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In candid interviews with Bruce McAvaney, Australian Olympians reveal what happens when there are no personal bests left to chase and what, if anything, replaces the euphoria of elite sport. They’ll share the highs and lows, the glory and heartbreak, not just of sport but life itself, in a powerful interview that goes far beyond the Games.
 
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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.
 
Thomas Alan Waits (Pomona, California, 7 de diciembre de 1949), más conocido como Tom Waits, es un músico, cantante, compositor y actorestadounidense, famoso por sus canciones de tono áspero, inspiradas en escritores como Charles Bukowski y algunos de la generación beat, en especial Jack Kerouac. Waits tiene una voz distintiva, descrita por el crítico musical Daniel Durchholz como «si hubiese sido sumergida en un depósito de bourbon, ahumada durante unos meses, y luego llevada afuera y aplas ...
 
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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…
 
The At Issue panel discusses what a return to a hybrid model of Parliament would look like and whether it is enough to hold the government accountable. Plus, the panellists talk about the emergency in B.C. and what it means for the government's conversation about climate change.
 
Each person with autism is unique. They have unique skills, strengths, and levels of support needed. So, how is it that all of these unique children have the same diagnosis? This week we are excited to talk about what it means to be diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder with clinical psychologist, Dr. Jennifer Rogers. She has years of experien…
 
The At Issue panel discusses what unfolded at the North American Leaders' Summit and what it could mean for the Canada-U.S. relationship. Plus, the panellists look at what's happening in the Conservative caucus and what to watch for in next week's throne speech.
 
In this episode, we welcome autism advocate and author Sam Farmer BACK to the podcast for his third appearance to talk to us about the autism workplace. As many of you may know, Sam is an author of a book titled “A Long Walk Down a Winding Road.” The book offers clear advice and simple steps for overcoming adversity and improving your life. Sam has…
 
In this episode, we talk with leadership expert and award-winning author, Tim Schenider, about ‘the great resignation’ and its impact on the world of Applied Behavior Analysis (or ABA therapy) and other autism services. Applied Behavior Analysis is the most commonly prescribed treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder. ABA helps children with autism l…
 
This week we welcome Adam Davis to the podcast to talk to us about the awesome ways games can be used as a fun way to help people with autism develop social & Interpersonal skills, regulate emotions, and increase mindfulness. Adam is the executive director of a nonprofit called Game to grow. In addition to his work with Game to Grow, Adam developed…
 
This week we welcome Jerrod Brown, Ph.D. to the podcast to talk with us about the vulnerabilities some autistic individuals may have when it comes to suggestibility, compliance, naivety, and gullibility. Jerrod is a professor, trainer, and consultant with considerable experience working with criminal justice-involved populations. The reality is tha…
 
This week we welcome Board Certified Behavior Analyst, CEO and Co-Founder of IGCN Healthcare Partners, and National University professor, Cameron Nesbitt, to the podcast to talk to us about what goes into becoming a board certified behavior analyst. I hope this episode is helpful to parents of kiddos on the spectrum that are getting introduced to t…
 
Making friends and building meaningful relationships is an important skill for both neurotypical and neurodivergent children. So how can parents and clinicians help? One way is to provide opportunities to be around other kiddos around the same age with similar interests. Today we are excited to talk with Emily Bruce about playdates! Emily is a boar…
 
The At Issue panel discusses what Ottawa's COVID-19 vaccine mandates mean for the federal government and the opposition. Plus, the political consequences of the prime minister's trip to Tofino, B.C. And in this extended edition, the panellists talk about who the next defence minister might be.
 
