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Marion McRae is a Physiotherapist, Ultra Endurance Athlete & Movement Nerd; on a mission to revolutionize Back Pain Care with her Bulletproof Backs Podcast & Course work. With 25 + years experience in the Health Industry her formal training includes but is not limited to Pilates, Feldenkrais, Acupuncture, Dry needling, Anatomy in Motion, Fascial Manipulation, Human Needs Psychology, Emotional Regulation, Breathwork, Neuro-Biofeedback, Meditation, Trauma Somatic Release. These diverse fields of study have led her to develop the Bulletproof Backs Method which combines Mindset, Movement & Emotion Regulation into a super-efficient pathway for healing Stubborn Back Pain. ...Read More

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‎Building Bulletproof Backs Beat Stubborn Back pain with Physiotherapist & Movement Addict - Marion McRae. Join her as she interviews back pain sufferers who have found a way out of the nightmare. Physical, Mental & Emotional Tools are shared, to help you Build a Bulletproof Back.
Living With Scanxiety Join Rosaria Kozar, the mother of a warrior, as she interviews oncologists, pediatricians, survivors, parents, and other applicable organizations in the pediatric cancer world. If you need support as a caregiver or are just curious about childhood cancer, this is the show for you. Living With Scanxiety: Cancer Podcast discusses more than scans; it covers life during treatment and post-treatment. Subscribe, and I hope you will get some much-needed support from the show. Rosaria's mission is to inform, support, and promote hope.
Sarc Fighter: Living with Sarcoidosis and other rare diseases This podcast is about battling the disease Sarcoidosis as well as other rare diseases.
Rare Disease, Cell & Gene Therapy Weekly RoundUp A monthly podcast highlighting the most important news developments and its impact on the orphan drug, cell and gene therapy world. Visit www.partners4access.com/podcasts/
Cancer ABCs From Surviving To Thriving - How to Thrive with Cancer OUR MISSION To facilitate tangible improvements in the lives of people who have been affected by cancer(s), by providing them and their loved ones the necessary survival tools, education, support and advocacy so that they can become responsible for and take an active role in their own medical care and wellbeing. OUR GOALOur goal is to teach all people affected by cancer, including those with multiple cancers and/or rare cancers, to become CANCER THRIVERS.

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Autism Parenting This playlist contains all the things I wish I had known when I first started on my autism parenting journey.

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Top Emotional Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlist of snippets focusing on the emotional approach of healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs
Top Movement Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlist of snippets focusing on movement approach for healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs
Top Mindset Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlists of snippets focusing on the mindset approach of healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs
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The Impact of Vestibular Processing on Development What is DIR?







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The Impact of Vestibular Processing on Development
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A returning, frequent guest, Occupational Therapist Maude Le Roux joins us this week to discuss the impact of vestibular processing on the functional emotional developmental capacities (FEDCs), the ‘developmental ladder‘ in the Developmental, Individual differences, Relationship-based (DIR) Model, or DIR/Floortime. Maude has run her practice, A Total Approach, in Glen Mills, PA, just outside Philadelphia, for over 20 years where I’ve brought my son many times. We haven’t been since before the pandemic and he keeps asking when he’s going back to ‘school camp’. Maude has also operated her own online academy for over three years now.



















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Good Intentions Creating Unseen Stigma Good Intentions Creating Unseen Stigma
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Kieran Rose, an autistic self-advocate, published author, speaker, consultant, trainer, researcher, and neurodivergent educator joins us this week to discuss a number of topics around neurodiversity. He offers a regular online learning about understanding autistic experiences three times per year for the public, as well as offering training for organizations. Today we will cover the topics of functioning labels, theory of mind–which I&#8217;ve done a podcast on before–and good intentions of autism providers who are or aren&#8217;t neurodivergent themselves.





Kieran was my guest on a two-part podcast last year with Dr. Virginia Spielmann where we discussed Kieran&#8217;s history of being diagnosed at age 23 and all he went through before and since, inclusion and diversity, the deficit lens of autism, neurodiversity-affirming supports, autism myths, the history of autism and its false narrative, building on strengths, recognizing trauma, ableism, the social and medical models of disability, Double Empathy, masking and fawning, nonsense goals that providers set for our children, monotropism, context and code switching, and learning from autistic self-advocates.

























