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"Connecting the Autism Community One Podcast at a Time" Our podcast offers a friendly conversation with inspiring individuals in the autism community. Our aim is to provide valuable insights and information as well as access to support in communities throughout the United States. Join us! Know an inspiring group or individual we should talk to? We would love to hear from you at allautismtalk@learnbehavioral.com
 
Supporting differently wired children can be both rewarding and challenging! Holly Blanc Moses, everyone's favorite behavior expert, shares her strategies to help children diagnosed with Autism and ADHD. If you want to learn how to effectively improve behavior, emotional health, social skills and academic performance, this podcast is for you.
 
Autism Aspergers. Hey I am Dan I’m autistic with a diagnosis of Aspergers Syndrome, I talk about life experience, help and tips for autistic individuals to feel motivated and inspired. Also talking everything Autism and ADHD WEEKLY! Subscribe for autism autism help! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theaspieworld/support
 
Autism Live is an interactive webshow providing support, resources, information, facts, entertainment and inspiration to parents, teachers and practitioners working with children on the Autism Spectrum. Viewers are encouraged to participate by asking questions of experts, offering suggestions for topics to be discussed and sharing progress their children have made
 
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Autism Weekly

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Autism Weekly

Alternative Behavior Strategies (ABS)

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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.
 
Spectrumly Speaking is the podcast dedicated to women on the autism spectrum, produced by Different Brains®. Every other week, join our hosts Haley Moss (an autism self-advocate, attorney, artist, and author) and Dr. Lori Butts (a licensed clinical and forensic psychologist, and licensed attorney) as they discuss topics and news stories, share personal stories, and interview some of the most fascinating voices from the autism community. Have a question or story for us? E-mail us at Spectruml ...
 
From corporate executive to nonprofit leader, Vicky Westra is sharing her own personal journey, and most important job, as the mother of an Autistic daughter. In her podcast “Shifting Perspectives on Autism,” Westra is calling people to join the shift to the “Green Zone,” moving away from a place of worry, anger and fear that often comes with living with a diagnosis of Autism to one of hope, positive expectation and joy. For more information, visit www.AutismShifts.org
 
The "pick me up" podcast for overwhelmed autism warrior moms who are looking to get their child and their life back. Done with wasting time & money on in-effective therapies, extreme autism diets, supplements, test and Biomed protocols? Ninka-Bernadette Mauritson turned her son's autism around in Nature.This podcast is where you find the holistic tools, mindset strategies, experts and success path she used to get him from stimming, sleepless nights, tantrums, chaos and no eye contact to a ne ...
 
Welcome to The Autism Dad podcast. Every Friday I bring you a new episode with an amazing guest and we take on topics that are relevant to your life. You will hear conversations about various parenting topics, mental health, autism, ADHD, technology, current events, and yes, sometimes even politics. It’s important to me that I approach these topics in a no-nonsense way and I don’t hide my views and opinions. I’m not afraid to take on sensitive topics and I talk about things, even when they a ...
 
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Moms Talk Autism Podcast

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Moms Talk Autism Podcast

Jody Warshawsky, Tash Dillmon, Jean Mayer, Shannon Korza, Brittney Crabt

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The Moms Talk Autism Podcast is for parents raising children with special needs. We are five moms who are connected because we are all raising children with autism and other neurodivergent brains. Navigating the world through a special needs child comes with challenges and struggles. The 5 of us moms talk about how to navigate those challenges. We discuss grief, school, family balance, siblings, therapies, social conversations, behaviors, delays, diagnosis’s advocating, and marriage. We may ...
 
Real talk with parents, professionals and Autism Advocates. Cindy is the mom of a son with profound Autism. She has one on one conversations with other parents who give their perspectives on raising children with Autism. She also interviews doctors, lawyers, therapists and even adults with Autism who can offer help to other parents of children on the Autism Spectrum. Cindy is the author of the children's book series: "Robbie's World and His SPECTRUM of Adventures!" about a little penguin wit ...
 
