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Your hosts are Chris and Sandy Colter, the parents of Bryce, who share their autism journey with stories about their seven 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 ...
 
Talking Autism: A podcast for parents determined to make a difference. With strategies and advice for families of children and young people with a diagnosis of Asperger's syndrome, High Functioning Autism or Pathological Demand Avoidance, Victoria ensures that parents have the support they need to support their children. As an Autism Specialist Teacher with over 20 years experience, and a mum to a child on the Spectrum Victoria recognises that life is about more than just strategies. This is ...
 
* Real people * Real stories * Real experience * Hosted by Kris Barrett and Sally Thibault of Autism Parent Training. Ever wished you could talk to somebody who has been through what you are going through and done it successfully?Ever wished you had a crystal ball to see how it will all turn out?Kris Barrett and Sally Thibault are no strangers to the field of parenting a child living with autism. Often called warrior Mums, they have, through sheer tenacity, broken down barriers, challenged t ...
 
This show is for anyone who is raising a child with neurological differences. Raising a child with autism and epilepsy like my daughter Remy, I have learned quite a few lessons about the special needs world and the evolution of growth as a mom. In this show, we discuss all of it. Parenting, marriage, the autism world, epilepsy world and everything in between. Welcome, I am so glad you stopped by
 
The truth is we are all surviving parenting one day at a time. Add child anxiety or childhood OCD and it can be overwhelming! On The AT Parenting Survival Podcast your host Natasha Daniels will ride the Parental roller coaster with you. She will teach you parenting approaches to help child anxiety and OCD, she’ll give you a new perspective on common parenting problems and will re-invigorate your sparkle for parenting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
The Parents' Show was launched in October 2010 by local parents from St Albans with the aim of providing parents or anyone who cares for kids with up-to-date information and resources on the issues that matter to them. The show is broadcast live every Thursday evening from 8-9pm. Each week, we select a theme, as suggested by one of our listeners, and each week we get a top expert in the studio responding to listener questions and concerns. We also discuss local resources available to parents ...
 
Welcome to Thriving in the Midst of Chaos! This show is about surviving parenthood while having a child with special needs, while attempting to keep your self and your sanity intact. We share our experiences and discuss how we survived, what worked for us, and what didn’t work for us. This is a nonjudgmental space, to realize that we all actually WILL live through this and to make thriving in parenthood an actual possibility. We will also be sharing fails, nails, and comical tales, as well a ...
 
Move into your greatness and discover your parenting power. Fall in love with your children over and over as you release resistance by embracing traditional wisdom aligned with leading edge thinking. Join us as dreams of loving abundantly are transformed into joyful reality! Previous Guests include Bernie Siegel, Naomi Aldort, and Veronica De Andres. Another Great Show through the Law of Attraction Radio Network.
 
Calm Christian Parenting Podcast Have a strong-willed child who argues like an attorney, refuses to listen, melts down, and doesn’t respond to consequences? Good! CelebrateCalm.com Founder Kirk Martin and his son, Casey, have equipped almost 1,000,000 parents with practical, life-changing strategies that actually work. Stop the yelling, defiance, and power struggles AND build a close, trusting relationship that mirrors the heart of God the Father toward His children. Questions? Visit us at w ...
 
Alyssa and Steven had their first child, Zachary, together under the age of 20. Alyssa was 17, Steven was 19. The world looked down upon them given the statistics of being young parents, but with great love and motivation, they beat all odds – even when society considered them failures. Two years after giving birth, their boy was diagnosed with high-functioning autism. About a year later, they were expecting their second boy, but things took a turn for the worse and they had an emotional mis ...
 
Are you looking for information about how to homeschool? Do you want more joy in homeschooling? You've come to the right place. Join homeschooling families from around the world and listen to our weekly podcast. Click the subscribe button right now so that you will never miss a future episode. Keep reading for more info! Your host, Jackie Wheeler, has been homeschooling her daughters for over a decade. She's experienced the ups & downs of homeschooling and is here to help you navigate a life ...
 
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Welcome to Episode 58 of the Autism Parenting Secrets. In this episode, Cass and Len share some real-life examples about things not going your way. If you’re taking a stand for your child, you WILL piss some people off. Family and friends often don’t get it. Naysayers are around every corner. But that’s ok. It comes with the territory. You can eith…
 
This episode is a discussion about continuous improvements we are experiencing into our 2nd month of removing Bryce's four food offenders (gluten, eggs, corn, and soy) as well as dairy. We have also removed "nightshades" as we monitor his skin and his behaviors. We talk about our summer "binge watch series, "The Chosen. This series about the life o…
 
Many parents who are raising children with both Autism and OCD find themselves in a no man’s land of sorts. Professionals treating Autism don’t always understand OCD and those treating OCD don’t always understand Autism. Ugh. What a struggle. That is why talking to Dr. Rebecca Sachs is like talking to a rare unicorn. Her practice, CBT Spectrum spec…
 