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Conversation with Integrative Medicine Physician Dr. Aimee Duffy Dr. Aimee Duffy is a #1 Best selling author of "Normal Doesn't Have Side Effects", an award-winning speaker at Harvard Club of Boston, CNN Center, Nasdaq, New York City Bar Association, and the Philadelphia College of Physicians. Dr Duffy has shared the stage with Martha Stewart, Suzanne Somers, Ice T, and Dr Oz, she is a frequent podcast guest and expert guest on ABC, NBC, CBS, and Fox network TV shows. Dr. Duffy is the Founder and Medical Director of Carolina Integrative Medicine in Clemson, SC, a mom of 4 girls, and tennis player - helping women who are sick and tired of being sick and tired transform into "Girls That Wanna Have Fun!"

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Conversation with Courageous Divorce and Lifestyle Coach Kelli Calabrese Kelli Calabrese has been a divorce and lifestyle coach for the past 34 years. She's appeared on all of the major networks, has spoken on international stages, is a 3-time best-selling author, has 3 science degrees and 27 certifications ranging from nutrition and medical exercise specialist to certified divorce coach.
She's overcome obstacles including surviving car accidents, electrocution, a painful divorce, a cross-country move, and reinventing herself.

She provide tools, hacks, and encouragement to help people transform using a spirit, mind, body approach to whole life wellness.
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Conversation with Visionary Coach, Author, Speaker Genesis Amaris Kemp Genesis Amaris Kemp is a Visionary Life coach, Motivational Speaker, and Author.
A Firecracker and “Mindset Hacker” a force to be reckoned with.
Genesis is a woman that empowers others to speak up for themselves. Yes, it may be challenging; yes, it may hurt. But in the long run, she desires to encourage others to help those who may not have a voice. She is a trailblazer who wants others to live out their dreams, goals, and visions. We all have been given an excellent purpose in life. It is up to us to walk it out and live victoriously!
She is multifaceted and multidimensional that cannot be contained in a box or compartmentalized.
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Conversation with Courageous Sociologist, Author, and Sex Advocate Elizabeth Anne Wood Elizabeth Anne Wood is Chair of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work and a SUNY Chancellors Award-winning Professor of Sociology at Nassau Community College in Garden City, NY. She is also Senior Strategist for Woodhull Freedom Foundation, the nation’s only human rights organization working full time to protect sexual freedom as a fundamental human right. Her memoir, Bound: A Daughter, a Domme, and an End-of-Life Story, explores themes of end-of-life sexuality, caregiving, and the challenges of navigating health care in the U.S.
Website: https://elizabethannewood.com

