Most of these have aluminum heating elements that heavily contaminate coffee. Either use a drip method or buy one that is made of stainless steel. I have more about how your coffee maker is working against you at the end. Here is this post's Rumble LINK. Dr. Dennis Crouse's dear mother was losing her memory. So he studied Alzheimer's disease (AD) for over a decade and wrote Prevent Alzheimer's, Autism and Stroke: With 7-Supplements, 7-Lifestyle Choices, and a Dissolved Mineral (2016). Crouse proves that aluminum causes Alzheimer's (AD) When Alois Alzheimer first described AD in 1906, it was rare. Now, a third of US citizens over 80 have it. After diagnosis, lifespan is only three to nine years. Here are some critical studies from Dr. Crouse's book: The increase in AD precisely matches the rise in aluminum use. The residential drinking water history was collected for 600 people in the ten years before their deaths. Some developed, and others did not develop Alzheimer's. The study correlated the dosage of aluminum with Alzheimer's incidence. A lot of US drinking water is treated with alum, which dissolves aluminum into our tap water and increases AD by 7.6 times (last line above). Crouse writes: Over half the alum-treated drinking water in the USA contains over 100 ppb of aluminum. In the seven largest epidemiology studies, aluminum over 100 ppb has been linked to an elevated risk of Alzheimer's disease. Fortunately, this exposure can be reduced by filtering. Crouse shows evidence that aluminum exposure shortens lifespans and causes many other diseases besides AD. These include atherosclerosis, heart disease, autism, multiple sclerosis (MS), osteoporosis, Parkinson's disease (PD), seizures, and many cancers. It also decreases male fertility. The "aluminum age" is a health disaster. Aluminium began to be widely used in the late 1800s. It is now in drinking water, food, colored candy, pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and even inhaled air. Dr. Crouse: Chronic use of aluminum-containing pharmaceuticals and cookware can be the largest source of bioavailable aluminum. The largest acute source of bioavailable aluminum is from the adjuvant in vaccines. Yoho: for our children, vaccine sources dwarf all others. Chronic aluminum exposure produces a gradual onset of many diseases and, eventually, death. The exponential increase in autism and Alzheimer's over the last 80 years cannot be explained by genetics. The U.S. Alzheimer's Association and the US aluminum industry, led by big Pharma with their vaccines, are covering it all up. For example, see my last post for how Exley's research was "canceled" by the aluminum cartel. Crouse writes, Those countries, such as Sweden, Iceland, and Finland, that schedule no aluminum-containing vaccinations from birth to 3 months have less than half the ASD prevalence compared to the UK and the USA, where babies are given aluminum-containing vaccinations from birth to 2 months of age. In addition, a positive correlation was found between autism prevalence and childhood vaccination uptake across the US. For more, see: https://robertyoho.substack.com/p/death-by-aluminum-part-2-our-automatic#details Support the show
Join Dr. Holmes and Dr. Ratliff Schaub as they discuss differentiating autism from other issues as well as prevalence and genetic issues associated with Autism. Dr. Karen discusses common medical issues that may also occur for her patients on the spectrum.Dr. Ratliff-Schaub is the Medical Director of Developmental Pediatrics and Program Director of the Developmental Behavioral Pediatrics Fellowship at Prisma Health Upstate Children's Hospital. She is an Associate Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of South Carolina Greenville School of Medicine. Prior to coming to Greenville in 2018, Dr. Ratliff-Schaub was faculty at The Ohio State University and The University of Toledo. She graduated from Northeast Ohio Medical University, did her Pediatric Residency at Medical College of Ohio and Developmental Behavioral Pediatric fellowship at University of Maryland. She has extensive experience in Autism and quality improvement and is passionate about improving access to care for children with autism.
Debbie Reber is a parenting activist, bestselling author, speaker, and the CEO and founder of Tilt Parenting.Debbie shares her story of going from not knowing what to do to figuring out what works to help her differently-wired son thrive. She talks about how she had to change the way she thought about what it means to parent a child. She offers so many nuggets of wisdom to help you support your neurodivergent child in the best way you can. Find out what they are in this episode. Enjoy!Debbie's Website:https://tiltparenting.com/Purchase my book A Mother's Guide Through Autism:https://amothersguidethroughautismbook.com/bookSign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.comTheme song: Look at the Clouds by Tristan Lohengrinhttps://soundcloud.com/tristanlohengrin/look-at-the-clouds
I was curious about what people were complaining about when it came to neurodivergence. So I popped the question into Chat GPT and the answer really did inspire this entire episode. Today I am going to cover the most common hurdles for those of us that experience neurodivergence. I explain what they are, why we experience them and how we can move through them. If you want to stop letting neurodivergence stop you from living a f*ck yes life - this episode is for you!Register for the Get Your Sh*t Together With Your Neurodivergent Brain Workshop here: amandahess.ca/workshop
Join Dr. Stephanie Holmes and Meredith as they talk about young adults on the Autism Spectrum and how to provide support! Life does not end when school ends, however supports often do. Social skills are needed for job interviews and career development. Meredith and Life Behavior Consulting focus on these skills. Located in Atlanta, GA but now available over Zoom outside of GA, you can find out more at www.lifebehaviorconsulting.com.Meredith Sinclair is the Executive Director/Founder of LIFE Behavior Consulting. Meredith holds a Master's Degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Georgia State University and a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Pennsylvania State University. She is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Certified PEERS (Program for the Enrichment and Education of Relational Skills) Provider. Meredith specializes in Behavior Consulting, Executive Functioning, Social Skills and Career Development training. She has served a range of neurodiverse clients, with a variety of cognitive, verbal levels and support needs. She has had the pleasure of working with young adults, their families and caregivers to teach them skills and provide tools that help to work toward their goals. Meredith built LIFE Behavior Consulting with the goal to empower individuals through coaching, teaching and support to gain tools that will improve their access to social opportunities, relationships, and interdependence in their home, community, school, and vocational settings. She strives to energize her clients and help them realize their inner strengths.
