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Using the Whole Whale Podcast
260: What happens when Cryptocurrency meets DAFS? Endaoment

Using the Whole Whale Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 53:51


This week host George Weiner interviews Zach Bronstein, the Chief Operating Officer of Endaoment and DAF built on Ethereum helping people donate cryptocurrency.    About Endaoment Endaoment is a new Community Foundation & public charity offering Donor-Advised Funds (DAFs) built atop the Ethereum blockchain, allowing folks to donate to almost any U.S. nonprofit organization. Our mission is to encourage and manage the charitable giving of cryptocurrency. We're a California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation headquartered in San Francisco, federally tax-exempt under IRS revenue code section 501(c)(3). All donations to Endaoment or Endaoment DAFs are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.  We're focused on making the most secure and easy-to-use giving platform for both Donors and Organizations interested in cryptocurrency. Grants are paid out via ABA bank wire as US dollars or via Ethereum transaction as US dollar coins (USDC - a form of stablecoins, a cryptocurrency)   Resource Links Main Page: app.endaoment.org Documentation site: docs.endaoment.org Org page (all granted to orgs): app.endaoment.org/orgs Etherscan: https://etherscan.io Eth2: https://ethereum.org/en/eth2/

BehaviorFit Radio
Ep 52 | 5 Lessons Learned From Working With Clients During The Pandemic - Conference Preview

BehaviorFit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 20:30


In this episode, I give a condensed version of my presentation prepared for the annual ORABA and MOABA conferences. ——House Keeping—— ORABA tomorrow! —— Show Notes —— Link to related blog - 5 Lessons Learned From Working With Clients During The Pandemic Lesson #1: The Pandemic Leveled the environmental Playing Field Lesson #2: Being Telehealth ready Allowed me to serve others Lesson #3: My training in behavior analysis and expertise prepared me for the unknown Lesson #4: People are not lazy, Being fit is skill development Lesson #5: Reliance on ABA principles Brought tremendous success ---- Have a question for the podcast?----- Go here -----VISIT----- Home page: www.behaviorfit.com Learn about 1:1 coaching here: www.behaviorfit.com/coaching Take a BehaviorFit Continuing Education Course: www.behaviorfit.com/academy ----SOCIAL----- IG: @behaviorfit TW: @behaviorfit FB: @behaviorfit -----CONTACT----- email: nick@behaviorfit.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/behaviorfit/message

ABA Unfiltered
ABA Unfiltered S3 E5- Providing Effective and Engaging Caregiver Guidance

ABA Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 38:16


Shane Isley BCBA, from The Performance Thinking Network, joins the show to talk about his work with ABA organizations and helping them standardize procedures and practices. In addition to his day job, Shane recently co-authored a book titled, Helping Your Family Thrive: A Practice Guide to Parenting with Positive Behavior Support.  During the conversation, Shane and Tim dive into the topic of caregiver guidance and offers great insight that we think both parents and clinicians will enjoy.

All Autism Talk
TSC: A Rare Genetic Disease with a 50% Autism Diagnosis

All Autism Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 44:00


Kari Luther Rosbeck, President & CEO, TSC Alliance, and Steven L. Roberds, PhD, Chief Scientific Officer, TSC Alliance join us for a discussion about Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSCA) a rare genetic disorder. This is an incredibly educational conversation on how this disease is identified and treated.  About 50% of those diagnosed with TSC, will also have a diagnosis of autism. Even if your child is not at risk for TSC, the thoughtful approach to treatment and resources can be valuable for all parents. As Kari shared, “When people are ready, they need to know; what are the  right questions to ask, what about genetic testing, what about medication, and how does that whole system work?”   Learn more about TSC Alliance by visiting tscalliance.org Interested in ABA therapy for your child? Contact us https://lrnbvr.com/contact All Autism Talk (allautismtalk.com) is sponsored by LEARN Behavioral (learnbehavioral.com)

Autism Live
Ask. Dr. Doreen - Scripting, ABA Therapy Vs Other Treatments & More!

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 60:29


Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, the founder of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders is answering viewer questions about scripting, ABA therapy versus other treatment and much more in this episode of Ask Dr. Doreen! Check us out LIVE on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter or Twitch on Wednesdays @10am PT for chance to get YOUR question answered! YouTube: Autism Live Facebook: Autism Live Twitter: Autism Live Twitch: AutismLivePodcast 5:47 How to improve teeth grinding in sleep?   7:02 He gets to see a therapist once every 3 weeks. Part of the reason why is because the people that are seeing him don't have enough staff. Only the more "Important" cases get the most frequent therapy. He is hitting people and throwing things, wouldn't that be considered more "important?" What would you recommend?   16:55 How to Reduce Scripting? Dr. Doreen - My twin boys have improved so much over the past 6 months thanks to in home ABA. They are talking so much more and are getting their VB Mapp assessment this week. Excited and nervous! Wanted to know how to reduce scripting? At the moment I model a lot. I would ask them a question and answer for them. And they would learn. E.g. I would say, ”what did you have for breakfast?” And answer for them saying, “I had scrambled eggs. Is this the right way? 21:31 My son regressed at 3 he was completely verbal now 6 he is nonverbal and dealing with stimming, constant moving not able to sit for 1 min I can I improve his behavior. Currently we are doing speech. We have been in biomed for an entire year no result and also last year for the entire year we did ABA. 27:28 Tell me more about ABA Therapy vs other treatment/help. I disagree about meds always being needed for those who have both ADHD and autism because I have ADHD and am autistic. I am a college student who trained myself to study 8+ hours/day without meds.   38:32 Why can't one just teach us the logic from your perspective of why to integrate properly? If explained logically, it could help, I imagine. That way less reward technique needs to be done to teach us?   45:14 I am asking a question I never wanted to ask, I am friends with a guy with moderate to severe autism, he turned 27 in January. it is 3 questions in one so bear with me. this guy is 27 and is semi-banned from the pool where he lives. ill tell you the reason. one is flirting with underage lifeguards. he does not know boundaries at all and I'm afraid something will happen like an arrest or an angry dad or other relative beating him up for it, the second reason is that his special interest is lifeguards and lifeguarding. his diagnosis means that he cant pass the tests to apply, at the pool that he is semi banned from he wears lifeguard trunks, lifeguard shirts, and other lifeguard related stuff and it confused the people at the pool. he lives in an assisted living apartment and the caregivers don't watch out over him and that is the worst problem of all. what am I as a friend supposed to do, should I scare him straight, should I take him on a trip to the local jail, I've known this guy for a long time and I am, very concerned please help me.   51:10 My daughter was diagnosed with autism she also has bipolar ADHD ODD and reactive attachment disorder She's 13 years old and I'm having a hard time finding a ba for her. I started her on brain mapping and found out she had a concussion at some time do you think this will help her with her behavioral problems. Arizona She was born with opiates in her system she is my adopted daughter I'm 77 years old She had for falls on her head when she was two and the last one was two years ago   59:02 Is drinking Coke Zero at work okay?

Autism Live
Ask. Dr. Doreen - Scripting, ABA Therapy Vs Other Treatments & More!

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 60:29


Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh, the founder of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders is answering viewer questions about scripting, ABA therapy versus other treatment and much more in this episode of Ask Dr. Doreen! Check us out LIVE on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter or Twitch on Wednesdays @10am PT for chance to get YOUR question answered! YouTube: Autism Live Facebook: Autism Live Twitter: Autism Live Twitch: AutismLivePodcast 5:47 How to improve teeth grinding in sleep?   7:02 He gets to see a therapist once every 3 weeks. Part of the reason why is because the people that are seeing him don't have enough staff. Only the more "Important" cases get the most frequent therapy. He is hitting people and throwing things, wouldn't that be considered more "important?" What would you recommend?   16:55 How to Reduce Scripting? Dr. Doreen - My twin boys have improved so much over the past 6 months thanks to in home ABA. They are talking so much more and are getting their VB Mapp assessment this week. Excited and nervous! Wanted to know how to reduce scripting? At the moment I model a lot. I would ask them a question and answer for them. And they would learn. E.g. I would say, ”what did you have for breakfast?” And answer for them saying, “I had scrambled eggs. Is this the right way? 21:31 My son regressed at 3 he was completely verbal now 6 he is nonverbal and dealing with stimming, constant moving not able to sit for 1 min I can I improve his behavior. Currently we are doing speech. We have been in biomed for an entire year no result and also last year for the entire year we did ABA. 27:28 Tell me more about ABA Therapy vs other treatment/help. I disagree about meds always being needed for those who have both ADHD and autism because I have ADHD and am autistic. I am a college student who trained myself to study 8+ hours/day without meds.   38:32 Why can't one just teach us the logic from your perspective of why to integrate properly? If explained logically, it could help, I imagine. That way less reward technique needs to be done to teach us?   45:14 I am asking a question I never wanted to ask, I am friends with a guy with moderate to severe autism, he turned 27 in January. it is 3 questions in one so bear with me. this guy is 27 and is semi-banned from the pool where he lives. ill tell you the reason. one is flirting with underage lifeguards. he does not know boundaries at all and I'm afraid something will happen like an arrest or an angry dad or other relative beating him up for it, the second reason is that his special interest is lifeguards and lifeguarding. his diagnosis means that he cant pass the tests to apply, at the pool that he is semi banned from he wears lifeguard trunks, lifeguard shirts, and other lifeguard related stuff and it confused the people at the pool. he lives in an assisted living apartment and the caregivers don't watch out over him and that is the worst problem of all. what am I as a friend supposed to do, should I scare him straight, should I take him on a trip to the local jail, I've known this guy for a long time and I am, very concerned please help me.   51:10 My daughter was diagnosed with autism she also has bipolar ADHD ODD and reactive attachment disorder She's 13 years old and I'm having a hard time finding a ba for her. I started her on brain mapping and found out she had a concussion at some time do you think this will help her with her behavioral problems. Arizona She was born with opiates in her system she is my adopted daughter I'm 77 years old She had for falls on her head when she was two and the last one was two years ago   59:02 Is drinking Coke Zero at work okay?

Weird Mom
Ep. 6.1: Strict Mom, Lenient Mom

Weird Mom

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 50:45


Welcome back to another season of Weird Mom. It's the 6th season and final season of 2021. On this, the season premier, I talk about a video from one of my favorite YouTube channels: Jubilee. The video is part of one of their most popular series, Middle Ground, and it brings together strict parents and free range parents to see if if there is, indeed, some middle ground between the two. I also share my take on what was said and if you're curious about the video yourself, here is the link: https://youtu.be/_uSJDq7VPrwReferences in episodeJubilee's Website: https://www.jubileemedia.com/Aba and Preach's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/iProjectAtlas--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Weird Mom Website: https://weirdmompodcast.com/ Weird Mom Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weirdmompod/ Weird Mom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeirdMomPodcast/Weird Mom TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@weirdmompod

MONDO Podcast
Igokea srušila šampiona, Partizan i dalje siguran | S4 A04

MONDO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 84:49


Trebalo je da prođu samo tri kola da dođe do prvih mini-poremećaja na ABA tabeli. Zvezda je „proklizala“ u Laktašima, Cedevita Olimpija kod kuće, a Partizan i Cibona su to iskoristili i preuzeli vođstvo. Naravno, već ste navikli da sve to lepo analizirano čujete u novom izdanju ABA Šeste Lične, pa tako ni ovaj utorak neće biti izuzetak. Da je Igokea u gostima bauk za crveno-bele, to i nije tolika novost, ali simpatizeri Zvezde su očekivali sigurno bolji rezultat nakon velike pobede nad Makabijem u Tel-Avivu. Desilo se nešto potpuno suprotno – Dragan Bajić je maestralno spremio utakmicu i privremeno „prizemljio“ Radonjićevu Zvezdu, koja je po prvi put ove sezone primila više od 63 poena. Dobra opomena za Zvezdu, ali i veliki trijumf za Igokeu, koja polako nalazi svoj ritam. Partizan, u međuvremenu, je upisao još jednu rutinsku pobedu. U Areni je pred oko pet hiljada gledalaca „na pola gasa“ savladan SC Derbi – domaćinima se tako na najbolji način ponovo predstavio Željko Obradović, a standardno dobri bili su Panter, Ledej i Smailagić – ovaj potonji je razgalio publiku sa nekoliko atraktivnih poteza, i brzo postaje ljubimac navijača. Šok rezultat viđen je u Ljubljani. FMP je odigrao čvrsto i hrabro, i njihov pristup nagrađen je pobedom protiv Cedevite Olimpije – trebalo je „panterima“ dodatnih pet minuta nakon što su priliku za pobedu u regulaciji propustili, ali u produžetku nije bilo greške. Velika pobeda za trenera Nenada Stefanovića, i mala glavobolja za Juricu Golemca, čija je ekipa napravila previše grešaka u odsudnoj fazi meča. Ne-toliko-rutinske pobede ostvarile su Cibona i Budućnost. Cibosi su se spustili do Dalmacije i u hrvatskom derbiju pobedili Zadar sa 68-67 – blistao je još jednom Nejtan Rivers sa 12 poena, 9 skokova i 4 blokade, a njemu uz rame bili su Prkačin (12 poena) i Gegić. Zadrani se što pre moraju presabrati i pokušati izvući nešto iz nekoliko narednih utakmica – u suprotnom, može doći do rezova. Budućnost je u Morači dočekala prežaljeni Split i solidno se namučila. Ostvarena je na kraju pobeda nekom pristojnom razlikom, ali je tri četvrtine utakmica bila u nekakvom egalu, i tek su pred kraj Podgoričani pokazali razliku u klasi i stavili stvari na svoje mesto. Odlično je odigrao Marko Jagodić Kuridža – sa druge strane, dvadeset poena i devet skokova Darka Baja su mali zrak svetla za Splićane, kojima se raspored nešto poboljšava nakon paklena prva tri kola. Prvu pobedu u sezoni upisao je čačanski Borac, koji se pokazao prejakim rivalom za Mornar iz Bara. Dobra partija večno mladog Save Lešića dala je pravi štimung čačanskoj ekipi – u Mornaru, međutim, sve veći znak pitanja se nadvija nad sezonom za koju se znalo da neće baš biti kao prošle, ali opet...niko nije očekivao ni baš ovakve partije. Na pobednički kolosek se posle kraće pauze vratila i Mega – u produžecima je pobeđena Krka iz Novog Mesta, kojoj nije pomogla ni još jedna šuterska rapsodija Roka Stipčevića. Hrvatski reprezentativac doživljava drugu mladost ove sezone – u tri meča ABA lige postigao je 16 trojki iz 24 pokušaja, a prosek poena mu je „skočio“ na 21.3 nakon neubedljive prve utakmice u Ljubljani. Puno novih tema, ali Miloš i Edin po običaju sve uspeju da odrade. Naravno, bilo je tu mesta i za petorku kola, ali to ćete kao po običaju morati da otkrijete gledajući/slušajući sam podkast!

Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention
Professional Branding & Your LinkedIn Makeover

Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 18:44


In this episode, Rekha Rangachari sits down with Donna Serdula, an expert in sales, operations and training who has pioneered LinkedIn profile optimization and branding with diverse, global stakeholders. Principal, Founder and Owner of Vision Board Media, Donna shares her mission on how to “transform your future today,” through responding to her 4-point methodology, to build stronger resumes and CVs. Tune in to learn how to curate your best professional self on LinkedIn, complete with many tips + tricks (including Free LinkedIn Resources at https://www.linkedin-makeover.com/linkedin-resources/). View Donna's bio at https://donnaserdula.com/ Interested in joining the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution? Learn more about our membership options at https://www.americanbar.org/groups/dispute_resolution/membership/

Autism Weekly
Playdates & Building Connections - Interview With Emily Bruce from PeerKnect #55

Autism Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 35:44


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 board-certified behavior analyst and founder of the app PeerKnect. She offers first-hand insight into how beneficial social interactions are to children with developmental delays like autism. She worked to develop Peer Knect for parents and therapists to facilitate playdates based on the child's age, diagnosis, gender, and location.  Learn more about Peer Knect: https://www.peerknect.com/ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.    

MONDO Podcast
ŠESTA LIČNA: Zvezdi prvi derbi Jadrana, Partizan i Cedevita sigurni | S4 A03

MONDO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 75:56


I drugo kolo ABA lige donelo je velika iznenađenja – odigran je prvi bitniji jadranski derbi, Derbi je upisao prvu pobedu, a većina favorita nastavila je stabilan hod ka vrhu tabele. Drugim rečima – pregršt materijala za Miloša i Edina! U utakmici kola, Crvena Zvezda je u Pioniru savladala Budućnost u čvrstoj i beskompromisnoj utakmici. Vodila je Zvezda na poluvremenu, pa su ih Podgoričani stigli i prestigli, ali u četvrtoj četvrtini šampion je dodao gas i stigao do velike pobede. Briljirao je Luka Mitrović, a odličnu partiju pružio je i Nikola Kalinić. Vama samo ostaje da se pitate koliko je napora uloženo da se u prethodnu rečenicu negde ne ubaci reč „povratnik“. Sigurnim korakom nastavlja i Partizan, koji je drugu pobedu sezone upisao u Split. Nisu „žuti“ bili dorastao protivnik crno-belima, koji su sa rutinskih 2-0 završili svoj mali „roud trip“ po Dalmaciji. Ponovo je na visini zadatka bio Edinov MVP favorit Zek Ledej, a razigrao se i Alen Smailagić. Videli smo i debi Gregora Glasa, koji se „grobarima“ predstavio sa sedam poena. Novitet u ovoj emisiji, inače, je i Šesta Lična Petorka Kola – a ko je stekao pravo da bude nominovan za istu, pa...moraćete da pogledate podkast da bi to saznali! Uživajte, i ne zaboravite – u petak počinje NBA najava!

MONDO Podcast
ŠESTA LIČNA: ABA Liga! Silovita Zvezda, Partizan krenuo lagano | S4 A02

MONDO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 67:24


Prvo kolo nove ABA Lige donelo nam je nešto uzbuđenja, ali uglavnom su svi favoriti odigrali kako treba. Lepih poteza nije izostalo, pa su Miloš i Edin imali o čemu da pričaju. U meču Zvezde i Splita, domaćin je prikazao agresivnu, čvrstu košarku sa puno poena iz tranzicije i beskompromisnom odbranom. Splićani su potvrdili svoj status ekipe koja će morati dobro da se oznoji za opstanak, a partija u prvom meču drugog kola protiv Partizana nije učinila mnogo da popravi utisak. Očekivanu pobedu ostvario je i Partizan, mada možda uz malo više znoja nego što su neki i očekivali. Zadar se predstavio kao solidna ekipa, nešto bolja nego minulih godina i to pre svega zbog kontinuiteta, ali crno-beli su ipak prevelik zalogaj. Odličnu partiju pružio je Zek Ledej, a ispratili su ga i Kevin Panter i Dalas Mur. Trijumfe su minulog vikenda upisali i košarkaši Cedevite i Mege. Cedevita je još jednom demonstrirala „ono njihovo“ – brzu košarku, puno šuteva i jak tempo. I ovde su, baš kao i kod Partizana, najbolje izdanje imali „novi“ Amerikanci – Markus Kin će biti izuzetno pojačanje, a Džejkoba Pulena već svi dobro poznajemo. Mega, sa druge strane, prosto je „oduvala“ debitante iz Podgorice, Derbi SC. Kružila je lopta u Meginom napadu kao na treningu, čak 34 od ukupno 37 koševa došlo je nakon asistencija, a novajlija je tako doživeo pravu „vruću“ dobrodošlicu u elitni rang. Blistao je Malkom Kazalon, a dobre uloge ostvarili su i Jović, Balcerovski, Smit i Simanić Jedna od najzanimljivijih utakmica prvog kola viđena je u Laktašima, gde je Igokea savladala Borac uz zvuk sirene. Mučili su se „Igosi“, tražili dugo svoj ritam, ali Čačani su pružili baš žestok otpor i tako nagovestili zanimljivu sezonu. Istakao se centarski trio Pecarski- Marinković-Lešić – ipak, pravo pojačanje biće Hanter Hejl, a dobro je odigrao i naš čovek iz argentinske Rezistensije! Budućnost Aleksandra Džikića dugo je lomila FMP i na kraju ga slomila – gosti su pokazali da se neće tako lako prelaziti preko njih, a domaći da je još posla pred njima. Cibona je, rekli bi, prelako odnela bodove iz Bara – Mornar je ekipa u ozbiljnom problemu, ako ćemo suditi po onome što smo videli u prvom kolu. Miloš i Edin prolaze kroz sve ove parove i u svom prepoznatljivom stilu analiziraju šta se sve tu izdešavalo. Takođe, bilo je reči i o nedavno preminulom Dudi Ivkoviću, jednom od najvećih trenera u istoriji svetske košarke, u čiju je čast svaka utakmica prvog kola ABA lige počela sa minutom ćutanja. Sledeće ABA druženje najavljujemo već za utorak, jer od iduće nedelje kreće dupli program – utorkom ABA, a petkom ... zna se šta ide petkom, ono što počinje sredinom oktobra. Uživajte!

Autism Weekly
IEP & ABA - Working Together for Improved Learning! With Dr. Nichole Williams and Dr. Ashley Shayter #54

Autism Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 39:00


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 Standards  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.

All Autism Talk
Dr. Temple Grandin and Dr. Debra Moore - Navigating Autism

All Autism Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 41:00


Dr. Temple Grandin returns to the podcast to discuss her latest book, Navigating Autism, which is a collaboration with psychologist Debra Moore, who has done extensive work with children, teens, and adults on the autism spectrum. This episode highlights Dr. Grandin's powerful personal insights and wisdom with practical support and help from Dr. Moore. In this lively conversation, Drs. Grandin and Moore delve into a number of topics, from how to teach your child basic skills to what you can do to identify and stretch your child's strengths and interests. The authors also share their belief that many educators, parents, and caregivers underestimate their kids, and they offer advice on what parents can do to help their child reach their highest potential.  Interested in ABA services for your child? Contact Us: https://lrnbvr.com/contact Interested in a career in the ABA field? Apply Now: https://lrnbvr.com/apply-now All Autism Talk (allautismtalk.com) is sponsored by LEARN Behavioral (learnbehavioral.com).

Autism Live
Autism Live's TOP 10 PARENTING TIPS

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 59:59


Happy International Podcast Day!!! Please enjoy this special podcast episode of Autism Live! Leave us a review and let us know what you think!

Autism Live
Autism Live's TOP 10 PARENTING TIPS

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 59:59


Happy International Podcast Day!!! Please enjoy this special podcast episode of Autism Live! Leave us a review and let us know what you think!

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen - Decision Making, Coping with Death, Social Skills & More!

