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Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates
Pediatric OCD Comorbid With GAD, MDD, and ASD

Psychopharmacology and Psychiatry Updates

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 11:35 Very Popular


How to untangle pediatric OCD from ASD and GAD? This episode discusses pediatric OCD and its comorbidities: Depression, GAD, and ASD. It includes a discussion on the differences in concerns between OCD and GAD, the assessment of primary and secondary depressive symptoms, and the differences between ASD and OCD rituals.  Faculty: David Rosenberg, M.D.  Host: Jessica Diaz, M.D. Learn more about Premium Membership here Earn 1 CME: OCD in Children and Adolescents Pediatric OCD Comorbidity With Depression, Anxiety Disorders, and ASD

Echoes of Glory
S12E2 - The return of Dawson, Nelsen and Kaboul

Echoes of Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 60:58


ASD is joined by Jack and Chris to sing praises to Kulusevski, our fullbacks and bask in the rare sunlight of positivity.

Autism Live
Parent to Parent Discussion about Positive Reinforcement

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 78:40


Autism Live host Shannon Penrod joins us to discuss what a Positive Reinforcement really is and how it can be useful for parents! After that, she interacts with our live viewers about the question of the day and topic of the week before getting into a deep Parent to Parent discussion about how to use positive reinforcement with your child! Tune in and interact with our host! Positive Reinforcement Everybody talks about Positive Reinforcement, but what is it really? In this Parent to Parent talk Shannon Penrod explains why Positive Reinforcement is a great way to encourage learning and growth while making children (really anyone) happy! Shannon discusses: How to ensure your child doesn't become dependent on reinforcers How to figure out what is reinforcing to your child How to create more reinforcers for your child. #PositiveReinforcement #Autism #parentingtips https://www.autismnetwork.com https://autism-live.com Recorded Live 10am PT August 8, 2022 Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858 https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent/ Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/ Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%20live  

The Freedom Moms Podcast
S05|04 - Integration, Client Journey with Maryann

The Freedom Moms Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 26:37


On this episode I introduce you to my client Maryann and her story… mom of 4 (and a half), one with ASD, and new to being a stay-at-home-mom. She was looking for changes in her parenting and had just stumbled across conscious parenting before we found each other on Instagram. You'll be inspired by her and her story… and you may also feel like it's possible for you.In her story you'll hear:What parenting used to look like for her and how all the books didn't help (in fact, they made it worse)How she struggled to find joy in the day-to-day doldrum of motherhoodWhat her parenting looks like now, and how it's transformedHow inner healing has changed much more than just parenting for herHow self-compassion was key to her changeIf you're ready to take your journey to the next level and integrate this work in your own life, join us as we start Parent School (starting August 15th), a small and intimate group program designed to increase the confidence you have in your parenting tools, simplify your parenting and help you tap into your own inner magic. Read more by CLICKING HERE. This will be the last opportunity to work with me until 2023, so don't miss out (:---Coaching has changed my own life, and the lives of my clients. More connection, more healing, more harmony and peace in our most important relationships. It increases confidence in any difficulties that come up in parenting, which helps you be the guide and teach your children the family values that are important to you- in clear ways. If you feel called to integrate this work in a deeper way, that's what I'm here for.My coaching program: click hereFind me on the ‘gram: @the.parenting.coachParenting personality quiz: Quiz LinkWebsite: click here

Sue Larkey Podcast
SLP 165: Strategies & Insights to Inform your Teaching Practice with Temple Grandin and Sue Larkey

Sue Larkey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 33:53


What this podcast contains Discussed in this Episode: ✅ An Inspirational Story: Strategies Behind Temple Grandin's Amazing Successful Life. ✅ 9 Reasons to Use Visuals to Communicate ✅ Strategies to Use Special Interests to Motivate and Engage Students ✅ 8 Subtle Signs of Anxiety to Look For in Your Students ✅ How to Harness to Power of Preventative Breaks ✅ 3 BIG Barriers to Participation Every Educator needs to Rule Out ✅ Heaps of Resources and Sensory Tools Read more about this podcast in the show notes found via the link below suelarkey.com.au/why-understanding-sensory-key-to-engagement Join the facebook group specifically for this podcast https://www.facebook.com/groups/suelarkeypodcastcommunity/ Follow my Instagram account for regular tips https://www.instagram.com/sue.larkey/ To learn more about teaching or understanding ASD, please visit my website below. https://elearning.suelarkey.com.au

Ramble by the River
Danger: High Voltage! with CJ Hawkinson

Ramble by the River

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 174:03


Local business owner and longtime friend of the show CJ Hawkinson stops by with a few bottles of top-shelf whiskey and some delightful conversation. CJ talks about his rise through the ranks of Ford Electric to become a part-owner of the company in 2019, his son Gabe's life-threatening heart condition that led to neonatal heart surgery just hours after birth, and he recounts many glorious tales from Ilwaco High School. Some topics you will hear: Jeff and CJ try several high-end whiskeys as they recount their first time using tobacco as kids. Countless stories about our wacky PNW childhoods. Jeff's neighbor/nemesis becomes a murder. CJ finds something under an oven that you will never forget. A rat loses his life because of his sloppy electrical repair techniques. The typical home range of an adult male cougar. This episode also features a short appearance by Elsa Linquist. CJ has been a friend for a very long time (not to mention a supporter of the podcast) and I had a blast making this with him. I hope you enjoy! https://www.fordelectric.us/index.html (If you want to hire CJ and Ford Electric check them out) https://www.fordelectric.us/index.html (here) Ramble by the River Links:Ramble by the River Links: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ramblebytheriver (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) Website: http://ramblebytheriver.com/ (Ramblebytheriver.com) Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/ (https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/) Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver (https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver) Twitter: https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod (https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod) Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm Keywords: PNW politics; Jamie Herrera-Butler; Saturday Night Live; Twitter; George W. Bush; friendship; whiskey; bourbon; rye; scotch; Big League Chew; jerky Chew; commercial fishing; Ford Electric; Ford apartments, Long Beach Tavern; football camp; Oregon State University; Gray's Harbor College; LIV golf; Saudi Arabia; Everything Everywhere All at Once; Sometimes I Think About Dying; The Matrix; Keanu Reeves; Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure; Jared Leto; Dallas Buyers Club; chimps; Tiger King; elk hunting; Forest Gump; Captain Ron; Kurt Russel; Martin Short; hunting; cougar; Instagram; TikTok; iPhone; The Room; high school football; public transportation; Teach For America; poverty; crime statistics; Education; Ukraine; homelessness; ecology; eradication; land stewardship; weed management; Scotch Broom; Rick Moranis; Ghost Busters; Ghost Busters afterlife; movies; Alex Mack; iMovie; Whistle Pig; Jefferson's Reserve; Buffalo Trace; Bristol Bay; Alaska; transposition of the great arteries; Legacy Emanuel Children's Hospital; Randall's Children's Hospital; the flu; Ronald Macdonald House; church; religion; community; reckless driving; Autism; ASD. Crispin Glover.  Music Credits: Ruth, Duke Herrington. Still Fly, Revel Day. Copyright 2022 Ramble By The River LLC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

Embracing Autism
EP 507 – Defying Bullies

Embracing Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 22:38


Join us as we discuss the hostility towards parents of autistic children from the online autism community and how we can continue embracing autism without losing ourselves in the process.