La necesidad del RESET o empezar de nuevo. El Nombre del episodio es la razón de la ausencia, estaba tomándome mi tiempo porque estaba: "Estimuladísima Viviendo" Anécdotas de vacaciones, las metas no logradas del 2023 y porqué esta bien desaparecerse para hacer un RESET, REBOOT o comenzar de nuevo sin ningún tipo de culpa, porque al final, así es la vida.
#292 Dr. Jason Hawrelak is a research scientist, educator, naturopath, and Western herbalist with more than 18 years of clinical experience. Jason practices at Goulds Natural Medicine, a 136-year-old natural medicine apothecary and clinic located in central Hobart. He did his Honours and Ph.D. degrees examining the causes of dysbiosis and the capacity of probiotics, prebiotics, and herbal medicines to modify the gut microbiome and has written extensively in the medical literature on these topics – including 16 textbook chapters. He is on the Medical Nutrition Council of the American Society for Nutrition and was recently awarded a Fellowship from the American College of Nutrition for his significant contributions to the teaching and practice of nutrition in Australia and North America. Jason is also a Fellow of the Naturopaths and Herbalists Association of Australia. He is the Chief Research Officer at ProbioticAdvisor.com, which offers a searchable database that enables easy, evidence-based prescribing of probiotic products and online resources for clinicians, and health-conscious members of the public, to learn more about the human microbiome and how they can positively influence these ecosystems. In this episode we cover The GUT FEELINGS Randomised controlled trial where Jason's team assessed the impact of a probiotic, and a prebiotic-rich diet on mood. Gut microbiota alterations that may be observed in those experiencing depression The link between the microbiota and Autism spectrum disorder The inconsistencies in the data about a specific “ASD dysbiotic pattern The main tools Jason is using to modify these different imbalances We discuss Jason's Naturopathic & Functional Medicine Approaches to Gastrointestinal Disorders Course. Head on over to the show notes where I will provide a link and a special coupon code to receive 20% off until the course begins. Show notes For Australian residents visit the following page and use LYNDA20 to receive 20% off the course Naturopathic & Functional Medicine Approaches to Gastrointestinal Disorders Course For the ‘rest of the world' visit the following page and use LYNDA20 to receive 20% off the course Naturopathic & Functional Medicine Approaches to Gastrointestinal Disorders Course
Brian walks the trade show floor to visit some friends including James Fletcher of Matthews Aurora, our friends at Pierce Chemical (with Formula 496) and Craig from ASD updates us on the news of the week. Each day, over 10,000 funeral homes are supported by Answering Service for Directors and today we let them know, we've got their back when they need us.
Maureen Brice is an author, autism expert, advocate, certified health coach, speaker, and single parent of 3, with her youngest son living with special “extra needs” and autism.Maureen shares her deeply personal story of raising her son with autism including a traumatic experience her son Jonathan had in school.She also talks about the importance of trusting your gut and urges parents to have their kids tested for allergies. Find out what happened when Maureen was facing a life-threatening illness. Enjoy!Maureen's Website:https://www.hopedreambelieve.com/Purchase my book A Mother's Guide Through Autism:https://amothersguidethroughautismbook.com/bookSign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.comTheme song: Look at the Clouds by Tristan Lohengrinhttps://soundcloud.com/tristanlohengrin/look-at-the-clouds
In this episode, we talk about our recent visit with Bryce's "Autism Doctor" along with his latest source of anxiety. We give thanks to the many listeners who have left us reviews and provided encouragement to continue to share our journey through our podcast. Bryce wanted to come onto the podcast to share with the listeners that he got a new iPad at the Apple Store which was a big highlight for him. The link below is available that will allow listeners to support the Parenting Autism podcast expenses as well help with the publishing of our book that is currently with our editor (Parenting Autism: The Early Years). Our goal is to have it edited and published by the end of 2023. Support the showBryce is a funny, mechanical, HAPPY little guy who was diagnosed with autism at age two and is now nine years old. His pure joy makes this world a much better place!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: firstname.lastname@example.org. Support the show
Join Addy and Ben as they sit down with special guest, Hayley Honeyman, to discuss the intersection of ASD and AuDHD. Discover the overlap, personal experiences, and the impact of these conditions on everyday life. Dive deep with us into the heart of ASD and AuDHD in this revealing episode! https://adhdoers.com/
Dr. Eric and Christine Weiss share their journey of seeking information and therapies to help their autistic son Marston. Serendipitous moments and their research led to their son trying out stem cell therapy, which turned out to be a game-changer. Convinced by the results, Dr. Weiss incorporated stem cell therapy into his medical practice to help people with autism.Find out how stem cell therapy might benefit your child in this episode. Dr. Eric and Christine Weiss's website:https://www.educatingmarston.com/Purchase my book A Mother's Guide Through Autism:https://amothersguidethroughautismbook.com/bookSign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.comTheme song: Look at the Clouds by Tristan Lohengrinhttps://soundcloud.com/tristanlohengrin/look-at-the-clouds
Join Alix and Dr. Holmes as they discuss the importance of the right diagnosis and co-occuring issues that may occur with ASD. The right diagnosis is critical to getting the proper treatment plan and support.Alix Generous is an autistic behavior analyst with 5 years of clinical experience and a master'sfrom Pepperdine University in behavioral psychology. She lives in Los Angeles, CA. She is the founder of Global Behavior Consultants, LLC, an international autism consultingcompany that supports families and individuals to receive affordable care. She also providesconsultation with Diversity Crew, which helps large scale businesses increase the neurodiversityof staff. Over the past decade she has spoken professionally at conferences all around theworld, including multiple TED talks, and All About Woman at the Sydney Opera House.She also is in a Phd Program at this time with hopes of studying the origins of autism/Asperger's.