This week we welcome Dr. Nicole Williams and Dr. Ashley Shayter from the Behavioral Health Center Of Excellence (or BHCOE for short) to talk with us about the amazing ways an ABA therapy program and IEP plan can work together to help children with autism learn. Learn More About the BHCOE: https://bhcoe.org/ COMING SOON From the BHCOE: School Standa…
 
This week we welcome the program director of the College Internship Program, Jenna Knauss to the podcast to talk to us about the ways parents can help their teens get ready for adulthood and the community resources that might be available to help. The College Internship Program has locations across the country. They have focused on helping young ad…
 
The At Issue panel discusses how much leverage the Bloc Québécois, NDP and Green Party will have in the new Parliament and what the election results mean for their own leadership. Plus in this extended edition, the panellists talk about what the future could look like for the PPC.
 
In this episode, we welcome autism self-advocate and author Sam Farmer BACK to the podcast to talk about how to rise above bullying. Bullying can impact people of all ages and Sam has empowering advice that can help in all kinds of scenarios. Sam first joined our podcast back on episode 27 where we discussed his path towards autism awareness and ac…
 
The At Issue panel breaks down how Alberta’s COVID-19 crisis and Premier Jason Kenney’s reversal on restrictions have come into play on the campaign trail, especially for Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole. Plus, two former prime ministers appeared at rallies this week. But who was missing?
 
This week we are excited to welcome Co-CEO of Ascend Behavior Partners, Jonathan Mueller, to the podcast to talk about the future of Autism care. Jonathan shares Jeff's same mission of making high-quality ABA therapy as accessible as possible to children and families in need. This episode breaks down access to care, how to tackle long waitlists, as…
 
This week we are excited to welcome Dr. Peter Faustino to the podcast to talk to us about what an Individualized Education Plan (or IEP) can do to open up new opportunities for your child. Dr. Faustino is a school psychologist and works as an expert advisor for the new Autism Speaks IEP guide. He operates his own private practice working with stude…
 
This week I am excited to welcome the CEO of the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence to the podcast, Sarah Litvak, and welcome back her colleague, and VP of Government Relations Anna Boulard! Download the podcast today to learn about the incredible ways the BHCOE is advancing the field of ABA from both the parent and the provider perspective. Sa…
 
The At Issue panel discusses how the worsening situation in Afghanistan is playing out on the campaign trail and the political risks for the Liberal incumbent. Plus, the panellists weigh in on what the NDP leader had to say about the possibility of working with the Conservatives.
 
This week we welcome BCBA, Amanda Taylor to the podcast to share some tips on how to help kiddos on the spectrum learn social skills and ultimately make friends. Amanda is an assistant director at our Cottonwood Heights ABA Therapy Center where she helps create opportunities for children on the spectrum to learn, socialize, and meet their goals. So…
 
Back to school is right around the corner. For parents of children on the autism spectrum, that might mean adjusting to a new schedule, developing a relationship with new education professionals, and creating an IEP plan for the upcoming school year. This week we are excited to talk to psychologist, Taryn Nicksic-Springer, or Dr. T. for short, abou…
 
The Olympics are in full swing in Tokyo which makes this week’s podcast episode especially timely! We are excited to talk with behavior analyst, Mariah Alden, about the amazing ways sports help individuals on the spectrum find joy and learn new skills. Sports can help build social skills, fine motor skills, and daily living skills but really the be…
 
This week we are excited to welcome Amy Gravino to the podcast to help break down what it’s like to date and find love on the spectrum. We also cover the importance of sex ed and how parents can start the conversation with their teens. Amy is a Certified Autism Specialist and relationship coach Rutgers University for individuals on the autism spect…
 
This week we welcome professional magician, Cody Clark, to the podcast to talk about how he mystifies and educates audiences with his magic and autism self-advocacy. He combines magic with comedy and storytelling to give a first-person perspective on what living with autism is like. He hosts a show titled “A different way of thinking” and performs …
 
This week we welcome Dr. Matt Brodhead to the podcast to talk with us about the importance of matching patient needs with providers. We will talk about the broadness of ABA yet the specificity of care. Every child with autism is different, and each provider needs to think critically about the care they are providing. Dr. Brodhead is an associate pr…
 