Mother's Guide Through Autism
Meet Your Heart Where It Is

Mother's Guide Through Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 30:53


If you are currently struggling with the autism diagnosis of your child and their future, please take a breath and give yourself grace. It is okay not to be okay with your child being diagnosed with autism.Ironically, when I allowed myself to be okay with not being okay with my son's diagnosis is when I found acceptance of the life I had. I was no longer TRYING to be okay or searching for a cure for my own aching heart.Learn how you can be where you are AND find more joy and peace on this autism parenting journey in this episode.Enjoy!Sign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com

Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast
Purpose, Identity, and Diversity in the Church – Dr. Lamar Hardwick

Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 26:45


Lamar Hardwick (DMin, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary) is the lead pastor at Tri-Cities Church in East Point, Georgia. He and his wife, Isabelle have three daughters. Dr. Hardwick's blogs and articles can be found on his website. Get your copies Dr. Hardwick's books:I am Strong: The Life and Journey of an Autistic PastorDisability in the Church: A Vision for Diversity and InclusionKey Questions:What is my purpose?How can my community become more inclusive?How can my church better include people with disabilities?How can churches share the Gospel with kids and teens on the spectrum?Key Scripture:“A farmer went out to sow his seed. As he was scattering the seed, some fell along the path, and the birds came and ate it up. Some fell on rocky places, where it did not have much soil. It sprang up quickly, because the soil was shallow. But when the sun came up, the plants were scorched, and they withered because they had no root. Other seed fell among thorns, which grew up and choked the plants. Still other seed fell on good soil, where it produced a crop—a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown. Whoever has ears, let them hear.” Matthew 13:3–9 Become a Church that Embraces People with Disabilities!Joni and Friends provides church training resources to help you welcome and embrace people with disabilities. See how you can start or grow your disability ministry! Find more encouragement through Joni Eareckson Tada's radio podcast  and daily devotional.Follow us on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.Your support  makes this podcast possible!Joni and Friends envisions a world where every person with a disability finds hope, dignity, and their place in the body of Christ. Founded by international disability advocate Joni Eareckson Tada, we provide Christ-centered care through  Joni's House, Wheels for the World, and Retreats and Getaways, and offer disability ministry training and higher education through the Christian Institute on Disability. 

Very Happy Stories
60. Are There Connections Between ASD, PANS and Bartonella? One Mom's Story of Healing Hijacked Brains

Very Happy Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 32:03


In this episode, Liza interviews Debbie Kimberg, mother, advocate, and author. Debbie spent years helping her children and herself recover from Autism, ADHD, and other psychiatric issues caused by stealth infections overlooked by traditional medicine. These infections included Lyme and Bartonella. Today, Debbie is a board member of Project Lyme, Mother's Against Lyme, and an administrator of multiple Facebook groups on Tick-borne Disease, PANS, and autism. Debbie and many others in the field are shining a light on the connections between Bartonella and disorders like ASD and ADHD. We talk about a very important piece of the PANS puzzle – Congenital Lyme. In fact, Debbie and I both unknowingly passed Lyme and Bartonella onto our children, including our children diagnosed with PANS and ASD. This is an important episode you need to listen to. We are discussing topics that many moms are dealing with today and so many people just aren't talking about it. Tune in. Connect with Liza's Guest, Debbie Kimberg You can follow her son, Sammy's, journey on Instagram at @HijackedBrains To receive notifications of Debbie's upcoming book “Hijacked Brains” visit https://debbiekimberg.com/ Grateful for our Sponsor! The presenting sponsor of Very Happy Stories is Fruitful Yield Health Foods, a family-owned business serving Chicagoland since 1962. Liza's personal favorites can be found on their website - CLICK HERE. You can save $5 off $25 online - valid for Store Pickup, Curbside Pickup, Same Day Delivery, or standard shipping. Use code VERYHAPPY at checkout. www.fruitfulyield.com - Some of Liza's Fruitful Yield Favorites click here. https://www.fruitfulyield.com/very-happy-stories-with-liza-blas Follow Liza and Very Happy Stories on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lizasveryhappystories/ and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/veryhappystorieswithLizaBlas  Liza's Favorites: Shop Vital Plan Http://vitalplan.sjv.io/vnq0q3 Liza's Favorites on Vital Plan https://vitalplan.sjv.io/c/3428572/967226/12659 Download Liza's free guide - How to Survive during Difficult Times Register for Liza's Digital Course – The Healing and Empowerment Bootcamp Subscribe to Liza's newsletter at http://VeryHappyStories.com/ Purchase a Gratitude Hat and all proceeds are donated to The LymeLight Foundation. To secure Liza as a speaker at your next event or for personal one on one coaching connect with Liza.

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Simplifying Your Complexities w/ Impulsive Thinker Andre Brisson