Join podcasters, parents, and friends, Donald and Caroline Bailey (Your Legacy of Care podcast) and Dr. Mary Jones (The Dr. Mary Podcast) as they talk about raising kids on the spectrum, planning for their futures, and sharing their podcast stories! https://www.mentalhealthnewsradionetwork.com/our-shows/your-legacy-of-care/https://www.mentalhealthnewsradionetwork.com/the-dr-mary-podcast/
This week, we had the opportunity to speak to Elissa McFarland, an intervention specialist for children with mild to moderate learning needs and Mother to two children. She loves her job. This school year will be her 13th year teaching. As a child, she received intervention services. In 3rd grade, she was diagnosed with dyslexia and later was diagnosed with ADHD. Having walked this path as a child has led her to her passion for helping students. We discuss the school system, raising children who will need support from the public school system, and available services. We talk about her journey with special education services and their path to obtaining a diagnosis for their daughter. What she provides to her students and the families she works with. Elissa has an amazing husband, Brandon, and their oldest, Aleena, is six and going into 1st grade. Their youngest daughter, Lexi, is four and starting preschool. Lexi is diagnosed with ASD, and the inspiration for my blog on Facebook is "Life with Lexi." Follow Elissa and her family journey at Life with Lexi If you like our podcast, please share, rate, and review it! You can find us at Table for Five, No Reservations | Facebook Table for Five Podcast (@tableforfivenoreservations) • Instagram photos and videos You can also find us on our personal pages, where we write about our parenting at: Jenn Dunn at Keeping up with Kya | Facebook Jenn (@keepingupwith_kya) • Instagram photos and videos Rachel Flanagan at FlanaVille | Rachel Flanagan (@flanagoods) • Instagram photos and videos Jaime Ramos at Jaime Ramos Writes | Facebook (@jaimeramoswrites) • Instagram photos and videos Kim McIsaac at Autism adventures with Alyssa | Facebook Kim (@autismadventureswithalyssa) • Instagram photos and videos Tabitha Cabrera at Peaceofautism - Facebook Tabitha (@peaceofautism) • Instagram photos and videos --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tableforfive/support
Kevin and Kieran discuss which clubs are the best run in the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two, and find out the costs involved when matches are postponed. COVERED IN THIS EPISODE: - Match postponements - Rotherham and ASD lighting - World Cup prize money - Phil Bardsley and Stockport County - Real Madrid and Endrick - European football finances - A-League Grand Final - Club insurance - National League - Best run clubs in the Premier League, Championship, League One, and League Two Follow Kevin on Twitter - @kevinhunterday Follow Kieran on Twitter - @KieranMaguire Follow The Price of Football on Twitter - @pof_pod Support The Price of Football on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/priceoffootball Check out the Price of Football merchandise store: https://the-price-of-football.backstreetmerch.com/ Find out more: https://priceoffootball.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Most of these have aluminum heating elements that heavily contaminate coffee. Either use a drip method or buy one that is made of stainless steel.I have more about how your coffee maker is working against you at the end. Here is this post's Rumble LINK. Dr. Dennis Crouse's dear mother was losing her memory. So he studied Alzheimer's disease (AD) for over a decade and wrote Prevent Alzheimer's, Autism and Stroke: With 7-Supplements, 7-Lifestyle Choices, and a Dissolved Mineral (2016). Crouse proves that aluminum causes Alzheimer's (AD)When Alois Alzheimer first described AD in 1906, it was rare. Now, a third of US citizens over 80 have it. After diagnosis, lifespan is only three to nine years. Here are some critical studies from Dr. Crouse's book:The increase in AD precisely matches the rise in aluminum use.The residential drinking water history was collected for 600 people in the ten years before their deaths. Some developed, and others did not develop Alzheimer's. The study correlated the dosage of aluminum with Alzheimer's incidence. A lot of US drinking water is treated with alum, which dissolves aluminum into our tap water and increases AD by 7.6 times (last line above). Crouse writes: Over half the alum-treated drinking water in the USA contains over 100 ppb of aluminum. In the seven largest epidemiology studies, aluminum over 100 ppb has been linked to an elevated risk of Alzheimer's disease.Fortunately, this exposure can be reduced by filtering. Crouse shows evidence that aluminum exposure shortens lifespans and causes many other diseases besides AD. These include atherosclerosis, heart disease, autism, multiple sclerosis (MS), osteoporosis, Parkinson's disease (PD), seizures, and many cancers. It also decreases male fertility. The "aluminum age" is a health disaster. Aluminium began to be widely used in the late 1800s. It is now in drinking water, food, colored candy, pharmaceuticals, vaccines, and even inhaled air. Dr. Crouse:Chronic use of aluminum-containing pharmaceuticals and cookware can be the largest source of bioavailable aluminum. The largest acute source of bioavailable aluminum is from the adjuvant in vaccines. Yoho: for our children, vaccine sources dwarf all others.Chronic aluminum exposure produces a gradual onset of many diseases and, eventually, death. The exponential increase in autism and Alzheimer's over the last 80 years cannot be explained by genetics. The U.S. Alzheimer's Association and the US aluminum industry, led by big Pharma with their vaccines, are covering it all up. For example, see my last post for how Exley's research was "canceled" by the aluminum cartel. Crouse writes, Those countries, such as Sweden, Iceland, and Finland, that schedule no aluminum-containing vaccinations from birth to 3 months have less than half the ASD prevalence compared to the UK and the USA, where babies are given aluminum-containing vaccinations from birth to 2 months of age. In addition, a positive correlation was found between autism prevalence and childhood vaccination uptake across the US.For more, see: https://robertyoho.substack.com/p/death-by-aluminum-part-2-our-automatic#detailsSupport the show
This weekend's 1 in 36 guest is Lisa Candera. Lisa is the “Autism Mom Coach”, she's a lawyer, and has her own podcast. Lisa has a son with autism, which has led to her passion of 1:1 coaching and supporting other mothers with autistic children. Through her coaching program, she teaches moms how to manage their minds, regulate their emotions and soothe their nervous systems using a cognitive behavioral and nervous system informed approach together with her real-life, in the trenches experiences as a full time single mom to a teen with ASD and other comorbid diagnoses. Tune in to learn more about Lisa, or visit: https://theautismmomcoach.com/
In this special compilation episode, I put together the sage advice of 5 moms who were recently featured in the Grief Series. These wise words from moms who've been on the autism parenting journey will give you insights and perspectives, and encourage and inspire you on your own journey. Enjoy!You can listen to the original episodes with the links below:Eileen Lambshttps://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/podcast/episode-115Stella Spanakoshttps://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/podcast/episode-116Kathy Heathhttps://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/podcast/episode-117Christine Goulbournehttps://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/podcast/episode-118Janeen Herskovitzhttps://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/podcast/episode-119Sarah Waylandhttps://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/podcast/episode-121Check out my upcoming group coaching programhttps://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/beauty-after-griefSign up for news and updates from mehttps://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com
Tom Steigleman hosts today's program. During the first hour Tom S. talks to Rick Whitbeck from Power the Future to talk all things energy. Tom & Rick also touch on tonight's Republican Presidential debate and what Rick hopes to see from the candidates. .Rand Sulte from the Anchorage Assembly calls in to get us up to speed on issues in front of the Assembly including their recent vote to not approve the Navigation Center, converting Anchorage from multiple layers of residential zones to just one residential zone, and the possibility of issuing permits for Air bnb and other short term rental operators. During the second hour Tom S. talks to Kevin McCabe. Alaska State Representative for District 30, about the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Public comments are welcome at https://publicinput.com/r6552#0Donna Mears, Alaska State Representative for District 21, calls in to talk about transportation issues, food security, changes to conflict of interest rules, and legislative pay.Tom wraps up the show by playing a clip from Dr. Ben Carson when he was speaking to the students at Mountain City Christian Academy to see what the Anchorage School District was so afraid of when ASD opted to not let Dr. Carson speak in their schools.