Meet Naturally Recovering Autism founder, author, and podcast host, Karen Thomas. We talk about autism, nutrition, homeschooling, and her upcoming free workshop that's all about learning with autism. Join Karen's masterclass, search her podcast, and learn more here: https://homeschoolthinktank.com/naturally-recovering-autism/…
 
It’s hard to find an anxious child who doesn’t have BIG emotions at times. It is par for the course for our kids with anxiety and OCD. So how are we supposed to handle them? What approaches will help our kids learn how to work through those big feelings? I always love bringing you experts in the field! For this week’s AT Parenting Survival Podcast …
 
Did you know that every state has different homeschool laws? Do you know where to go to find up-to-date information about the homeschooling statutes where you live? Listen to this episode for more information. Discover more about your state's homeschool requirements here: https://homeschoolthinktank.com/state-homeschool-requirements/…
 
Episode 100: Raising a Child With Spinal Muscular Atrophy With Guest Megan Fabrizi In this episode, guest Megan Fabrizi discusses raising children with spinal muscular atrophy. When Liam was born, he was having difficulty regulating his temperature. He wasn’t moving his body. At his 4 month visit, he was diagnosed with hypotonia. The pediatrician w…
 
Can we build self-esteem and self-determination, while helping our kids with anxiety or OCD? Yes! In fact, it is crucial to learn how to do that within the context of our child’s anxiety OCD. In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about how to take a strength based approach towards anxiety and OCD. I will talk about what parent…
 
Today's episode is a little different. I've had a day where I needed to be very flexible. I thought I'd share how I still (mostly) get the results I want and how I schedule around my kids. Whether you're a working parent or a stay-at-home parent, I think you'll find this episode helpful. Check out our advanced podcast search engine or book a call w…
 
In this last episode of Series 2, expert Sarah Dillon explains how and why trauma has such a profound and negative effect on the relationship children have with food. Their behaviours with it might include: hoarding stealing hiding eating all the time refusing food only eating certain types of food gorging on sugar or sugar products All of these ha…
 
It’s the last Parents’ Show this Thursday before we all spend the summer holidays with our children. In this episode we speak to Chris Gomez From TryTime Rugby St Albans about rugby for kids and Heather Birt from Baby College Mid-Herts about some of the key baby development insights they cover with parents at the Baby College, [...]…
 
We spoke to David Bevan from Best Theatre Arts about how the past 18 months have been and their exciting plans for the summer #BestFest and #Olympiaganza. Then in the second part we spoke to Lehna Gardiner from Rayden Solicitors here in #StAlbans about Collaborative Law - a positive and constructive approach to divorce. Sponsored [...]…
 
Welcome to Autism Parenting Secrets. This week’s episode is about invisible toxins. Excessive exposure to electromagnetic fields (EMFs) is a concern for everyone. And children on the autism spectrum might be even more susceptible to harm. Our guest is Dave Stetzer of Stetzer Electric. Dave is a prominent figure in this field and has deep expertise …
 
Episode 99: Raising a Child With Multiple Complex Medical Conditions With Guest Tammy Flynn In this episode, guest Tammy Flynn discusses raising children with complex medical conditions. Her son Marcus has numerous complex medical conditions, including Ehlers Danlos syndrome, Sherman’s kyphosis, EOE (eosinophilia of the esophagus), a bleeding disor…
 
When small children display signs of sexualised behaviour, foster and adoptive parents find it repugnant. As NATP expert Jane Mitchell explains, they are rightly furious with those responsible for the abuse their child must have suffered in an earlier existence. In this episode, Jane sets out an array of simple but effective strategies that help to…
 
Welcome to Episode 56 of Autism Parenting Secrets. In this episode, Mary Anne Tierney joins Cass and Len to discuss EMFs (electromagnetic fields). Mary Anne is a certified Building Biologist and Electromagnetic Radiation Specialist certified by the Building Biology Institute (BBI), Since 2011, she has been measuring, mitigating, and educating on th…
 
Episode 98: Dafne Wiswell's Story of Raising Children With Type 1 Diabetes and Ankylosing Spondylitis In this episode, Dafne Wiswell discusses her son’s experience with Diabetes Type 1 and her daughter’s experience with juvenile arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis. Her son was diagnosed with Diabetes when he was 2. He started having accidents, dri…
 
Anxiety and OCD doesn’t live in a bubble, it lives in our house. As parents we have to walk the walk and talk the talk. But what does that mean? It means tapping into our own fears, regardless of whether we have anxiety or OCD ourselves. It means knowing ourselves and the human fears that come with it. It means walking towards fear and discomfort t…
 