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Conversation with Courageous Transformational Sound Healing Expert Mark Romero Mark Romero is an internationally recognized Transformational Sound Healing Expert and Thought Healer. A former top-consultant to NASA discovered healing frequencies in his music. Out of this discovery, emerged a revolutionary music and energy process that is helping people around the world to heal their lives, expand awareness and dramatically enhance their ability to manifest the life of their dreams. For nearly 20 years, he has helped thousands of individuals experience instantaneous healings and shifts in their perceptions through the frequencies uncovered within his music.
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Eli's Village - The Bridge to Life Imagined I apologize to my listeners. Somehow the wrong audio file was uploaded. This is the correct file.
As a community of special needs families and expert professionals, Eli’s Village is dedicated to walking beside you — through every stage of life. With proactive planning, detailed assessments, holistic care, and personalized treatment, they're your support team to live the life imagined.
Eli’s Village is not just a network of professionals and resources. The village is your full-time support and management partner.
They’re here for one purpose. And that is to be alongside you and help you navigate the intricacies of life management and life planning as a special needs family.
To them, you are family and they’re committed to being your village of support and your choice of a family office.
They offer personalized planning services helping you and your family, to live the life imagined.
As a full and comprehensive team of expert professionals, they work with you to alleviate the stresses of life by providing customized services and resources including:
- Private Special Needs Case Management
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Autism Doesn’t Need To Mean Loneliness. Live The Social Life You Deserve. Autism Doesn’t Need To Mean Loneliness. Live The Social Life You Deserve.
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Most social strategies just don’t work for people with autism. Dating sites. Social networks. Online forums. There are millions of options. And yet 91% of people on the spectrum will never find someone special.
Jeremy teaches his students cutting-edge social techniques that really work for people with autism. And he gives you world-class support so you know who to meet, where to meet them and how to win them over without feeling overwhelmed.
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Parent to Parent Discussion about Positive Reinforcement Autism Live host Shannon Penrod joins us to discuss what a Positive Reinforcement really is and how it can be useful for parents! After that, she interacts with our live viewers about the question of the day and topic of the week before getting into a deep Parent to Parent discussion about how to use positive reinforcement with your child! Tune in and interact with our host! Positive Reinforcement Everybody talks about Positive Reinforcement, but what is it really? In this Parent to Parent talk Shannon Penrod explains why Positive Reinforcement is a great way to encourage learning and growth while making children (really anyone) happy! Shannon discusses: How to ensure your child doesn’t become dependent on reinforcers How to figure out what is reinforcing to your child How to create more reinforcers for your child. #PositiveReinforcement #Autism #parentingtips https://www.autismnetwork.com https://autism-live.com Recorded Live 10am PT August 8, 2022 Link Tree https://linktr.ee/AutismLive Order the book written by the host of Autism Live, Shannon Penrod! https://www.amazon.com/Autism-Parent-Sanity-Saving-Spectrum/dp/1949177858 https://www.fhautism.com/shop/autism-parent-to-parent/ Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/autism-live/id827968203 Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/autismlivepodcast Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0TXbDFs8cLP0UQbNVqHThf?si=VbEfw4_oRjqJY3vK2pgmFg IHeartRadio.com https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-autism-live-51537613/ Audible: https://www.audible.com/pd/Autism-Live-Podcast/B08JJN7B28?qid=1611965289&sr=1-1&ref=a_search_c3_lProduct_1_1&pf_rd_p=83218cca-c308-412f-bfcf-90198b687a2f&pf_rd_r=M68PFW27AP000G4N9CCJ Google Podcast: https://podcasts.google.com/search/autism%20live
Episode 47: Dr. Eugene Alford In this episode we are joined by Dr. Eugene Alford, an otolaryngologist and facial plastic surgeon practicing in Houston, Texas, for a conversation about becoming disabled while practicing medicine, the process of returning to work, life after acquiring a disability, and how he views the inclusion of disabled trainees in medicine.
How an expert panel evaluates genes for autism genetic tests About 15 percent of genes currently included in clinical genetic tests for autism or intellectual disability don’t have enough evidence to support their ties to the conditions, the panel found. The post How an expert panel evaluates genes for autism genetic tests appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.
Meditation - Candle Lighting Ceremony with Susan Whitaker In this guided meditation, you will return to your sanctuary and connect with a sense of gratitude through a  ceremony. You&apos;ll be able to light candles to acknowledge what you have learned on your meditation journey. This is a continuation of Susan&apos;s last 9 meditations which can be heard by clicking below, but it can also be enjoyed on its own.1. Discover Your Life Tree2. Exploring Your Earth Connection3. Climbing the Canopy4. Your Tree Sanctuary5. Meeting a Helping Spirit6. Taking Flight7. The Prayer Tree8. The Cosmic Tree of Life9. The Four DirectionsThere are certain things that are essential to living a healthy, happy, meaningful life. Susan believes that yoga is one of them and had dedicated her life to sharing it with others. She has taught and practiced yoga for over 45 years. Susan specializes in adapting basic yoga poses to fit individual bodies and includes mindfulness, breathing, and concentration to connect a person more deeply to themselves. She approaches yoga in a gentle way and creates a class around who is present. She takes suggestions about what people need on any given day and weaves them together for a more inclusive experience. Susan establishes a safe atmosphere and encourages a sense of community for the class, even within personal exploration. Through breathing techniques, laughter, philosophy, poetry, and reverence, her classes are designed to give her students an accessible life skill that will serve them in their daily lives.This podcast is sponsored in part by Consolidated Communications. This podcast is offered freely to ensure everyone has access to these practices and conversations offered by Wellness Within Cancer Support Services. If you feel inspired to donate to support Wellness Within offerings, please visit www.wellnesswithin.org/giveBEACON is a self-paced online system that provides cancer patients, caregivers, and survivors a place to learn and practice wellness. It is designed to support the individual based on where they are in their cancer experience. Enroll at https://beacon.wellnesswithin.org/Support the show
