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Welcome to the Special Needs Kids are People Too! Podcast with Amy Bodkin, EdS. Amy is an Autistic adult who also happens to be a School Psychologist turned Special Needs Consultant and Public Speaker! Amy is an Advocate for seeing every child as a person, not a diagnosis because a special needs kid is just like any other child, just more so! You can find out more about Amy’s advocacy work at AmyBodkin.com.
 
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 ...
 
The Special Chronicles radio show tells special needs stories in a unique way because the host, Daniel “PodmanDan” Smrokowski, is a person with special needs. Because of his insider’s perspective and the show being available online, Special Chronicles broadcasts distinctive, first person accounts of special needs that are heard around the world. Daniel interviews people with special needs including their families, friends and anyone who touches their lives. Special Chronicles is your guide t ...
 
Connecting The Special Needs Community. There is nothing more empowering than confidence and there is no greater need for that empowerment than when raising a child with a disability. Our programs offer support, information and inspiration for those on the special needs journey by offering practical and focused educational parenting programming. Become empowered, become confident, become the best parent and educator you can be.
 
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 goal of specialneedsinmycity podcast is to inspire and educate you as a parent or caregiver to be stronger; emotionally, mentally, socially and physically on the special needs journey. Each episode will leave you knowing more about how to navigate areas of special needs effectively as a family while helping your child thrive and meet his/her unmet potential. Chats with amazing special parents, top-notch medical experts and educators, and dedicated community leaders making a difference wi ...
 
A podcast where regular parents raise special needs kids. Parenting isn't easy, and with special needs mixed it, it can be a lot more confusing...and a lot funnier too. I'm not on a mission to change the world, just raise my kids to their best potential with realism, optimism, and a healthy dose of humor.
 
Join laughs and the tears and everything in-between as Our Special Story invites you into the life and journey of a family with a special needs child. Josh and Amberley Klinkenberg chat about all the funny, awkward, raw, confronting topics that special needs families are faced with. The Klink's freely share life changing insights in a wide range of topics including marriage, parenting, relationships, physical and emotional health, and much more. This podcast has a little something for everyone!
 
Welcome to Special Kid School Talk with Dr. Kari Miller. You know how some kids with learning challenges such as attention deficit disorder or learning disabilities have poor grades, don’t get their homework done and think they’re stupid? …Well I help children with these problems improve their grades, and increase their chances of getting into college, all while helping them develop their true talents. Each episode of Special Kid School Talk gives you the strategies you need to help your chi ...
 
This podcast speaks about the issues and the following factors of Special Education in the classrooms and students needs and the differences that lie in funding, training, and resources in different regional school districts comparing Pico Rivera District from Arnold O. Beckman High School in Tustin District. Brenda A. & Ali P. interviewed three special aide and teacher specialists who have had professional training and experience of directing special ed autistic students and those with phys ...
 
When a real estate agent has a client moving to another market, we are supposed to introduce them to an agent who can help them in that area. The truth is the vetting process is difficult. Real estate agents are busy and coordinating schedules can be tough. Fret no more as Chadwin Barley presents the solution through Heart and Sold, a podcast dedicated to providing the solution by allowing agents to be more easily found and to have a voice in the vetting process. Chadwin is a real estate age ...
 
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I did not receive my Autism diagnosis until my children were being diagnosed, and it took me a while to be ready to receive those diagnoses. When we did finally receive those diagnoses, we had a lot of challenges to work through—from finding the right supports for my youngest, who was also Hyperlexic, to addressing the health challenges that result…
 
Episode 88: Successfully Navigating College With Autism, Part 1 In this episode, we discuss everything college for teens and young adults with autism. Guest Dr. Matt Segall discusses that nowadays, many teens with autism are going to college. However, a low number of them graduates. Those who do graduate tend to have a higher academic ability, good…
 
It's incredible to think about what you can do to protect your child. This episode is about four families that came together to start their own school. They hired a teacher, set up some ground rules and then crossed their fingers and hoped for the best. So far, it's been the best thing we have ever done. My child is immunocompromised and also has a…
 
April 10, 2021 Debby Wells Season 2, Episode 7 Lisa Jones is a single mom of three children with special needs. Despite all that life has thrown at their family, they succeed in life and keep a positive attitude. Lisa is always ready to advocate for her children or support them in all they want to do, as a single mom with spunk and courage. Lisa se…
 
