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This weekly podcast is your go-to resource for real answers to parenting, working with or being neurodiverse. With the right information you will better understand neurodiverse brains, develop the skills to parent or mentor more confidently, and get better outcomes addressing neurodiverse challenges. Join Jason Grygla, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Director of TechieForLife, a specialized mentoring program for neurodiverse young adults and his wife, Debbie Grygla, Certified Life Coach ...
 
* Real people * Real stories * Real experience * Hosted by Kris Barrett and Sally Thibault of Autism Parent Training. Ever wished you could talk to somebody who has been through what you are going through and done it successfully?Ever wished you had a crystal ball to see how it will all turn out?Kris Barrett and Sally Thibault are no strangers to the field of parenting a child living with autism. Often called warrior Mums, they have, through sheer tenacity, broken down barriers, challenged t ...
 
Welcome to Thriving in the Midst of Chaos! This show is about surviving parenthood while having a child with special needs, while attempting to keep your self and your sanity intact. We share our experiences and discuss how we survived, what worked for us, and what didn’t work for us. This is a nonjudgmental space, to realize that we all actually WILL live through this and to make thriving in parenthood an actual possibility. We will also be sharing fails, nails, and comical tales, as well a ...
 
Launched by parents of an infectiously funny and *mostly* happy boy on the spectrum, the Joyriding in Autismland podcast chats with ASD parents, kiddos, therapists, writers, and artists about the unexpected, charming, and funny moments with autism. Because laughing? Is the best vacation. Find the show notes online at http://www.joyridinginautismland.com/podcast
 
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If you never intentionally make the shift from the parent role to the partner role, it is highly likely the neurodiverse young adult you're trying to help and support will struggle to shift out of the child role. In this episode, Jason explains what transactional analysis is and makes recommendations for how to better support their transition into …
 
In today’s show, I sit down and have a chat with one funny guy, Frank King. We talk about how he got to where he is today, talking about trying to help those who feel their lives aren’t worth a lot. He gives us a peak into his life and how knew he was destined to be a comedian, started when he was in grammar school. He also talks about how he plan …
 
On this very special episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio, I talk to Dr. Ned Hallowell. We learn about him and how he manages his own ADHD. He answers questions like, is ADHD and Low Self Esteem related to one another. He talks about how if you poor performance in life and know it that relates to yourself esteem. We talk about what he tribuets hi…
 
In this Special episode of Inside the Aspgers Studio, I talk with John Truitt. We get to know about his organization On the Spectrum Foundation and find out what services he will offer, when he started it and much more. We also find out about him. We find out that he has dual citizenship with Austrialla and that he listed him organization on the st…
 
Episode 107: Promoting Reading In Children With Learning Disabilities With Guest Dr. Maria Cleary In this episode, Dr. Maria Cleary discusses reading literacy and and the importance of continuing to read throughout childhood. Her daughter was showing learning delays when she was young and was found to have left-brain hemiatrophy. Her daughter did w…
 
If you find yourself doing a lot of exhausting micromanaging of your neurodiverse child, teen or young adult this episode is for you. There may be many reasons you fall into that parenting style and I offer some insights and tips to help you break out the micromanaging trap that isn't serving you or your child's development well. Get full episode n…
 
Episode 106: Using Summer To Create An Amazing School Year With Guest Dr. Laura Reber In this episode, guest Dr. Laura Reber discusses maximizing your summer to help your child with the school year. She discussed the importance of learning executive functioning skills. To help transition from school to summer, keep schedules similar (meals, sleep, …
 
On todays show I talk with a Sam and his mom Gina Mitchelle. Sam is a Aspie Podcaster whose podcasts are all about showing the emotional side of Autism. Sam has over 145 episodes of his podcast going strong and has interviewed many interesting people such as Mick Foley from the WWE who is a hall of famer. I will give him a few tips and I am sure he…
 
In todays episode I sit down with Lauren Roesnbaum. We get to know a bit, find out why she started her own compan y and where she see herself in the future. We talk about where we see the world in five years time, and her motto of "Just Do It." She is a amazing women with a amazing story. Anyone who has her a life coach is very lucky, because not o…
 
In this Episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio. I talk with Cesi Lavine who has a sister who is on the spectrum and wants advice on how to deal with her. She asks how she can get her sister to see things from her point of view. Also wanted to know how I accepted my diagnoses and how I see things. I answered her to my best knowledge from my own expe…
 
Episode 105: Bassie Shemtov's Experience Creating Inclusive Communities and Employment Opportunities In this episode, guest Bassie Shemtov discusses how to create friendship and inclusion in the community. She and her husband began their career by working in the addictions community. However, Bassie didn't feel as if they were offering everything t…
 
So many of our neurodiverse kids, teens, and young adults are rigid thinkers or have areas they get stuck and inflexible around. It's often frustrating as a parent or mentor to bump up against that rigidity and not be able to influence or get through to our kids especially when they're really struggling. In this episode, I offer some insights to he…
 