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 18:51


André Brisson, P. Eng., is the host of The Impulsive Thinker Podcast, the podcast for the high-achieving ADHD entrepreneur. Andre owns an entrepreneurial consulting engineering company and recently started Tactical Breakthroughs where he is developing the ADHDTransformation Journey program. Diagnosed late in life with severe ADHD and mild Asperger's(ASD), the mechanisms and systems he created to overcome his undiagnosed ADHD havehelped him succeed. He credits his undiagnosed ADHD as key to his success and a factor in restricting success. Since discovering how to turn his ADHD into a strength, people havesought him out for help with using their ADHD as a strength to drive success. André Brisson has a special ability is devouring and learning complex information and simplifying for others to solve complex problems. Like most entrepreneurs, André has started multiple companies, the two of which failed for various reasons. Learning from those failures, André now operates three very successful companies, including a self-managing entrepreneurial engineering firm specializing in niche markets that require unique training, experience, and impulsive instinct to try new things. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Andre discuss:   00:45 - Thank you so much for listening and for subscribing! 00:48 - Welcome Andre Brisson! 02:40 - What is your success key for imparting complex information to the neurotypical? Ref: Ringette 04:15 - Simplifying the complex 05:06 - On the differences between informing and teaching 05:30 - When did you get diagnosed and what brought all that about? 06:02 - On inventing a “character” for yourself to be perceived as “not abnormal”. 07:00 - On then importance of being unique  07:45 - You said you were beginning to scare your kids- can you go into details on that? Ref: emotional dysregulation 09:55 - Have you ever bought anything strictly on impulse? Tell us in the comments! ;-) 11:00 - Parenting with ADHD/mild Asperger's prior to a diagnosis 12:20 - So when you got diagnosed, what was the treatment plan? Ref: DBT, CBT Executive Function What is Time Blindness? 13:36 - On learning your strengths and maintaining, managing and delegating what's not best for you. Aka Peter's “life rules” 15:15 - A bit more on delegating and staying in the lane, on the road. 16:38 - How can people find more about you? Email:  andre@andreb.ca André Brisson Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andre.brisson.1447/ LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrebrisson/ Twitter: @fatrol Website: www.andreb.ca Objective Engineering Inc. Website: www.objectiveeng.ca Tactical Breakthroughs Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TacticalBTs LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/tactical-breakthroughs/ Twitter: @tacticalbts Website: www.tacticalbts.com The Impulsive Thinker Podcast Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/impulsivethinkerpodcast LinkedIN: https://www.linkedin.com/company/impulsive-thinker-podcast/ Twitter: @impulsivthinker Website: www.theimpulsivethinker.com 16:51 - Andre, thank you so much!  Ref: Faster Than Normal the book! 17:75 - Thank you. Guys, as always thanks so much for subscribing! Do you have a cool friend with a great story? We'd love to hear. I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via email at peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  19:08 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits  — TRANSCRIPT via Descript and then corrected.. somewhat: [00:00:38] Hey everyone, Peter. Shankman welcome to the episode of Faster Than Normal. I'm thrilled that you're here. It is great to have you again, we have a fun guest today. I'm gonna start with his tagline because his tagline pretty much says everything ;it's simplifying your complexities, which I think is just the best description I've ever heard of someone who works with people with A D D ADHD, people who are. ADHD. I love that. It's just so clear. Andre, Brisson and I, I screwed it up. I tried my was really hard to get. That was good. Was good's the host of the Impulsive Thinker podcast, very similar to FTN. Podcast for high achieving ADHD entrepreneurs. He owns an entrepreneur consulting engineering company, and recently started another company called Tactical Breakthroughs where he's developing an ADHD transformation journey program. He was diagnosed later in life with severe ADHD and mild Asperger's and the mechanisms and systems he created much like the stuff I did to overcome his undiagnosed ADHD have helped him succeed and he credits his undiagnosed as a key to his success and a factor in restricting success as well. So that's ING to discover, um, Since discovering how to turn his ADHD into a strength people have out for help using their ADHD as well. You talk in your bio about how you have special ability for taking complex information and simplifying for others and first thought, when I heard that was something that happened with me. And I think my mom, like five years ago when she got a new iPhone and she was having a problem doing like four things. And so I just went over there. The their, my parents' apartment. And I'm like, here, gimme the phone done. Dun dun dun. She's like, great, but I didn't learn how to do it. Right. Right. And I realized I'm terrible at taking complex information that I understand and teaching people how to understand it. I just want to do it and get it done. That's an ADHD thing. So let's, let's start there. What is, what is your sort of success key there where you actually have the ability and the, the patience or whatever it is to take that information and simplify it down so other people can learn it as opposed to just doing it for them.  [00:02:55] Andre: Well, the, to me, that's the key difference is I don't do it for them. I've always helped people understand, break down something complex into simple steps or layman terms so that they can act on it. And then they can think about it differently to act on it at a future time. Um, like for example, and on in Canada here, we have Ringette. It's a, it's a, it's a sport on ice for women. So basically they got a rubber ring with a spear, their stick. And I, I referee then I was in an evaluator and, uh, an officially evaluator. So what I actually did was I always asked them what's. The rule, like usually you guys say this occurred, this occurred that I call it right or not. So I go by and says, what's the rule. The rule says this. And then we break down the steps of what occurred and apply the actual rule to those steps. So I step it out for people so that they can understand it. And if you don't understand the first way, I tackle it at a different angle until they get it. And what I'm trying to teach them is stepping out the thought process to come with their own conclusions, with the facts that they know they already had. And didn't realize it. Okay.  [00:04:04] Peter: That makes sense. Yeah, it does. It does. It's interesting. Cause that, that takes patience and, and that's one of the few things that most people with ADHD simply don't have anywhere near half of. [00:04:15] Andre: Mm-hmm yeah. The thing is a lot of times I can simplify that complex information. So someone understands it and so that they can act on it and I can make it real. So usually I, I I'm able to connect something that's in their life or someone else's life or mine. And that's what I do a lot on the podcast is this is a snare that happened. It kind of happened to me. And then people, once you make it real people seem to click with it better.  [00:04:39] Peter: Yeah. Makes sense. And, and yeah, I mean, that's, that's a, a, you know, my keynote speaking trait, you tell stories that people have people who relate to and all of a sudden, it's not some guy on stage talking about something foreign, it's something. Oh yeah. I get that.  [00:04:51] Andre: Yeah. I. I had a chat today with two different people. We, I kind of, I blurted this out and I thought it was pretty smart now to think about it now, but I think there's a difference between informing to understand versus educating, to teach. So if, and for me, I was talking about advocacy as you know, I, I stopped educating people. I just tried to inform people so they can understand adult ADHD and the differences.  [00:05:17] Peter: That makes a lot of sense. I think that also the more informed they are, the more they feel like they can have a handle on it, as opposed to. I guess educating. Yeah. Yeah. They might not necessarily get, no. That makes sense. Tell us about, um, your background. You said you were late, you were late, uh, diagnosed how late?  [00:05:36] Andre: Uh, about four years ago when I was 44. Oh, wow. Um, and then that was a, that was all because of a life Tempest. As I've been calling had three perfect storms collide at once. Um, got into a bad business partnership. I got bored with my first company once it got successful. So I S sabatoged that. Things weren't going well at home. And my Sy symptoms overtook me and controlled me for a couple of years to the point where my kids are just looking at me scared. And I said, I gotta get help. Huh. And got the diagnosis. I went actually to get the diagnosis to prove it wasn't ADHD. Cause I thought there was something worse, wrong with me. Because that diagnosis, like it was too simple of a solution to explain my last 44 years and develop a character that I became so I can fit in and not be looked as abnormal. And then, so I got really good at playing this character. Now I'm learning how to be me and to differentiate the two, because it almost became, you know, I almost, I brainwashed myself to believe that that was the person I was or shouldn't be. [00:06:38] Peter: No, I get that. I mean, it's, it's, you know, fitting in and not being, uh, you know, and not sort of ever really fitting in with the crowd or with, with, uh, any group in, in school, you know, and that takes a toll. I don't think, I think we're just starting to realize what kind of toll that takes on people, um, and how much, uh, that that's re you know, those early forming, forming years are really responsible for sort of right. The kinda stuff you deal with.  [00:07:03] Andre: And then I was overlooked because I was doing well in school. Like I'm also gifted. Um, and so since you're successful and you're doing well in school, you can't have it. You're just not doing what you're supposed to. You're not trying to hard enough for, you know, stop being unique. That was my favorite word. You're too unique to be part of this and I've always fought the right to be unique. And I always thought we should all, we're all different. I understood why we were always trained to say we're everyone's alike, but we're not. We're all unique. [00:07:35] Peter: So what, when you get, I'm curious, you mentioned something, you said, um, you said you had symptoms that were starting to, uh, that were starting to scare your kids. Ex can you go into detail on that?  [00:07:47] Andre: Oh, emotional dysregulation times 2 million. Um, it didn't take much to spark me off. And then all I would do was I'd just be screaming at them for something silly. And when I started being cognizant of a screaming at them, for being silly, my brain was actually saying, Hey buddy, you're overreacting here. You should stop. And then I got the other part of my brain going, eh, forget it. Let's keep going. I'm already into it. Um, so when I saw those look in their eyes, it gave me a. It scared me cuz I saw myself. Um, there when I was a child and that's when I said no, no more, no more. So I went and got help. So the emotional dysregulation definitely took over, um, and enforced, uh, and then my impulsivity and the no filter uh, aspect of my brain having no filter, just my impulsivity, my ver my words would just come out and I just started not caring anymore. And that's when I said that, that, that the symptoms took over, um, impulsive bias, impulsive business partnerships, knowing that it was not going to be good. Um, and for me, I realized with time, since my diagnosis, I have a fear of being idle and when I get bored, that's when I could become dangerous. And that's when, so my physical hyperactivity, even at, as an adult kicks in, if I'm bored and then what happened was with my other company, once the startup phase was done and we're successful in maintaining success and having good gradual growth, I was bored. The, the entertainment, the interest was gone. So I created chaos. Impulsively trying this, trying that in muscle dysregulation, continuing. Um, and, and then just going on with the inattention, not caring, I had a really great point and it just escaped me. It'll come back to that's yeah. [00:09:46] Peter: I mean, that's that happens all the time. You, you go down the route, press rabbit, home, like, wait, my original point was like five feet away from that. Yeah. Um, I think that probably, I think every episode [00:09:55] Andre: and the impulsivity of buying stuff. You know, spending sling money, losing cash flow, all that type of stuff. That was it.  [00:10:03] Peter: It's interesting. I've never, I, I, I, I understand that. And I get that. I I'm fortunate. I don't think it ever, I never went down that rabbit hole too much, but I've certainly made impulse. I mean, you know, mm-hmm, virtually everything I've ever bought in my life has been impulse by, I, I do you wind up doing research on the product you bought after you bought it? [00:10:22] Andre: um, No. I usually do all the research ahead of time. So I know what I'm buying is good is just deciding to do it. Like the one was, Hey, we got a bunch of cash in the bank account. Um, I've been looking at building a server. This is quite a few years ago getting a server for the office. We got a big team, so I'm just gonna blow 40 grand right now, rather on a finance plan. Um, cuz at the same time I didn't care. Um, which was part of it, which was the interest part. Um, but the other thing too Peter. I think that I think a lot of people are getting diagnosed later in life. And for me, I never realized this about two years ago was. It really started to take control. My symptoms. When I had kids, when they disrupted my, my rhythm at home, my routine at home, that was my calm down time. When I got home, I could rejuvenate and now having being stuck, cuz you're scheduled being disrupted all the time. Cuz kids just want to be with you. They just wanna last minute try different things and no, no, I like, I just sat down, I'm ready to do a bunch of stuff and now you're disrupting me. So that's when I think it started to steamroll the effects of these symptoms.  [00:11:35] Peter: I totally totally get that. It's it's a, having a kid. I got diagnosed before I had my daughter, but it was Def it's definitely a, um, you know, you sort of, you get this vibe where it's like, okay, uh, dinner's over, you know, I have an hour till I have to put her to bed, I'm gonna, you know, I'm gonna sit down and breathe and just whatever. And then it's like, dad play with me. And of course I, I will, but it took a while to sort of, uh, be able to focus entirely. Right, right. And  [00:12:01] Andre: not oh, huge. You know? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then you feel shitty as a, as a parent, cuz you can't give your full attention or you're always thinking, how can I get outta this? I , how can go back to what I was doing exactly. Cause I need to get that done. I gotta get it done. What's going on? Right?  [00:12:14] Peter: No question about it. So when, so when you got diagnosed, what, what was the, uh, what was the treatment plan? Was it medication? Was it, . [00:12:22] Andre: We, uh, tried medication, uh, I think I'm part of that 20% that doesn't work well. Um, but I think the, some of the medication I was on at that time, I needed it just to settle and almost had stopped my brain for a while so I can just catch my breath and take everything in. And then, um, Slowly got off of it. Um, but for me, the big thing is I just hyper-focused for a good year and a half on learning everything I could about ADHD interesting and simplifying it. And that's why I tell people like educating yourself the effects and then is huge. And then I was part of therapy group therapy. Now I'm just finishing up my dialectal behavioral therapy. I've done cognitive behavioral therapy, ah, even the group therapy on how to have fun. But it was a neurotypical direction, but anyways, um, a lot of talking with similar people helped. And then for me to simplify ADHD down to, I think it's its core, it's an executive functioning dysfunction and time blindness. Those two affects the, the, the, the DSM symptoms of inattention hyperactivity, impulsivity, and inattention. Um, that made a lot of sense to me. And then at the same time, shortly before my ADHD diagnosis, I got diagnosed with type two diabetes. And that's when I realized I can't get rid of it. Like I diabetes, I can't get rid of it. Nothing I can do can cure it, but I can manage it and extend my life. And that's what I saw with ADHD. .Manage the symptoms so I can work well. And I had a mantra my whole time for a long time saying your strengths can become your weaknesses. And when I put that together with my ADHD symptoms, as long as I can manage my symptoms, That's how, why I succeed as an entrepreneur and those are my strengths, but if I let them go be overutilized or underutilized and then become my strengths. And that's when I say ADHD can become a disorder, is when they're impeding your day to day. [00:14:23] Peter: I agree. I, I think it's another way of saying, you're saying the same thing that I say a different way, which is, you know, you have to have. These life rules that you can't deviate from because you know, you, your brain works a certain way. And so you put these right pro processes into place that allow you to utilize it to your best ability. Mm-hmm . And if you, if you deviate from that, you're gonna go off the road.  [00:14:42] Andre: Right. And, and then the other thing I discovered too, so for, I don't know, I can't do math. I'm an engineer. I need a calculator here. Um, so about a good 20 years, all I did was read all the self-help books. I've taken almost every assessment out there to identify strengths, but my therapist actually said you were doing all that to find out what was wrong with you to concentrate on what's not good enough to build on. So with my diagnosis, I took there's three good tools that I use that really identifies my talents and strengths. And. Take those. And I help people with these assessments too, to understand what's your unique strength and talent. So if we could just stay in those abilities, Then it's easy to hyperfocus and you're having a lot of fun and you're not, and don't waste your time on things you're not good at and you don't like doing that. So as an entrepreneur, it's handy, you, you got staff, you can have people, you delegate a lot of those, but I help people understand what their unique talents and strengths are, where they should be spending their time, where they can get a lot of energy and enjoyment every day, be creative and then have a team around you that just take care of the stuff you don't like. [00:15:50] Peter: That's a hundred percent given you, have you have someone or people to do the stuff that you're terrible at? I mean, that's, you know, for 14 years now, I've had, I've had my assistant, it's a game changer.  [00:16:00] Andre: Yep. Like we got a minimal limited brain mental brain, uh, energy, right. Every day. And I think ADHD, we just have a really good ability to effectively use it to run all day, or we have a really great efficient way to inefficiently use our mental energy and at the end of the day, it, so if we're starting to do things we don't like to do all day, then we're really, really burnt out at the end of the day. But if we can stay in that lane, man, you can do that seven days straight and not get, get tired. [00:16:29] Peter: It's a great way to put it. It's a great way to close too. I wanna keep us to our 20 minute mark. Uh, tell us how people could find you?  [00:16:36] Andre: Uh, you can find me at, uh, Andre, Andre, b.ca I'll take anyone's email. Um, but you can find me on LinkedIn. Our tactical bts.com is another source.  [00:16:47] Peter: We'll put all the, all the, all your links that you gave us. We'll put 'em in the, uh, in the podcast notes. Andre, thank you so much for taking the time. This was really, really informative. We're definitely gonna have you back, uh, at some point in the near future.  [00:16:57] Andre: Well, I appreciate you having me, Peter. And, um, like I said, like, I don't think I said this, but, uh, yet till now, um, you're Faster Than Normal book. I actually bought it five years ago, thinking it was one how I can work faster. then I bought it again, uh, and read it. And then I found the other book, but I think I really liked your aspect too, that, you know, it's not a disorder. It's our, it's a, it's a very unique ability of doing things and to not thinking as a negative. And, and make it work. And I really, a lot of stuff in there I re not reflected it hit me. I can, I understand exactly what was in there. And it was also comforting to know what I created in the past. Unknowingly. I was on the right track. So I thought it was a really good book and I do recommend it to a lot of people. [00:17:45] Peter: Thank you, man. That's a really, really kind of you. Guys as always, Faster Than Normal, We wanna hear what you're thinking. We wanna hear of any guests you might wanna hear from,  shoot us a, a email Peter@shankman.com. We're on all the socials. You know, our, our handles by now. Thank you for listening. We will see again next week with another guest, we appreciate you and know that ADHD and all forms of neurodiversity are gifts, not curses! We'll see you next week! [00:19:08]Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at shankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!

