect the mainstream media, health authorities, doctors or government agencies to to give you al ...…
 
Addiction often causes emotional and developmental delays in individuals, which affects their functioning in society. Cathy and Angie will discuss the impact addiction has on the individual’s development, as well as emotional maturity. Content provided by Retreat at Lancaster County.
 
Some close-quarter flying in the wake of a jet has provided new insights on reducing aircraft pollution. We fly beyond Earth to hunt down exoplanets that had falsely been deemed too cold for life as our definition of the habitable zone changes. Karen Schoonbee reports from Cape Town on the growing problem of women using crystal meth – known loc ...…
 
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The Science Hour
 
Some close-quarter flying in the wake of a jet has provided new insights on reducing aircraft pollution. We fly beyond Earth to hunt down exoplanets that had falsely been deemed too cold for life as our definition of the habitable zone changes. Karen Schoonbee reports from Cape Town on the growing problem of women using crystal meth known local ...…
 
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The Science Hour
 
Some close-quarter flying in the wake of a jet has provided new insights on reducing aircraft pollution. We fly beyond Earth to hunt down exoplanets that had falsely been deemed too cold for life as our definition of the habitable zone changes. Karen Schoonbee reports from Cape Town on the growing problem of women using crystal meth known local ...…
 
When Milo Lorentzen was born, concerns over his condition sent him to a neonatal intensive care unit where he spent the first ten days of his life. It began a medical and diagnostic odyssey for him and his parents. After six surgeries and undiagnosed global developmental delays, doctors identified a de novo gene mutation to his KDM1A/LSD1 gene ...…
 
This week my mentor Dr Steve Tullius and I get down to the nitty gritty with an in-depth conversation about cognitive delays, sensory processing disorders and autism. This episode is an important one for parents who struggle day in and day out making sense of their childrens’ developmental challenges with content that is close to my heart. Give ...…
 
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The Empowered Parent Podcast
 
Chris, Kayla, and Ryan answer some listener questions about struggles at nap time, whether their child's behavior is trauma-related or a developmental delay, and resources for play with our kids. Tapestry: Web | Facebook | Twitter Empowered to Connect: Web | Facebook | Twitter Intro/Outro Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere…
 
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Tapestry's Empowered to Connect Podcast
 
Chris, Kayla, and Ryan answer some listener questions about struggles at nap time, whether their child's behavior is trauma-related or a developmental delay, and resources for play with our kids. Tapestry: Web | Facebook | Twitter Empowered to Connect: Web | Facebook | Twitter Intro/Outro Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere…
 
The standardized guidelines developed for the diagnosis of autism actually involve two levels of screening for autism. Level one screening, which should be performed for all children seeing a doctor for well-child checkups during their first two years of life. The second level of screening should be performed if a child is identified in the fir ...…
 
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Shrink2Shrink's podcast
 
Colleen & Courtney tackle assassins, autism, sibling differences, social awkwardness and corporate greed! It’s all in this episode of Shrink 2 Shrink on Film – We explore the movie The Accountant – between #BenAffleck, #JohnLithgow, #JeffreyTambor, and #AnnaKendrick, there is great acting, but more importantly for us here at S2S, there are many ...…
 
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