At the heart of what we do is an unwavering belief that growth is possible in the life of individuals with autism. This foundational belief comes from the latest autism research and our experience with thousands of cases where the child’s growth-seeking drive has been activated, making a way for the crucial parent-child Guiding Relationship to form and for Dynamic Intelligence to develop.
 
South Florida moms, Brenda and Kristi, candidly discuss MOTHERHOOD and AUTISM while balancing heels, cocktails, and meltdowns. They share the challenges and triumphs that define the parenting journey of their own special needs sons (autism spectrum disorder + CHRNA7 genetic duplication). Together, they provide community support and a lifeline to parents of newly diagnosed children, teens, and adults. Guests bring essential professional information to educate and empower families. The blondes ...
 
The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria is an interview-based show that features conversations with innovative scientists and practitioners in the field of Behavior Analysis. The podcast covers topics such as Autism, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Functional Communication Training, Verbal Behavior, and more!
 
Your hosts are Chris and Sandy Colter, the parents of Bryce, who share their autism journey with stories about their eight year old son who was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at age two. The podcast is designed to connect with families who have been touched by autism and people who want to learn more about their world. You'll learn all about how they deal with day to day challenges and how you might apply it to your own life. It also sheds light on the "Mommy and Daddy" perspectives ...
 
Welcome to the autismfamilystory podcast. This is a podcast for moms of kids on the autism spectrum and other special needs. In this podcast you will get to learn different strategies to help your own kids with autism which I have personally learned over the years in raising my son on the spectrum My name is Vidya Banerjee and I am so excited to have you on my podcast
 
Welcome to the Stories About Autism podcast, hosted by James Hunt, the dad of two autistic boys. Each week he'll be joined by a special guest, who will be telling their own story about autism. James will be talking to autistic adults, parents and family members of children with autism, and professionals who work with autistic individuals. In doing so he hopes to create a greater understanding of autism and show just how different and unique everybody in the autism community's story is. This ...
 
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Autism Toolkit Podcast

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Autism Toolkit Podcast

Julie Guy & Ann Leslie of NoteAbilities

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Autism professionals and parents discuss hands on techniques to work with children on the autism spectrum. Hosted by Julie Guy, a board-certified neurologic music therapist, and Ann Leslie a parent of a precocious autistic boy. Weekly guests include speech therapists, doctors, authors and specialists in the autism field. For more information visit our website: www.noteabilities.com.
 
Welcome to Adventures in Autism! This podcast was created as a safe place to come together and share our journeys with autism. Host, Megan Carranza, shares her family’s experience with her son, Logan, and speaks with a variety of incredible guests. From fellow autism parents, to siblings, to experts in the field and individuals on the spectrum themselves! It’s all about support and finding a sense of community. These are people who just “get it”. If you’re familiar with autism, then you know ...
 
Autism365 is a Podcast hosted by Shannah Fleming,who’s a single mother of 2 children(both boys) with Autism. The Podcast talks about the daily struggles we as parents and caregivers face while caring for our loved one's with Autism. It talks about learning how to cope with the silent battles we often face,while on this journey of the World of Autism,because of the fear of "Being Judged". My goal in creating this Podcast is to show people that We All go through,We are All human,No One is perf ...
 
Sue Larkey enlightens, and entertains with valuable insights into Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, ODD and PDA. Covering strategies from the Early Years to Teens Years and Beyond. To learn more about teaching or understanding ASD please visit my websites below. Australian website: https://suelarkey.com.au Rest of the world: https://www.autismspectrumelearning.com/ Join Sue as she shares simple yet effective tips, supports and strategies on a range of topics including social skills, communicat ...
 
From my neurodivergent family to yours. I'm Danielle Sullivan, a neurodiversity life coach and autistic parent with autistic and ADHD children. I'm here to help us all explore the world of neurodivergence. Neurodiverging episodes include stories and lessons from my life, deep dives into the traits and histories of ADHD and autism, and guest experts who talk about issues pertinent to ADHD and autistic folks in society. Welcome to Neurodiverging! Learn more on http://neurodiverging.com. Suppor ...
 
