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A speech and language podcast to motivate and inspire school-based SLPs. Just the tips, strategies, and low prep therapy ideas you need to walk into your therapy room with confidence and plan with ease. Learn and hear stories an SLP in the trenches just like you!
 
The Mama Bear Podcast is a place for women raising children with special needs to get together and chat about life. Mary Susan McConnell and her guests discuss the beautiful highs and the extreme lows that can come with parenting on such unique journeys. Conversations are fun, candid, and you may want headphones (adult language warning).
 
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The Curious Incident Podcast

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The Curious Incident Podcast

Adam Dayan NYC Special Education Attorney

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This podcast is intended to be a resource for special needs families. NYC Special Education Attorney Adam Dayan, Founder of Law Offices of Adam Dayan, PLLC, will be interviewing experts in the field of special education who can be resources to parents whose children are struggling educationally and who are seeking guidance about what steps to take next.
 
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Pedo Teeth Talk

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Pedo Teeth Talk

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD)

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Join AAPD leaders, experts in the field of pediatric dentistry and other professionals for Pedo Talk. We’ll be discussing scientific, clinical and the most up-to-date, relevant information out there for anyone and everyone in the pediatric dental community. Topics include, but are not limited to SDF, Behavior Management, Practice Management, Trauma and more.
 
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Moms Talk Autism Podcast

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Moms Talk Autism Podcast

Shannon Korza, Tash Dillmon, Jean Mayer, and Brittney Crabtree

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The Moms Talk Autism Podcast is for parents raising children with special needs. We are four moms, all with autistic children and other neurodivergence. Teaching a special needs child to navigate the world around them comes with challenges and struggles. We want to talk about those challenges openly with you and others. We discuss grief, school, family balance, siblings, therapies, social conversations, behaviors, delays, diagnosis advocation, and marriage. We do not hold degrees in medicine ...
 
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Absolute Trust Talk

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Absolute Trust Talk

Kirsten Howe: Attorney and podcaster

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Educating at every step. Absolute Trust Talk is not your run of the mill general counsel show filled with legal jargon that doesn’t resonate. Through her 20+ years of practice, Absolute Trust Counsel managing attorney Kirsten Howe found herself working with clients who were confused and overwhelmed by the complexity of estate planning and saw a need to help clients with education and specific client-centered estate planning services. Now Kirsten is taking her expertise and experience to a ne ...
 
Parents with special needs children are overwhelmed, The Naked Parent Podcast assists parents while they build the life and family of their dreams. Every day, you can join Chad Ratliffe, father of 7 and 2 with special needs as he interviews parents and professionals in an effort to deliver what it's like to raise special needs children. Nothing is off limits. They keep it real; hence, The Naked Parent Podcast. If raising a special needs child isn’t what you signed up for. If you're losing yo ...
 
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The Fringy Bit

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The Fringy Bit

Heather & Jonathan Boorman

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REAL support and stories about loving someone who's wired a bit differently. Hosted by Heather & Jon, a married couple who are awesome therapists by day, and parenting 3 fringy kids by night. Kids on the fringes include kids who are gifted, have autism, SPD, or other developmental neuro-diversities.
 
Join us as we cultivate grace into the principles and practices of homeschool and motherhood. Homeschool experts and mom mentors will be here to share encouragement, tackle questions about homeschooling methods, learning styles, and help you cultivate a home and mom-life filled with learning and love. Right here -- every other Saturday.
 
The LOMAH Podcast is an award winning show that runs topical series deep diving into an issue for 10-12 episodes with interviews from expert guests, including self advocates. Your host, Kim, has a teenage daughter with level 3 non speaking autism who will require 24/7 support the rest of her life. Like many parents, Kim has a lot of important questions. She does not claim to know the answers for her child nor yours but does promise to search for them and share what she is discovering along t ...
 
There is a constant challenge in speaking about relationships and falsely labeled stigmas I feel we need to normalize because NO ONE is immune to them. So come join me every Saturday, while I debunk some myths and misconceptions in relationships, social injustices, business, and mental health in order to normalize discussions around these topics one chat at a time. In the process, I'm sure you can laugh, learn, and gain insight to conversations you would be reluctant to participate in or hav ...
 