Autism Live
Parent to Parent: Why is Diet Important?

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 80:11


The host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod, gives us a LIVE presentation on why Diet is important for growing children atypical or otherwise. Tune in as our host explains how diet could be effecting your little one and learn some things that could potentially help! Don't miss it! https://www.autismnetwork.com https://autism-live.com #ABA #Parents #Autism Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858 https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent/ Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/ Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%live  

Because Everyone Has A Story - BEHAS with Daniela
#65 Traveling Different - Dawn Barclay

Because Everyone Has A Story - BEHAS with Daniela

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 30:50


Welcome to Episode #65My Guest, Dawn BarclayDawn is a woman of many talents with a flexible mindset that always likes to try new things. She shares her passion and love for travelling, and her immense creativity for writing characters brings her to the show today. Dawn is an award-winning fiction and nonfiction author who provides professional content creation, editing, ghostwriting, and writes for special needs and family travel columns. Dawn has also travelled the world and loves to rescue dogs.She has eight books under her belt as either author or anthology editor. Her romances include The Queen of Second Chances and Simple Tryst of Fate. Her award-winning psychological thrillers include Expired Listings and Saving Grace. Dawn's upcoming book: Traveling Different: Vacation Strategies for Parents of the Anxious, the Inflexible, and the Neurodiverse is essentially the ASD travel bible.Let's enjoy Dawn's Story.For Dawn's Books and Website:http://www.dawnbarclayink.com/http://www.travelingdifferent.comhttp://www.dmbarr.comBEHAS TEAM: behas.podcats@gmail.com - to share your story.

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen - Speech - ABA - Haircuts

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 61:07


Autism Expert and pioneer in the field of Autism, Psychologist and BCBA, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh is answering viewer questions! Today, Dr. Doreen answers questions about Speech, ABA, Haircuts and much more! Tune in and check it out! Recorded Live 10am PT August 2nd, 2022 #AutismSpectrumDisorder #Autism #autismpodcast   3:49 Is increase in babbling after intensive ABA therapy is a good or bad thing? I want to update and ask you some questions. My son right now, 3 years 6 months old. Has been in ABA since 3 years old, first 20 hours per week and we increasing per month. Right now, he is in ABA therapy for 50 hours per week (in 3 different centers in Jakarta) and 2 hours per week sensory integration and occupational therapy. After very intensive ABA this 1 month, he increasing eye contact, tacting, labelling, manding, some intraverbals (answering questions). But, still very little spontaneous sentence or comment, and not yet conversational sentence. He is also increasing in babbling, random speech (not functional and also functional words). My questions, what can we expect from the therapy? Can very lot of ABA therapy cause overdose? Is increase in babbling (between functional words) after intensive ABA therapy is a good or bad things? How long does intensive ABA therapy will last? What outcome we can see in the upcoming months or years? Right now he still in minimal verbal stimming (can ABA therapy reduced or minimize/disappear the verbal stimming?) (My son can interact like hugging, kissing, say good bye, kiss bye, he is a sweet and cheerful, playful boy)   18:56 what is a good behavior token economy. we started a summer challenge photograph the alpha bet. hope it motivates our support staff your thoughts   20:05 How do we get our son to sit through a hair cut, he's almost 8. It's getting tougher every time.   32:21 Do you have any kids that have gone through the stem cell therapy option? what were their outcomes?   35:12 What is the best way to plan a birthday party for an autistic individual? I have heard horror stories of parents planning birthday parties and nobody shows up or rsvps. some have called police officers to show up. some have had to use social media campaigns. etc. what is the best way to plan a birthday party for an autistic individual?   43:18 My son can seem to get good ABA he will start and then the BI will quit or move it's been so hard, Also they just sit him at a desk the whole time so my son feels like he is back at school.   50:25 Self Injurious Behavior (Banging Hands on Hard Surfaces) I wrote in a few weeks ago for Dr. Doreen regarding my son's self injurious stimming. Shannon asked me to email her but I haven't had the chance, we were in crisis mode. We've tried all types of replacements but nothing is working. He bangs his hand,wrist and knuckles and is causing swelling and bruises. It's not attention seeking. He likes how it feels when he bangs, He does it when there are no demands. He does it when he's alone, I've had to buy him a glove to protect his hand, wrist, knuckles. He's happy when he bangs, He's laughing and playing while he's doing it, He does it in all settings and places.   https://www.autismnetwork.com/category/ask-dr-doreen/ https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen? https://www.instagram.com/askdrdoreen/   Shannon Penrod's book is out now! Order from the link below! https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent     Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive   Pre-Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858   Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203   Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg   IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/   Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ   Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%live  