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Clips and Edits - With Matthew Today I am joined with Matthew in today's episode of the Autism and Doctor Who series. We talk Autism and Doctor Who of course, Matthew doesn't have Autism himself but he knows what it is and has friends who have Autism, we talk about how Doctor Who could be a good place welcome Autistic people into the universe on screen Autistic Actors. We talk why we like the show Doctor Who all the latest gossip, theories and more. This is Matthew's first ever podcast! A great quote from "be kind!" I ask each guest this because on other series about Mental health, crohn's and Autism I ask the guest to give me advise on what the conversation is, this series i ask give me a quote from the Show Doctor Who which you relate and means a lot to you in everyday life.
We hope you enjoy this episode of the Doctor Who and Autism series!
Laugh hard, run fast and be kind - With Ethan Today I am joined with Ethan who is an actor, we speak about autism, crohn's disease and the show we all love doctor who. Ethan talks us through his journey with Crohn's disease in 2016 to how he is doing now. He also talks about his autism traits and how is quite sensory. We talk about our comfort show doctor who. This is a great episode and it is Ethan first episode on a podcast!
Only until 5 minutes before this recording i didn't know Ethan has Crohn's so it was a good shock in a way.
This series theme is autism and doctor who we hope you are enjoying it so far, hyperfixations are everything and mean everything.
Ethan gives some quality advise and remember to always be kind!
Thank you again Ethan!
The welsh assassin and the lonely assassins - With Kyle Today in the next episode of the doctor who and autism series I am joined with Kyle who has autism, we both talk about the show we love Doctor Who, we go back to 2005 where it all started for us, remembering iconic villains and monsters such as the weeping angels known as the lonely assassins, one of Kyle's experiences. We take about autism and how doctor who has a massive apart of our lives. We talk about our favourite doctor's, episodes and much more, we talk about other interests of ours too. An episode not to be missed. We even talk about gaming, and how good it is especially Lego games. We mention how doctor who is good how they raise awareness in the show!
Thank you Kyle, this was a awesome chat!
Storytime: Tardis Fam the rise of communities - With Crystal Today I am joined with Crystal who is one of the founders of the Tardis Fam! She explains about it in more depth in this episode! Crystal's partner is autistic and on the spectrum! We talk about The Doctor shows autistic traits, we transverse into the stranger things universe. The latest season is based in 1986 where not many would be aware of what Autism is things were very different then. A character in the show Stranger Things called "Robin" shows social cues and its very shy when meeting new people in the year of 2022 she would be classed as an autistic person on the spectrum as me and Crystal discussed. But unfortunately it's mathematically impossible the show to in force a diagnosis for Robin.
Within the Tardis Fam there is a lot of awareness spread of different communities such as Autism, LGPTQ, Transgender and more, they like be as positive as they can I think it's so great what they are doing. So much to talk about in this episode as well as sarcasm with Autism and the show we love Doctor Who series!
The Doctor Who and Autism series is shaping off nicely and this is only the beginning!
A quote Crystal relates to is from Peter Capaldi Kind speech. "Remember, hate is always foolish, and love is always wise. Always try to be nice, but never fail to be kind" great quote being Kind to others and to yourself is important!
Thank you again Crystal it was a blast!
Autism and Dyspraxia - With writer Zack Today I am joined with Zack who is a writer for TT productions and voice actor. Zack is in the process of a Autism diagnosis at the moment, we know it's hard to get a diagnosis we hope Zack get's answers. We speak about school life and asking for help and how hard it can be and how important it is to tell someone if you are not okay, just tell someone! Zack also has Dyspraxia, he says with his dyspraxia he processes and does things at slower pace. We talk about the dyspraxia storyline in Doctor Who, Zack expresses his opinions on it and the execration about bikes within Dyspraxia. Lots of good things discussed in today's episode. some quality impressions too!
A quote Zack relates to is from the second Doctor...
Victoria: You probably can't remember your family.
The Doctor: Oh yes, I can when I want to. And That's the point, really. I have to really want to, to bring them back in front my eyes. The rest of the time they... they sleep in my mind and I forget. And so will you. Oh yes, you will. You'll find there's so much else to think about. To remember. Our lives are different to anybody else's that's the exciting thing! That nobody in the universe can do what we're doing!
Thank you again Zack a pleasure!
Past verse Future - With Liam Today, I am joined with Liam, we talk all things Doctor Who in today's episode, we mention how Doctor Who can be really accepting of Different things such as Autism. We express our opinions on the show the current era, the things we like and don't like. Liam and I have a great conversation, Thank you for reaching out, the topics we discuss are so relatable and you will enjoy this episode very much. In the show Ryan has dyspraxia one of the recent companions we discuss how good awareness and acceptance this is and the show do more within their actors, maybe a autistic actor me and Liam mentioned. Liam gave us his favourite quote is "The laws of time are mine" Although it is really hard to choose!