Episode 104: Alexa Bigwarfe's Experience of Twin-To-Twin Transfusion, Infant Loss, and Transformation Through Writing In this episode, Alexa Bigwarfe discusses her experience with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome and child loss. During her third pregnancy, she should have been followed as a high risk pregnancy with a maternal fetal medicine doctor…
 
Episode 103: Raising a Child with STXBP1 With Guest Chloe Weber In this we discuss rare genetic disorder called STXBP1. Guest Chloe Weber’s son Remy has a rare genetic disorder called STXBP1. This condition affects syntax and binding protein. For these individuals, their bodies don’t make enough of the protein,the protein is misfolded, and the prot…
 
On todays episode I have a candid talk with Rob Jolles. One of the more facinating people I have become friends with and interviwed. “Rob is a sought-after speaker and five-time Bestselling author, Rob has spent over thirty-five years, logging over 2.5 million miles in the air entertaining, teaching and inspiring audiences worldwide. His books have…
 
Episode 102: Spinal Muscular Atrophy And ADHD With Guest Trudy Citovic In this episode, guest Trudy Citovic discusses raising a child with spinal muscular atrophy. Her daughter, Alina, was diagnosed with SMA when she was 5 years old. She never lost any skills but started experiencing weakness and less stamina. She was about to lose skills when she …
 
Anger can be destructive and hurt relationships. In this episode, Jason explains how anger is a secondary emotion and what emotion is underneath it. He gives tips on how to manage our own anger and how you can mentor neurodiverse young people when they’re angry using a relationship building versus behavioral approach. Get full show notes here: http…
 
In todays episode of Stories, I talk with Anne Sabagh a ASD life coach who has a bit of a upper hand when it comes to coaching. She has ASD herself. We talk about her memories of her getting diagosned later in life and what her reaction was to her diagnoses. We learn that her husband too is neurodiverse as well. We talk about why she got into coach…
 
In this Episode of Stories, I get to sit down with someone who has one of the most incredible smiles I have ever seen. When you are with her, are are sure to smile and feel very welcomed. I talk with Rosie, her personality matches her smile. We talk about what it is like to grow up in a small town where everyone was friends and you were sure to bum…
 
Hello Aspies, on todays Episode of Stories, I talk with Husband, Father, Coach and Comedian) Francesco. We get to know a bit about him and where he grow up and what family life was like, how became a comedian, and what guided him to become a ASD Coach. We find out how he wound up working for Jaclym Hunt of ASD Coaching, and how he uses his comedic …
 
Hello and welcome to a new series called Stories. In this Episode I talk with Jaclyn Hunt. A ASD Life Coach. She tells her story of how she got into ASD Life coaching and then we talk a little about her and her practice and how she started out with just her and how the clients just kept coming. For those you who don't know Jaclyn company is the one…
 
Episode 101: Raising A Micropreemie Who Uses A Feeding Tube With Guest Gaby Grinberg In this episode, guest Gaby Grinberg discusses prematurity, NICU stays, and feeding journeys. Her daughter Lana Rose was born at 24 weeks gestation, weight 11 ounces. There was no initial sign that she would go into labor early, as her pregnancy was pretty normal. …
 
Episode 100: Raising a Child With Spinal Muscular Atrophy With Guest Megan Fabrizi In this episode, guest Megan Fabrizi discusses raising children with spinal muscular atrophy. When Liam was born, he was having difficulty regulating his temperature. He wasn’t moving his body. At his 4 month visit, he was diagnosed with hypotonia. The pediatrician w…
 
Today’s episode highlights Autism and ADHD. Clinically significant symptoms of ADHD have been reported in 16% to 66% of children with Autism. And yet, ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder were not formerly recognized diagnostically as co-occurring conditions until DSM 5 was published in 2013. My guest today is Dr. Dion Metzger. Dr. Metzger is a Board …
 
Episode 99: Raising a Child With Multiple Complex Medical Conditions With Guest Tammy Flynn In this episode, guest Tammy Flynn discusses raising children with complex medical conditions. Her son Marcus has numerous complex medical conditions, including Ehlers Danlos syndrome, Sherman’s kyphosis, EOE (eosinophilia of the esophagus), a bleeding disor…
 
Hey guys and gals, in todays episode, I talk with Melissa Doman who is a sleep specialist. We talk about how certain things affect sleep, from the time you go to bed to the enviorment of the room. Should the room be totally dark? What temp is the perfect sleeping temp? These are just a few of the questions I talk to her about about, I also ask her …
 
Hello Aspies, in this episode I talk with Dr. Norrine Russel. A Success coach for Middle and College levels kids. We start off talking about and lables and how some on the spectrum just don't like it and how people view those of us on the spectrum. Than we talk about kids a bit, and find out they both are on the spectrum and have ASD and ADHD and h…
 