- Debby Wells The Imagination, what a gift to those who cannot walk, see or have grown too old to play. To fly, travel, find treasure and adventure without leaving your bed... Should those who cannot have a life outside the confines of their room be encouraged to actively dream and be somewhere else in order to live? Why not. Debby Wells talks abou…
 
Episode 87: All Things Physical Therapy With Guest Lucia Montuonto In this episode, guest Lucia Matuonto discusses physiotherapy! Physical therapists (PTs) work in rehabilitation and accident prevention. Their goal is to improve the patient’s quality of life. A child needs a PT when there are developmental delays, the child is not meeting milestone…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Special Needs Kids are People Too! My core mission is that every special needs child should be seen as a person, not a diagnosis – because a special needs kid is just like any other child, just more so! So today I will be talking about my Autistic childhood and how it might help you see behavior in a new light. Often…
 
What if schools could use their resources to set educational goals that would nurture gifts, then give students the environment to use them? Would regular ed and out-of-the-box kids be able to grow up and do amazing things? The answer has almost always been yes. Oh, man... What kind of world would we have if teachers were trained and free to find t…
 
We continue our celebration of ComEd EnergyForce 10th Anniversary featuring a conversation with Shannon Maher, Recruiting Programs Specialist at Exelon and President of the Exelon Employee Resource Group ENABLED (Exelon Network for Awareness Benefitting Leaders & Employees about Disabilities). Shannon stops by podcast for a conversation with Daniel…
 
About Anouk Beale What expertise does she have to write, especially about how to boost your health immune system? Experience is her expertise. When she was diagnosed with two incurable auto immune illnesses (secondary progressive MS and hospholipase syndrome.) she wanted to live her life in the nicest possible way. To know what to do I did lots of …
 
Episode 86: Fostering and Adoption Journeys With Children With Special Needs With Guest Daniel Hall In this episode, Daniel Hall discusses adoption and special needs. He and his wife have 5 children with special needs of varying degrees. Conditions ranged from Autism, drug exposure, Fetal Alcohol Symptoms, slowed processing speed, Reactive Attachme…
 
We kickoff our celebration of ComEd EnergyForce 10th Anniversary: Vice President of Exelon Corporate Relations, President of Exelon Foundation, and Co-Founder of the EnergyForce Program Paula Conrad stops by the podcast for a conversation on the nation’s first energy-efficiency program taught by people with disabilities. Access the ShowNotes for th…
 
For over two decades, Reyna practiced law mostly as a criminal appellate attorney in a public defender's office, then started a second career at 50. Reyna has now published 3 novels! Today we talk about her book, “My Name is Layla” a short fiction for tweens and teens dealing with dyslexia, learning differences, and challenge of growing up. Please …
 
Episode 85: Infant Feeding Challenges With Guest Mallory Millet In this episode, Mallory Millet discusses feeding difficulties in infants and young children. Her three children experienced their own feeding difficulties, including difficulty nursing and reflux. She shared their stories. She noted that both speech therapists and occupational therapi…
 
Special Olympics Athlete and Poet Amanda Harrinauth stops by the podcast talking about her work from poet to author and life coach with disabilities, From vision impairment to hydrocephalus to autism, Discovering Power of Poetry, Emily Dickinson & Dickinson on AppleTV, and much more of her impactful Special Olympics Story! Access the ShowNotes for …
 
Today my story was inspired by an elderly man with a broad, genuine smile and a wave that made me, the recipient, feel genuinely remarkable. Some people come into your life and make a positive impact, but you may have never spoken a word to them. Maybe it's the twinkle in their eyes when they smile at you, the opening of a door for you, the offer o…
 
If you are a TikTok stalker like me spending hours going down a TikTok rabbit hole, I guarantee you have seen our next guest. Jordan Toma is a motivational speaker and viral TikToker spreading words of inspiration and support to school-aged kids and beyond. He talks about the difficulties growing up with learning disabilities and the moment that ch…
 
Episode 84: Divorce and Special Needs Children With Guest Jackie Harounian In this episode, we discuss divorce while having children with special needs. Guest Jacqueline Harounian, Esq, has found that her field has become very busy during COVID, with an increase in fighting, domestic violence, mental health issues, and substance abuse leading to di…
 
Special Olympics Chief of Sport and Competition Louis Lauria joins the podcast bringing you behind the scenes of the world’s largest sport and humanitarian event: Special Olympics World Games! We’re celebrating 300 Days to Kazan World Games and hear firsthand about managing a global event. Access the ShowNotes for this episode at https://specialchr…
 
