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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 ...
 
Has your child or a loved one been recently diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? Or do you suspect that your child or a loved one MIGHT have ASD? Follow us on Instagram and Facebook @Whattheautism to get access to some helpful resources. Tune into our podcast channel @Whattheautism on your favorite podcast platform to join our community of listeners who strive to use research in determining the most effective treatment, diagnosis of ASD, and other helpful information as we navigate ...
 
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 ...
 
Life after an Autism Spectrum diagnosis doesn't have to be difficult; it can be joyful, happy and filled with hope. Join Shannon Penrod, author, speaker, coach and mom of a six year old recovering from Autism for this inspirational hour of hope. Hear stories from real parents whose children have made miraculous strides. Get the inside dish on therapies, treatments, supplements and how to get funding to help you afford them. Miracles abound in the autism community. Tune into Everyday Autism M ...
 
Autism Explained, Inc is an organization dedicated to connecting families and loved ones of children with autism spectrum disorders to the scientific research community studying autism. Through out weekly podcast series featuring interviews with the world's leading autism researchers and novel community-funding mechanism, Autism Explained is helping to bring the research into autism spectrum disorders to the non-scientific autism community.
 
Kristin Selby Gonzalez joined Enzymedica in 2008, serving as Director of Autism Education. As the company’s primary link to the autism community, she has advised Enzymedica with respect to company policy and product formulation for children on the spectrum, and counseled directly with parents on the use of Enzymedica’s products. She has given lectures worldwide, educating thousands throughout the years on different strategies to help children on the autism spectrum. In addition to her traini ...
 
Spectrum Projection is a media review podcast where we analyse characters who may fit into the autism spectrum. Hosted by Hannah (an actually autistic person with a Masters in disabilities in literature) and Tilda (who has to deal with her ramblings). We review anything that we features characters that remind us of people on the spectrum: film, tv, video games and books. We upload every two weeks (more or less...)
 
Dr. Jeff Knight is on a mission to helping families find greater hope, freedom, peace of mind and confidence in helping their children that suffer from symptoms related to autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Knowing that there is no one “cure” to autism, Dr. Knight breaks down key topics and solutions to helping children with autism dealing with the myriad of obstacles related to gut and digestive health, proper nutrition, challenges with sleep (insomnia), detoxification of the brain and body, n ...
 
Wherever you identify in your autism or autistic journey, Autism Empowerment is here to meet you along the way with acceptance, enrichment, inspiration, and empowerment for the road ahead. We are an Autistic-led podcast, nonprofit, and publisher of Spectrum Life Magazine. Join Karen Krejcha, Autism Empowerment Co-Founder, autistic entrepreneur, and parent to two children on the spectrum for weekly encouragement, interviews, and insight. www.autismempowermentpodcast.org
 
This weekly podcast is your go-to resource for real answers to parenting, working with or being neurodiverse. With the right information you will better understand neurodiverse brains, develop the skills to parent or mentor more confidently, and get better outcomes addressing neurodiverse challenges. Join Jason Grygla, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Director of TechieForLife, a specialized mentoring program for neurodiverse young adults and his wife, Debbie Grygla, Certified Life Coach ...
 
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.
 
An autism podcast for HP fans in which two friends affected by autism talk about autism and Harry Potter! Quirinus has Asperger's Syndrome and Lavender's daughter, Abby Cadabby, has non-verbal Autism: And they both enjoy Harry Potter! | www.SPEWpod.uk | Check out our Instagram and Facebook filters | filters.SPEWpod.uk | Theme by Joan Burr | Send us some Owl Mail | spewcast@gmail.com | 407-706-SPEW | 407-706-(7739) | or go here: https://anchor.fm/spew/message | Facebook.com/SPEWcast | Twitter ...
 
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 ...
 
We're here to chat about business, books, autism and a different way of doing things. Meet the agencies and organizations who are dedicated to improving the lives of autistic individuals and the autistic individuals helping them get it done. Did I mention we own a technology start up who's kicking the old way of coaching to the curb?
 
Welcome to Springbrook's Converge Autism Radio, featuring viewpoints and insights about autism for parents and professionals who support children with autism every day. We select our speakers and guests based on their expertise and experience in the field of autism, and we want this program to bring you fresh ideas, practical tips and renewed hope. The ideas and opinions expressed on this program are not necessarily the viewpoint of Springbrook Autism Behavioral Health.
 