In this episode of Inside the Asperger's Studio, I talk with Anna Granata. A Neurodiverse life coach. In this episode we tackle many things that have to do with ADHD as well a bit of ASD. Anna shares with me, that if you have either ASD or ADHD you most certainly have the other, and this has shown up with numerous clienrts of hers. She also mention…
 
Hey Aspies, in this episode of Inside the Asperger Studio I am joined again by Karla from AIMS Global. We talk about Masking and why it is wrong for those of us on the spectrum to do it. We discuss what has to be done for companies to accept, Karla mentioned that it all about sitting down and having a honest discussion. We also talked that masking …
 
What do you do when your child, teen, or young adult has no motivation to do their homework, help out around the house, have good hygiene, eat healthy, or any of the other less fun but necessary parts of life? Listen in as Debbie explains why the typical approaches don't work in the long-term and what actually does. Debbie also offers four strategi…
 
Hello Aspies, On todays show I am talking to Karla Pretorius who is a co-founder of AIMS Global. A organization that trains thearpist to put in homes or online with those who are on the spectrum and have other disabilities as well such as anxiety. You will learn a lot about her and how she got her start. You get a bit of her background and why she …
 
Hey Aspies, On this show I talk wiht Dr. Bhatta who is urologiest who has gotten into meditation. We talk about his app that he has developed Relaxx. We talk about how he got into meditation and how meditation can help those of us with stress, and anxiety. We talk on how important it is to quiet the mind to help with things like racing thoughts and…
 
Dr Navana, had me go through a exercise where I went into a meditative state to find the what emotion is bothering, and try to come to terms with it. This way your not fighting it you are working with it. We talk about her personal experiences and what brought her to the path she is on right now. She talks about how everyone is has a one of the fou…
 
In todays episode I talk with Brandon Mager and let him tell the stroy on how he turned his life around. Everything from choosing the right program to meeting the right people to getting involved in sports. He took mattes into his owns hand with his mother being his support. He found the right school and made the right friends and got involved in s…
 
This episode has some technical issues you will notice. This is because we were having connectivity issues. In this Episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio. I talk with Vet Cliff Redford. We talk about everything from his adventures as a voluntreer vet as he travled the world to getting advice on taking care of pets to what pet is perfect to someone…
 
I talk with Anais who is a podcaster of not one podcast, but three of them.. They are How To Relationship Podcast, Musecast (Where she talks about her Favorite band), and Quarantined Happy Hour. We talk about things like, when she was diagnosed, how she handles her ADHD, how she deals with impulsivity when shopping, she also give some great tips on…
 
On this episode I talk with Joshua Schwartz. A graduate student in California about his struggles with Autism and ask him what advice he can give to those planning on to going to school or just looking for work in the world. We talk a bit about his personal struggles with Autism and how you has over come his depression and what he plans to do after…
 
On this episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio I talk with Speculative Fition Author April M. Woodard. About what's it like to be a female on the spectrum and also we talk about obstacles she faces while wrting her book and dealing with day to day life. We than talk a bit about how she has two sons on the spectrum and the day to day challenges she …
 
Hello Aspies, On 4th and final episode of Aspies After Dark, I talk with Nicola Falzon about the wellness clinic she works at. We talk about her clients who are on the autism spectrum and how do with her dating program she has devised up. She talks about the program and its success. We talk about about Autism in Malta and how its accepted. here are…
 
On the 3rd part of the Relationships and Autism series I talk with Christina Lindea all the way from Dubai about Intimacy and Autism. We answer questions such as how to know the difference between sex and intimacy, how to read your partner to know if they want to get more intimate, is intimacy important in a relationship and much more. Due to her c…
 
Episode 98: Dafne Wiswell's Story of Raising Children With Type 1 Diabetes and Ankylosing Spondylitis In this episode, Dafne Wiswell discusses her son’s experience with Diabetes Type 1 and her daughter’s experience with juvenile arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis. Her son was diagnosed with Diabetes when he was 2. He started having accidents, dri…
 
Hello all you wonderful Aspies out there, on this special episode of a three part series I talk with Sarah Martin Sex coach. We answer all the questions you were afraid to ask. Like is it ok to be a virgin in this day and age, and how to handle over stimulation while having sex as well as other more personal questions such how to stop worrying abou…
 
My guest today is Jen Drucker. Jen is a single parent and mom to Cassie, her soon to be 21 year-old autistic daughter. Cassie is nonverbal, but she has found her voice through painting. On this episode Jen shares her autism journey and how it led to Cassie’s Creations. Click on link for Cassie’s Creations http://cassies-creations.com AMMD Disclaime…
 
Episode 97: Raising a Child With Marfan Syndrome With Guest Allison Pullins Episode 29: Raising a Child With Marfan Syndrome With Guest Allison Pullins In this episode, Allison Pullins discusses her experience raising a child with Marfan Syndrome. James was diagnosed with this connective tissue disorder when he was 2 years old. He experiences an ao…
 
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