Episode 83: Momming With Autism With Guest Alicia Trautwein In this episode, we discuss raising children with special needs and different diagnoses. Alicia Trautwein has 4 children, 3 of whom are autistic. Alicia was diagnosed with autism at age 33, after her children were formally diagnosed. She knew that something was different about herself but …
 
Special Olympics Sargent Shriver International Global Messenger Brina Kei Maxino talks to fellow SSIGM Daniel Smrokowski. In a special rebroadcast, Brina talks to Daniel about her backstory born with Down syndrome, A Smile Goes Beyond Expectations, Being A Celebrity in the Philippines, Multiple College Degrees, and hear firsthand her impactful Spec…
 
Bonus Episode: Special Needs Superheros with Guest John Besold In this episode, we discuss special needs superheros. Guest John Besold always believed in helping others, but when he experienced polymyosistis in 1999, his eyes were opened to the special needs world, during his several weeks hospital stay. His experience inspired him to write SPARQE.…
 
Ryan Lundy, an amazing 30-Something man from Pennsylvania, shares his heart-warming and inspiring story. Ryan grew up with Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities (NVLD) and overcame the odds with his parents' unwavering love and support. Ryan's desire to have a full life now has him moving away from home, beginning a new job, making new friends, and he h…
 
What a fun resource we have for you guys today. Mark Ostrom is the Executive Director of Joy Collaborative. Joy Collaborative is a non-profit partnership that connects designers, architects, and builders with donors, volunteers, and sponsors. By doing this they come together and create unique and personal spaces for the disability and special needs…
 
Episode 82: Adoption Of Special Needs Children with Guest Dr. John Cranham In this episode, Dr. John Cranham discuss adoption of special needs children. His son Cornell was born at 23 weeks. He spent the first 6 months of his life on a ventilator and trached before moving to a transitional unit. John’s wife initially worked with Cornell in the hosp…
 
Join us for the Supporting Leaders in Education Talking it Through Podcast. In this episode we are joined by Sophie Garner, Regional Director of Education for Witherslack Group and Dr Tony Lloyd, CEO of the ADHD Foundation. This month we look at the difficulties schools have faced and the opportunities for pupil learning and development that have p…
 
What is it like to be a sibling of a child with special needs? How do you teach empathy to a kid who consistantly seeks out the laugh from his classmates? Empathy is not somthing that is taught in one class and forgotten about. Empathy is something every parent needs to teach daily. Today I take a look at my youngest son and some of the sacrifices …
 
UNITE Founder Tim Shriver returns on the podcast to talk with SPECIAL CHRONICLES Founder Daniel Smrokowski for an impactful conversation that will have you joining millions in the call to Unite as one! Tim talks with Daniel about the release of his new book “The Call To Unite: Voices of Hope and Awakening”, Leader in Unite Movement, Stories and Ins…
 
Special Olympics Illinois Chief Marketing Officer Chris Winston stops by the podcast to talk with Sargent Shriver International Global Messenger Daniel Smrokowski. Chris sits down with Daniel for their weekly call to chat about the new Virtual Sports Programming offered to everyone at Special Olympics Illinois, how anyone can participate, an overvi…
 
Episode 81: All About Dyslexia With Guest Lizzie Shearing Today, we discuss all things dyslexia. Guest Lizzie Shearing discusses that dyslexia is a reading learning disability. Individuals process written words differently in their brain, such that they rely on the left frontal lobe, rather than more on the left posterior areas of their brain. They…
 
Special Olympics Sargent Shriver International Global Messenger Renee Manfredi calls in to the podcast from Hawaii to talk with fellow SSIGM Daniel Smrokowski. Renee sits down with Daniel to talk about her Self-Advocacy Journey, Growing Up with invisible disabilities, Becoming a Self-Advocate for Special Olympics, Becoming a Health Messenger, From …
 
My guest this week is Liz Trinnear, a TV host known to millions across Canada. She is gorgeous, confident and talented and yet she has been suffering from a rare skin codition called Epidermolysis bullosa (EB). Liz talks about growing up with the condition, the diagnosis and finding a cure. We discuss bullying, oversharing and how she has found con…
 
Episode 80: LGBTQ In the Autism Community With Guest Danielle Sullivan In this episode, Danielle Sullivan discusses the gender and sexuality spectrum in the autism community. LGBTQ is very common in the autism community. There is also a high number of individuals who are autistic in the LGBTQ community. Individuals in the LGBTQ community have a hig…
 