Do you want to help your young child become a young reader? Maybe you have older tweens or teens that are reluctant readers? While The Young Reader is geared toward parents of younger children, you can use the strategies in this book to help any person of any age learn how to read. Listen to this interview as author, Margaret Craig, guides homescho…
 
In this episode, Sarah Dillon tells us why traumatized children run away or abscond from loving and caring foster and adoptive families. She understands this problem in depth both as a professional and because she was once a runner herself. Sarah tells us children run away for fear-based reasons which do not reflect badly on their foster or adoptiv…
 
This episode is a discussion about improvements we are experiencing after three weeks of removing Bryce's four food offenders (gluten, eggs, corn, and soy) as well as dairy. He continues to do amazingly well with the food changes. Nightshade foods are now being removed after major skin breakouts after potatoes. We discuss in detail a recent meltdow…
 
Welcome to Episode 55 of the Autism Parenting Secrets. This episode is all about the importance of focusing on the Root Cause. If the aim is lasting results, today’s topic is an important one. It’s easy to get caught up in quick fixes. To see improvements fast. For your child, this may include reducing or stopping problem behaviors. But in addition…
 
Episode 97: Raising a Child With Marfan Syndrome With Guest Allison Pullins Episode 29: Raising a Child With Marfan Syndrome With Guest Allison Pullins In this episode, Allison Pullins discusses her experience raising a child with Marfan Syndrome. James was diagnosed with this connective tissue disorder when he was 2 years old. He experiences an ao…
 
OCD is scary enough, but when it starves your child it is alarming. That is how it feels when OCD goes for the one thing your child can’t live without - food. In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about ARFID and OCD. ARFID stands for Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder and OCD likes to partner with it. I open up about m…
 
Are you looking for educational history podcasts that your entire family will love? Do you want to learn more about historical events while you’re traveling with your kids? Discover more here: https://homeschoolthinktank.com/history-podcasts/저자 HomeSchool ThinkTank with Jackie Wheeler Wiebe
 
A child in a state of dissociation can be a strange and disturbing thing to witness. In this week's edition, Jessica Jackson - whose own small son has a tendency to dissociate - talks us through why this happens and above all, what to do when it does. Dissociating can best be described as mentally leaving the room. If you are parenting a traumatize…
 
Episode 96: Alternative Childcare Solutions With Guest Shannon Parola In this episode, guest Shannon Parola discusses alternative child care options for families with special needs children. During COVID-times, child care has been very tough to find, and often not safe. Shannon discusses that there are numerous options for care for children, includ…
 
Welcome to Episode 54 of the Autism Parenting Secrets. Sometimes we tell ourselves stories that seem right. But in truth, they disempower us. They don't help. One of those stories is some variation of… “I've done it all, and nothing has worked” “There's nothing more that I can do to help my child” “I’ve tried everything” We hear this all the time f…
 
Kids with anxiety and OCD often struggle with self-love and self-compassion. It is developmentally common for all kids to struggle with self-compassion, but when you have anxiety and OCD it can be even harder. In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk with Madina Alam, a Clinical Advisor with NOCD about how we, as parents, can hel…
 
Would you like to be a more playful parent? Do you want to experience more JOY in parenting? Listen to our second interview with Sarah R Moore, the founder of Dandelion Seeds Positive Parenting. Search this episode and get freebies from Sarah. Visit: https://homeschoolthinktank.com/dandelion-seeds-positive-parenting/…
 
Your first reaction to the sight of your child smeared in its own poo could well be shock and revulsion. But understanding why they do strange things with their faeces or when they urinate on the carpet is key to finding a solution. You might be surprised to learn that this is one of the issues most asked-about on our Facebook page. This episode's …
 
This episode is a discussion about our transition into changing The Colter Family Diet to remove Bryce's four food offenders (gluten, eggs, corn, and soy) as well as dairy. He has done amazingly well with the food changes during the first week. We discuss in detail some of the recent self-injurious and property destruction behaviors from the past t…
 
Episode 95: Dawn Veselka's Story of Raising a Child With Mixed Connective Tissue Disease In this episode, guest Dawn Veselka discusses her experience raising a daughter with a mixed connective tissue disorder. Her mix is juvenile arthritis, scleroderma, Raynaud’s and dermatomyositis. Sadie’s triggers are exposure to viruses, sunlight, and certain f…
 
Welcome to Episode 53 of the Autism Parenting Secrets. This is the first episode of Autism Parenting Secrets that is NOT intended for a parent of a child with autism. If you’re our usual listener and you’re a parent - this is for someone close to you. Your spouse or partner Your parents or in-laws (you child’s grandparents) Your siblings, aunts, un…
 
Summer is supposed to be relaxing and fun. But anxiety and OCD do not take a break just because it’s summer. In this episode of the AT Parenting Survival Podcast I talk about ways to set up routine and structure to help reduce anxiety. I also talk about other possible struggles and how to deal with them as we navigate the summer months. This podcas…
 
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