Mary Holland takes center stage to discuss her extensive involvement in vaccine-related matters alongside her collaborator Kim Mack Rosenberg. Having delved into these concerns long before the release of their book: HPV Vaccine on Trial: Seeking Justice for a Generation Betrayed. Mary's legal perspective uncovers a significant facet of the vaccine landscape. Notably, the pharmaceutical corporations behind vaccine production seemingly enjoy minimal liability, primarily due to a government compensation program and restricted avenues for civil court recourse. Shedding light on the potential risks of medical interventions, particularly vaccines, which hold the potential for injury and even death. Kim functions as a lawyer and holds the position of acting general counsel at Children's Health Defense, a non-profit organization with the core objective of safeguarding the progressively vulnerable health and rights of children and other individuals. Alongside this role, she manages a personal law practice that specializes in addressing insurance-related challenges confronted by families dealing with individuals on the autism spectrum disorder and medical service providers catering to those with ASD. She has contributed as a co-author for HPV Vaccine On Trial, served as a co-editor and chapter author for Vaccine Epidemic, and penned The Parent's Autism Sourcebook.Visit the show notes for more.Learn More & Connect with Mary Holland, J.D.:WebsiteLinkedInTwitterLearn More & Connect with Kim Mack Rosenberg, J.D.:WebsiteLinkedInTwitterInstagramReferences related to Mary and Kim's work:The book: “The HPV Vaccine on Trial: Seeking Justice for a Generation Betrayed”The Book: “Turtles All the Way Down: Vaccine Science and Myth”Podcast on the book reviewVaccine Epidemic:Video: Safe, Affordable, Necessary, and Effective Vaccines and Vaccination PracticesChildren's Health Defense This episode was made possible by:AHCC - code BELOVED for 10% off on Immune IntelBIRTHFIT - code BELOVED to get one month...
Join us as our host Shannon Penrod discusses cognitive distortions for the jargon of the day! After that, Shannon is joined by the co-founder of the Ed Asner Family Center, Matt Asner! Together they both discuss the details of an upcoming concert that the Ed Asner Family Center is putting on and more! #CognitiveDistortions #AutismJargon #EdAsnerFamilyCenter Click the link below to download the Autism Live App! https://apps.apple.com/us/app/autism-live-podcast/id6446788329?uo=2 Use the link below to support the show by subscribing to our ad-free podcast! https://glow.fm/autismlive The Ed Asner Family Center Website https://teafc.org Concert Tickets https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/09005ECFDD114199 For more information: Website: https://www.autismnetwork.com/category/ask-dr-doreen/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@askdrdoreen Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/askdrdoreen/ Twitter: @AskDrDoreen
Autism spectrum disorders once affected 1 in 2000 individuals, now touches the lives of 1 in 50. This remarkable change underscores the urgency to understand this complex neurodevelopmental disorder and the ways it intertwines with the universal journey of parenting.In this episode we explore the world of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and delve into the broader landscape of parent-child interactions, their profound impact on brain development. Joining us is the esteemed Professor Andrew Whitehouse, who guides us through the intricate science of ASD and the delicate ways that parent-child connections shape the mind, especially in children with autism. He also delves into the essential truth that parenting is not merely an instinctive act but a skill that must be learned, nurtured, and refined. His wisdom extends beyond autism, offering valuable lessons and practical guidance for all parents. Professor Whitehouse emphasizes the importance of time, space, and attention in the parenting process. He shares insightful strategies for creating a nurturing environment, fostering positive interactions, and enhancing both cognitive and emotional development. His wisdom extends beyond autism, offering valuable lessons and practical guidance for all parents, regardless of their child's neurodevelopmental status.We explore how dedicating time to understand a child's unique needs, creating space for growth and exploration, and paying attention to the subtle cues of development can unlock the doors to thriving minds.This inspiring episode is a journey through the science of connection, love, and the incredible potential of the human brain. Whether you are a parent, caregiver, educator, or simply interested in the transformative power of relationships, tune in to discover how to cultivate the art of parenting and shape the minds of the next generation.Professor Andrew Whitehouse is the Angela Wright Bennett Professor of Autism Research at the Telethon Kids Institute and Professor of Autism Research at The University of Western Australia. He is also Director of CliniKids, Research Strategy Director of the Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC) and Adjunct Professor at Curtin University and Edith Cowan University. Andrew is the current President of the Australasian Society for Autism Research.At the Telethon Kids Institute he leads a large team of clinicians and researchers whose goal is to support young children and their families to reach their full potential through the development and translation of cutting-edge evidence-based practice. Andrew has published over 200 peer-reviewed journal articles and attracted over $60 million in competitive research grants. He currently presents an internationally syndicated video series called '60 Second Science”, which has had over 2 million views. He is an advisor to State