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 62:32


The founder of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders  answering viewer questions again about decision making, dealing with death, social skills and more! Check it out!    4:06 My friend and I both have autistic sons. Both have problems when faced with making a decision or a choice. They cannot select any of the options. Do you know what could cause this & how to resolve it?  11:41 Hi Shannon, I'm so excited I get to watch Dr. Doreen live today! I have a question. My baby boy is 8 ½ yrs old now. Has been doing ABA since 5yrs old. Was diagnosed at the age of 3.5 and I learned ABA techniques from I behavioral training while we waited for ABA by a BCBA. His preschool was supported by early childhood development. He only received 20 hrs a week, once we were accepted by a BCBA and we had to fight for that. He was minorly effected by autism but lost all language by the time he was diagnosed. Fast forward to now, he's doing great, and his BCBA continues to cut his hours back. We are looking for out of center events to expose him to, but don't really know what direction to go towards. His additional speech and OT are also trying to reduce hours. We are users of skills for living, and have been using that to continue to move the goal post and establish more goals that seem to be overlooked. Lots of executive function, conversation enders, savers, etc. Am I crazy to think they should be worked on by both speech and ABA? I'm worried that things are being cut back too early. Am I just being a control freak, or are those categories in Skills supposed to all be completed? If so by what age. I'll add a photo. Thanks for all that you do and always sending love and support!  20:20 How can I help my 11yr old son about death, he mentions a lot that he wants all his family and himself to be alive for ever, that he doesn't want the world to explode. That he wants the world to be ok. This has been going on for years. He says he wants to stay a small boy; I once try to explain to him about death and it was not good, he was very upset. Since then, I don't know how to address the death situation, but he asks me every few days if the world and he's family are going to be alive, please help.  26:13 How do I make friends as an autistic adult in college?  I (18F) am autistic and have recently started college. I have moved to a different state, effectively leaving all of my “safe things” behind (my home, my family and pets, my childhood friends, favorite museums, restaurants, etc.). I have registered with the school's disability services to get the proper accommodations. My sister (19F, NT*) attends the same school. Things I am struggling with: I am entering the second month of the semester, and have made no real friends. The only meaningful conversations I have are with my sister, with every other interaction being no more than greetings and goodbyes (yes, that includes my roommate, whom I simply coexist with). I am not worried about not having friends, but my parents and psychiatrist have their reservations. I struggle on weekends due to the lack of structure. It is when I feel most overwhelmed by work and other duties and seemingly when my executive functioning deficits are the most prominent. I have been experiencing meltdowns and despite doing my best to implement structure into my weekend, without the incentive to complete a task from another person, I have no motivation to stay focused or even start tasks. There have been a few times where I was able to be productive, but I had been FaceTiming my father for several hours at a time while he continuously reminded me of and talked me through tasks. My parents are busy people and cannot afford to be on video chat for hours at a time. TL;DR: Since starting college, I have made no friends, have experienced meltdowns on weekends due to lack of structure, and consistently struggle to complete tasks independently. Questions: How do I make friends as an autistic person in college? Do I even need to make friends to have a successful college career? How can I implement structure into my weekends? How do I become more independent when managing my schedule and tasks? What are some suggestions that would help my further my success in college as an autistic person?  35:48  Hey everyone! So, this will be a bit longer, but I still hope to fit everything in as shortly as possible. I was made aware I may have ADHD and Autism around 2 years ago by my now ex-girlfriend. ADHD didn't seem too farfetched, since my brother has a diagnosis 8-9 years ago. With Autism I rejected the idea, well because of ableism. I am 27 and live in Germany. It's quite complicated to get a diagnosis as an adult here and also have the insurance pay for it. I fortunately found a University Clinic which did exactly that, but even though I called there in early January, the earliest appointment was today. The complete year of 2020 I was informing myself, reading books, diagnosis manuals I gobbled down everything I could find. After a while I accepted that I may have Autism also. The amount of hurdles to get appointments for both diagnosis did seem insurmountable, but somehow I managed and I was excited for both at last. In May my newfound psychiatrist did diagnose me with ADHD and I am on medication since then, which helps a lot. But there is this percentage of my perception differences, the way I take specific hurdles and how I cope with this neurotypical world which does not align with ADHD. Or so I thought. The appointment wasn't really short (2 hours total talking time), she even called in a colleague for 10-15 min. In the end she said I don't have Autism, but emotional problems, yadayada, I should do therapy (which I am searching for since January independently, because yes I do have fucking emotional problems). I was taken aback and tried to argue to get why she has this opinion. Then she started retelling some details of our talk, but in a manner I felt weren't really what I wanted to tell her. Like she asked me if my family was rational, and I told her yes very much, but she construed it that my family is cold and that there is pressure to be something (because my father is an orthopedic doctor) but this is not what I meant. My family is very emotional, loving and caring; too much for my liking or everyones good. One of the reasons I do get checked out at that late age is, because my parents never saw a bad thing in being different, they saw it as a badge of honor! So they dismissed all the teachers and acquaintances who said I am not normal. I purposefully didn't check what the diagnostic criteria for Autism are in the last few months to not prime myself to get that diagnosis. I thought the doctor will ask the right and precise questions to get the answers which are relevant. After coming home and being disappointed, furious and very very confused, I researched the diagnostic criteria again and found that she never even asked my about my perception or even those very specific questions my psychiatrist asked my in my ADHD diagnosis back in May. I am questioning so much at the moment and would really like to hear your stories. If you had similar situations. I would also like to know if I should get a second opinion, because it seems like the same fucking hurdles again, with an unending waiting game A-fucking-GAIN. A small part in me is thinking maybe you hoped too much, maybe I developed too much attachment to this diagnosis and I really don't have it. Any advice is welcome! Thank you for reading my ramblings! Love to you all!  41:58 Hello. I am 24 with autism. I also have a neurodegenerative condition that causes me near-constant migraines and also seizures sometimes. I deal with mystery body issues too like weakness and pain. You can imagine this life has made me very resilient, but I am not able to be independent. I can't work, I make a little money here and there selling art or nudes and stuff lol, and it's enough to take some weight off of my partner. I also do most of the house work and stuff, which I feel is fair and I don't mind it...I do prefer it to be done my way anyways. More comfy that way. But some days I'm much more sick than other days, and I'm having a meltdown inside my head and want to scream and cry for help but my Masking Level is Way Too High and so I just carry on. On the inside, I'm wailing, crying, wanting to die but my mask filters it out and so trying to express this pain to my partner or family or friends but I don't think they get it. They don't realize that if I'm "saying" I'm not okay and if it reads like a not-okay lvl 3/10 that I'm already at a 9/10 and just don't seem like it. I'm highly independent of spirit, and I don't like asking for help, and I especially have a hard time asking for help because it never seems like there's a "good time." I try very hard to respect my partners stress (he's ADHD and bipolar and I admire his resilience) because he supports both of us and I don't want to pile more on top of him. Do y'all ever feel like this mask you've made to maintain function is actually detrimental? Do you ever want to just have a full-blown autistic meltdown, panic attack level, rocking back and forth, expressing thoughts of suicide just to get those inner thoughts and feelings your mask usually filters away, out there? Sometimes I feel like that would be the only way to express truly what's going on inside of me, and how severely I need help. Asking both for advice and solidarity.  49:06 I told her that I've suspected for a long time that I have autism, but I'm 33 years old and have never been diagnosed. When I was a child, I was diagnosed with ADHD, however. She asked me why I thought I had autism, and I expressed a number of my issues: Hyperfixations/Obsessions, difficulty reading body language and tone of voice, hard time making friends and difficulty flourishing in social settings, being too blunt, taking things literally or being unable to read the underlying context of someone's words or actions, sensory processing issues, overstimulation, and burnout etc. After I expressed this to her, I told her I'd like to get a diagnosis but I wasn't sure where to start. She immediately told me that there was absolutely no world in which I would get a diagnosis at 33 years old, and that she didn't personally think that I'm on the spectrum because I'm 'very verbal' and able to express myself. I'm DFAB (born female) and I thought that was exactly why we have a harder time being diagnosed on the spectrum than DMAB people? We're tend to (but aren't always) better at masking. It actually kind of made me pretty angry that she dismissed me out of hand so readily, when this is something I've struggled with my entire life. It also runs in my family, I am not the only person with these tendencies in my family. TBH she has done this with things I've actually been diagnosed with before seeing her. She has dismissed the idea that I have schizoaffective disorder, even though I have been on an antipsychotic for 8 years and was initially hospitalized in 2014 due to a psychotic break. She's also dismissed the idea that I have C-PTSD, even though again, I've been diagnosed with it. It always seems vaguely petty when she disagrees with me about this stuff, maybe she just feels like I'm talking down to her, I'm not sure.  54:30 Help dealing with food texture sensitivity  Hi, so, for all my life I've had food texture sensitivity, specifically with a LOT of vegetables and seafood. Even if I love the taste, I hate the texture. Honestly, I'm so sick of it. It has negatively impacted my diet so much, and the only advice I've ever been given is to “just get over it,” and to force myself to eat things till I like it. I've tried eating things prepared differently, and in small quantities in food, but I react so poorly that I'll almost puke at the table, or it will bring me to the verge of tears. It's so embarrassing having to order something without any vegetables, or just basically eliminating entire sections of menus because of it. I want so badly to eat healthy, but it's so hard, and living on a college campus meal plan, I practically live off the grill items, and have gained so much weight. Is food sensitivity really just something I have to force my way through and be miserable with? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Edit: I would like to add, I'm on a college meal plan, so if I try something, and don't like it, I really can't get something else, and end up not having that meal. I also do not have a kitchen in my dorm.  I only eat milk and biscuits (sometimes cereals) and I gained weight. I don't know how to stop this! I don't even see other foods as foods anymore, but rather items that are not supposed to be eaten, like a jar of body lotion or a bag of pencils. I live with my parents and I have food but I open the fridge and my brain sees no food... I don't understand why! It's been more than 2 months since I slowly started to replace every meal with milk and biscuits and even though I know it's not ok, I can't stop. Do you have any idea that might help or know any food that by itself is a meal, but it's healthier than milk with biscuits that I could eat everyday and slowly get rid of this biscuits addiction?

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen - Decision Making, Coping with Death, Social Skills & More!

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 62:32


Don't miss the founder of the  @Center for Autism and Related Disorders  answering viewer questions LIVE! Write in and leave comment with your question for a chance to get it answered LIVE in real time! Or Check us out Later wherever you get your podcast!  4:06 My friend and I both have autistic sons. Both have problems when faced with making a decision or a choice. They cannot select any of the options. Do you know what could cause this & how to resolve it?  11:41 Hi Shannon, I'm so excited I get to watch Dr. Doreen live today! I have a question. My baby boy is 8 ½ yrs old now. Has been doing ABA since 5yrs old. Was diagnosed at the age of 3.5 and I learned ABA techniques from I behavioral training while we waited for ABA by a BCBA. His preschool was supported by early childhood development. He only received 20 hrs a week, once we were accepted by a BCBA and we had to fight for that. He was minorly effected by autism but lost all language by the time he was diagnosed. Fast forward to now, he's doing great, and his BCBA continues to cut his hours back. We are looking for out of center events to expose him to, but don't really know what direction to go towards. His additional speech and OT are also trying to reduce hours. We are users of skills for living, and have been using that to continue to move the goal post and establish more goals that seem to be overlooked. Lots of executive function, conversation enders, savers, etc. Am I crazy to think they should be worked on by both speech and ABA? I'm worried that things are being cut back too early. Am I just being a control freak, or are those categories in Skills supposed to all be completed? If so by what age. I'll add a photo. Thanks for all that you do and always sending love and support!  20:20 How can I help my 11yr old son about death, he mentions a lot that he wants all his family and himself to be alive for ever, that he doesn't want the world to explode. That he wants the world to be ok. This has been going on for years. He says he wants to stay a small boy; I once try to explain to him about death and it was not good, he was very upset. Since then, I don't know how to address the death situation, but he asks me every few days if the world and he's family are going to be alive, please help.  26:13 How do I make friends as an autistic adult in college?  I (18F) am autistic and have recently started college. I have moved to a different state, effectively leaving all of my “safe things” behind (my home, my family and pets, my childhood friends, favorite museums, restaurants, etc.). I have registered with the school's disability services to get the proper accommodations. My sister (19F, NT*) attends the same school. Things I am struggling with: I am entering the second month of the semester, and have made no real friends. The only meaningful conversations I have are with my sister, with every other interaction being no more than greetings and goodbyes (yes, that includes my roommate, whom I simply coexist with). I am not worried about not having friends, but my parents and psychiatrist have their reservations. I struggle on weekends due to the lack of structure. It is when I feel most overwhelmed by work and other duties and seemingly when my executive functioning deficits are the most prominent. I have been experiencing meltdowns and despite doing my best to implement structure into my weekend, without the incentive to complete a task from another person, I have no motivation to stay focused or even start tasks. There have been a few times where I was able to be productive, but I had been FaceTiming my father for several hours at a time while he continuously reminded me of and talked me through tasks. My parents are busy people and cannot afford to be on video chat for hours at a time. TL;DR: Since starting college, I have made no friends, have experienced meltdowns on weekends due to lack of structure, and consistently struggle to complete tasks independently. Questions: How do I make friends as an autistic person in college? Do I even need to make friends to have a successful college career? How can I implement structure into my weekends? How do I become more independent when managing my schedule and tasks? What are some suggestions that would help my further my success in college as an autistic person?  35:48  Hey everyone! So, this will be a bit longer, but I still hope to fit everything in as shortly as possible. I was made aware I may have ADHD and Autism around 2 years ago by my now ex-girlfriend. ADHD didn't seem too farfetched, since my brother has a diagnosis 8-9 years ago. With Autism I rejected the idea, well because of ableism. I am 27 and live in Germany. It's quite complicated to get a diagnosis as an adult here and also have the insurance pay for it. I fortunately found a University Clinic which did exactly that, but even though I called there in early January, the earliest appointment was today. The complete year of 2020 I was informing myself, reading books, diagnosis manuals I gobbled down everything I could find. After a while I accepted that I may have Autism also. The amount of hurdles to get appointments for both diagnosis did seem insurmountable, but somehow I managed and I was excited for both at last. In May my newfound psychiatrist did diagnose me with ADHD and I am on medication since then, which helps a lot. But there is this percentage of my perception differences, the way I take specific hurdles and how I cope with this neurotypical world which does not align with ADHD. Or so I thought. The appointment wasn't really short (2 hours total talking time), she even called in a colleague for 10-15 min. In the end she said I don't have Autism, but emotional problems, yadayada, I should do therapy (which I am searching for since January independently, because yes I do have fucking emotional problems). I was taken aback and tried to argue to get why she has this opinion. Then she started retelling some details of our talk, but in a manner I felt weren't really what I wanted to tell her. Like she asked me if my family was rational, and I told her yes very much, but she construed it that my family is cold and that there is pressure to be something (because my father is an orthopedic doctor) but this is not what I meant. My family is very emotional, loving and caring; too much for my liking or everyones good. One of the reasons I do get checked out at that late age is, because my parents never saw a bad thing in being different, they saw it as a badge of honor! So they dismissed all the teachers and acquaintances who said I am not normal. I purposefully didn't check what the diagnostic criteria for Autism are in the last few months to not prime myself to get that diagnosis. I thought the doctor will ask the right and precise questions to get the answers which are relevant. After coming home and being disappointed, furious and very very confused, I researched the diagnostic criteria again and found that she never even asked my about my perception or even those very specific questions my psychiatrist asked my in my ADHD diagnosis back in May. I am questioning so much at the moment and would really like to hear your stories. If you had similar situations. I would also like to know if I should get a second opinion, because it seems like the same fucking hurdles again, with an unending waiting game A-fucking-GAIN. A small part in me is thinking maybe you hoped too much, maybe I developed too much attachment to this diagnosis and I really don't have it. Any advice is welcome! Thank you for reading my ramblings! Love to you all!  41:58 Hello. I am 24 with autism. I also have a neurodegenerative condition that causes me near-constant migraines and also seizures sometimes. I deal with mystery body issues too like weakness and pain. You can imagine this life has made me very resilient, but I am not able to be independent. I can't work, I make a little money here and there selling art or nudes and stuff lol, and it's enough to take some weight off of my partner. I also do most of the house work and stuff, which I feel is fair and I don't mind it...I do prefer it to be done my way anyways. More comfy that way. But some days I'm much more sick than other days, and I'm having a meltdown inside my head and want to scream and cry for help but my Masking Level is Way Too High and so I just carry on. On the inside, I'm wailing, crying, wanting to die but my mask filters it out and so trying to express this pain to my partner or family or friends but I don't think they get it. They don't realize that if I'm "saying" I'm not okay and if it reads like a not-okay lvl 3/10 that I'm already at a 9/10 and just don't seem like it. I'm highly independent of spirit, and I don't like asking for help, and I especially have a hard time asking for help because it never seems like there's a "good time." I try very hard to respect my partners stress (he's ADHD and bipolar and I admire his resilience) because he supports both of us and I don't want to pile more on top of him. Do y'all ever feel like this mask you've made to maintain function is actually detrimental? Do you ever want to just have a full-blown autistic meltdown, panic attack level, rocking back and forth, expressing thoughts of suicide just to get those inner thoughts and feelings your mask usually filters away, out there? Sometimes I feel like that would be the only way to express truly what's going on inside of me, and how severely I need help. Asking both for advice and solidarity.  49:06 I told her that I've suspected for a long time that I have autism, but I'm 33 years old and have never been diagnosed. When I was a child, I was diagnosed with ADHD, however. She asked me why I thought I had autism, and I expressed a number of my issues: Hyperfixations/Obsessions, difficulty reading body language and tone of voice, hard time making friends and difficulty flourishing in social settings, being too blunt, taking things literally or being unable to read the underlying context of someone's words or actions, sensory processing issues, overstimulation, and burnout etc. After I expressed this to her, I told her I'd like to get a diagnosis but I wasn't sure where to start. She immediately told me that there was absolutely no world in which I would get a diagnosis at 33 years old, and that she didn't personally think that I'm on the spectrum because I'm 'very verbal' and able to express myself. I'm DFAB (born female) and I thought that was exactly why we have a harder time being diagnosed on the spectrum than DMAB people? We're tend to (but aren't always) better at masking. It actually kind of made me pretty angry that she dismissed me out of hand so readily, when this is something I've struggled with my entire life. It also runs in my family, I am not the only person with these tendencies in my family. TBH she has done this with things I've actually been diagnosed with before seeing her. She has dismissed the idea that I have schizoaffective disorder, even though I have been on an antipsychotic for 8 years and was initially hospitalized in 2014 due to a psychotic break. She's also dismissed the idea that I have C-PTSD, even though again, I've been diagnosed with it. It always seems vaguely petty when she disagrees with me about this stuff, maybe she just feels like I'm talking down to her, I'm not sure.  54:30 Help dealing with food texture sensitivity  Hi, so, for all my life I've had food texture sensitivity, specifically with a LOT of vegetables and seafood. Even if I love the taste, I hate the texture. Honestly, I'm so sick of it. It has negatively impacted my diet so much, and the only advice I've ever been given is to “just get over it,” and to force myself to eat things till I like it. I've tried eating things prepared differently, and in small quantities in food, but I react so poorly that I'll almost puke at the table, or it will bring me to the verge of tears. It's so embarrassing having to order something without any vegetables, or just basically eliminating entire sections of menus because of it. I want so badly to eat healthy, but it's so hard, and living on a college campus meal plan, I practically live off the grill items, and have gained so much weight. Is food sensitivity really just something I have to force my way through and be miserable with? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Edit: I would like to add, I'm on a college meal plan, so if I try something, and don't like it, I really can't get something else, and end up not having that meal. I also do not have a kitchen in my dorm.  I only eat milk and biscuits (sometimes cereals) and I gained weight. I don't know how to stop this! I don't even see other foods as foods anymore, but rather items that are not supposed to be eaten, like a jar of body lotion or a bag of pencils. I live with my parents and I have food but I open the fridge and my brain sees no food... I don't understand why! It's been more than 2 months since I slowly started to replace every meal with milk and biscuits and even though I know it's not ok, I can't stop. Do you have any idea that might help or know any food that by itself is a meal, but it's healthier than milk with biscuits that I could eat everyday and slowly get rid of this biscuits addiction?

Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention
A Conversation With NAM Hearing Officer Judge DiBlasi

Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 42:56


Join the ABA and NAM(National Arbitration and Mediation)for an engaging conversation with Hon. John P. DiBlasi (Ret.), former presiding Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York and now a top-rated arbitrator/mediator at NAM on Maximizing the Benefits of Arbitration in the Aftermath of Mass Filings. ABA Resolution Podcast Host, Caroline Stauffer, covers Judge DiBlasi's transition from the bench to becoming a highly regarded neutral. The Judge also shares his insights on the recent press attention about mass arbitration filings in the Employment and Consumer ADR arena. Thank you to NAM for being a sponsor of the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution 2021 Spring Conference. You can learn more about NAM at https://www.namadr.com/. Interested in joining the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution? Learn more about our membership options at https://www.americanbar.org/groups/dispute_resolution/membership/

ABA Inside Track
Episode 180 - (ETHICS) Promoting Ethical Leadership w/ Dr. Manuel Rodriguez

ABA Inside Track

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 95:32


As a capper to Supervision September, we follow up last week's episode on ethical supervision to explore just what it takes in the ABA Workplace to create strong leaders that promote ethical practice in every way. And since that requires discussing business things, we tapped Dr. Manny Rodriguez to share his extensive work on researching that very topic in OBM. But first, he shows us how to file our TPS reports! This episode is available for 1.0 ETHICS CEU. Articles discussed this episode: Diener, L.H., McGee, H.M., & Miguel, C.F.  (2009).  An integrated approach for conducting a behavioral systems analysis.  Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 29, 108-135.  doi: 10.1080/01608060902874534 Rodriguez, M. (2020). Identifying effective systems and processes to promote ethical workplace cultures in the applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy industry [Doctoral dissertation, University of South Florida]. Scholar Commons.https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/etd/8483/ If you're interested in ordering CEs for listening to this episode, click here to go to the store page. You'll need to enter your name, BCBA #, and the two episode secret code words to complete the purchase. Email us at abainsidetrack@gmail.com for further assistance.

The Remote Real Estate Investor
This is how the pros protect their real estate assets