Investigating autistic presence and expression on film and TV. We push beyond the obvious and seek out autistic themes and concerns in films from across the cinematic spectrum. We consider the ethics of performing autism, while also celebrating the autistic pleasures offered by the camerawork and the soundscapes. We delve into the works of cult directors who have hit upon an autistic way-of-seeing, perhaps without ever intending to. We entertain new possibilites for re-thinking beloved films ...
 
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
 
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Kelly Mahler, OTD, OTR/L talks interoception in this episode. She defines what interoception is and why it’s so important to be aware of. Kelly shares how this affects self-regulation and how educators and caregivers can help individuals co-regulate. Kelly’s website: https://www.kelly-mahler.com/ Click here to find out more info about The Autism He…
 
IEP or individualized education plan are oftentimes considered a four-letter word in the autism and special needs community. In this episode, I briefly explain what an IEP is and why they're important, before hearing from my guest today. Dennis Procopio is back and this time he's sharing stories from the recent IEP meeting for his son. Sometimes it…
 
The greatest stories happen when you realize why you need to Get Up and change your course...especially when doing so can influence and serve others. If you’re looking to gain peace or to gain the confidence to continue, this episode is for you! So many of us are dealing with stress and anxiety when parenting our children with autism. That’s why I …
 
There's a lot to consider when it comes to siblings - time, energy, finances, jealousy, responsibility, increased feelings of protection and more depressive symptoms. Don't miss this important episode! ABOUT HOLLY ABOUT TARA Parents - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Therapists - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Educators - Get your fre…
 
Today I’m chatting with mom and fellow podcaster, Megan Champion. Megan shares her journey with raising a neurodiverse child. From the time her son was a baby, Megan had noticed differences between him and his twin sister. It wasn’t until toddlerhood that those differences became concerning. Megan sought out therapy for him and many of her concerns…
 
2 BCBAs discussing the similarity between raising a child with ASD in India and Iran! Tune in as we discuss a study by Pirani et al. Faraji-Khiavi, F., Zahiri, M., Amiri, E., Dindamal, B., & Pirani, N. (2021). The experiences of families raising autistic children: A phenomenological study. Journal of education and health promotion, 10, 78. https://…
 
Here are 5 traits of high functioning autism that you can identify easy in some one.First off it should be noted that there is no real high functioning autism level there is only the autism spectrum disorders.That being said some people still think of it as being a high functioning form of autism.Here are five ways you can see autism traits in some…
 
Join the hosts of the Disorderly Blondes as they dish on some of the memorable blonde moments of their SUPER popular autism parent podcast. They laugh; they cry (from laughing). Brenda & Kristi toast their favorite guests of the past four seasons and roast their own podcasting (and autism parenting) skills alike. Want more inside scoop and early re…
 
Megan Carranza from Adventures In Autism Podcast joins us in a conversation about the holidays. How they change after an autism diagnosis. We talk about that one moment when we realized the holidays are now different. Just like our lives are. Say hello to Megan Listen to Megans Podcast; Adventures in Autism iPhone Aventures in Autism Android Follow…
 
Published in September 2021, Navigating Autism: 9 Mindsets for Helping Kids on the Spectrum by Temple Grandin and Debra Moore offers a positive approach to supporting young autistics. I can see my daughters and myself in some of the passages. The research citations appeal to my desire for evidence, too. Like most autistics and parents, I rarely agr…
 
Stephanie is the mother of three children and she received the official diagnosis of Autism for her daughter at the age of six. Like many who share this journey, Stephanie spent several years in the not so good feeling place that we call the “Red Zone.” However, one day, Stephanie decided to take her children on a trip and get away from it all. Whi…
 
Mandy Mason's road to discovering Behavior Analysis is a little different than most of my guests. When her daughter was diagnosed with Autism, she literally traveled the globe to find out how best to help her. I don't want to spoil the story too much, but what I will say is that Mandy's search for an effective treatment changed not only her daughte…
 
Heidi is the author of the book "You Just Have To Love Me" about her journey with her Autistic son. In this episode she talks about Ethan's diagnosis and early education. He was in a school that only used ABA therapy, so they secretly took him to other therapies for speech and OT. She also tried many other alternative therapies to try to "cure" his…
 