This week’s guest is so fun and fantastic. We spoke with Julie Falcone, she wrote the book (literally) on creating positive relationships with those around you all while being honest and pure, with a little humor thrown in. For caretakers sometimes life can get lonely and support can dwindle fast, Julie talks with us about how she found a way to co…
 
What's so special about this episode is that there are two special needs Dads involved, it's not often we hear from Dads in the special needs space unlike Mums so this is refreshing. In this episode, we are in conversation with Tony & Kenny. Both Dads talk about coming to terms with the diagnosis of their special needs children, providing emotional…
 
Special Olympics Senior Vice President of Youth and Education Programming Jackie Joel stops by the podcast to talk with Sargent Shriver International Global Messenger Daniel Smrokowski. Jackie sits down with Daniel to talk about the annual Spread The Word: Inclusion Campaign, the 2021 Theme of Connection, Jackie Coming to Special Olympics Movement …
 
Episode 79: Living With Autism While Parenting Special Needs Kids With Guest Danielle Sullivan In this episode, we discuss inclusivity, organizational tools for special needs parents, and living as a parent with autism. Guest Danielle Sullivan discusses that all places should be as accessible and inclusive as possible, even for invisible disabiliti…
 
Join us for our latest episode in the Supporting Leaders in Education Talking it Through podcast. In this episode we are joined by Chris Williams, Regional Director for Witherslack Group and Mike Hussey, Director of School Services for the ADHD Foundation who will be chatting about February's topic, Developing a Citizenship and Leadership Curriculu…
 
Living in the NICU with a child who has pneumonia, reflux, heart issues such as bradycardia, and other stresses can feel impossible. I talk about my experience with my son Cole who has sotos syndrome. I also interview a baby cuddler who saved me from insanity and we speak to the moms who have premature babies. This is an incredibly emotional episod…
 
What a treat this week everyone! Once upon a time before there was a Special About Special podcast, we were testing out the waters and testing all of our equipment. So, Eddie decided to interview our kids. OMG, what a cute experience. You're going to love it! www.specialaboutspecial.com저자 Kristin Gagnon & Edward Gagnon
 
Episode 78: A Blind View With Guest Ashley Wayne In this episode, Ashley Wayne discusses parenting children with special needs through the lens of blindness. Ashley was born blind, as were her two older children. Her son also has cerebral palsy. She was initially worried about how she would be able to parent while blind. However, no one else appear…
 
As we kickoff the annual Polar Plunge Season, Daniel features a Rebroadcast of our Exclusive Soundseeing Audio Tour from the 2013 Super Plunge. Plus, Special Olympics Illinois Law Enforcement Torch Run Senior Director of Development Jim Fitzpatrick joins us on the show to talk about how you can Plunge At Home in 2021! Access the podcast, video, sho…
 
Special Olympics Sargent Shriver International Global Messenger Daniel Smrokowski presented at the first-ever Voices of Champions Talks on 16-February-2021. On this week's episode: we present Daniel's powerful brief speech talking about how our Special Olympics Movement is all about love, why we need to bring love to everyone in today's world, and …
 
In this weeks episode we talk to one family who is on a mission to find a cure for their boy Michael. He was diagnosed a hereditary spastic paraplegia type 50, otherwise known as SPG50. Children afflicted with this genetic disorder present with a variety of symptoms, including global developmental delay, microcephaly, seizures, malformation of the …
 
In this episode, Tutu & Kenny talk about preparing for and managing multiple appointments across different hospitals and clinics. How to prepare yourself as a Parent/Carer and your child before attending, they also share tips on what to do on the day and afterwards. There was also a brief mention of hospital restaurant food! Yay or Nay? Please list…
 
Episode 77: Shaping Our Children Through Reading With Guest Sara Bradford In this episode, guest Sara Bradford discusses how children can benefit from reading children’s books about special needs. Her daughter has dyslexia and her older two children, as well as her husband, have autism. She discussed finding out during quarantine that her younger d…
 
Join us for the first-ever “Voices of Champions” Talks, recorded live on 16 February 2021. This month’s brief TED-talk style event, we feature 8 Special Olympics Athlete Leader speakers who will present speeches on a topic of their choice. ORDER OF SPEAKERS: Jordan Schubert - SO Pennsylvania [starts at 1:38] Daniel Smrokowski - SO Illinois [starts …
 
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