The ROOST - The Place for All Things Volunteer
AARP Sponsored Outdoor Fitness Park Organized by FitLot

The ROOST - The Place for All Things Volunteer

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 23:02


Roost Team Co-Lead interviews Mark Hensley, ASD for Community Outreach and Advocacy along with Helen Mack, Executive Council Volunteer (Triad Region, Winston-Salem, NC) discuss this AARP grant awarded program. Find out how to partner with FitLot to develop this innovative program.

Autism Live
Parent to Parent: What is ABA?

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 74:37


The host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod, joins us LIVE to bring us a presentation on what ABA actually is. Tune in as our host explains this topic in detail! Don't miss it! https://www.autismnetwork.com https://autism-live.com   #ABA #Parents #Autism Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858 https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent/ Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/ Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%live  

Sue Larkey Podcast
SLP 164: Often Overlooked Causes of Behaviour and What you can do about it (Webinar Replay)

Sue Larkey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 71:27


What this podcast contains Discussed in this Episode: ✅ What Role do Sensory Solutions have in De-escalating Behaviour & Increasing Participation? ✅ Benefits of a Simple Sensory Programme in your Classroom. ✅ What is SPD? ✅ How to Identify Students who could have SPD. ✅ Checklist to Identify Underlying Sensory Causes of Behaviour. ✅ The MOST Overlooked Sensory Tools & How to use ✅ Quickfire Solutions to Implement this Week Read more about this podcast in the show notes found via the link below suelarkey.com.au/webinar-replay-sensory-strategies-educators Join the facebook group specifically for this podcast https://www.facebook.com/groups/suelarkeypodcastcommunity/ Follow my Instagram account for regular tips https://www.instagram.com/sue.larkey/ To learn more about teaching or understanding ASD, please visit my website below. https://elearning.suelarkey.com.au

Echoes of Glory
S12E1: If not now, when?

Echoes of Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 56:03


ASD is joined by Chris and Giles to talk about signings, the new season and just feeling good in general. Whatever happens, it's better than where we were at this point last year.

Autism Classroom Resources Podcast
4 More Tips for Successful Inclusion of Students with ASD in General Ed

Autism Classroom Resources Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 16:55


You want your students to have the best chance for successful inclusion, no matter the teaching environment. But students with autism, intellectual disabilities, or behavioral issues can sometimes find being in a larger educational setting difficult. So in this episode, I continue my discussion from last week and include four more tips on how to plan and organize for students with ASD entering a general education atmosphere so they can be set up for success. 3:00​ - How to be proactive with providing behavioral support for successful inclusion 6:43 - Why you don't want to wait to provide support for a behavioral problem until after it occurs 8:13 - What you need to consider about reinforcements in the new, larger environment 10:57 - An important inclusion step educators often forget about 14:18 - How to make sure you prepare your staff Grab the transcript, freebie and resource links at http://autismclassroomresources.com/episode130 Autism Classroom Resources' Free Resource Library... http://library.autismclassroomresources.com Want more information about the Special Educator Academy? SpecialEducatorAcademy.com Join the Free Facebook Group specialeducatorsconnection.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/autismclassroomresources/message

Autism Live
Stories from the Spectrum Episode 4

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 25:04


Stories from the Spectrum Episode 4   This is all content by and for the neurodiverse community.   Stories from the Spectrum is produced by the Autism Network.  Artists who identify as being Autistic, On the Spectrum or a being neurodiverse are invited to create works for future airing. Artist choose their own subject matter and the way to present it. Chosen artists are compensated for their work through a grant from Autism Works Today!  The goal is to foster artists in the neurodiverse community while giving them a safe space to promote their valuable work.   To find out more or to submit artist work please contact Shannon Penrod:  Shannon@Autism-Live.com   In Episode 4:   0:00 intro   0:33 Chris Tenney is back!  In Chris' short film ARTISTIC AUTISTIC Chris shares his work as a professional actor and a stand-up comedian.  For more information about Chris visit his social media: www.facebook.com/christopher.tenney   8:18 Spectrum Laboratory students share some of their music videos: Lucas Salusky and Domonique Brown rap “What's Your Truth”  a video they made while in quarantine and 11:49 Abby Romeo of LOVE ON THE SPECTRUM fame shares a song she wrote in 2016 to describe her feelings about autism. For information about taking classes at Spectrum Laboratory please visit  www.speclabs.org   15:59 Lastly Alex Lin, well known for being the creator of Autism Rocks shares a heartfelt message about acceptance.   https://www.autismnetwork.com/   Stories from the Spectrum Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzpc1lUvttW-LSg2m6-AFc5iFNg6lux7b Stories from the Spectrum Ep. 1 https://youtu.be/AI29yAwIzmM Stories from the Spectrum Ep. 2 https://youtu.be/xohN7y9lv5M Stories from the Spectrum Ep. 3 https://youtu.be/NJEY08t94Cw   #Autism #ActuallyAutistic #AutisticCreators

Autism Live
Stories from the Spectrum Episode 4 - Video

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 25:11


Stories from the Spectrum Episode 4   This is all content by and for the neurodiverse community.   Stories from the Spectrum is produced by the Autism Network.  Artists who identify as being Autistic, On the Spectrum or a being neurodiverse are invited to create works for future airing. Artist choose their own subject matter and the way to present it. Chosen artists are compensated for their work through a grant from Autism Works Today!  The goal is to foster artists in the neurodiverse community while giving them a safe space to promote their valuable work.   To find out more or to submit artist work please contact Shannon Penrod:  Shannon@Autism-Live.com   In Episode 4:   0:00 intro   0:33 Chris Tenney is back!  In Chris' short film ARTISTIC AUTISTIC Chris shares his work as a professional actor and a stand-up comedian.  For more information about Chris visit his social media: www.facebook.com/christopher.tenney   8:18 Spectrum Laboratory students share some of their music videos: Lucas Salusky and Domonique Brown rap “What's Your Truth”  a video they made while in quarantine and 11:49 Abby Romeo of LOVE ON THE SPECTRUM fame shares a song she wrote in 2016 to describe her feelings about autism. For information about taking classes at Spectrum Laboratory please visit  www.speclabs.org   15:59 Lastly Alex Lin, well known for being the creator of Autism Rocks shares a heartfelt message about acceptance.   https://www.autismnetwork.com/   Stories from the Spectrum Playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzpc1lUvttW-LSg2m6-AFc5iFNg6lux7b Stories from the Spectrum Ep. 1 https://youtu.be/AI29yAwIzmM Stories from the Spectrum Ep. 2 https://youtu.be/xohN7y9lv5M Stories from the Spectrum Ep. 3 https://youtu.be/NJEY08t94Cw   #Autism #ActuallyAutistic #AutisticCreators

Embracing Autism
EP – 506 Enduring Rejection

Embracing Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 30:11


Today we reflect on the social rejection and isolation autistic children face, which often accompanies them into adulthood.