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 39:33


Investing in real estate is a powerful way to build long-term wealth and achieve financial freedom. But if your assets aren't sufficiently protected, you may be putting yourself at risk of losing your hard-earned income.   Clint Coons is a real estate investor, an attorney, and an asset protection expert with Anderson Business Advisors. In this episode, Clint gives a clinic on how you can set up asset protection for your real estate portfolio.   Get a free strategy session with Clint's team here: aba.link/roofstock --- Transcript   Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: Hey everybody, Michael Albaum here. Welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. Today I've got with me a very special guest, Clint Coons with Andersen Business Advisors. And Clint is gonna be talking to us today about all things asset protection, and what we need to know about them as investors. So let's get into it.   Clint Coons, thank you so much for taking the time to hang out with me today. I really appreciate you coming on the show.   Clint: Mike, thanks for having me on. Looking forward to it. Yeah,   Michael: Absolutely. So for all of our listeners, if you could tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got into the world of asset protection.   Clint: Well, okay, so I'm an attorney that that that goes right. How do I how do I fall in asset protection? Well, I think a lot of it stemmed from the fact when I was growing up, my father was an avid real estate investor. And he, he wanted two kids, he got two sons, because he needed indentured servants for 27 years. And so I grew up working on my own my dad's real estate for free, he always said, hey, it's gonna be yours one day, so you better do a damn good job, or you know, I'm sending you to college, and I'm paying for it. So this is your payment. But what was interesting to me is that my my grandfather, my dad's dad, he's an attorney, and he never wants to told my dad, you should do this, this, protect your assets, reduce your taxes.   And so the few times that my father was involved in a lawsuit is more about let's just write a check to make this thing go away. And when I was in law school, start thinking about this, hey, there's got to be a better way to do it, rather than put yourself out there and, and have all your assets exposed, because there'll be some times when he would be legitimately concerned about a situation that came up maybe at an apartment building, that he thought, you know, there might be a big lawsuit coming down the road and hit him.   So that got me really started with my partner, when we started our firm, Anderson business advisors, you know, it was, I never thought I'd be where I'm at today with, you know, close to 400 employees and in multiple states. But when we started out, we saw that there was a real need for this and that people just weren't getting the right type of advice, I guess, when it came to protecting their assets. And so that's what I started doing.   Michael: No, that's awesome. And you so graciously are going to be offering everyone, all of our listeners a consult with a link in the show notes. So definitely check that out, if you are interested in scheduling a time with Clint or his staff in the show notes section of the podcast.   So curious to know, Clint, I mean, give us a high level of what asset protection is, what does that entail? Because I think it's a term that gets thrown around a lot in real estate investors love to sound fancy schmancy. So we love throwing terms around but give us a breakdown of what does it actually mean?   Cilnt: So So here's the thing I'll do, I'm gonna answer your question, but it's gonna be a little different here. You know, right now I have a portfolio that's over 250 properties spread out, cross unite, well, not all I don't have as many states as I used to. But it's in multiple asset classes, predominantly single family homes, that have multifamily commercial, also have warehouse and mobile homes. And when I started investing, I went about the approach of, you know, set up an entity, an LLC, or a corporation, that's what you're going to do to buy property and, and you're going to protect it. And I thought that was the way that it should be done.   And over the years, I started to recognize the fact that when it comes to asset protection planning, you just can't look at that by itself. And that's the mistake that I made when I first started practicing my partner and I, Toby, we came out of the gate and our firm we were doing really well and the first couple years and we could make $500,000 and, and because our firm works both on the tax and asset protection side, you know, we have CPAs tax preparers, bookkeepers and stuff, we would work to reduce our taxes down to zero, so I can make a half a million bucks and pay zero federal income tax. I thought I'm the smartest guy out there and   Michael: I have made it   Clint: Yeah, yeah. You want to be like me? Alright, let me just show you some of the things that we could do for you. And all of a sudden, at about 2004 or five I realized that all that stuff I was doing on the tax side really wasn't helped me out on the investing side. Because I wanted to be in a real estate mess or just like my father I want to go out there and buy and buy properties and I started struggling because you know when you go to an underwriter What do they ask for copies of your tax return. So I turn over my tax returns and they look at and they say hell you make no money. Yeah, it just doesn't show up there. Yeah. Thank you. You're a drug dealer, right? You're running coke to Miami.   Not the best scenario to be in. And so when it came to the asset protection side, I started realizing Alright, so you got the tech side, get this asset protection side, so, so you can put stuff in entities and you can overstretch yourself, I started realizing too, on some of the investments when I was trying to apply for an SVA loan, they would look at some of my structuring and they go, What the hell are you doing, you know, I don't see your name associated with this, and I'm trying to get a loan closed, and I can't get it closed because of some of the planning that I had done, which sounded really great at the time. And so for me, it was a matter of finally coming to this realization that for any investor, you have to look at three things, you look at asset protection, you look at tax planning, you look at business planning, and you understand that the entities and the tax planning that you do, should further you're investing and investing to me as a business.   And many of the things that I tell our we tell our clients run contrary to what a CPA is going to say, or possibly what an attorney is going to tell them because they themselves only look at that one leg. And they don't understand the wider picture of what it takes to get a deal done. Unless you have tons and gobs of cash floating around where you're going to you're not going to use leverage, you have to be sensitive to that. And, you know, even when I started, I was flipping properties in the Vegas market for a couple of years, my partner and I and we'd set up an S corp to flip them, we had separate LLC set up to minimize the risk and everything's running great, then we decided to wind this thing down. As you know, more California investors started coming in and screwing up our returns on these deals were picking up.   Michael: Yeah, we have a tendency to do that kind of across the board!   Clint: I know we would look at something and think, oh, man, that's it. That's a 60% return like not touching anything less, it's 28 to 30. Because you get a taste for that. And you don't want to deal with anything else after that point. Right. And so I started winding that business down. And because of the way I'd set it up through an S corp, you know, I thought it already solved my problems. I went away from, you know, deferring on my taxes and changing, I started showing more income and then I set up this flipping business and then that flipping business starts to become an anchor around me because every time I turn over my tax returns my 1040s. It's a what's going on with this business over here, it looks like it's about out of business. So I'm just winding it down. Well, how do we know you're just not very successful, and you have outstanding obligations and all this stuff that the bankers or underwriters like to throw out the brokers throw back on you? And it was it's been a learning experience, to say the least.   And so when I went to your question, when you talk about asset protection high level, you need to think of it at that what I described think of as a three legged stool that the entities can help you do more. And that's what they should do, you should set up structures that are going to protect you, but at the same time allow you to achieve your goals. You don't want to create a structure that's going to handcuff you. And it's going to make it hard for you to get to where you want to be because you have to deal with title companies, you're going to have to deal with underwriters at the end of the day and local attorneys or CPAs. And so you have to be able to explain it. And if you can't explain that you don't understand it, it's really not going to be beneficial for you.   And so I always approach it in that manner. Look at what you're doing, and then design the plan around the investing rather than stick the investor into one common plan, which so many people end up doing when they're working with people who don't who aren't real estate investors themselves.   Michael: Yep. I think that makes so much sense. And I love that you have kind of all three components at your company because I think so often too many of us have a great CPA that we've worked with and become investors and say, Okay, well, this is what I'm doing. Talk to a CPA, TPAs, tell them something, they go do it and then they go talk to their attorney and attorneys like yeah, I shouldn't have done that, like, Oh, crap. Well, the CPA told me and the attorney tells you one thing you go do and his CPA goes, I wish you hadn't done that. It's like, come on, can't we all talk under the same roof? So I think makes…   Clint: that I would probably step in and tell them a completely different strategy.   Michael: Yeah, there you go. So talk to us a little bit about some of the different vehicles that are involved with, we'll call it a quote unquote, asset protection, a typical asset protection scheme, somebody a lot of our listeners have a couple of single family homes, and they're looking to protect themselves, what are some of the different options or vehicles that they have likely heard about that they might want to consider utilizing?   Clint: Typically what we're going to look at, of course, as a limited liability company, LLC for for single family investors, if that's what you're doing, you know, the buy and hold type. I like to use limited liability companies and about 90% of the time, because that structure allows you to control how the income is going to hit your tax return, which is which I think is oftentimes overlooked by people, professionals who are not real estate investors. And I'll, I'll come back and circle back to explain that in a minute.   So the LLC is a hybrid entity, it gives you asset protection, something happens inside of the box, you know, I always say it's going to stay inside of the box verse and it also protects your assets from what you may do, you know, say you sign a personal guarantee on something and then you default and they sue you. Typically LLC should protect the assets from your creditors. And so when we're working with investors, we want to make sure that they're utilizing that structure in the right context. And you know where you're investing as well, because it could change if you're investing in Florida, I'm probably going to use a land trust in Florida because most people have a mortgage on their property, if they want to protect it, and they transferred into an LLC, well, then you have the doc stamps, which is going to hit you for one to $3,000, possibly on that transfer.   But if you use a Land Trust, you've got to pay any tax, and you get the same asset protection as the LLC if something were to go wrong. Whereas if you're in California, I'm probably gonna use a statutory trust out there, because in that context, you're gonna save $800 a year in a franchise tax, whereas the LLC in California, they're gonna want $800 for each LLC set up. And there's other nuances…   Michael: Per year for all you California listeners.   Clint: Per year. Yeah, maybe in Texas, it's a series LLC, or a Tennessee might be the same thing. And so what I tend to do is we want to look at where you're investing, number one, and then we'll decide whether or not it's going to be a limited liability company, or a trust for single family investments. But the mistake that I see that people make, and I used to make this mistake when I would teach, when I first started teaching asset protection workshops for real estate investors, is that I would tell people, hey, you know, if you got four properties, look at the equity value, and if it's under 250, to $300,000, put all four properties into one limited liability company.   And the reason I would tell people that is a, I looked at asset protection from an equity standpoint, you know, I got four properties, what's the most I stand to lose that if something goes wrong with one of those properties, there's toxic mole, the smoke detectors not working in the place burns down, because the meth dealer that you're renting to disable them, and then their family turns around and sue's You these are all stories that have from our clients, by the way?   Michael: Oh, yeah, I though you were grabbing these from thin air.   Clint: No, Hell no, he got a multi million dollar lawsuit for wrongful death. And I'm like, he must have been the most successful meth dealer in that county. You know, they say his life was worth that much. But you say you approach it with this, you that mindset that it's all about the equity. And when people think about setting up LLC is, you know, they're they're trying to save, they think, well, I don't want to spend the money, they don't see it as an investment. They see it as a cost. And that's really a preservation mindset, not a growth mindset when you go that way.   But then it dawned on me, when my investing took off, and I started buying more. And I started to realize, as a single family investor, it's not about the equity, I'm not buying these properties, I do a lot of investing in Winston Salem. And you know, that's not an equity play, that is just purely income. And that's why I buy residential real estate is to generate that that monthly cash flow that mailbox money that comes in.   So I started realizing Wait a minute, I'm buying for cash flow, let's say had four properties in one LLC, and one lawsuit takes out all four properties. Yeah, I lose $200,000 equity. But that doesn't hurt as bad as losing the $24,000 in income I was bringing in every year because that's what I had my wife quit her job, and now she's working full time in real estate. Or maybe we're sending her kids to college now and that $16,000 or $24,000, and we no longer have it. That's life altering for a lot of people to lose that money that you'd come to count on.   And I started thinking, Wait a minute, I'm doing this wrong, I'm doing people a disservice. And so they start telling, hey, when it comes to asset protection, put one property per LLC, that's and and that's not uniform, okay. Now at my level, I probably I typically group 10 properties for LLC. And people say, well, you're hypocrite you just told me to put one you're just trying to charge me more for make more money off me. Yeah, that's exactly that's all you know, I'm an attorney. Right? What's the difference between lawyer and liar, pronounciation.   So why? Why is that? It's because when you hit my level of investing, you have 200 properties, and you have 20 limited liability companies with 10 properties in each. And each of those LLC, let's say is thrown off 50 grand a year, I can lose a 10 pack of properties in a lawsuit and that $50,000 Yeah, it sucks to lose 50k but I've got 19 others giving me $50,000 a year. Whereas if that was all you had, and you just lost that $50,000 in income, that's life altering for me. It's not changing the wine I'm ordering at night, that's not changing where I'm vacationing, it's not changing anything about my lifestyle. And so I often tell people you know, when you get up to about 20 properties, then look at starting to group them, because I would never put myself in a situation where I have 250 limited liability companies set up to protect my assets, right? But when you're starting out, that's when you really need the protection, because that's where you're more apt to make mistakes as well.   Michael: Yeah. So I come from the insurance world, for better or for worse, I was raised in that world and used to work in commercial property insurance. So I'm curious to get your thoughts around people, because there's kind of the two camps, there's the pro LLC camp, and then there's the no LLC camp. The no LLC camp says, especially for the California investors, for 800 bucks, you can go buy a lot of umbrella insurance, a lot of excellent coverage. What are your thoughts around that for especially for folks that are just starting out?   Clint: Well, I mean, you need the insurance no matter what you do. And so you always have to get a policy. The way I look at it, when it comes to insurance planning is Do you trust your carrier is going to actually step in when you really need them? And going to pick up that claim? Or is that claim even covered, most people never read their policy, so they don't have a clue as to what's excluded.   Michael: Right. And that's a very long list, by the way   Clint: It is, and it keeps getting longer my business. But my partner here at Anderson, he used to be on the insurance side, he represented insurance companies, and he has a great little story where he talks about they always, you know, have these conventions about how they're excluding more and even charging more for less coverage,   Michael: For less coverage.   Clint: Yeah. So what I tell people is, it's the way I go about my planning for our clients is that I want to create a situation where number one, people don't even know what you because the way we structure the LLC is on the single family side, if somebody run an asset search, you're not going to be associated back to these properties, it's really difficult for them to find that you're the owner, because you can set up LLC, in a way in which your name is not tied to it on the public database. So you know, Secretary of State's website.   And so the whole reasoning behind this strategy is to get the plaintiff's counsel to take your policy limits. The Listen, that's my whole goal. I said, you know, if you're likely to be in sued those is pretty small. I've never been sued on my real estate have come close, but I've never been involved in a lawsuit. But if it did happen, I'd want it to be where, you know, they say we can't get after anything or better. They don't even know what you have. And and they'll take your policy limits and go away.   In fact, one of my clients in California, you brought up California and they have a nightclub. And two guys were injured. When they walked out of the nightclub, they got hit by a car by somebody who was in the parking lot. And so these three attorneys representing these two individuals, were suing for 15 20 million bucks. And my client that had the nightclub, which is probably the most responsible party for over serving, someone was able to walk away with policy limits. That was it. And in Why was that? Because all of his assets that are close to 15 to $20 million, were completely hidden from plaintiff's counsel, they couldn't figure this out, couldn't tie it back to them.   But then they went to the building owner, the least culpable person in this neurology was on a building's leasing it to this nightclub. And when he tried to settle, they're like, man, we did an asset search and live this, what they said is that we know what you're worth, and we know you can afford to pay. So you're gonna take we're gonna take policy plus on you. And he's looking at the other guy, which happened to be his son, he's like, this is BS, you have more than me, and you're walking away without paying anything and said, well dad, that's why you don't hold things in your own name the way you do. And so that's the way I approach planning. You know, you can't see what you can't see. And if you set it up that way, it's a great defense.   Michael: Interesting. And as someone who has set things up in a certain way, how easy is it to change once it's already in place?   Clint: Yeah. So I mean, you can do some things. But unfortunately, there's always going to be a trail there. If somebody were to dig hard enough, they're going to be able to find it out. But I often tell people I said, most attorneys in my experience that bring these types of cases are lazy. And they're just going to do a cursory analysis. And they're not going to dig deeper to see who's actually involved. So it's worth pursuing. But what's even more important to when you're setting up these structures is understanding the tax side of it that, you know, when you set up an LLC, we all know their pass through entities and a lot of people like to set up disregarded LLC, so they don't have to pay a CPA to file a tax return. And I get it. I mean, most of my LLC is are disregarded, they don't file federal tax returns.   But I like to filter that down on my 1040. By having that I call it a holding company will set up an LLC in a state like Wyoming or Delaware, and it will own all my single family residential LLCs as well point down to it. And on that one, I'm going to have it set up to be treated as a partnership. So it's going to file a 1065 and I know that's that some people say it's a cost I'm going to tell you it's an investment and when you pay a CPA to do that Because most of the loans that, you know I've dealt with, or my clients are dealing with on the single family residential side, they're underwritten by Freddie Fannie guidelines because those brokers are selling them off. And so they're going to take your 1040, they're gonna look at your, your schedule E, and they say, all right, look at all these properties, you're a new investor, you have three properties, right? And they're on your schedule E page one because either you hold them in your own name, or you hold them through a disregarded LLC, where you got the asset protection.   But when you're applying for the next loan, and they run a debt to income ratio on you, to see whether or not you qualify, you're pulling in $50,000 a year in rental income, but they're not going to give you credit for 50k, they're only going to give you credit for about $38,000. And you say, well, that's not fair. They say yeah, but we have to take 25%, throw it out the window, because Freddie Fannie will buy this stuff. If we give you full credit, we only can give you credit for 75% for vacancies.   But if you hold it the way I'm describing, you take that same amount of income, you put it on a different page of your tax return, the way it filters down, then you get 100% of that income credited towards your debt to income ratio. And it's just I mean, I find it astonishing how many people continue to make these mistakes where they start getting up against his debt limit on investment property loan limits, and he's wondering, Well, why is that, you know, I can pull out their 1040? Or are teams doing like, right here, right here, I need to change this. And it's as simple as just changing what you're doing   Michael: Very, very interesting. So at what point would you say it's appropriate for someone to sit down with someone such as yourself or at your firm? or do some real business and tax and and legal planning? Is it their first property before they got their first property? Is it after they have five? Is there are a good number?   Clint: Well, it depends on what you're doing. So if you're just strictly single family, then the next question is going to be if you have money properties at your single family investors, my next question is gonna be how you're going to fund the deal if you're going to use traditional financing. And then what I would tell you is listen, get the property First, if you're going to buy a property, maybe you think that you're going to be able to do a cash out refinance in a short period of time on it, within six months, you're going to try to angle for that, well, then I can't even touch that property, you can't do any planning with it for the first six months, but if it's not that type of play, where you're buying the property and rehabbing it and then go on to do a cash out refi on it, then then my recommendation would be after you get your first property that would be the time to explore what we're doing as far as asset protection is concerned.   Now if you're buying for cash or private money is coming into the deal to finance it for you and so you're not dealing with a broker or maybe it's a portfolio lender. I often tell individuals I always tell people that I work with or in our events, Hey, go out and find a community lender develop a relationship with a community bank that's going to be one of your best friends going forwards I mean it hasn't been for me and those deals I can't put together through other means and they have different lending standards so in that situation maybe you explore possibly taking title in the LLC itself so it never hits your name Yeah, you're gonna be on the debt but those types of lenders are they will allow you to close in an LLC. Whereas your Freddie Fannie stuff, it can't happen you're gonna have to close in your own name and then you can transfer later on into the limited liability company.   So I'd like to close in the name and the way I typically tell people to write up their agreements if you're making an offer you know, put your name and or designated entity on the offer and the reason I use that language is so that if it turns out that I'm working with a portfolio or private I can then set up an LLC and close in that LLC and the lender couldn't object to or the seller couldn't object because I had that language in there and if you ever asked by the realtor or the seller Why did you put that extra line in there? best response is my and then fill CPA or attorney you choose told me that they're not sure yet on how I'm going to take title of this property for either, choose again tax or estate planning throw it in there purposes and so they may want me to close in and one of the entities I've set up for me and then whenever you throw those names out there CPA or attorney tends to make the sellers and their agents go Okay, no problem.   Michael: Okay. Yeah, sounds good. Yeah, all right. That's great. That's good. Something I actually do on every offer I make or every purchase I make is Michael album or assignee because I need to be able to move that around.   Clint: Perfect. Yeah, that's I mean, you know, you're you're an avid investor. So you've been doing it.   Michael: Yeah. Now that's, that's a great tip. That's a great tip. Clint, I'm curious to know and hopefully you can shed some light on is something I've heard in the past is, if if I go get a really big umbrella policy, even inside of an LLC, or a big a big high liability limit on an insurance policy, I'm putting a big target on my back, because like you mentioned, a lot of these folks are not going to go much deeper in So they're gonna say look here's the policy limit we could can see this guy is worth 5 million or this gals is worth 5 million so how do you think about how much to insure something I've heard is insure up to the the property value or the equity rather in an LLC or in the property I'm curious to get your thoughts around how much insurance should you get?   Clint: Yeah, I agree with that um, I think that's a is typically a good way to approach it whatever your foreseeable risk of loss could be on that property. So typically, you're going to be looking at somewhere around 200,000 250 total for any type of bodily harm injury things like that that can come up from that but it's not to say wouldn't still have an umbrella policy if you can get it I mean, I'm sure you've had some other events where you've interviewed people who work with real estate investors and they offer those types of policies there's a number of them there's a few of them out there that I direct people to as well because it's good just to have the umbrella now if you go excess liability what a lot of people don't realize with insurance is that these things get stacked on top of one another so if any layer there gets cut out many times it throws off the rest so you could say well I have this umbrella policy or excess liability policy but if you're if it's predicated on your umbrella paying first now then if they doesn't pay then they don't pay and so that's why I'm not into the stalking the insurance get game because many times they find ways to get out of it.   Michael: That makes sense. And I'm curious if you could share with us some common mistakes that you hear people come you know that experience in their life whether they're a new client they're like Clint, I tried to do it the cheap route and do it on my own and now I need you to fix it or are you someone that was working with somebody else and you know, regale us with some with some of America's Funniest Home Videos   Clint: Well typically comes down to this is not understanding the investment that they're getting into and and what's going to happen down the road for example I was working with this was last year a guy called me yes I met him on YouTube, he calls me up and says hey, I've been trying to sell this multifamily deal that I got into I bought and I'm buyers keep falling out of under the financing contingency I've gone through two I've got my third one on right now and what's going on? I said well how's it held? You said an LLC so like let me get your LLC is a disregarded LLC said yeah, that's why I set it up on whose advice well my CPAs that I wouldn't file a tax return if I did it this way.   Well he's, right but the problem is is that when you go to sell you know the underwriter is going to look up they're gonna pull title it's gonna say LLC and the what they're asked for is tax returns. I mean, that's they assume every LLC has to file a tax return. So that's your problem. You can't verify income and expenses, you should have been set up filing a return. And so it's things like that, that that that creep up on people or let's say you you don't understand the state law with regards to holding property, I brought up Florida let's say you buy some property in Florida, you set up an LLC deed your property into the Florida LLC, got $150,000 in debt on it, the assessor sends you a bill a month and a half later saying you owe 100, or you know, 1500 bucks in doc stamps, like, well, where did this come from? Well, it's because you put in the LLC, you should have never done that.   So those are the things that come up, or Pennsylvania, for instance, you know, if you set up an LLC in Pennsylvania to transfer your property in the county is going to nick ya for at least between two to 810 $12,000 on that property transfer. So knowing what you should do to get that protection is so important. And that's where investors oftentimes make these mistakes, where they just don't do anything. And that's the worst. And I often tell people when I teach you before COVID we always teach these you know, live events, 3d asset protection events for real estate investors. And on break, you always got attendees that want to rush in and ask questions. And I can always pick that one guy that had the story and I knew the story before he even got up to the front of the room because of the look on their face. And I always start out like this, you know, I used to have and now I don't and I wish…   Michael: Back in the good old days.   Clint: Yeah, I wish and my wife told me and I didn't listen but I do now. So those are the things that you know, you cannot predict when a lawsuit is going to occur. And if you're going to start getting that start investing in real estate, you know, just understand what you're getting into and look at setting up a structure as investing back into your business and that's what you need to look at real estate investing as a as a business. And then not only do you need the right structure, you need the right tax and accounting firm to work with or CPA who's gonna keep keep good books and records for you know, profit loss balance sheet, because there's going to come a time where someone's going to ask for that information.   And if your stuff doesn't look professional Like you actually pay attention to the details, then they're going to whoever you're working with is going to make an assumption that you're too risky to do business with. And then it's going to create doubt in their mind. And those instances come about, at times when you least expect it. I mean, look what's gone on now with COVID. You go back to, to last year where they had the idol loan and the triple p loans. A lot of people we couldn't help get this money because they'd never paid attention that to their financial side, the loss and balance sheet. Yeah, I mean, they guys would write down their p&l on a napkin. I've got pictures on it. Yeah, they would. They would take a picture of it and send it in and say, Here, give this at the SPM like, a series a napkin? Yeah, buddy, you can't help you. And then they'd be mad.   Michael: At least use graph paper. Come on.   Clint: Yeah, something. And crayons. So it's interesting, but that's what I often tell people, there are certain things you need to do, and you're sticking your head in the sand, saying that it's never gonna happen to me, it is going to happen to you. But it seems like you appreciate the risk and you take reasonable steps to mitigate that risk, you're going to be in a much better situation, because no one wants to give it all away after you've spent, you know, 5 10 15 years, building this this stuff up? Yeah.   Michael: Yeah, that makes total sense. Then I've got two more questions before Yeah. And then I'm gonna let you get out of here. One is, I've actually heard of using debt as a form of asset protection in the sense that of, hey, if I, if I saddled this property with debt, I take out all of my equity possible, no one's gonna want to sue me over it, because they don't stand a whole lot the game Is that a fair way to think about it?   Clint: We'll see. Alright, so I tell people the exact same thing, we show them strategies where they can put, I'll call it Phantom debt on their own property to make it look unattractive to a creditor to want to go after and we've heard these is friendly liens. But at the end of the day, they're just smoke screens, number one. And that's to discourage that the shakedown lawsuits right where somebody is coming after you really don't have a claim, they think they're just going to put pressure on you, and you're going to capitulate and roll over and pay him, right, but on a legit judgment, now, that's not going to help you because what what attorney would do in my instance, I would just record the judgment in the county, wherever you're located. And that that's just going to sit there. And if you try to sell or refi, any property, I'm going to get paid. And so I'm going to sit back, I'm going to make 10% rate of annual interest on that debt. And what you're going to be doing is working for me, but you just don't realize it because you're not going to default on your debt, you're gonna keep paying that mortgage down. And eventually, one of these days, you're going to want to sell that property or refi, that property, and that's the day I'm going to get paid.   Or I'm going to move against the property at such time where I figured there's enough equity in there because the equity is going to continue to go up. So it's a payday. I mean, a lot of times that's what what plaintiffs will do, they're not going to move on the property directly. We're gonna sit back and wait, let that judgment, you know, grow at a 10 cap, who doesn't want a 10? cap? So so that's what it does for you.   Michael: Yeah. So not necessarily a cure all of Hey, I just laid the thing with debt, and I don't have to worry about it.   Clint: You do when you want to sell a refi? Because that's when they get paid.   Michael: That's when they get paid. Okay. That's really good to know. That's really good to know. And then my last question for you is because you mentioned California, and I'm a California guy, and I think we've got a lot of California listeners. they'd heard over a year, California Franchise Tax fee just sucks. Like there's no other way to put it. So how you mentioned that there's a way to get around it. And was that via a trust?   Clint: Yeah, actually, there's a couple of ways around it. One way is to use what's referred to as a disregarded limited partnership. And that is an entity a similar to a limited liability company. But the issue I have with with that strategy is that it's predicated upon a Franchise Tax Board ruling in 2019, that held the disregarded LP did not fall under the revenue tax code provision that assesses the $800 to disregarded LLC. They said hey, if the legislature intended to they would have put limited disregarded LPs in there, but they didn't, they just said disregarded LLC.   Well, the Franchise Tax Board moved to get the legislature to change the law, the revenue tax code, which they have not done yet to incorporate disregarded limited partnerships in that definition has been subject to the $800 franchise tax. You can use them and I have some clients that prefer to go that route because they're more familiar with the limited partnership and working with third parties, but there's always a risk California changes it and incorporates it into the revenue and tax code because of this Tax Court ruling.   Now on the other side of that is to use business trusts. And you've probably heard the term Delaware statutory trust which is a trust that it That has become synonymous with 1031 exchanges. So if you sold a piece of property and then you wanted to roll into a syndication, it wouldn't qualify into a typical syndication structure as an LLC. But if you structured as a trust, you can, the IRS has ruled that it's an acceptable interest to roll into. And so a lot of syndicators that want to bring in 1031 money started using that Delaware statutory trust framework to allow this to occur.   Well, the trust itself offers asset protection. So if you put an asset into it, and something goes wrong with that asset, the beneficiaries of the trust are completely protected from the claims of the trust creditors. Wyoming has a statute that's very similar to Delaware. And I choose to use Wyoming just because it's a little less expensive. And it's a little more flexibility built into their trust statute. So what we'll do for California investors, oftentimes this create a Wyoming statutory trust, then registered in California as a business trust, we have to make one filing in California, and then they can start holding their California real estate in these business trusts, instead of limited liability companies and the business trust is not subject to that $800 franchise fee.   And in fact, if you invest outside of California, I mean, the Franchise Tax Board has taken the position that since you live in California, any LLC you create on this planet, or some other planet is doing business in California, and out of it, yeah. So so many times, we'll just set up the trust in in every state that we can, that actually recognizes a business trust to hold real estate.   Michael: Very interesting   Clint: That's a way around it.   Michael: Very, very interesting.   Clint: I'll still have an LLC, though for you will still have your interest in that trust owned by typically a Wyoming Limited Liability Company, and you'll still have to pay $800 on that. So you can't get away from the $800 fee completely with the way we put the structures together, we'll just minimize it down to no more than $1600 a year total. So you could have 50 trust and you're not paying more than 16 $100. And banks. I mean, I just did a deal with one of my clients, we set up for Ws T's for some buildings in California, and they were able to go through the refi process with Chase Bank, I had to do some work with Chase to get them to understand it. Namely they said these don't exist. And I say well, hell you guys underwrite this loan right here. And it's in a Delaware statutory trust. So what am I missing here? Are you guys are obviously using these things? And yeah, went through. There is a little bit of a learning curve there for some some institutions, but they di work.   Michael: All right. Well, I might have to schedule a call with you here offline, because there's definitely something there. Well, Clint, this has been so great, man, thank you so much for taking the time, where can folks get a hold of you, or some of your colleagues, if they have additional questions want to reach out to you for your services?   Clint: Yeah, I'd be happy to give anybody that will would like a free strategy session, if you just go in the show notes. It's ABA.link/roofstock, you can go there and click on that link, it'll bring you to a website and just put in the information. Or if you just want to, you know, Google, my name, YouTube, I got a ton of information. I mean, we lead by educating people and we give it all away for free the education because we want you to make informed decisions when it comes to your investing.   And it's really based upon as I stated, you know, real world experience because we're doing what you're doing when it comes to investing and I'm sharing with you those strategies that I'm finding that make better helpful for me and those for our clients to help them find success and build their business.   Michael: Love it. Love it, Well Clint. Thanks again. Definitely look forward to chatting with you and do yourself a favor. Take care. All right.   Clint: Thank you, likewise.   Michael: Alrighty, everybody a big big, big thank you to Clint, that was an awesome episode. I know that I got a lot out of it. And as he was talking, I was like, Oh, I need to be doing some, some changing around here. So definitely give that one another listen to definitely check out the show notes with a link to a free console with Clint and his team. I think it's definitely something that everybody can learn and use from. If you liked the episode. As always, feel free to leave us a rating or review. We'd love to hear about new episode ideas. So leave us a comment in the comment section. Looking forward to seeing you on the next one