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 ...
 
Hello and welcome to the Autism Advantage Podcast where we sit down with some of the most inspiring entrepreneurs dedicated to proving how capable people with autism really are. Our team believes that individuals with autism are an incredible untapped resource for many businesses and this show is dedicated to proving that it is not only possible to employ people with autism, but in doing so you can create a business with real competitive advantages. The Autism Advantage Podcast will not only ...
 
Launched by parents of an infectiously funny and *mostly* happy boy on the spectrum, the Joyriding in Autismland podcast chats with ASD parents, kiddos, therapists, writers, and artists about the unexpected, charming, and funny moments with autism. Because laughing? Is the best vacation. Find the show notes online at http://www.joyridinginautismland.com/podcast
 
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
 
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Multiple types of bias and an over reliance on caregiver reports have clouded research on the effectiveness of early interventions for autism for nearly three decadesThe post "https://www.spectrumnews.org/news/methodological-issues-plague-studies-of-early-autism-interventions/ Methodological issues plague studies of early autism interventions appea…
 
Today’s episode highlights adulting on the spectrum. My guest today is Samuel Huber. Samuel is an autism self advocate and public speaker. Samuel provides an autistic perspective on various topics relating to adulthood on his YouTube channel and Instagram. AMMD Disclaimer Disclaimer: The podcast is intended for educational purposes only and isn’t m…
 
This week we welcome Rebecca Sorensen, co-founder of Blawesome to the podcast. Blawesome is a Chapel Hill, North Carolina -based flower farm and design studio. The farm is owned and co-operated by a young man living with autism. Their work is a celebration of the beauty and uniqueness of both flowers and humanity. Blawesome is a small part of a lar…
 
This episode is a discussion about topics including ABA Targets, Typing Class, and Bryce's new Social-Emotion game. We share updates of our family adventures from the past week. Bryce joined us at the end of the show to wrap it up and sang "Happy Birthday" to Daddy. ☺ Bryce is a funny, mechanical, HAPPY little guy who was diagnosed with autism at a…
 
For part three of Parenting with Confidence, I share a simple yet effective parenting tool and process to help you have the confidence to weather the inevitable bumps and challenges that come with parenting. Join me as I encourage you to examine where you focus your time and energy and consider if it's actually in areas you have control over or not…
 
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 …
 
We’re in the master bedroom today speaking with psychotherapist, Kate McNulty, about navigating romantic relationships when one partner has autism. Her book, Love and Aspergers, discusses the topic in detail. Her perspective as a woman on the autism spectrum who was diagnosed late in life, informs her experience as a therapist. In this episode you …
 
Intro: Welcome back to another episode on “what the AUTISM?!” This podcast is for anyone who is struggling with understanding what autism is and how we can better empower our autism community through research proven methods. In each episode, I will be sharing with you ground-breaking research and how the diagnosis of autism can often be misundersto…
 
Today I’m chatting with autism mom and photographer, Alexys Berry. Alexys shares her journey with her daughter, Charlotte, who was just recently diagnosed with ASD in 2020. Alexys talks about the early signs that led them to seek a diagnosis. She also explains how the pandemic made the process more difficult. She actually received Charlotte’s diagn…
 
It is my great honor to welcome Deputy Grand Chief Walter Naveau of the Nishnawbe Aski Nation to Across the Desk and the CASDA podcast series. Deputy Grand Chief joins us to discuss the growing concern about autism in the First Nations communities. We discuss how families need access to autism services which not only provide existing non-Indigenous…
 
People who experience an autism-specific form of anxiety also tend to have an unusually small amygdala, a brain region associated with emotion processing and fear, according to a new unpublished study. The post Anxiety specific to autism linked to amygdala differences appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.…
 
Are you a parent that wants to provide immunity for your child, but is concerned with the possible risk of vaccine injuries? If you said yes then you need to listen to this podcast! Homeoprophylaxis is a safe, non-toxic, effective way of introducing immunity to you and your children. It has been used since the late 1700's and has been used througho…
 