This week we welcome Maren Jacobson and Francisco Chavez to the podcast to celebrate ABS Kids’ 10th Anniversary and talk about where autism care started out, where it is now and what’s next. They have seen it all - They experienced the transition from paper to digital data taking - Insurance reform - and have developed a company culture focused on …
 
This week we welcome Joel Manwill to the podcast to talk about the 4th of July weekend and the unique sensory experiences that children with autism might face and how to handle them so that the whole family can have a fun weekend. Joel is an occupational therapist based out of Layton Utah. He operates his own home-based occupational therapy practic…
 
This week we welcome Amanda Garrett-Baker to the podcast to talk about what parents need to know about instructional control. Simply put, Instructional control is an ABA term “for how likely your child is to listen to you and follow directions”. If the answer is “not likely” then this podcast episode is for you! Check out Amanda's Instagram & Twitt…
 
Working with incredible kids on the spectrum can be fun, rewarding, and provide a unique working experience each day. It can also pose challenges, and require creativity in working through complex situations. This week we welcome Megan Marks to the podcast to talk to us about what a career in the ABA field looks like. Megan is a former Registered B…
 
The At Issue panel discusses the recent political turmoil facing Green Party Leader Annamie Paul and why she's blaming the prime minister. Plus in this extended edition, the panellists unpack the politics behind a Bloc Québécois motion to recognize Quebec as a nation.
 
This week we welcome Rachel Grondin-Martinez to the podcast to talk about Summer Fun and Creativity in ABA Treatment Delivery. Rachel has been in the field of ABA for the past 7 years and has seen firsthand how powerful summer learning can be for a child on the spectrum. We are thrilled to learn more about how families can get the most out of their…
 
The At Issue panel discusses the political response to last Sunday's attack in London, Ont., and whether this has changed the conversation around Islamophobia. Plus, Jenica Atwin crosses the floor from the Greens to the Liberals. And in this extended edition, the panellists unpack Ontario Premier Doug Ford's use of the notwithstanding clause.…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Debbie Bilder from URADD, The Utah Registry of Autism and Developmental Disabilities, to the podcast to discuss the value of knowing the prevalence rates of autism and how data can benefit the community as a whole! Dr. Bilder’s clinical expertise is in psychiatric assessment and treatment for individuals with severe neurode…
 
WARNING: This story contains distressing details. The At Issue panel discusses the political response in wake of the discovery on the grounds of a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C., and whether this could be a turning point for reconciliation. Plus, the panellists look at how political leaders should reconcile with the wrongs of past lead…
 
This week we welcome Leticia Moreno and danyelle beal from BABA to the podcast. BABA is hosting its first annual Black Applied Behavior Analyst conference in June. BABA aims to reduce barriers for African American students, professionals, and parents within the ABA community. Download the podcast today to listen to our discussion about the upcoming…
 
The At Issue panel discusses the timing of the next federal election and how the prime minister could justify going to the polls sooner rather than later. Plus in this extended edition, the panellists unpack Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister's challenges during the third wave.
 
This week we welcome Dr. Chanti Waters to the podcast to discuss the characteristics of a quality ABA therapy program and the important role the prescription plays in treatment. We also dive into the role that 'having fun' plays in treatment and how being a total goofball can improve the connection clinicians have with their patients. Chanti is a D…
 
This week we welcome Officer Jessica Diaz to the podcast to talk about how parents and law enforcement can work together to provide a safe space for children on the spectrum. Officer Diaz is a member of the Roselle Park Law Enforcement department in New Jersey. Her department is equipping patrol cars with new “Emergency Sensory Tool Kits” and have …
 
The At Issue panel discusses the federal government's new broadcasting legislation and why it's faced so much criticism from the opposition and legal experts. Plus in this extended edition, the panellists weigh in on the political response to Quebec's Bill 101 overhaul.
 
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