Welcome to Thriving in the Midst of Chaos! This show is about surviving parenthood while having a child with special needs, while attempting to keep your self and your sanity intact. We share our experiences and discuss how we survived, what worked for us, and what didn’t work for us. This is a nonjudgmental space, to realize that we all actually WILL live through this and to make thriving in parenthood an actual possibility. We will also be sharing fails, nails, and comical tales, as well a ...
 
The Special Chronicles radio show tells special needs stories in a unique way because the host, Daniel “PodmanDan” Smrokowski, is a person with special needs. Because of his insider’s perspective and the show being available online, Special Chronicles broadcasts distinctive, first person accounts of special needs that are heard around the world. Daniel interviews people with special needs including their families, friends and anyone who touches their lives. Special Chronicles is your guide t ...
 
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A bonus episode all about our girl Tash! She is fiesty, loyal, warm, loving, and ready to have real talk about anything and everything. Tash is married to her husband, Tyler, and they have two amazing kids, Jack and Sloan, along with their angel baby, Jameson. Tash's energy is infectious. Her love of life, Christ, and plant care is strong and very …
 
Over the past few years, we’ve seen an influx of trust administration cases. And with nearly every trust and every client, there has unfortunately been some sort of planning failure. Some of them are small, easy fixes, while others are bigger challenges that cost more time and money. The worst part is that they could have been avoided if the right …
 
In today's show, you will meet Cricket, mom of a 19-year-old with autism, retired restaurateur for 30 years, wife police officer for 14 years. Her personal experience and professional background gave her the best foundation to take on the task of starting a non-profit serving a very complicated population. Sounds of Autism was established in 2011 a…
 
How are SLPs different than reading teachers? This is a question I see a lot in my SLP Elevate membership. People want to know how we can differentiate ourselves from a standard reading teacher and show our value without just doing the same thing over and over. Some even wonder why students even come to us for things like this. In this episode of S…
 
In today's show, you will meet Suzann, a retired teacher who recently wrote a book online at Barnes n Noble to encourage parents of young children to push forward and set goals for their special needs children. She taught in Public, Private, and Charter Schools throughout her teaching career. Her book “Silent Voices” by Suzy Dell describes her expe…
 
Shanny Shan Shan...first responder's wife, Jill of all trades, and mother of all mothers! This lady truly is extraordinary at all things, but she truly shines as a mom. She loves her girls more than anything and is fierce in her advocacy for them. Shannon is all about self-care, especially in the form of moving your body daily. She believes that wh…
 
Listen to this informative chat with Dr. Gus Oliveira, as he discusses how to restore traumatized teeth. Dr. Oliveira goes into the choices of materials, the choices of methods and the best ways to manage teeth in circumstances associated with dental trauma. Be enlightened by modern methods of operative dentistry important to Pediatric Dentistry. B…
 
Let’s talk about special education! As SLPs, many of us work closely with special education teachers. Collaboration is an important part of helping students reach their goals. Sometimes that’s easier said than done though. There is a lot that goes into each role, and it can be easy to lose sight of that and get frustrated when things don’t go as pl…
 
To medicate or not to medicate...that is the question! Brittney, Jean, and Tash talk about looking into over the counter and perscription medications for their autistic children. What works for one child won't necessarily work for another, but hearing our experiences will hopefully shed some light if you are considering medications now or in the fu…
 
Jerry Pavlon-Blum, Director of External Affairs and Program Innovation at the Robert Louis Stevenson School, and NYC Special Education Attorney Adam Dayan continue their conversation about the complexity of mental health in school and the parent journey through the special education process to secure services to meet the needs of emotionally comple…
 
Jean: a simple name, complex in nature. Many of us walk into parenthood with our "stuff". It shades and colors our lens when seeing our child’s diagnosis. Jean wanted an exceptional child and the universe delivered an extraordinary, beautiful, autistic son. Gone were the days of the fast-paced, creative life in hospitality. She carried her intensit…
 
In today's show, you will meet Kathleen, a mom of a son awaiting his diagnosis of autism. She's been a single parent for 2 years now. The father of her kids didn't take it too well when they first had an assessment back in 2017 for their son being on the spectrum. She struggles with mental health but later on acknowledges that the most rewarding th…
 