Isaac's Autism in the Wild
Episode #111 Soar Behavioral

Isaac's Autism in the Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 49:46


In this episode of ISAAC'S Autism in the Wild Podcast Holly was joined by Jim Matthews, Executive Director of SOAR Behavior Services. SOAR is a prominent ABA provider in Spokane with locations across the state of Washington, in Idaho, and Nevada.  We discuss how SOAR was founded and the services they provide. We also delve … Read More Read More

Mamos be dramos
Mamos be dramos su Vytautu Butėnu. Aplinka turi būti pritaikoma vaikui, o ne vaikas prie aplinkos

Mamos be dramos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 78:46


Apie terminologiją, patirtis vaiko raidos centre, ABA terapijos metodą ir, kodėl jis netiko šeimai, bei tai, kaip kilo idėja kurti FB puslapį, kalbamės su tėčiu, programuotoju, FB puslapio „Autisto tėtis“ bendrakūrėju ir autoriumi Vytautu Butėnu. FB puslapis: https://www.facebook.com/autistotetis

Good Seats Still Available
232: DC Hoops History - With Brett Abrams

Good Seats Still Available

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 118:38


It's a return to the Nation's Capital this week as we take a romp through Washington, DC's surprisingly rich pro basketball history with Brett Abrams (The Bullets, the Wizards, and Washington, DC Basketball). While today's astute District hoops fans know the current Washington Wizards were once known as the Bullets - the name under which the franchise won its one and only NBA title back in 1978, and from which it converted to its mystically less violence-connoted label in 1997 - lesser devotees of the team are aware of its previous home (Baltimore: 1963-73), let alone its origins as the NBA's first-ever expansion club in 1961, the Chicago Packers. Of course, true Washington basketball connoisseurs know the city's relationship with the professional game runs far deeper - dating all the way back to the mid-1920s American Basketball League "Palace Five" - owned by future Washington NFL football owner George Preston Marshall. And in between, a host of teams - all domiciled in the NE quadrant's history-drenched Washington Coliseum (née Uline Arena) - attempted to keep pro hoops in the local sports spotlight: The Red Auerbach-coached Capitols (1946-51) of the NBA-antecedent Basketball Association of America; The half-season-lasting Tapers of Abe Saperstein's not-much-longer-lasting "new" American Basketball League (1961); and The exceedingly curious single season (1969-70) American Basketball Association "Caps" - the peripatetic franchise that began its life (along with the ABA's) in 1967 as the Oakland Oaks, and ended as the regionally-oriented Virginia Squires until the league's demise in 1976. 

MONDO Podcast
ŠESTA LIČNA: Počinje ABA liga, najjača do sada! | S4 E01

MONDO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 108:00


Čekanje je gotovo – nova sezona može da počne! Kada su se ugasile kamere u našem omiljenom studiju sredinom leta, Milvoki je postao novi šampion NBA, a na Jadran je, na prvi pogled barem, mirovao. Ispostaviće se da je taj mir bio samo zatišje pred pravu buru, jer ono što se desilo leta 2021. istorija će pamtiti kao uvertiru pred jednu od – čvrsto verujemo – najkvalitetnijih ABA sezona u istoriji. Zašto tako mislimo? Pa, verujem da znate o čemu se radi do sada...dok su Miloš i Edin odmarali posle de facto dve spojene sezone, Partizan je vratio Željka Obradovića i doveo de facto ceo novi tim, Zvezda je najavila odbranu titule sa transferima Nikole Kalinića i Nikole Ivanovića, a Budućnost je „ispod radara“ napravila odličnu ekipu koju će sa klupe ponovo voditi Aleksandar Džikić. Ali dobro. Da krenemo redom... ABA liga će, dakle, i ove godine brojati 14 ekipa. Plej-of je proširen na šest mesta, u formatu koji nalikuje NFL takmičenju – prvoplasirane dve ekipe će odmoriti prvo kolo i imati direktan plasman u finale, dok će se ostali nadmetati u četvrtfinalu. Pobednik (najverovatnije) dobija plasman u Evroligu. Poslednji ispada, a pretposlednji ide u baraž. U grupi „ugroženih“, Miloš i Edin pre svih vide novajliju Derbi iz Podgorice (tj. Studentski Grad), koji opet nije bez svojih kvaliteta i može iznenadi. Tu je i standardni trojac u sastavu Split – Zadar – Krka, a po nekim procenama, i FMP lako može da im se priključi. „Srednji dom“ broji četiri ekipe, i neko će se od njih boriti za plej-of poziciju. Nešto dalji od tog cilja su Cibona i Borac, koji će jedva dočekati navijače u svojoj hali kraj Morave. Mega je ostala bez gotovo svih nosilaca igre iz prethodne sezone – tu su sada neki novi klinci, a videćemo jesu li i jednako talentovani kao ova generacija koja im je prethodila. Igokea je u poslednjih par sezona uspešno tranzicionirala iz ekipe koja je neretko umela da se nađe u „nebranom grožđu“ i dovede opstanak u pitanje, do standardnog borca za učešće u plej-ofu. Sportski sektor predvođen Vukom Radivojevićem je ponovo dobro proučio tržište i povukao neke poteze, videćemo da li i dovoljne za još jednu kartu za doigravanje i dobar plasman u FIBA LŠ. „Širi krug“ favorita čine ekipe Mornara, Cedevite Olimpije i Budućnosti. Mornar je na papiru slabiji nego prošlih sezona – braća Pavićević su odustali od „putujući Jadran All-Stars“ koncepta, i sada imaju nešto kompaktniji roster predvođen Nemanjom Gordićem. Cedevita Olimpija je zadržala Jaku Blažiča i dovela neke nove strance – najopasnija je, svakako, Budućnost sa već spomenutim Džikićem, koji je učvrstio kadar doveđenjem nekolicine proverenih veterana poput Vladimira Micova. Ali, ostaje da se vidi kako će se ekipa izboriti sa prisiljenim odsustvom Danila Nikolića, i igrački i mentalno. I naravno, tu su na kraju Crvena Zvezda i Partizan, dva najveća favorita. Ovi prvi su vladajući šampioni – na klupi imaju Dejana Radonjića koji zna kako se osvajaju ABA trofeji, a na parketu su jači za Nikolu Kalinića, Ostina Holinsa, Nikolu Ivanovića i još ponekog. Oni drugi – pa, oni su doveli Željka Obradovića...i ne samo njega, već i Kevina Pantera, Rodionsa Kuruksa, Jama Madara, Zeka Ledeja, Alena Smailagića... Jasno vam je da će borba za titulu biti do poslednjeg daha. I zato, nema boljeg načina da se „uvedete“ u sezonu od uvodnog podkasta koji će vam najaviti ABA liga sezonu 21-22, uz sve informacije koje vam trebaju, a i mnoge koje vam ne trebaju. Saznaćete, između ostalog, i koji je Edinov omiljeni argentinski fudbaler, informacija bez koje do danas sigurno niste mogli. Uživajte u premijeri nove sezone kako ABA, tako i podkasta. Naše druženje je tek počelo...odvojite par sati i uživajte. I vidimo se sledeće nedelje!