American Journal of Psychiatry Audio
August 2022: Subcortical Brain Development in Autism and Fragile X Syndrome

American Journal of Psychiatry Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 27:47


Dr. Mark D. Shen (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill) discusses the trajectory of brain development in infants at risk for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and fragile X syndrome.  Longitudinal imaging was captured from 6 to 24 months to see how brain development differed between groups, and the development of the amygdala in infants at risk for ASD prior to onset of social deficits and clinical diagnosis. Shen interview [01:03] Why look at patients with potential ASD diagnosis in conjunction with fragile X syndrome patients? [04:20] Why are differences in brain structure important? [05:46] What's the advantage of earlier diagnosis of ASD? [08:16] What's next for your research? [09:48] Kalin interview [11:47] Shen et al. [12:09] Girault et al. [15:30] Gerlach et al. [19:13] Mosholder et al. [22:12] Summary [25:31] Be sure to let your colleagues know about the podcast, and please rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, or wherever you listen to it. Transcript Subscribe to the podcast here. Listen to other podcasts produced by the American Psychiatric Association. Browse articles online. Watch Deputy Editor Daniel S. Pine, M.D., present highlights from the August 2022 issue of AJP. How authors may submit their work. Follow the journals of APA Publishing on Twitter. E-mail us at ajp@psych.org

Digital Therapeutics Podcast with Eugene Borukhovich
Diagnosing Autism Spectrum Disorder with DTx: Dennis Wall provides insights into Canvas Dx

Digital Therapeutics Podcast with Eugene Borukhovich

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 33:30


In this episode we jump back into interviewing some of the early trailblazers and speak with Dennis Wall, Founder of Cognoa. In their owns words, “Cognoa is a pediatric behavioral health company developing digital diagnostic and therapeutic products with the goals of enabling earlier and more equitable access to care and improving the lives and outcomes of children and families living with behavioral health conditions, starting with autism.” In this episode, we cover: The founding story and funding journey of Cognoa Patient journey for children using Canvas Dx for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnostic and therapeutics How the diagnosis and treatment interplay works in the context of a autism digital therapeutic Evidence generation journey Working flexibly with pediatricians and doctors for distribution The collaborative care model alongside DTx Guest Links and Resources: Connect with Dennis Wall on LinkedIn | Twitter Visit: cognoa.com Host Links: Connect with Eugene Borukhovich: Twitter | LinkedIn Connect with Chandana Fitzgerald, MD: Twitter | LinkedIn Connect with YourCoach.health: Website | Twitter Check out Shot of Digital Health with Eugene and Jim Joyce: Website | Podcast App HealthXL: Website | Twitter | Join an Event Season 2 of Digital Therapeutics Podcast would not be possible without the support of leading DTx organizations. Thank you to: > Presenting Partner: Amalgam Rx > Contributing Sponsors: Akili | Big Health | Click Therapeutics | Lindus Health Follow Digital Health Today: Browse Episodes | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram Follow Health Podcast Network: Browse Shows | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast
Meet “The Autism Pastor,” Dr. Lamar Hardwick

Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 32:20


Lamar Hardwick (DMin, Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary) is the lead pastor at Tri-Cities Church in East Point, Georgia. He and his wife, Isabella have three daughters. Dr. Hardwick's blogs and articles can be found on his website.Get your copies Dr. Hardwick's books:I am Strong: The Life and Journey of an Autistic PastorDisability in the Church: A Vision for Diversity and Inclusion Key Questions:What is it like to grow up with undiagnosed autism?What is it like to live with autism as an adult?How can churches and communities support people with autism?What do people (especially people with disabilities) experience when they encounter the church? Key Scriptures:“Jonah ran away from the Lord and headed for Tarshish. He went down to Joppa, where he found a ship bound for that port. After paying the fare, he went aboard and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the Lord. Then the Lord sent a great wind on the sea, and such a violent storm arose that the ship threatened to break up.” Jonah 1:3–4“The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.” John 1:14 Find more encouragement through Joni Eareckson Tada's radio podcast  and daily devotional.Follow us on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.Your support  makes this podcast possible!Joni and Friends envisions a world where every person with a disability finds hope, dignity, and their place in the body of Christ. Founded by international disability advocate Joni Eareckson Tada, we provide Christ-centered care through  Joni's House, Wheels for the World, and Retreats and Getaways, and offer disability ministry training and higher education through the Christian Institute on Disability. 

Autism Live
Token Economy Explained + A Discussion about Going Back to School

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 74:33


Autism Live host Shannon Penrod joins us to discuss what a Token Economy is and how it can be useful for parents! After that, she interacts with our live viewers about the question of the day and topic of the week before getting into a deep Parent to Parent discussion about going back to school! Tune in and interact with our host! Back to School Three Prong Approach Home, School, Child   Home:  The Schedule, The Stuff, The Ritual School:  Communication, Collaboration, The Road Map to Success Child: Set the Stage, Make it Fun, Practice   https://www.autismnetwork.com https://autism-live.com Recorded Live 10am PT July 27, 2022 Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive   Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858   https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent/   Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203   Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg   IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/   Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ   Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%20live

Mother's Guide Through Autism
Let Yourself Grieve for Your Child's Diagnosis

Mother's Guide Through Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 25:36


When I went through my life tsunamis including my son's autism diagnosis,  I didn't know how to work through my grief. And although I had moments of grief, I pretty much used all my energy to avoid it. Many of my clients have a hard time with it too because let's face it, it's difficult to feel painful feelings. While it's difficult, doing the inner work and working through grief is an important step toward healing and living a joyful life. I share my thoughts on how you can gently and kindly grieve in this episode.Sign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com

Autism Live
A LIVE Parent to Parent Discussion about Bedtime Rituals

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 62:04


Our host Shannon Penrod PONI (Parent of a Neurodiverse Individual) shares parenting hacks for bedtime rituals!  Tips are shared that parents can use at home and help get their child to sleep!   Bedtime Rituals   You do have the power to change the bedtime ritual – but only if you are well rested yourself. Call in reinforcements if possible. The bedtime ritual starts in the morning and lasts all day. Physical activity is a great success strategy. The night time ritual: Dinner with no stimulants, bath or swim, special jammies, reading/singing, low key fun in bed, leaving. Reward good sleep behaviors. The bedtime pass. Separation anxiety Bedwetting Other nighttime problems – sleepwalking, night terrors, smearing, waking at a specific time When nothing works – get help, check medical, look for clues. #BuildingLanguage #Autism #autismpodcast   https://www.autismnetwork.com https://autism-live.com   Recorded Live 10am PT July 25, 2022 #Parents #Bedtime #Autism   Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive   Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858   https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent/   Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203   Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg   IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/   Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ   Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%live  

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen – Elopement – ABA Therapy – Obsessive Counting

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 62:50


Ask Dr. Doreen – Elopement – ABA Therapy – Obsessive Counting   Autism Expert and pioneer in the field of Autism, Psychologist and BCBA, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh is answering viewer questions! Tune in and check it out! Tune in on Facebook, YouTube or Twitter Tuesdays at 10am PT to join us LIVE! Recorded Live 10am PT July 26th, 2022 #AutismSpectrumDisorder #Autism #autismpodcast   5:02 I am in desperate need of some advice or direction.  (Elopement) My 5-year-old eloped this morning and the rental office in which I live brought him back I assuming.  I was in the bathroom freshening up for the day when I came out to knocking on the door.  My son was in the living room, and we were waiting for the maintenance man to fix our AC that has been broken for 2.5 days now.  I opened the door thinking it was them to fix the AC, but it was not, it was the office lady telling me they found my boy down around the corner.    As of right now, my nerves are shot.  I have done everything I could think of to prevent any of this to happen.  I am horrified that CPS and the authorities were called and that I may have been reported.  IS there anything that could happen as to having my son removed?  I am literally sick to my stomach, throwing up and stomach cramps and headaches.  This nightmare I want it to be over but do not know what is going to happen at this moment.   UPDATE:  We bought a lock with a key lock.  MY nerves are still on edge this morning. Monday July 26th 2022 that I still in my mind think he still can get out.  I know he cannot get out, there is no way he can.   20:12 what way can we provide auditory stimulation to a child who is continuously clapping, stamping feet, and hitting object to teeth.   27:10 What can be happening when a child stares for moments many times during the day. Done an EEG and it came out normal and whenever i touched her she is able to react. But I would like to know what it could be.   28:46 Can you please break down how I should teach my child at home? We use play therapy in Canada, and I feel like play should be part of the therapy not all. Can a child pronunciation improve with time?   38:32 For a 20-month-old is it home therapy better than clinic-based therapy?   44:16 here is a personal question. my aunt and uncle were supposed to come in today but due to a mishap in her medication her and my uncle aren't able to come. me and this particular uncle have a very deep relationship and we haven't seen each other in a year and a half due to them moving to North Carolina. I'm handling it surprisingly well, but I'm afraid in the next few days i might have a huge meltdown when it hits in fully. help me and my family.   48:55 Obsessive Counting Plenty of others deserve time but I will put this thought/question out. A verbal-stim/script behavior pattern is occurring frequently now & impairing/preventing interaction. My 5yr ASD son has taken to CONSTANTLY without stopping 30-40min. COUNTING. 100s/1000s even is OK. but he jumps into sequences of millions, billions, trillions, Google and zillion. onto creating his own. Recently he went from prep-time for out-the-door to reach summer school constant counting going through breakfast, teeth, socks, shoes, into car, trip to summer school, arrive @ school, and without stopping as he went into open area (alone). This is impairing and will make learning in a classroom not possible; and not acceptable.   55:16 Obsessive Counting Cont'd A good thing? Why would it turn on a go for 30-40min? Whisper it silently in the playground alone .. and a home. / Hmm. interesting thoughts my son is super smart about math ^ measurement, time etc...   1:02:26 Coming up on the show this week!   https://www.autismnetwork.com/category/ask-dr-doreen/ https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen? https://www.instagram.com/askdrdoreen/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWSL-fAgvt3qo5yGwP4SUUQ   Shannon Penrod's book is out now! Order from the link below! https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent   Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive   Pre-Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858   Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203   Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg   IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/   Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ   Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%live  