Often, when an older adult modifies their estate plan, they are doing it of sound mind because of a change in their wishes. However, there are instances when an older adult makes the change because they are being pressured by someone who is taking advantage of their vulnerability and trust. Unfortunately, this happens more often than not. In the le…
 
In today's show, you will meet Liz, health coach, working in the medical field as an assistant (neuro-rehab), teaching yoga, and getting prerequisite work for Naturopathic School. She wrote a self-help book for parents with autism (What about me by Liz Bazarova). http://surl.li/bxaas "If you can dream it you can achieve it."…
 
Do you use gaming and technology in speech therapy? One of the keys to getting students more engaged in their speech therapy sessions is utilizing their interests, and for many kids, that’s gaming and technology. A lot of SLPs are wary about incorporating those though because they don’t want to give children too much screen time. However, there is …
 
How do we manage our child's exceptional needs AND our own health, specifically mental health? It's a question we strive to answer in this episode. We share our own personal experiences, struggles, and successes in this area of our lives. We would love to hear your thoughts on this VERY important topic. Instagram: @momstalkautism Email: hello@momst…
 
In today's show, you will meet Erin, a working mom, and wife who's trying to be enough for her family without losing herself in the process. They have 2 kids, Kaiya and Miles. Kaiya is 3 with an autism diagnosis. "Universe, please grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to k…
 
Dad's Talk Autism Final Bonus Eposide! In our final April Dad installment, we will hear from Jay: husband to Shannon and father to Gracie and Maya. Jay gives another view of our interesting, and sometimes challenging, parent life. He's honest and you'll never have to wonder where he stands on any topic. Jay also dives into a subject that Shannon ha…
 
We know that working together with other professionals in the school is an amazing way to get better outcomes for our students, so in this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, we are talking about how to get more buy-in from teachers in order to better support our students. When I first started working as a speech therapist, I had a lot of grand ideas of ho…
 
An autism diagnosis can be life chaning for your child. It can also greatly impact your family and what the future holds for family planning. In this episode, we tell our personal stories of when we decided to have or not have more children after diagnosis. It's a very personal decision and we hope hearing our stories will help you along your famil…
 
In today's show, you will meet Jordan, a strong woman, mom, author, and CEO. She has a 19-year-old son with autism who currently resides in a residential placement. She believes that everything happens for a reason, and they are here to serve a purpose and they all have a need to belong and be loved. "Zig Ziglar, you can get more of what you want b…
 
Tyler, husband to Tash, father to Jack, Sloan, and Jameson (their angel baby). The Dillmons lead an extraordinary life as a first responder family, working as a Fire Captain in their community. Tyler tells the remarkable story of overcoming the grief of the loss of one child and stepping in as a father, parenting their autistic son and surviving tw…
 
Let’s talk about after-reading activities for speech therapy! This is the last part of a three-part series all about literacy-based therapy. In the last episode, I covered during-reading activities that you can do to make sure your students are understanding what they’re reading, critically thinking, and taking good notes. In the episode before tha…
 
In this episode, we are interviewing a fantastic guest. William Wherli is an incredible voice in this community who shares powerful knowledge and insight into living as an autistic adult. He covers many subjects, including what it was like growing up as a child. William shares excellent advice to everyone about what he wants the world to know, some…
 
Did you know that as of July 1, 2022, there will be some significant changes in the eligibility rules for Medi-Cal? Medi-Cal is the California implementation of Medicaid and something that many people depend on. Unfortunately, if you need Medi-Cal help now, these changes won’t be rolled out in time. But if Medi-Cal is something you’re planning on d…
 
Dads Talk Autism Bonus Episode! Doug is Brittney's husband and father to their four children. Austin and Ruby are autistic and have very different challenges and needs. Doug is one of the most easy going personalities out there, he's a go with the flow kinda guy, and we love him for it. He offers his perspective on fatherhood and raising children w…
 
In today's show, you will meet Mary, mom of two autistic children and a certified mental health coach. Going through the endless rabbit hole of what to do, and what is best for her family was overwhelming. Through training, trial and error, and recourses she became empowered. Her daughter has self-esteem, sensory issues, and anxiety about self-conf…
 
In this episode, Mary Susan talks about 9 areas that caregivers can automate / delegate to free up space for their life. Find the Mama Bear Daily HERE https://mamabearmedia.teachable.com/p/mama-bear-daily Find the Reimagine Your World: A Creative Course for Caregivers HERE https://mamabearmedia.teachable.com/p/reimagine-your-life-a-creative-course-…
 