Normal is Lie: Doing Life Differently as a Special Needs Parent We are taking you to “Church” this week! In this episode, we draw the distinctions of The Family Systems Theory and how it is a harmful model in setting the pace or standard for family life. The prototype of the family when there is a child with a disability, it’s much different. That …
 
We are on a roll with role models at the moment!! Did you listen to last week’s podcast on why it’s so important to have role models with lived experience – check it out here. One of my biggest role models is Dean Beadle, an autistic speaker and trainer. Dean is a proud promoter of the autistic voice, encouraging and empowering other autistic peopl…
 
On this week's episode of Let's Talk Autism, our hosts Shannon and Nancy discuss autism news from the CDC about Autism Prevalence, an article from Fox news about a girl with autism committing suicide and another article from Hellomagazine.com about Paddy and Christine McGuinness before reviewing toys that won the sensory toy award in the Autism Liv…
 
4:30 Autism News - Paddy and Christine McGuinness reveal they 'hardly let anyone in the house' before children's autism diagnosis 7:46 Autism News - Autism Prevalence Higher in CDC’s ADDM Network 21:34 What makes it more challenging for parents is that the child has difficulty communicating due to brain processing difficulties and limited language …
 
This week we welcome Dr. Stewart Pisecco to the podcast to talk with us about the ins and outs of modifying challenging behaviors and how parents can support behavior change in their children. Dr. Pisecco began his career at the University of Houston where he was a tenured professor in the department of educational psychology. He left the world of …
 
Barry and Dave welcome Scott Steindorff, a highly accomplished international television and film producer and writer. In their riveting discussion, Scott shares the many challenges he faced in life resulting from his autism and ADHD, especially in the early years. He describes the torment he experienced as he was misunderstood and misdiagnosed by p…
 
Our very own Shannon Penrod discusses Working Memory for the jargon of the day before reviewing the Educational Toy Winners from this year's Autism Live gift and Toy Guide! Shannon reviews the Vtech sit to stand, PreSchool, School-Aged, Tween/Teen, Adult and Caregiver. You don't want to miss this one! Links below! https://www.autismnetwork.com/toy-…
 
In our last episode (listen here), I talked about my neurodiverse family’s experience homeschooling during the pandemic and why it’s working for us. But I have complex feelings about homeschooling, so today I’m discussing my concerns, why I think disabled kids should be integrated into conventional classrooms, and why pulling disabled students out …
 
In this episode we meet Enda Dodd, CEO of Animated Language Learning. Having occupied senior global leadership positions within the medical device industry for 20 years, Enda founded and incorporated Animated Language Learning in 2012. Enda initiated a fundamentally new and effective research approach to the treatment of paediatric neurological dis…
 
Welcome to Episode 76 of Autism Parenting Secrets. This episode focuses on the very important topic of self-care for the parent. There are many ways that a parent can take care of their mind and body. Diet, exercise, breathing exercises and mindfulness… just to name a few. But nothing is more important than sleep. Specifically, improving sleep qual…
 
Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh BCBA-D answers questions from our viewers about ADHD, Diet, Biomedical Treatment and much more! Tune in and check it out! https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen? https://www.autismnetwork.com/categor... https://www.autismnetwork.com/toy-guide/ 13:29 Please share your reviews about therapeutic listening for the children with auti…
 
Sarah Selvaggi Hernandez is an occupational therapist and educator working to promote an intentional identity-first approach to autism and OT. She’s also a mother to three neurodiverse children. In this episode, we explore Sarah’s experiences as an autistic mother, the types of supports that help her thrive in her daily routines, and her own proces…
 
Autism is a spectrum disorder. 1 in 54 children today are diagnosed with autism. No 2 children on the spectrum are alike. The first signs of autism start showing when the child turns 18 months of age. Early Intervention is very crucial for children with autism.There are many myths about Autism In this episode I will be busting 10 common Autism Myth…
 