Gulf Coast Life
Early diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder making a difference for individuals and families

Gulf Coast Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 25:29


One in every 44 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with some form of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). And while screening techniques have improved, diagnosis and cause are still far from straightforward.

Autism Classroom Resources Podcast
3 Tips for Successful Inclusion of Students with ASD in General Ed

Autism Classroom Resources Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 24, 2022 14:46


How can autistic students be successful and make the most progress in a general education setting? Whether they're spending time in a specialist class like music or art or a full day in general education, there are some core things you can do to make sure the core program still works for them. In the first episode of this two-part series, I reveal some of the structure and support you can provide for students with ASD in larger environments. 3:45​ - The first step in planning successful inclusion for a special needs student 4:53 - An example of how the first step can play out with a student 7:33 - Effectively communicate your goals to the staff 8:58 - A really good strategy for identifying primary goals and sharing them with others 10:14 - Don't forget about these (I've seen so many general ed classrooms that don't have them) Grab the transcript, freebie and resource links at http://autismclassroomresources.com/episode129 Autism Classroom Resources' Free Resource Library... http://library.autismclassroomresources.com Want more information about the Special Educator Academy? SpecialEducatorAcademy.com Join the Free Facebook Group specialeducatorsconnection.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/autismclassroomresources/message

Cheapseat Reviews
Episode #405 The Accountant (MiniGun in the Garage)

Cheapseat Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 70:10


2016's The Accountant  As a math savant uncooks the books for a new client, the Treasury Department closes in on his activities, and the body count starts to rise. Kevin from the Jury Room Podcast joins us to discuss this Ben Affleck led film.  Does Ben do a good job of acting as a person with ASD? Is this film a good action movie? We find out on this episode.  Cheapseat Reviews: the podcast that explores the Hollywood film industry for the greater good. 

Embracing Autism
EP 505 – Planning Ahead

Embracing Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 21:15


In this episode, we discuss the challenging topic of what happens to our children after we're gone and how we can best prepare.

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast
E51: Autism Spectrum Disorder [Eligibility Category Bonus Series]

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 29:14


Why would you need to know the eligibility checklist? It's because there are some PRIME opportuntities here to make sure your child has the right supports for EVERY area of acedemic struggle!  We are going through the CO ASD eligibility checklist for an example, but please join the facebook group to get help to find your state's eligibility criteria! Shownotes: www.TheIEPLab.com/episode51 Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/800719414225685/ 

Springbrook's Converge Autism Radio

In today's show, join Reid Miles, from Inside the Asperger's Studio, as he chats with Dillen Hartley, owner of Advanced Therapy Solutions, a physical and occupational therapy center. We learn a little bit about Dillen and why he does what he does. We learn a little bit about his life and his upbringing and then he talks more about his business and his help with those with ASD.Dillen is a graduate of the University of Pretoria with a degree in occupational therapy. Dillen was born and raised in a gold mining town in South Africa. He moved to the United States in April of 1996. Dillen and his business partner, Niel Visser, started Advanced Therapy Solutions in 2003. Dillen and Niel manage and own five therapy clinics; two adult clinics and three pediatric clinics in Spartanburg and Greenville. Dillen enjoys teaching and mentoring students and other therapists and has a passion to help those with ASD. https://advancedtherapysolutions.com/

Mother's Guide Through Autism
Put the Oxygen Mask on Yourself First

Mother's Guide Through Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 25:27


Putting the oxygen mask on yourself first is #3 on my top 10 list of essential advice on the autism parenting journey. This journey begins with you, and the practice of nurturing yourself will not only benefit you but also your child on the spectrum because you will have more resilience to meet the daily challenges.I share my practice of self-nurturing in this episode. Sign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen 7-19-2022 Podcast Audio

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 61:55


Autism Expert and pioneer in the field of Autism, Psychologist and BCBA, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh is answering viewer questions! Tune in and check it out! Recorded Live 10am PT July 19th, 2022 #AutismSpectrumDisorder #Autism #autismpodcast   6:38 Please Help Support Our Friend Emily   18:50 A Conversation about ABA   23:54 Finding the Best School Possible for My Kid   28:14 Artificial Colors and Sweeteners   29:48 "Sometimes I feel judged by other parents"   43:53 "My 3 Year old is having "Bouts of the Sillies"" My three year old is having bouts of the sillys, he will just sit and laugh or spin and laugh until he falls down. At first we thought it was cute, but now I am concerned. Is this just a different version of happiness? Should we be worried?   49:41 Getting a Legitimate Adult Autism Diagnosis   1:01:13 This week on Autism Live   https://www.autismnetwork.com/category/ask-dr-doreen/ https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen? https://www.instagram.com/askdrdoreen/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWSL-fAgvt3qo5yGwP4SUUQ     Shannon Penrod's book is out now! Order from the link below! https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent   Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive   Pre-Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858   Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203   Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg   IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/   Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ   Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%live    

Sue Larkey Podcast
SLP 163 : Why Understanding Sensory can be the Key to Engagement in your Classroom

Sue Larkey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 33:40


What this podcast contains Discussed in this Episode: ✅ Simple Classroom Adaptations That Make a Huge Difference to students and YOU ✅ Do you know what to look for to Recognise SPD? ✅ Busy Classroom Teacher Strategies to help Students Self Regulate ✅ 8 Warning Signs of Slow Processing Speed – Plus What Simple Modifications & Strategies to Help ✅ Why Do They Do That? 12 Common Behaviours Explained & Strategies to Try ✅ 3 BIG Barriers to Participation Every Educator needs to Rule Out ✅ Heaps of Resources and Sensory Tools Enrol for free webinar here Read more about this podcast in the show notes found via the link below suelarkey.com.au/why_understanding_sensory_key_to_engagement Join the facebook group specifically for this podcast https://www.facebook.com/groups/suelarkeypodcastcommunity/ Follow my Instagram account for regular tips https://www.instagram.com/sue.larkey/ To learn more about teaching or understanding ASD, please visit my website below. https://elearning.suelarkey.com.au

Healing at the Speed of Light
Autism and Laser Therapy

Healing at the Speed of Light

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 24:11


Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) face several challenges due to deficits in social function and communication with distinct patterns of behaviors that can be difficult to manage and even disruptive. Laser and light therapy can be used for transcranial photobiomodulation to enhance mitochondrial activity and ATP synthesis, increasing functional activity and cognition. Listen along as Dr. Rountree and Kristi discuss a 2022 study on ASD and laser therapy, how the treatment was administered, what kind of side effects may occur and what the outcomes were for the ASD patients. Also, learn what steps you can take today to help your autistic child. We have begun live-streaming this podcast. Watch this episode on Facebook right here, and see the next episode LIVE in two weeks!Mentioned in this episode:Transcranial Photobiomodulation for the Treatment of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): A Retrospective Study.VielightVisit the LTI website for more information and to find a laser therapy provider near you.  Are you a healthcare provider?Laser Therapy Institute Podcast  YouTube ChannelHealing at the Speed of Light

Autism Classroom Resources Podcast
The Magic of Student Engagement and Why It's So Important

Autism Classroom Resources Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 18:21