This episode is a discussion about topics including Bryce's first week of 2nd grade in Daddy School, his struggles with writing, and how we are teaching Bryce about money. As always, we share updates of our family adventures from the past couple of weeks. Bryce joined us at the end of the show to wrap it up and wish everyone a Happy Mother's Day. ☺…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Kelly O’Laughlin to the podcast to discuss how parents can best care for themselves while also caring for their child with autism. You may have heard the phrase “you can’t pour from an empty cup.” This podcast is dedicated to help parents refill the proverbial cup so that they can help their families live their best lives. …
 
Join us for this episode as we have a chat with our two oldest boys, Dalton and Lee. They open up about some of the challenges they've experienced and ways they've learned to cope. We talk about adoption, autism and ADHD, social needs, school, work, and more. Get full show notes here: https://JasonDebbie.com/20…
 
The investigational drug arbaclofen may right an imbalance between inhibitory and excitatory signaling in the animals’ brains.The post GABA agonist rescues auditory hypersensitivity in rats missing autism-linked gene CNTNAP2 appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.
 
This week listen in to Kristin Sunanta Walker host an episode with Dr. Dan Edmunds as he speaks about extreme states of mental health and mental health reform. Dr. Dan L. Edmunds is an existential psychoanalyst and psychotherapist in Northeastern Pennsylvania. His work has focused on drug-free, relational approaches for those undergoing extreme sta…
 
Intro: Welcome back to another episode on “what the AUTISM?!” This podcast is for anyone who is struggling with understanding what autism is and how we can better empower our autism community through research proven methods. In each episode, I will be sharing with you ground-breaking research and how the diagnosis of autism can often be misundersto…
 
A drug that prevents an enzyme from breaking down a key molecule involved in learning and memory improved cognition and behavior in a small study of men with fragile X syndrome.The post https://www.spectrumnews.org/news/drug-boosts-cognition-in-men-with-fragile-x-syndrome Drug boosts cognition in men with fragile X syndrome appeared first on https:…
 
Today I’m flying solo and sharing some life updates. First, I’m talking about some of the more difficult stuff I’ve been dealing with lately. There has been a lot going on and I’m truly just so thankful for this community. You guys really are the best! Next I’m talking about how we’re planning for summer break which is right around the corner! I te…
 
Anyone who uses multiple animals from a small number of litters to increase sample size is making a serious mistake. The similarities within individual litters will heavily skew the results.The post Few autism researchers control for the ‘litter effect’ — this needs to change appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.…
 
Episode 41 - May 2021 - This meeting we discus Max Park, Rubik's Cube, Speed Cubing and the documentary: The Speed Cubers. Also in this episode: Helen McCrory, Battle of Hogwarts, Harry Potter Store NY, Lego, and Professor Dr. Matthew Snape. | SPEWpod.UK | Theme by Joan Burr | Send us some Owl Mail | spewcast@gmail.com | 407-706-SPEW | 407-706-(773…
 
Learn about creating an environment where your neurodiverse child, teenager, or young adult has motivation to grow and develop rather than staying comfortably stuck and miserable. In this episode, Jason draws on examples from mentoring students at TechieForLife to illustrate balancing discomfort with growth, building relationships of influence, and…
 
This week we welcome Rose Griffin to the podcast to discuss how to help children with autism find their voice and increase their communication skills as well as how speech and ABA therapy work together. Rose is a speech-language pathologist and board-certified behavior analyst with over 20 years of experience in the field. She provides educational …
 
Deleting the autism-linked gene CHD8 from specific cells in the cerebellum, a brain region important for movement, leads to motor deficits but does not alter social behaviors in mice.The post Loss of CHD8 from cerebellum disrupts movements, not social behaviors appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.…
 
Join Dr. Holmes as she wraps up Autism Acceptance month discussing myths she has heard about autism and things clients wish people would stop saying about autism. You can find out more about her at www.HolmesASR.com. She is offering a 25% discount on her DVD series Moving Beyond Surviving to Thriving and Teens on the Spectrum if you mention this po…
 
A mobile phone app that tracks a toddler's gaze as she watches short videos can distinguish between children who later receive an autism diagnosis and those who do not according to a new study.The post Gaze-tracking app predicts autism diagnosis in toddlers appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.…
 