Podcast Episode 0078, Season 5, Episode 9; 30 November 2021 Scott Frasard discusses Running for Autism, a project of the Ordinary Marathoner Foundation. Dr. Frasard lives in Pflugerville (Austin), TX and is an avid runner/triathlete of almost 10 years. He is a certified Race Director and ran a company that produced virtual running events to raise m…
 
Today, we sit down with Sam Crane, the legal director of the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network, to discuss guardianship and its superior alternative: supported decision making. Sam takes us way back to Ancient Rome to the roots of guardianship, all the way through present day cases like Britney Spears and Nichelle Nichols. Guardianship is often for li…
 
In this Episode(Episode5), I discuss some of the issues I’ve encountered with family,friends,peers,etc when it comes to my children and the way I handle things as the “Parent”. People tend to have a lot of opinions about Your life,even though it may Not even have anything to do with theirs. What’s your take? How do you respond to people’s opinions …
 
Our host Shannon Penrod Discusses Self-Regulation for the jargon of the day before getting into the question of the day and the topic of the week! After that, if giving you a guide to buying sensory toys wasn’t enough, our very own Shannon Penrod is going to review the award winners from this year’s toy guide! Starting with Math Wizard and the Secr…
 
Our host Shannon Penrod Discusses Self-Regulation for the jargon of the day before getting into the question of the day and the topic of the week! After that, if giving you a guide to buying sensory toys wasn’t enough, our very own Shannon Penrod is going to review the award winners from this year’s toy guide! Starting with Math Wizard and the Secr…
 
Heather Hoeft, TAH Blogger and Preschool teacher, shares why play is important, what skills you can work on during play, and how to incorporate play into your classroom. Let’s dive into why play is so essential to build rapport and teach new skills. Heather walks through types of skills you can work on with play in the areas of language development…
 
Today we talked about trusting others to care for our autistic children. Whether family members, teachers or therapists. We talked about how we can gain that trust and also how to let go of our fears and find confidence in others. We hope you'll gain better insight into why we are sometimes stuck in wanting to control situations involving our kids.…
 
Role models are so important for promoting understanding, especially for children. I have found that hearing from someone with lived experience, and seeing what they have achieved can be so empowering for the kids I know. Do you think it can help you too? For more on lived experience, check out Podcast Episode 115. Looking to do some holiday readin…
 
Do you have piles of self-help books that didn’t work? It’s not you! Have you heard that things happen for a reason? Is that a) a scientific fact, b) a spiritual concept, c) something people say when things go terribly wrong. You may have heard you can find true, lasting, mind-blowing love by following simple self-help advice. Are you buying it? Ma…
 
On this Episode#3,I was venting explaining the worries I as the mother face daily when thinking about my children(mainly my oldest,right now).I expressed how the world may think my life is,is in reality;totally "opposite",and they have no clue!Comment below and Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE! Support the show (https://paypal.me/Autism365?country.x=US&lo…
 
During this Episode I Interviewed my 14 year old nephew Torrie,who also has Autism.We discussed some of his favorite things to do,his favorite subjects,and also discussed how he deals with being bullied at school.Comment below and Don’t forget to SUBSCRIBE! Support the show (https://paypal.me/Autism365?country.x=US&local.x=en_US)…
 
A lot of people think there's this continuum of dynamic on one end and static on the other, where you got this opposite... That sort of the opposite of static, and it's not at all. On the one end, you've got static, but on the other end you've got chaotic or random. And that's what systems theories tell us, and there are two very important ways in …
 
In this episode, we welcome Laurie Bowen to talk with us about the awesome ways art can be used as a communication tool. Artistic expression is a great way to share feelings, ideas, and a worldview that might be different as well as showcase strengths. Today’s guest is the associate director of the Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism at Utah Valley U…
 
After a long break, Simon sits down with Atlanta comedian, showrunner, and dyslexia practitioner Haylie Montgomery (@HaylieComedy) who talks about receiving an early diagnosis of dyslexia and how it affects her views on the world and her successful professional life helping children learn effective reading and writing strategies. Her company is cal…
 
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