If you've been listening for a while, you've heard me talk about student engagement. I've talked about the need to keep them engaged and things to do to keep them engaged. But this time, I want to talk about it very explicitly in terms of why it's the key to everything for students with ASD and other disabilities. 2:29​ - What engagement means and what it looks like 4:36 - Why engagement is so important for your students 8:20 - The trick about engaging students you need to be aware of 9:04 - How to keep engagement on track during transitions 11:51 - How to schedule engaging activities when you have less staff on hand to help 14:52 - How to plan for unexpected breaks that can wreak havoc in your engagement scheduling Grab the transcript, freebie and resource links at http://autismclassroomresources.com/episode128 Autism Classroom Resources' Free Resource Library... http://library.autismclassroomresources.com Want more information about the Special Educator Academy? SpecialEducatorAcademy.com Join the Free Facebook Group specialeducatorsconnection.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/autismclassroomresources/message

Natural Super Kids Podcast
Episode 78: Vitamin D for Immunity, Allergies, and Brain Health

Natural Super Kids Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2022 23:46


Many parents are aware that children need to eat a balanced diet with plenty of nutrients to support their growth and development. But one of the most essential nutrients for general wellbeing is something you can't get through the diet, and that's Vitamin D.The main way that our bodies access Vitamin D is the sun – the skin synthesises Vitamin D when exposed to UVB rays. Unfortunately, low Vitamin D levels are increasingly common, even in sunny countries like Australia. In this episode, I will be discussing the benefits Vitamin D has on the immune system, allergies, and brain health.I will be going over:The importance of Vitamin D for our children's health;The two main reasons  Vitamin D deficiency is a common issue in children;The 4 main factors that affect our Vitamin D levels, including:Skin pigmentation, weight, the season & your location;How Vitamin D supports the many roles of the immune system; The amazing effects Vitamin D has on the gut microbiome;The interesting research associated with Vitamin D and allergies and atopic conditions such as asthma and eczema; How supplementing with Vitamin D can reduce the rate of asthma attacks in children;The benefits for children who have eczema that worsens in winter;Vitamin D and the growing brain;The importance of Vitamin D for mental health & brain health;The importance of Vitamin D levels for children with ADHD and ASD;The link between Vitamin D supplementation in pregnancy, and autism. How to test Vitamin D levels;How to boost your children's Vitamin D levels through:Food and nutrition;Sun exposure, including the best time of day.Supplements.Episode Links:Blog Post: The Importance of Vitamin D for Children.If you are concerned about your child's Vitamin D levels and would like more information on testing and supplementing. You can book a consultation here. Break the winter sickness cycle and learn how to keep your family healthy this winter.Get access to our on-demand masterclass (to watch at your convenience) 3 SIMPLE Ways To NATURALLY BOOST Your Kids' IMMUNITY to Avoid A Winter Full Of Sickness. Sign up here

Parenting Autism
E: 87 Helping Bryce with Developing Friendships

Parenting Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 60:01


This episode is a conversation about a listener's recent questions about helping Bryce develop friendships. We also talk about a new ASD school curriculum that Bryce seems to really like for reading.  We are certainly grateful for all of his progress during the past six years and know that development will continue come in Bryce's timing (and more specifically God's timing). God had created Bryce's brain and we just continue to pray for wisdom and direction to help him.Bryce is a funny, mechanical, HAPPY little guy who was diagnosed with autism at age two and is now eight 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 Parenting Autism Youtube Channel (Parenting Autism Show) and our Facebook & Instagram pages to see stories, pictures, and videos of our autism journey. You can also contact us through Facebook, Instagram, or by email: parentingautism@att.net.Our website is: www.ParentingAutismShow.comThe Preferred Experience : The PodcastWill Barrett and Stacy "Millzer" Mills talk about everything and nothing in Prattville, AlListen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify IRISE CONVERSATIONS WITH JOANIRise Conversations with Joan is a platform where we cover topics on life, career,...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify The Walk Parenting PodcastThe Walk is a podcast focused on biblical parenting (what the Bible says about...Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifySupport the show

Embracing Autism
EP 504 – Reclaiming Disability

Embracing Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 23:18


Today we look into the debate over the use of the term “disability” to refer to autism and whether or not it’s considered appropriate.

Mother's Guide Through Autism
Why You Should Ask for Help on the Autism Parenting Journey

Mother's Guide Through Autism

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 23:35


We mothers are good at giving and helping others but not so good at asking for help. You might be struggling to ask for help or might not even realize that you need help on the autism parenting journey but I want to tell you that getting help is crucial to living with more joy and resilience while you help your child on the spectrum. Find out why you should get support ASAP and how you can do so in this episode. Enjoy!Sign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com

Autism Live
Visual Stereotypy Explained + Certified Financial Planner & Autism Advocate Andrew Komarow

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 62:05


Autism Live host Shannon Penrod joins us LIVE to discuss Visual Stereotypy and information about Visual Stereotypy that could be very useful for parents! After that, our host talks finances with Certified Financial Planner and Autism Advocate Andrew Komarow! Tune in and check it out! Don't forget to like and subscribe! https://planningacrossthespectrum.com/ #Autism #VisualStereotypy #AutismParents Jargon – Visual Stereotypy Question – What is visually overwhelming to you? Topic – Empowering Individuals on the Spectrum Guest: Andrew Komarow -Why it is important to plan, but to be flexible -How Andrew Komarow started my business and what he does -Able accounts and special needs trusts https://www.autismnetwork.com https://autism-live.com   https://linktr.ee/AutismLive Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858 https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent/ Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/ Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%20live  

Autism Live
Ask Dr. Doreen - Waking up at Night - Anxiety - Socializing

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 60:24


Autism Expert and pioneer in the field of Autism, Psychologist and BCBA, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answers questions from live viewers about waking up int the middle of the night, Anxiety, Socializing and much more! Check it out! Make sure you get a chance to join us LIVE on Tuesday's at 10am PT! #AutismSpectrumDisorder #Autism #autismpodcast   2:55 Does Dr. Doreen see clients overseas over zoom?   5:11 I'm new immigrant with my autistic 9 years son in Florida when I went to register him in autism school, they redirected me to elementary public school. why my son cannot be in that autism school? what steps will be done for him after the individual plan is set? I know there is a class in that elementary public school for autistic student but isn't preferable if he registered in the autism.  school? please advise? Also, he loves swimming can the school provide him this sport activities   13:26 What would you describe as an autism friendly co-working space?   22:26 my son is often sleeping an hour after taking his meds not always does Guanfacine for ADHD he has combine type and he's also on desmopressin for a diabetes insipidus would this be something that would cause I'm gonna be tired or is it just because he moved all the time and it's just a coincidence what are your thoughts?   24:22 My Child Consistently Wakes Up in the Middle of the Night My child 3yrs old wakes up in the middle of the night. 2am-4:30am. Especially around when there is a full moon. Any suggestions?   27:02 How can I get more speech therapy and OT for my son currently he only gets one 30 min session a week of week. it's not enough.   27:33 How can I contact Dr Doreen for the zoom consultation?   28:21 Our BCBA at school doesn't specialize in ABA.   36:39 My Teenage son, with ASD and Anxiety, Struggles with Socializing My 17 year old Asd son, with anxiety, struggles with socializing. He has a learning disability which adds to his struggles in trying to make sense of situations. I'm trying to get him out and about and bit by bit try to build his confidence. Social clubs are really difficult and he doesn't enjoy, he's constantly on edge. People are saying that I should make him go, how do I make him go to a situation that he finds so difficult? what are your thoughts on this?   40:10 My Child Consistently Wakes Up in the Middle of the Night Continued   44:38 My Teenage son, with ASD and Anxiety, Struggles with Socializing Continued   48:35 My son is always agitating and restless, 21year and he has be on Risperdal treatment for 6 years now please what will I do? I want to stop the tablet. advice please.   51:08 My ASD twins are 22 and need to start work programs. They both live in residential facilities. My son's regional center social worker is on top of it but my daughter's is lagging even when I call or email her weekly. Should I ask to speak to her supervisor? I don't want my daughter just sitting at home all day.   52:51 Dr. Doreen I have a question! My Son is 4 years old and has half a day of school (ABA at school, one to one). And then has ABA at home for 5 1/2 hours. This next year the school would give us full day in the fall (Preschool) but I don't know what would be benefit more full day of school or half school and half home ABA at home? What would you suggest? PS next fall 2023 he'd start kindergarten.   59:45 Coming up on Autism Live this week   Shannon Penrod's book is out now! Order from the link below! https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent     Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive   Pre-Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858   Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203   Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast   Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg   IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/   Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ   Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%live