and Commonwealth Governments on policies relating to children on the autism spectrum, and he chaired the committee that generated Australia's first national guideline for autism diagnosis.Andrew has published one edited book with his twin-brother (Ben), and a popular science book that examined the science behind some of the myths of pregnancy and child development (Will Mozart Make My Baby Smart?). He has also been awarded one of Australia's most prestigious scientific awards, the Eureka Prize. Prior to coming to the Telethon Kids Institute, Andrew was a Junior Research Fellow at the University of Oxford.In addition to his advocacy and research efforts, Professor Whitehouse is highly regarded for his science communication. His Support the showSubscribe and support the podcast at https://www.buzzsprout.com/367319/supporters/newLearn more at www.profselenabartlett.com
We recently sat down with Lisa Gelberman, the founder and creator of Literacy Decoded. For the first 15 years of her career, she taught in an elementary school and then went into special education. She became a resource teacher where she pulled kids out for specific subject areas, and she eventually started teaching an ASD community class. There, Lisa began her ABA journey, where she used techniques to help those in her class succeed. For the last four years, she's been the principal at a school, therapy clinic, and camp for children with special needs.Lisa is a literacy specialist but felt she couldn't get her students to learn to read as well as she knew they could. She began exploring different curricula and teaching practices, spoke to various professionals, and got additional certifications. Here, Lisa shares her experience with direct instruction and the Orton-Gillingham (OG) Approach and how she uses them with students. We also discussed how to use the OG approach with different types of learners, how Lisa used the OG approach with her son, and information on Lisa's program, Literacy Decoded.What's Inside:All about the OG Approach and how to use it with students.How to use the OG Approach with different types of learners.Information on Lisa's program, Literacy Decoded.Mentioned In This Episode:HowToABA.com/joinHow to ABA on YouTubeFind us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramLiteracy DecodedLiteracy Decoded on FacebookLiteracy Decoded on Instagraminfo@literacydecoded.com
In this episode, we talk about new ways to help Bryce with his anxiety and sound sensitivity thanks to "parent training" provided by Bryce's ABA team and his neuropsychologist.We also share some funny stories about Bryce's sneakiness and creative ways to cope with his anxiety. We also share a couple of reading apps that have been very helpful for Bryce. Khan AcademyGet EpicBryce wanted to come onto the podcast to share his trophies with the listeners. He has been asking to talk on the podcast now to share things that make him happy. We are so happy that he supports our podcast with his approval for us to talk about him AND that he wants to share stories, too! The link below is available that will allow listeners to support the Parenting Autism podcast expenses as well help with the publishing of our book that is currently with our editor (Parenting Autism: The Early Years). Our goal is to have it edited and published by the end of 2023. Support the showBryce is a funny, mechanical, HAPPY little guy who was diagnosed with autism at age two and is now nine years old. His pure joy makes this world a much better place!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: email@example.com. Support the show
This month we have been focusing on parenting with an ASD partner and parenting in a neurodiverse family system. We have had some listeners ask for a podcast on ASD dads. So today, we bring in our youngest daughter, who is not on the spectrum, to discuss some of her thoughts about growing up with a dad on the spectrum and not knowing about that until later in her teen life.Dr. Stephanie interviews Dan and Erica about their relationship. We are talking about our book that is to be published this year, which tells a four-person perspective on living in a neurodiverse family system.Keep a look out for their book coming out in 2023! We hope!
Do you know someone (yourself included) who is on the Autism spectrum and all they eat is one thing? Is the texture of food(s) a problem? Do you wonder how to make eating smart choices or cooking for someone with a food aversion?Ever wonder how you can eat smart and still get all the nutrition while still eating all the things you like?Join Reid Miles of Inside Asperger's Studio and a registered dietician, Andrea, who works with patients on the spectrum of Autism but also ADHD/ADD. We talk about the "but they only eat chicken nuggets" problem! Enjoy!
If you listened to my episode on the DSM, you know my thoughts about it/the diagnostic process. Now it's time to hear from an actual clinician who conducts ASD assessments for adults. Dr. Stai gives some interesting insights into the diagnostic process from a psychotherapists point of view, plus gives some tips for those seeking an assessment. Oh, and I might add, Dr. Stai is neurodivergent herself! You can find Dr. Stai on Instagram @dr.christina.stai or Twitter @DoctorStai If anyone is wanting to connect more on a clinical level or find out more about her practice, here is her website, IG/Facebook handle, and business email address: https://holisticresourcesclinic.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org @holisticresourcesclinic (IG and FB) And here is the ND therapists website she mentioned: https://ndtherapists.com/ Visit the OTJMA Store: https://6c5b48-4.myshopify.com/ Join the Patreon: www.patreon.com/ohthatsjustmyautism Follow me on IG: @oh.thatsjustmyautism I love you all and appreciate your support!