Learn from the expert on this hot topic to address the dental assistant shortage, which is a top-of-mind national problem. Dr. Rhea Haugseth has created an online program to train and sustain the learning of dental assistants who work in pediatric dental offices. Listen to the great body of work created by Rhea to improve the function and quality o…
 
Let’s talk about activities you can do while reading in speech therapy! This episode of SLP Coffee Talk is part two of my three-part series on literacy-based therapy activities. In the last episode, we talked about different activities you can do before starting a book or text in your speech therapy classroom. In this episode, we are diving into wh…
 
Hey guys, this week Stephy is here with a solo episode! She gives you her thoughts after an experience that triggered her fight or flight response, how meltdowns can also trigger this in your little ones, and mommy amnesia is a REAL THING! Don't forget to RATE, REVIEW, & SUBSCRIBE to the podcast. Follow Stephy on IG: @Autismmamipodcast @_stephykiss…
 
Jerry Pavlon-Blum, Director of External Affairs and Program Innovation at the Robert Louis Stevenson School, a school in New York City for emotionally complex students, joins Adam Dayan, NYC Special Education Attorney. This discussion ranges from talking about the complexity of mental health in school, how it fits into whole health, and what servic…
 
In today's show, you will meet Rebecca, mom of 5 kids. The oldest is 11 the youngest is 16 months. They found out their son is autistic when he was 19 months old. The family had to go at the whole parenting thing a new and completely different way. "If first you fail try, try again."By Chad Ratliffe
 
Dads Talk Autism Bonus Episode! Brad, husband to Jean, father to Rory and McKenna, is our very first dad to be interviewed in this series. He doesn’t mince words; a black and white, no grey area kind of guy. Incredibly smart and witty, Brad is never absent of humor or sarcasm, casting him as the cynic in their relationship. Brad and Jean experience…
 
If you know me, you know that I love incorporating books and literacy-based activities into my speech therapy sessions! It allows me to plan easily, quickly, and effectively. I can use one resource with as many groups as possible or even with mixed groups with many different goals. It also allows me to correlate what we do in speech therapy with wh…
 
Autistic people aren’t two dimensional creatures. Being a member of the community as a caregiver or parent isn’t either. In this episode, we talk with our very special guest, Tiffany Hammond, from Fidgets and Fries. We discuss how she navigates life as an autistic, black female, as well as a parent to two autistic boys. Tiffany draws the distinctio…
 
Picture NBA player Brian Grant, known for his tenacity and fearlessness on the court. After pushing his body through conditioning, training, and contentious games, he learns he has Parkinson’s disease two years into retirement. Naturally, this came as an enormous shock. However, Parkinson’s is the fastest-growing neurological condition in the world…
 
Do you have students that love music? In this episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I am sharing one of my favorite tools to use in speech therapy, and it’s something that you might not have thought of before: song lyrics! I use them all the time during my speech therapy sessions because it’s super fun and motivating, and it allows me to work on a ton of spe…
 
Hey guys! This week join Stephy as she talks about her own personal struggle with her weight, gym confidence, and how a newly diagnosed toddler can transition into therapy. Don't forget to Rate & Review on both Apple Podcast and Spotify! Follow Stephy on Instagram! @_stephykiss @autismmamipodcast Click here to join HelloFresh and get $120 OFF your …
 
April is Autism Acceptance Month! Join us as we discuss the history and share some of our insight on what this month means to each of us. However you decide to acknowledge and bring awareness is a personal choice and we honor that. We also discuss how we can better advocate and educate ourselves through listening to the autistic community. We hope …
 
In today's show, you will meet Dr. Anila Khan, a clinical psychologist, speech therapist, and psychotherapist. She is working in the field since 2011 with children and adults, and while working in the field she discovered that she is neurodivergent too. "There is always a way, and we need to find it. Never give up on yourself."…
 
Have you ever felt lost or powerless in your career? Unfortunately, many new SLPs end up getting discouraged and lose their inspiration after they begin their career. It’s easy to feel this way when you don’t feel supported, valued, or paid adequately. So what do you do to get out of this funk? In today’s episode of SLP Coffee Talk, I sat down with…
 
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