Today I’m catching up with returning guest, Eileen Shaklee aka Mama Fry. Eileen is the lady behind the very successful blog “Autism With a Side of Fries” and she’s basically the OG autism mom blogger. I’ve been a fan of Eileen’s for years and she was last on the pod back in early 2019! Today she’s giving us updates on her beloved Kiddo who is on th…
 
In this episode, we chat with Betina Wildhaber, the author and creator of neurodiversitynetwork.net that consolidates various neurodiversity resources into one place with the goal of enhancing awareness and acceptance for neurodivergents to find meaningful employment and educational experiences. We discuss specific things neurodivergent job seekers…
 
What the DSM calls "restrictive interests" can actually be passions and foundations for future career possibilities. Join Dr. Holmes as she interviews Autism Advocate and Aspie, Sydney Homes, on her finding her future career and pairing her passions for her future career. Sydney has spoken at various autism conferences as the voice of someone on th…
 
In this episode of the Autism Empowerment Podcast, we are talking about educational support and recovery services for students in pandemic times and the age of COVID. Many parents and children involved in Special Education and general education services are concerned in some way about academic regression, staying on track and progressing forward. F…
 
On April 6th the Canadian Journal of Autism Equity successfully launched its inaugural issue! Bringing together the voices of autistic Canadians from across the country, this journal is being created to amplify the voices of those who have always belonged in the conversation. Learn how you can add your voice to the conversation with the team from C…
 
This episode is a discussion about topics ranging from the recent air show experience to the importance of listening to your gut instincts. We recently had to make a change with Bryce's therapy which was not an easy decision. We love every member of Team Bryce but understand that sometimes changes are essential for Bryce. Bryce is a funny, mechanic…
 
Intro: Welcome back to another episode on “what the AUTISM?!” This podcast is for anyone who is struggling with understanding what autism is and how we can better empower our autism community through research proven methods. In each episode, I will be sharing with you ground-breaking research and how the diagnosis of autism can often be misundersto…
 
MentorAbility is a program which focuses on connecting protégées with mentors in careers. One of the best ways to learn about a career is to talk to someone who is passionate about what they do and will show you the realities of a career choice.Today we meet Tiffany Drummond who is an entrepreneur from Ottawa. Her business, ProCare Family Center, f…
 
Harry Thompson is a UK-based public speaker and writer who is autistic with a Pathological Demand Avoidance profile. Through his work Harry aims to bring more acceptance and joy to the lives of people who are autistic and have a PDA profile. In episode 23, we dive into: What it means to have a PDA profile, and what those of us supporting PDAers sho…
 
Many understand the importance of eating good clean, organic food, but for many it may be too expensive to do everything organic. If that is the case then focus on avoiding what the Environmental Working Group calls The Dirty Dozen - these are the most toxic fruits and vegetables and are definitely the produce you want to buy organic to avoid added…
 
Data, of Star Trek: The Next Generation The technology metaphor for autism. All the best bits of the third best Star Trek (don’t @ us). Trigger Warnings:Discussions of parental abuse, abduction, objectification, infantilization, mild body horror, child loss and neglect.This podcast contains cursing and spoilers. This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm…
 
In part two of Parenting With Confidence, Debbie explains why many parenting strategies give us mixed results and what you can do to improve results. Our best parenting comes from high-quality relationships and that always starts with us and the way we show up for our kids. Get full show notes and more information here: https://JasonDebbie.com/17…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Keivan Stassun to the podcast to discuss Autism and Employment and the value of neurodiversity in hiring. This is an important subject as many adults on the spectrum struggle to find fulfilling jobs or careers. Dr. Stassun serves as Director of the Frist Center for Autism & Innovation where they work to understand, maximize…
 
Too little — or too much — of certain substances during pregnancy may increase the odds of having a child with autism. Here we explain what scientists know about these associations.The post The link between vitamins, supplements and autism, explained appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.…
 
Join Dr, Holmes as she discussed autism acceptance and breaking stigmas about autism with podcaster, Sam Mitchell. Sam's mother Gina joins the discussion and provides insight into their autism journey sharing insight about the importance of moving beyond autism awareness to autism acceptance. Sam runs his own podcast/ business called, Autism Rocks …
 
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