HOUR 1Does inflation Reduction Act turn 1 year old / (Market Watch ) https://www.marketwatch.com/story/yellen-to-tout-explosion-in-u-s-factory-construction-as-she-marks-inflation-reduction-acts-anniversary-980f3d50?"A victory of former President Donald Trump in next year's election could reshape the U.S. government and significantly increase his presidential powers." / (NPR) https://www.npr.org/2023/08/07/1192432628/conservatives-mull-how-2nd-trump-presidency-could-reshape-the-federal-government"Former President Donald Trump and 18 co-defendants have until the end of next week to turn themselves in. They are expected to be booked at the Fulton County jail, the sheriff's office said." / (CBS News) https://www.cbsnews.com/video/trump-18-indicted-co-defendants-expected-to-be-booked-at-fulton-county-jail-sheriff-says/Tom overviews Astrology and the 12 cycles of ages 26,000 years and we're entering the Age of Aquarius in 2050 / (Wikipedia) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrological_ageGOP Presidential contenders / (FOX News) https://www.foxnews.com/politics/fox-news-power-rankings-front-runner-contenders-2024-gop-primary-fieldHOUR 2U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg visited Anchorage on Tuesday as part of a three-day tour of the state / (ANS) https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2023/08/15/transportation-secretary-takes-tour-port-alaska/Mat-Su Borough Assembly filing window opening soon / https://matsugov.us/elections?highlight=WyJlbGVjdGlvbnMiXQ==&template=msb_bolideAll Anchorage School District campuses — from elementary through high school — will have multiple drug overdose kits to help curb the opioid problem infesting the state of Alaska, according to officials." /(ANS) https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2023/08/15/anchorage-school-district-beefing-up-training-availability-opioid-overdose-kits-schools/Anchorage Mayor Dave Bronson overviews his meeting with U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete ButtigiegTodd Smoldon from Gov Dunleavy's office re ASD overdoes kits and Secretary Buttigieg's Alaskan visit
Autism or ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) in America is on the rise.. From Autism Speaks.org In 2023, the CDC reported that approximately 1 in 36 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to 2020 data. Boys are four times more likely to be diagnosed with autism than girls. Most children were still being diagnosed after age 4, though autism can be reliably diagnosed as early as age 2. 31% of children with ASD have an intellectual disability (intelligence quotient [IQ] 85). Autism affects all ethnic and socioeconomic groups. Minority groups tend to be diagnosed later and less often. Early intervention affords the best opportunity to support healthy development and deliver benefits across the lifespan. There is no medical detection for autism. Today's guest, Deann Hampton, talks about her experience dealing with autism, and share some of her incites to what to look for, and how to deal/care for children and young adults with ASD. visit her site: www.DeannHampton.com visit: www.chucktuck.com www.AmazingPeopleAmazingThings.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chucktuck/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/chucktuck/support
On today's show we have Leticia and she's from Palm Beach. She's an attorney and she chairs the Executive Leadership Council for Palm Beach County Autism Speaks. She's an online health and wellness partner. She's been married to her husband last for nearly 12 years. And they have a nine-year-old daughter diagnosed with ASD at age two. They've been navigating this journey ever since. Are you still in shock that you are a parent of a special needs child? This show is for parents who are morning the loss of the life and child they thought they would have. For parents who are tired, lonely, and see no hope in sight? You will learn how to deal with your non-verbal child with a sensory processing disorder, seizures, meltdowns, haircuts, and family trips. Embark on a journey of consciousness, self-care & meditation. My name is Chad Ratliffe. I am a single father of 5 kids 6 years of age (8-14) and 2 with special needs. 5 years ago, in a nasty divorce, my depression led me to drug addiction and hopelessness. Today, I share with others a life I never imagined possible. Subscribe Now and take back control of your life FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/letoprod APPLE PODCAST: DONATE: https://www.patreon.com/thenakedparentpodcast WEBSITE: https://roccoblu.kartra.com/page/r8h86
Through her own struggles and healing from allergies, Luminara Serdar discovered an energy-healing modality that led her to help kids struggling with autism behaviors. Luminara, an autism transformation expert with a background in biochemistry and genetics, discusses why so many kids are getting diagnosed nowadays and why some of the biomedical protocols don't work. Find out how Luminara's protocol is helping kids shift their autism behaviors. Enjoy!Luminara's Website:https://www.autismtransformed.com/Embrace Beauty After Grief 6-Week Group Coaching Program:https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/beauty-after-grief/Purchase my book A Mother's Guide Through Autism:https://amothersguidethroughautismbook.com/bookSign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.comTheme song: Look at the Clouds by Tristan Lohengrinhttps://soundcloud.com/tristanlohengrin/look-at-the-clouds
This month we will highlight parenting and partnering. Dr. Holmes heard Kate and Clark Webb present at the NeuroDiverse Love conference on parenting and thought this would be a good topic to bring to our listeners.Dan and Stephanie talk about parenting and partnering with fellow ND couple Kate and Clark Webb.Meet married couple, Kate and Clark. Kate is the neurotypical partner, and Clark is the neurodiverse partner. They have been married for 11 years and have two beautifully independent, strong, and opinionated daughters, ages 3 and 7. Clark received his ASD diagnosis in October 2020, and it has been an eye-opening journey of learning each other's point-of-view and tactics on parenting. Kate works professionally in the performing arts, and Clark is an auto technician, a special interest he chose to pursue after his diagnosis. Clark is also a US Marine Corps Veteran and completed 2 tours in Iraq before the age of 23.Together, they consider themselves a dynamic parenting couple that is ready to take on any challenge together and share their experiences with others.Social Media Links and other contact information:Instagram: @neurodiversecoupleEmail: email@example.com
In this episode, we get to learn a little more about the lovely Kimberly Dolan (She/her) - Certified Music Therapist, Neurologic Music Therapist, and Holistic Wellness Advocate serving Kington, ON and area. Kimberly holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Psychology and Masters of Music Therapy (MMT) from Wilfrid Laurier University and is currently working towards becoming a Registered Psychotherapist. Kimberly's main instrument is voice with additional training on guitar and piano. She is passionate about her work within mental health and has clinical experience working within forensic settings, with individuals experiencing depression and anxiety, youth and adults at risk, individuals with developmental delays, seniors with dementia and Alzheimers, individuals who are deaf/blind, ASD, ADHD, and more. Kimberly believes deeply that everyone deserves to live a fulfilled and healthy life. She is passionate about creating inclusive and supportive spaces in which you can process, explore, express, and thrive! Episode Links: Pursuit 365: https://pursuit365.com/product/shop-the-book-pursuit-365/ Kimberly's Music: https://linktr.ee/kimberlydolanmusic -- Subscribe to the Able Voice Podcast, leave us a review and connect with us (@ablevoicepodcast or @synergymusictherapy) to share your experiences and takeaways. We release new episodes every other Sunday between the end of January and end of August. AVP Theme Music by: Christopher Mouchette. Follow him on Soundcloud (Chris Mouchette). Episode edited by: Justis Krar (@immvproductions) Rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/able-voice-podcast/id1505215850 -- The Able Voice Podcast (@ablevoicepodcast) is hosted by certified music therapists Hayley Francis Cann (@mtahayley) and Kimberly Dolan (@mta.kimberly). Get in touch with Hayley and/or Kim by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.synergymusictherapy.com.