Autism Weekly
Learning Independent Living Skills On The Spectrum | Interview with Jenna Knauss #53

Autism Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 33:28


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 adults on the spectrum find success in college, employment, and independent living since 1984. Download the latest podcast episode to learn more!    Learn more about the College Internship Program:  https://cipworldwide.org/about-cip/cip-at-a-glance/    Learn more about Jenna Knauss:  https://cipworldwide.org/staff/jenna-knauss/   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.

ABA Banking Journal Podcast
Breaking Down the Tax Reporting Proposal and Its Path in Congress

ABA Banking Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 21:55


The fight on Capitol Hill over the Biden administration's controversial tax proposal is likely to go on for another four to six weeks, and the proposal may continue to be raised after that, according to ABA EVP James Ballentine. On the latest episode the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — sponsored by S&P Global Market Intelligence — Ballentine joins ABA's Rob Nichols and John Kinsella to dig into the details of the proposal and its legislative outlook. Ballentine, Nichols and Kinsella dig into the details of the proposal, including privacy concerns and operational challenges banks would face; examine the impact of the proposal on the unbanked rate; outline the current state of play on Capitol Hill and the near-term outlook; and discuss what bankers and their clients can do take action. Take action and find customer resources at SecureAmericanOpportunity.com. This episode is sponsored by S&P Global Market Intelligence.

KOTO Community Radio News
Off the Record 9-21-21: La Ayuda Financiera para la Universidad

KOTO Community Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 27:02


El Programa de True North Youth y María Abañil-Rangel de Tri-County Health Network hablan sobre la ayuda financiera para la universidad.

Documentary Diehards
49. ABA basketball, NBA team names

Documentary Diehards

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 46:04


30 for 30 documentary reviewed: "Free Spirits." Sam Anderson, Ren Clayton, and Nic Rudolph break down a movie about the 'Spirits of St. Louis' ABA basketball team. Wild escapades took place during the Spirits' two season lifespan. The gang marvels at the deal struck, giving the team's owners a yearly (big) paycheck from the NBA in perpetuity. A game of Mount Rushmore is then played with favorite NBA team ~names~. And Nic pitches an idea for a documentary about the impact the NIL is having on college athletes.

Faced Out, with Brad & Liz
The Bit of Hodge & A Lot of Podge Episode

Faced Out, with Brad & Liz

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 70:31


Brad & Liz are back from their vacations, they're rested (more or less), and they're still keen to talk about bookselling! Today's episode includes a discussion of the ABA tomfoolery, supply chain hijinks, and sideline shenanigans. 

Mike Ward Sous Écoute
#339 – Erich Preach et Mike Beaudoin

Mike Ward Sous Écoute

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 126:58


Cet épisode est une présentation des boissons Le Southern Comfort (https://www.saq.com/fr/105601) et du podcast de Therrien Et Therrien Les Éconos (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSUs13jJBwYQhv7nAeu5l_A)Dans cet épisode de Sous Écoute, Mike reçoit Erich Preach qui nous parle des commentaires haineux que lui et Aba reçoivent et Mike Beaudoin qui s'est fait reprocher d'être ambitieux.--------Patreon - http://Patreon.com/sousecouteTwitter - http://twitter.com/sousecouteFacebook - https://www.facebook.com/sousecoute/instagram - https://www.instagram.com/sousecouteTwitch - https://www.twitch.tv/sousecouteDiscord - https://discord.gg/6yE63Uk

MTMV Sports Podcast Network
Interview with Stephen Julien Semi Pro Women's Team Owner and Urban Not Average Board Member, Benefits of Praying and Waiting on God, and How to Encourage Yourself with Positive Confessions

MTMV Sports Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 29:10


My guest interviewee Stephen Julien was born in Trinidad and Tobago, and he came to Boston, MA at the age of 6. As he grew older, basketball became a great outlet for him to stay out of trouble. At the age of 19, he was offered the opportunity to coach his high school CYO team, where they went on to win the cities. Even since then, he fell in love with coaching basketball. 10 years later, while also coaching in all the women's tournaments, he started up a semi-pro women's program called The Boston Bombers out of the WBCBL. He took a try at the ABA men's division and continued a successful program. In 2021, he has embarked on a team in the WABA called The New England TrailBlazers, which he plans on hiring at least 80% women on his staff to give them the opportunity to one day own their own team or get other job opportunities on the college or NBA level. His Women's Team IG page: @newenglandtrailblazers On Quiet Time with God segment, I talk about the benefits of praying and waiting on God. On Mental Health Check In, I talk about how to speak life, love, and power on yourself and lift your spirits up. My name is Keisha Swafford and I am a sports freelancer in Louisiana who is on my own spiritual and mental health journey. I started this podcast to hone my skills as a sports journalist, share my love for God, and fall in love with myself. I love talking sports with people in the industry, and I love helping people with their mental, physical, and spiritual health through sports podcasting, connecting with others, and networking. Join me for sports talk and self-discovery! I drop episodes every Monday at 7 am! Stay brave, stay bold, and stay ballin! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mtmv/support

LawNext
Ep 139: Fred Rooney, the Father of Legal Incubators, On Helping Young Lawyers Do Well to Do Good

LawNext

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 45:32


The ABA Journal dubbed Fred Rooney the father of legal incubators. He developed the first incubator in 2007 at City University of New York Law School, spawning the launch of some 70 incubators in the years since, many with Fred's guidance or based on his model. While most are in the U.S., Rooney is now helping create incubators worldwide, in countries as diverse as the Dominican Republic, Bulgaria and Pakistan. In fact, as we recorded this episode, Rooney was just back from the Gaza Strip, where he was developing an incubator for young Palestinian lawyers funded by the United Nations. The legal incubator model that Rooney created serves dual missions. It helps young lawyers develop the business and practice skills they need to launch their own community-based legal practices, providing them space, mentoring and training. It also helps lawyers build practices that address the needs of low- and moderate-income individuals by offering affordable, community-based services. A recent ABA survey concluded that incubators are effective at supporting the career development of lawyers interested in starting solo and small-firm practices.  Rooney believes that for lawyers to do good in their communities, they first need to do well -- to be sufficiently successful to be able to offer low- and pro-bono services. Incubators, he believes, give young lawyers the leg up they need to both do well and do good. On this episode of LawNext, he tells how he came to build the first incubator, explains how they operate, and relates how he began to build them outside the U.S.  Thank You To Our Sponsors This episode of LawNext is generously made possible by our sponsors. We appreciate their support and hope you will check them out.  Paradigm, home to the practice management platforms PracticePanther, Bill4Time, and MerusCase, and e-payments platform Headnote. Woodpecker, legal document automation for solo and small firms.   A reminder that we are on Patreon. Subscribe to our page to be able to access show transcripts, or to submit a question for our guests.

Parenting Autism
E74: Our First Visit to an Autism Doctor

Parenting Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 60:56


This episode is a discussion about our first visit to an autism functional medicine doctor in South Florida. Bryce was described as a "complicated case" due to his brain bleed and not really knowing how that may still be affecting him.  We came home with a modified plan of supplements and will continue to closely monitor his diet with restrictions for potentially sensitive foods. We talk in depth about our visit, our current path, and our hopes/goals for Bryce. Bryce is a funny, mechanical, HAPPY little guy who was diagnosed with autism at age two and is now seven years old. His pure joy makes this world a much better place!If you are enjoying the show, please take a quick moment to give us a rating and review to help other families find our podcast, too. We are humbled and honored to follow our calling and be Autism Ambassadors while helping others understand our world a little more than they did before listening to the podcast. We also feel called to bring light to a community that has experienced dark days after the "diagnosis". (Luke 1:79) You can follow us on our Facebook and Instagram pages, Parenting Autism, to see stories, pictures, and videos of our autism journey. www.ParentingAutismShow.comYou can also contact us through Facebook, Instagram, or our email: parentingautism@att.net.We are also linking our podcast to our photography website to help create more awareness. www.artigraphsphotography.comSupport the show (https://www.parentingautismshow.com/resources)Support the show (https://www.parentingautismshow.com/resources)

Bird Banter
The Bird Banter Podcast#112 with Pete Janzen

Bird Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 41:24


On The Bird Banter Podcast #112 with Pete Janzen we talk lots about Kansas birding.  Pete wrote books about birds and birding in Kansas as well as a detailed work on the Birds of Sedgewick County, Kansas.  He wants you to know about the best place in the ABA area to book Lesser Prairie Chicken lek viewing with the Gove County group that manages these. You can contact Jim Miliensifer at  jhmillensifer@gmail.com   Here is their web site. Be sure to check out the blog on BirdBanter.com for more details.  Thanks for listening. Good birding and good day!

Autism Weekly
Bullying and Autism | With Self Advocate & Author Sam Farmer #52

Autism Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 28:02


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 acceptance. 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. It has proven to be a helpful resource for parents, other autistics, and clinicians alike. Sam has a wealth of knowledge and first-hand experience to share. We are thrilled to welcome him back. Download the podcast today to learn more & check out Sam's excellent resources below!  Check out Sam's Book: A Long Path Down A Winding Road  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.

Autism In Real Life
Episode 5: Parenting and Advocacy with Eileen Lamb from The Autism Cafe

Autism In Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 38:52


In this episode I have a great conversation with Eileen Lamb, A Blogger and Creator of The Autism Cafe.  We talked about her experience being an autistic parent of a child with autism as well as autism  advocacy. Eileen Lamb, author of "All Across The Spectrum" and “Be The One,” is the founder of The Autism Cafe. She's also a writer, photographer, and podcast host. Born in France, Eileen now lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and two sons, Charlie (8) and Jude (6). On her blog, she shares the ups and downs of raising a severely autistic child while being on the autism spectrum herself. In her free time, Eileen enjoys daydreaming and road trips.https://theautismcafe.com/@theautismcafe

ABA Unfiltered
ABA Unfiltered S3 E3- Isaac Bermudez from LABA

ABA Unfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 26:27


Tune in this week as we celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month with Isaac Bermudez from LABA. Isaac discusses his role in the creation of LABA and how they are working nationally to build a more diverse workforce in the ABA community. Tim and Isaac discuss the importance of mentorship and how strong mentors can help shape the next generation. Tune in for a great conversation about diversity in our field as well as to learn a bit about how Isaac helped Tim to become a BCBA.

All Autism Talk
Addressing the Cultural Needs of Families with Autism

All Autism Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 44:00


Corina Jimenez-Gomez, faculty at Auburn University, and Lauren Beaulieu a behavior analyst for 20 years join us to discuss the importance of culturally responsive services in ABA. Along with their extensive work educating others in this area, they each bring their personal experiences to this important conversation. Corina is a mother and Venezuelan native now living in Alabama. Lauren also shares insights she has gained from her marriage to an Italian immigrant. There is so much rich information about how professionals can take responsibility and action to better serve families. One bit of advice offered to those just beginning their careers was, “Do a self-assessment and then get the training and focus on those soft skills that we tend to ignore in masters programs. Focus on relationship building. You may have to step outside your program to get that.”   Training: https://institute.centralreach.com/pages/cultural-competency-in-applied-behavior-analysis Interested in ABA Services for you child? Contact Us: https://lrnbvr.com/contact Interested in a Career in the ABA Field? Apply Now: https://lrnbvr.com/apply-now All Autism Talk (allautismtalk.com) is sponsored by LEARN Behavioral (learnbehavioral.com).

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Enhancing eSports Performance with Behavior Analysis: Session 166 with James Riswick-Estelle

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 59:08


I'm not a gamer... well, at least not at this stage of my life. But that aside, I really enjoyed this conversation with FIT doctoral student, James Riswick-Estelle. We talked about his he got into ABA in the first place, a brief history of eSports, the current status of eSports, and then, how he uses behavior analytic principles to enhance the performance of athletes. To be honest, I was blown away with how vast and popular eSports is right now. So popular that Florida Tech now has their own department dedicated to it! And James and I discussed how he "pitched" the use of ABA to the eSports director, and shared his thoughts on how to do this successfully. We went on to discuss some of the specific interventions that he and his colleagues have used to optimize player performance. I think you'll find it quite interesting. Even if you're not a gamer, I believe there will be many parallels that you'll likely readily identify. In this episode, we mentioned the following resources: James on LinkedIn. Department of Behavior Analysis at FIT. FIT eSports Department. FIT eSports on Twitch. FIT eSports on Instagram. FIT eSports on Twitter. FIT eSports Discord. The practice of gifting books. The movie Moneyball. A background on eSports. "Don't Wag the Dog: Expanding the Reach of Behavior Analysis," Normand & Kohn. A primer on Implementation Science. Today's episode is brought to you with the support of the following sponsors: The ABA Marketing Minute from Rich Brooks at Flyte New Media. If you're wondering how to successfully market your ABA practice, go to takeflyte.com/abaminute, and check out Flyte New Media's free 35 minute lesson on building effective websites. The Professional Crisis Management Association, or PCMA for short. Later on in the show, you'll hear from one of the most popular podcast guests, Dr. Merrill Winston, where he'll talk about how PCMA helps agencies support individuals who exhibit dangerous behaviors. For more info on them, go to PCMA.com. HRIC Recruiting. Barb Voss has been placing BCBAs in permanent positions throughout the US for just about a decade, and has been in the business more generally for 30 years. When you work with HRIC, you work directly with Barb, thereby accessing highly personalized service. So if you're about to graduate, you're looking for a change of pace, or you just want to know if the grass really is greener on the other side, head over to HRIColorado.com to schedule a confidential chat right away. Institutional Tier Patron Greenspace Behavioral Technology. Greenspace behavior offers cutting edge supervisor coaching, performance and competency-based trainings, and organizational supports for new BCBA and trainees. Find out how you can optimize your supervision practices, improve clinical outcomes, and increase employee satisfaction at Greenspacebehavior.com.