Andrea Pollack recalls the feeling of relief and terror she felt when she received the autism diagnosis of her son 22 years ago. After witnessing the struggles of her son in school, Andrea left her 19-year law career to homeschool her son. After gaining knowledge and tools in her 8 years of homeschooling, she returned to school to earn a Master's degree and education. Now, Andrea educates, supports, and empowers parents to help their autistic children reach their highest potential and create a peaceful home.Listen to this episode and discover Andrea's best parenting practices to support your children. Enjoy!Autism Parent Solutions:https://autismparentsolutions.com/Embrace Beauty After Grief 6-Week Group Coaching Program:https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com/beauty-after-grief/Purchase my book A Mother's Guide Through Autism:https://amothersguidethroughautismbook.com/bookSign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.comTheme song: Look at the Clouds by Tristan Lohengrinhttps://soundcloud.com/tristanlohengrin/look-at-the-clouds
Suzanne Hacker is a former banking executive turned business coach with a rich background in leadership and coaching. Throughout her banking career, she managed 17 locations and supervised 110+ direct/indirect reports, including 15-20 individuals reporting directly to her. Coaching her team members was an essential aspect of her role, and she excelled in overseeing consumer and small business lending, marketing, and training for the bank, showcasing a comprehensive understanding of various business facets crucial for successful growth. Suzanne's goal-oriented approach revolves around data analysis and keeping a close eye on ROI.Following the conclusion of her banking career due to an acquisition, Suzanne embraced the opportunity to invest in real estate and ventured into vacation rentals. This new journey rekindled her passion for remodeling, interior design, decorating, and the hospitality industry.As time passed and her experience expanded, Suzanne established "Spectrum Friendly Vacations," a venture aimed at creating safe and comfortable vacation rentals tailored to Families with children on the autism spectrum. Through this initiative, she envisions a world filled with Spectrum-Friendly Vacation rentals, allowing ASD families to travel more and enjoy well-suited accommodations for their unique needs.To learn more, and for the complete show notes, visit: http://thanksforvisiting.meResources:• Try out this Home Security Door Lock to make your short-term rental more safe• The Spectrum-Friendly Properties Training and Certification: use code TFV and we will forward any and all commissions to Vincent's Clubhouse Autism research!• #STRShareSunday: @thehideawaymasonlakeThanks for Visiting is produced by Crate Media.Mentioned in this episode:Hosting Business Mastery Method | Join us for our live, free, host masterclass and learn how to OWN your digital real estate!Sign up at hostmasterclass.com.Minoan | Minoan helps short-term rentals and boutique hotels enhance their appeal with their customizable, curated retail platform.Visit MinoanExperience.com and tell them TFV sent you!Hostfully | Sign up today and use coupon code THANKSFORVISITING to get 2 Free Guidebooks!Sign up at Hostfully.comTFVCON | Join us September 24-26 in Columbus, Ohio for TFV CON 2023!Grab your spot now at tfvcon.com.Breezeway | Breezeway is our favorite all-in-one property operations and messaging app. We use Breezeway to standardize our cleaning, maintenance, and inspection processes and automate guest messaging to deliver a quality experience. Their photo checklists make it easy to verify detailed work in real-time and make sure nothing falls through the cracks. Best yet, TFV listeners get free implementation!Sign up today at Breezeway.io/TFV
Season 2 of Undertaking: The Podcast kicks off with a tell-all podcast about...................... planning for the future, preparing for it and leaving a legacy that will last generations. Joe, the mystery-person featured on the veil-lifting-death book, Smoke Gets In Your Eye by Caitlin Doughty, joins the show and he's go so much to offer. Seaon 2 of Undertaking: The Podcast kick off with a tell-all podcast about........... planning for the future, preparing for it, and leaving a legacy that will last generations. Frank has the heart of an undertaker and when called upon, we're sure he takes of people. Support Caitlin's writing by buying her book here: https://amzn.to/3Yjc9mm Today's show is supported by an ad spot from three months ago for ASD Answering Service for Directors and their still answering Brian's phones and that's why they're's two ads for ASD. Check them out: Ryan's YouTube Side Hustle - Subscribe to tell Ryan thanks
-What is Autism and how does it relate to codependency? -How is “high masking,” a common trait in high-functioning autism, similar and different to codependency? -How can individuals with autism let go of their codependent behaviors? Welcome to Episode 137! This week, we welcome back Gina Metcalf, LCSW, to hear about her recent observations of ASD and codependency. You'll hear about ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) and how, due to their neurodivergency, many with autism engage in “high masking” behaviors to please and perform for others. Gina details how autism and codependency relate and differ. You'll hear how individuals can distinguish whether they have ASD and how they can then address their codependent behaviors they have developed as a consequence. We end with Gina's take on how we can also be codependent with loved one's who have autism and what we can do to address it. It's a must-listen! Links for the show: Sign up for the newsletter to receive all things codependummy: https://keap.app/contact-us/2302598426037497 Journal! The Confiding Codependummy: 30 Days of Journaling Prompts for a Less-Codependent and More-Conscious YOU for just $1 a day. www.codependummy.com/toolsforhealing FREEBIE! The Self-Validation Challenge: Learn to validate your GD self: www.codependummy.com/challenge Money! Funds! Help support the show via a one-time donation via secure Paypal link: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=RJ3PSNZ4AF7QC Work with me! Email email@example.com to inquire about psychotherapy, coaching, or coming on the show! More on this week's guest: Gina Metcalf is a Licensed Therapist and Founder of North Star Therapy, a therapy practice specializing in supporting female-identifying clients around issues of anxiety, depression, trauma, and codependency. This is her second time on the show. Be sure to tune into her first episode that aired in March of 2022 titled “That's The Dream.” Gina's initial interview on the podcast: https://codependummy.com/thats-the-dream-to-be-accepted-and-authentic-with-gina-metcalf-lcsw/ www.northstartherapyinc.com https://www.instagram.com/north.star.therapy/ Resources mentioned by Gina: https://embrace-autism.