Happy Days Rested Nights
Episode 075 - The Potty Ladies

Happy Days Rested Nights

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 31:17


Show Notes Episode 75   The Potty Ladies  with Liz Van Dorn and Maura Weaver   Liz Van Dorn & Maura Weaver (AKA The Potty Ladies) are Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) who practice Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Between the 2 of them, they have 4 kids under the age of 5 (and another on the way!). Through years of experience in the field of ABA and tackling potty training in-person with families, they saw a need for evidence-based information and family support in the area of potty training more broadly (as well as further dissemination of the science of ABA). Using their passion for and expertise about potty training, they created The Potty Ladies with the hope of reaching families not just in their area- but anywhere! They both reside in Huntsville, AL and co-own an ABA company called Footsteps of Change, Inc. where they work with local school districts & families to provide parent training, in-home therapy, and school consultation services. You can find them at – Website – www.thepottyladies.com Instagram –www.instagram.com/thepottyladies   To find out more about Samantha or to join her – Website – https://www.samanthadayconsulting.com/ Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/samanthadaysleepconsulting/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/samanthadaysleepconsulting/

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

It's the Season 6 finale of Knuckleheads, y'all! And we've got a real one to close it out for you. One of the greatest ever to do it. New York legend. Rucker Park hero. Philadelphia superstar. The high-flying hooper every kid wanted to be, a man who made his mark on the sport forever with a name the game will never forget, it's JULIUS ... DR.J ... ERVING! Nothing but love for our OG. Make an appointment with the Doctor and tune in for this very special episode of Knuckleheads. Current state of basketball and player resemblances [3:00] Legendary dunking, being one of the NBA's 50 Greatest Players, nickname origin [9:15] UMASS and Rucker Park [23:45] ABA to NBA transition, first dunk contest, biggest rivalries [30:49] Effortless swagger, endorsements, racism over time [53:20] Being MJ's favorite player, Wilt Chamberlain, almost playing for the Bucks [1:04:55] About Our Hosts: NBA veterans Quentin Richardson and Darius Miles are lifelong friends and bona fide truth-tellers. Listen as they invite special guests, high-profile athletes, musicians and entertainers to get brutally honest about everything from current events to untold stories from the golden era of sports and culture. Named for the on-court celebration they made wildly popular, this unfiltered, hilarious and surprising podcast is like playing NBA 2K with no fouls. Other places to find Knuckleheads:  Subscribe on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_oEpHy1IGw Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knuckleheadspodcast/?hl=en Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Knuckleheadspod/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention
A Conversation About The Roles of Ombuds

Resolutions: A Podcast About Dispute Resolution and Prevention

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 41:39


Welcome to a new bar year! In 2021-2022, we will be bringing you relevant, timely, and thought provoking content on a monthly basis. Don't forget to follow and rate us to receive notifications when a new episode is out! On the first episode of the season, we focus on the role of ombuds. Ombuds/ombudsman are confidential, independent, and impartial conflict management professionals. Their roles and services are relatively unknown compared to other forms of dispute resolution. Caroline Stauffer speaks to Ken Skodacek, Chair of the ABA Ombuds Day Subcommittee, Kristie Hirschman, recently retired State of Iowa Ombudsman, and Kate Burkhart, Alaska State Ombudsman, to learn more about the recognition of Ombuds Day which will take place virtually on October 14, 2021. You can find more information at www.OmbudsDay.com and register for the virtual event at www.ambar.org/ombuds2021. Interested in joining the ABA Section of Dispute Resolution? Learn more about our membership options at https://www.americanbar.org/groups/dispute_resolution/membership/

Calienta Bancas: Podcast NBA en español
TAMPERING EN LA NBA: LA REGLA QUE TODOS ROMPEN

Calienta Bancas: Podcast NBA en español

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 14:46


Estamos en YouTube! - https://www.youtube.com/calientabancas El tampering es la violación a una regla que los equipos mas rompe, y la que ha formado la mayoría de las dinastías de la última década. Desde el big three del Miami Heat, la unión de LeBron y Anthony Davis en Los Angeles Lakers, Durant a Golden State Warriors, y hasta Dr. J cuando jugaba en la ABA. Acá te explicamos qué es, y porque está acá para quedarse. Leenos en Twitter en http://www.twitter.com/calientabancass Seguinos en Instagram en http://www.instagram.com/calientabancass

Autism Weekly
What Does the Future of Autism Care Look Like? | Interview with Jonathan Mueller #51

Autism Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 48:04


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 well as how technology can improve the way we provide care. Download the podcast today to learn more!  Learn more: Ascent Behavior Partners Learn More: Goally Scheduling App  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft
Some TikTok Talk | Aba Hutchison | Episode 765

The Potters Cast | Pottery | Ceramics | Art | Craft

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 45:25


Aba Hutchison is a new potter/ceramicist who has been studying the craft for a year and a half under Jonathan Williams of Rock Hill Pottery Center. Before Aba studied ceramics, she focused mainly on portraiture which has a strong influence on her style, featuring several freehand sgraffito or glaze pencil portraits. Aba also designs section plates for adults.

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria
Applying Behavior Analysis to Football Analytics, Performance Coaching, and Entrepreneurship: Session 165 with Brett Yarris

The Behavioral Observations Podcast with Matt Cicoria

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 80:08


In Session 165, I spoke with Brett Yarris, founder of The Bx Movement and co-founder of the Pro Football Network. I first heard about Brett when he was featured on The Controversial Exchange podcast with Ryan and Dimitri. In that episode, I recall how passionately Brett advocated for a wider application of our science, and in this regard, he is really leading by example. In this episode, we discussed how he found his way into Applied Behavior Analysis, how his frustration with the status quo led him to start his own company, how he got into coaching elite-level football players, and how he broke into the crowded and noisy field knowns as the NFL sports media. In addition to these topics, I think the two most interesting segments of this show came from his discussion of how he devotes a significant amount of consultation and training time to helping individuals with Developmental Disabilities improve their physical health, and then later on in the show, where Brett shares his thoughts on the relevance of the Behavior Analysis Certification Board. That part of the show came towards the end, and without spoiling things too much, Brett doesn't hold back, so you'll definitely want to listen all the way through. I should also note that there are some over-arching lessons in this conversation, mainly about identifying one's occupational interests and values, and offering novel solutions and/or services to common problems, all while using behavior-analytic principles as a guide. As such, if you've been contemplating striking out on your own, this is a must-listen episode, regardless of whether you care about the NFL, sports, wellness, and so on. Lastly, for Patreon subscribers, Brett hangs out a little while longer and answers some questions about the upcoming NFL season. In particular, we discuss the 2021 prospects of my son's favorite team, the LA Chargers, and then of course, the New England Patriots. With regard to the latter, Brett shared some insider insight as to why New England cut Cam Newton, and we discussed the AFC East more generally. We ended the Patreon segment with Brett's prediction for the Superbowl. Here are the links to the resources we discussed in this episode: Brett's company, The Bx Movement. Pro Football Network. The Controversial Exchange episode with Brett. The More Than Football show. "Don't Wag the Dog: Extending the Reach of ABA," (Normand and Kohn, 2013). Dr. Kim Berens' 2nd appearance on the BOP. The Offensive Value Metric. Precision Teaching in One Minute (Ryan O'Donnell and Amy Evans). This podcast is brought to you by: The ABA Marketing Minute from Rich Brooks at Flyte New Media. If you're wondering how to successfully market your ABA practice, go to takeflyte.com/abaminute, and check out Flyte New Media's free 35 minute lesson on building effective websites. The Professional Crisis Management Association, or PCMA for short. Later on in the show, you'll hear from one of the most popular podcast guests, Dr. Merrill Winston, where he'll talk about how PCMA helps agencies support individuals who exhibit dangerous behaviors. For more info on them, go to PCMA.com. The 2021 New Hampshire ABA Conference! If you're in New England on September 11th, 2021, take the short drive to beautiful Concord, NH to attend this year's event. If you're not local to the region, don't worry, the event is available virtually as well! This year's program features both clinical and business tracks, a free lunch, an afternoon ice cream social, oh, and there will be great talks too, including Drs. Kelsey Ruppel, Paulie Gavoni, Byron Wine, Peter Gerhardt, Antonio Harrison, and more! Go to NHABA.net, and click the conference tab for details. While you're there, use the promo code Matt2021 to save at checkout. Institutional Tier Patron Greenspace Behavioral Technology. Greenspace behavior offers cutting edge supervisor coaching, performance and competency-based trainings, and organizational supports for new BCBA and trainees. Find out how you can optimize your supervision practices, improve clinical outcomes, and increase employee satisfaction at Greenspacebehavior.com.

ABA Inside Track
September 2021 Preview

ABA Inside Track

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 21:29


Huzzah! It's the 5th annual Supervision September!! Enjoy all the episodes about supervision that you'll need for the year including our definitive podcast about the classic business/supervision book “How to Win Friends and Influence People” with book club superstar, Alan Haberman. And if that weren't enough, Dr. Manny Rodriguez joins us to talk about promoting ethics in the ABA workplace for a beautiful ethics/OBM sandwich. We're in the process of planning the new year of ABA Inside Track. If you've got some time, we'd appreciate it if you shared you thoughts on a short survey. Thank you! Articles for September 2021 How to Win Friends and Influence People Book Club Carnegie, D. (1936). How to win friends & influence people: The only book you need to lead you to success (1981 edition). New York, New York: Gallery Books. McHugh, J. (2021). How to win friends and influence people (1936). In Americanon: An unexpected U.S. history in thirteen bestselling books (pp. 218-251). New York, New York: Dutton. Fong, E.H., Capell, S., Adedipe, H. An open discussion about race and diversity in behavior analysis [Webinar]. Behavioral Health Center of Excellence. https://bhcoe.org/project/an-open-discussion-about-race-diversity-in-behavior-analysis/ The Ethics of Supervision Sellers, T.P. Alai-Rosales, S., & MacDonald, R.P.F. (2016). Taking full responsibility: The ethics of supervision in behavior analytic practice. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 9, 299-308. doi: 10.1007/s40617-016-0144-x LeBlanc, L.A., Onofrio, O.M., Valentino, A.L., & Sleeper, J.D. (2020). Promoting ethical discussions and decision making in a human service agency. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 13, 905-913. doi: 10.1007/s40617-020-00454-7 Hajiaghamohseni, Z., Drasgow, E., & Wolfe, K. (2021). Supervision behaviors of board certified behavior analysts with trainees. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 14, 97-109. doi: 10.1007/s40617-020-00492-1 Turner, L.B., Fischer, A.J., & Luiselli, J.K. (2016). Towards a competency-based, ethical, and socially valid approach to the supervision of applied behavior analytic trainees. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 9, 287-298. doi: 10.1007/s40617-016-0121-4 Ethics in the ABA Workplace w/ Dr. Manuel Rodriguez Diener, L.H., McGee, H.M., & Miguel, C.F. (2009). An integrated approach for conducting a behavioral systems analysis. Journal of Organizational Behavior Management, 29, 108-135. doi: 10.1080/01608060902874534 Rodriguez, M. (2020). Identifying effective systems and processes to promote ethical workplace cultures in the applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy industry [Doctoral dissertation, University of South Florida]. Scholar Commons. https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/etd/8483/

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
All Ball - Lottery Pick Summer League Breakdown, Gelo Legitimacy, Westbrook/Lakers Fit, Nets Bounceback with Andrew Salop

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 58:44


In this episode, Doug talks with former Israeli League guard Andrew "Combo" Salop about his upbringing in the Bronx, bouncing around to a handful of high schools, how he played in the ABA without playing DI college ball, his move to the Israeli league. Andrew and Gottlieb also break down the top NBA lottery picks performances from the NBA Summer League, Gelo's legitimacy, Russell Westbrook's fit with the Lakers, and which teams could surprise in the East and West. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

No Jumper
The Aba Atlas Interview: Aba & Preach Blowing Up, Freshandfit Beef, Sleeping Around & More

No Jumper

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 116:15


Aba Atlas, half of Aba and Preach, sits down with Adam for a lengthy interview about life accomplishments, life lessons, men promoting opulence, fake youtube gurus, "menosphere" and more! ----- NO JUMPER PATREON http://www.patreon.com/nojumper CHECK OUT OUR NEW SPOTIFY PLAYLIST https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5te... FOLLOW US ON SNAPCHAT FOR THE LATEST NEWS & UPDATES https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... CHECK OUT OUR ONLINE STORE!!! http://www.nojumper.com/ SUBSCRIBE for new interviews (and more) weekly: http://bit.ly/nastymondayz Follow us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/nojumper iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/n... Follow us on Social Media: https://www.snapchat.com/discover/No_... http://www.twitter.com/nojumper http://www.instagram.com/nojumper https://www.facebook.com/NOJUMPEROFFI... http://www.reddit.com/r/nojumper JOIN THE DISCORD: https://discord.gg/Q3XPfBm Follow Adam22: https://www.tiktok.com/@adam22 http://www.twitter.com/adam22 http://www.instagram.com/adam22 adam22hoe on Snapchat