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Unmasking-Autism-Discovering-Faces-Neurodiversity/dp/0593235231 https://www.instagram.com/neurowild_/ More deets on the episode: We begin by revisiting Gina's definition of codependency: a lack of trust in ourselves and others. Gina describes how codependents often self-abandon, find it difficult to express or know their needs, and fear sharing their truth. Gina encourages her clients to ask themselves: if you could wake up and be honest in your relationships, what would you say? Good prompt to reflect on! Gina opens up about codependency in her own life and how she has been the “emotional taker” in her relationship with her husband. She points out the “secondary gains” of her role and the “shadow side” consequences of her role. Again, healthy to reflect on your own secondary gains and shadow side of your codependency. We then shift gears to ASD: Autism Spectrum Disorder. Gina educates us on how autism is a neurodevelopmental difference in social functioning and hypersensitivity. She describes “high masking” which is a common trait amongst high-functioning autism where one uses strategies to hide autistic behaviors. Gina reflects on her experiences with clients and how autism often is missed due to ableism embedded in the therapeutic process. In therapy and many areas in their life, those with autism can engage in performing and impression-making behaviors in order to “fit in,” however, this results in them feeling lonely and disconnected. Gina distinguishes autism from codependency since it involves: 1) sensory sensitivity; 2) stemming; 3) special interests; and 4) structured routine. If Gina suspects that a client coming in for codependency is also navigating undiagnosed autism, she has learned to seek neurodivergent education, resources, online assessments, and other content and then present her observations to them. We discuss how loved one's and family members can do the same if they suspect autism in others. As a consequence, Gina is then able to help her clients let go of their codependent patterns through awareness, identifying safe relationships to let patterns go, joining strong communities, and practicing self-empathy. Thanks for coming on Gina! And thank you for listening, my dear listener! PLEASE: Rate. Review. Subscribe. Share. We need more ratings on Spotify! 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This is a bonus episode that Bryce requested after we ended episode 107. He wanted chat about some of his favorite things for the listeners. We hope you like it! The link below is available that will allow listeners to support the Parenting Autism podcast expenses as well help with the publishing of our book that is currently with our editor (Parenting Autism: The Early Years). Our goal is to have it edited and published by the end of 2023. Support the showBryce is a funny, mechanical, HAPPY little guy who was diagnosed with autism at age two and is now nine years old. His pure joy makes this world a much better place!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: email@example.com. We hope you enjoy it! Support the show
Stacy and Matt's youngest son, Wesley, joins for this special bonus episode of The Whole View to share his story and experience with both being on the autism spectrum (ASD) and with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Wesley shares what neurodivergence is like and tips for how to parent, love, or understand the wonderful ways his brain functions. You can read more about our full spectrum, neurodivergent family on realeverything.com! The article, A Full Spectrum Family: Autism and ADHD was reviewed and approved by Wesley. Don't forget to subscribe to this channel and visit realeverything.com! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jim Fultz and Jim Hagl from Copeland join the podcast to talk about filter driers and system cleanup. Filter driers come in many types and sizes; they typically go on the liquid line (bi-flow filter driers are used on heat pumps), but suction line filter driers also exist. Copeland's liquid line filter drier models include the EK (premium), BSL (smaller diameter), BOK (with HH desiccant to assist with burnout cleanup), and CU (copper spun). Bi-flow filter driers in Copeland's lineup include the BFK and BSB categories. These liquid line filter driers protect the metering device and should typically be installed as close to the metering device as possible (with some exceptions for heat pump startups in heating mode). These filter driers typically need to be replaced anytime the system is opened for service, the pressure drop across the drier exceeds 3 PSI, or the system is wet. Suction line filter driers in Copeland's lineup include the ASD, SFD, and CSFD models, all of which come in different shapes and sizes for varying applications. The ASK suction line filter drier has activated carbon to assist with burnout cleanup. When used to assist with contamination cleanup, suction line filter driers must be taken out of the system within a few days. Jim F., Jim H., and Bryan also discuss: Copeland and Emerson brand realignment Filtration data Myths about smaller-diameter filter driers Copper-spun drier uses and applications Ideal vs. accessible suction filter drier placement Desiccant considerations Filter drier selection best practices Moisture indicators Restricted filter driers Filter drier sizing and system charge Bi-flow driers in straight-cool systems Dealing with factory-installed filter driers Product names and suffixes Burnouts and oil Flowing nitrogen while brazing Additives and flushes Check out Copeland's filter driers at https://hvacrschool.com/copeland-driers. Learn more about the HVACR Training Symposium or buy a virtual ticket today at https://hvacrschool.com/symposium. If you have an iPhone, subscribe to the podcast HERE, and if you have an Android phone, subscribe HERE. Check out our handy calculators HERE.
"After all that work, you started to wonder that there's got to be something else going on that we're missing." - Julianne CusickOn this episode of Restoring the Soul, Michael and Julianne Cusick have a candid conversation about neurodiversity and how it has impacted their marriage. They discuss terms like autism spectrum difference (ASD), neurodiverse, neurotypical, and neurodivergent, highlighting the importance of understanding and embracing these differences. Michael shares his personal experience of being diagnosed with Asperger's and how it has changed their perspective on their neurodiversity. They also discuss their communication challenges and how the concept of neurodiversity has provided insight and progress in their relationship. This episode offers a unique perspective on neurodiversity and its impact on marriage, providing valuable insights and understanding.HELPFUL RESOURCES:The Journal of Best Practices: A Memoir of Marriage, Asperger Syndrome, and One Man's Quest to Be a Better HusbandContact Restoring the Soul:CONTACT RESTORING THE SOUL:- Tweet us at @michaeljcusick and @PodcastRTS- Like us on Facebook- Follow us on Instagram & Twitter- Follow Michael on Twitter- Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks for listening!