Thank you again Liam Allonsy from your favourite Doctor the 10th David tennant!
Loving how this series is shaping out already, this is the first time in the podcast's history we are doing all these sort of series. Hobbies are important, interests too. Raising awareness is acceptance is apart of this journey on the podcast, and hope you all enjoy watching, listening to every episode!
Hope, Acceptance acknowledgement and Understanding - With Lewis Today, I am joined with Lewis, We talk Doctor Who how accepting it can be to so many communities, we go through the start of new who to present day on our opinions what we like and dislike. Lewis doesn't have Autism but has friends who have Autism. Not every episode of the series will be autistic but Autism will be mentioned in each episode. Great conversation with Lewis.
Hope, acknowledgement and understanding, this is what doctor Who means to him.
Thank you again Lewis!
Journey to the centre of the Tardis - With Ethan In todays episode I am joined with Ethan, this is his 3rd appearance on the show. He last appeared on the series 5 break episode. Ethan has Crohn's Disease, we talk about the Tardis, sonic screwdriver's. We relate Crohn's Disease with Doctor Who as the doctor can be alone at times and that's how we feel sometimes especially when we have a diagnosis of Crohn's not knowing there is a whole community out there! We also talk about Autism too within special interests! It's a great episode and if you watch it your will see Ethan's very own Tardis!
A quote Ethan relates to "Look the little shop!" in the episode Smith and Jones. because when he is admitted in the hospital because of his Crohn's he always points out the little shop, bring humour and laughter from the show!
great to have you back Ethan!
Fashion and Autism - With Ellie and Jack Today I'm joined with good friends of mine Ellie and Jack. I went to college with Ellie and Jack, I also went to the same School Jack! This is Ellie's first appearance and first podcast, this is Jack's 3rd appearance!
We speak about Doctor Who and Autism. Ellie is autistic her diagnosis was around 13/14 years and Jack's diagnosis was around 3/5 and mine about 8/9 we are all autistic and love the show Doctor Who! We touch how relevant they both are and can associate with each other. We talk about liking and doing the same things, and finding it hard to try new things, which links in with food textures too!
We talk about mannerisms of the Doctor and how he shows autistic traits. We talk about fashion as the character the Doctor mostly every incarnation wears the same clothes, possibly as mixture of items and clothes but not many, we discuss about this saying the Doctor is used to wearing the same, the 9th Doctor played by Christopher Ecclestone did wear the same his entire time as the doctor purple top and leather jacket. We think this relates to autism because some autistic people are used to wearing the same clothes and comforts them!
Jack gives us an update on his Netflix premier later this year and says he worked with an actor who has briefly been on Doctor Who!
A great discussion we doing about why we like the show and talk David Tennant and Catherine Tate coming back!
Great advise about autism from both Ellie and Jack!
Ellie: Being positive is important!
Jack: I am proving people wrong and showing the world what I can do!
and they share their quotes they relate which are common catchphrases...
Jack: Allonsy! - Let's Go!
Ellie: Geronimo! - Expressing Exhilaration!
Thank you again Ellie and Jack it has been fantastic!
The Creation of Characters - With Ross & Ryanne On the first weekend of the season we are joined with Ross and Ryanne who are both Autistic. Ross last appeared on the podcast earlier this year in the Autism awareness month series, and Ryanne last appeared last year in series 5. It's great to have them both back!
We talk about the creation of characters They both create their own characters which they act out on tiktok, and express how fun it is and also creating their own posters. Ross and Ryanne talk about how it's hard write saying it's part of their Autism.
A great conversation in today's episode, Ross says he relates to the 10th doctor and Ryanne the the 9th Doctor!
Thank you again for a awesome conversation!
EPISODE 306 - Candid conversation about Cerebral Palsy, Ableism, Queerness and Disability w/ James Geiger Episode Notes
On episode 306, I sit down with long-time listener and fan of the show, James Geiger.  He shares with us his experiences of living with Cerebral Palsy and a speech impediment, and he highlights some examples of ableism that he experiences as a result.  We also talk about queerness & disability and how ableism plays a role for him there as well + a whole lot more.   Enjoy! 
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98. Chaos Happens. It is Part of the Journey for Most of Us. Why it is important that we embrace the chaos along this journey? There are going to be times that are unpredictable and full of uncertainty, there just are. When we accept that this is our life and we are navigating it the best we know how with what we know at the moment, it becomes way easier to live in it. There are things that we must let go of in order for this to happen.
You cannot control how your child acts or reacts and you can't control the meltdowns, but what you can control is you. You can control how you show up in any situation and the way you decide to show up can make the situation either better or worse.
When you choose to just embrace and accept your life as it is and move forward without worrying about judgment from others, you will ultimately find yourself happier and more at peace with your life.
The chaos will change as your child grows. There is often verbal stimming, you know those noises that go on and on and on, or pacing back and forth, back and forth, or what about a meltdown in the grocery store, or biting or hitting another child in school and some of our children may even become violent and destructive.
So many of our children’s behavioral challenges are escalated by the way we are interacting with them which is why learning to manage your own mind and realizing that you are in control of YOU matters.
For many of our children, mine included, their thinking is very rigid and inflexible, very black and white, and definitely no gray area. When things don’t go as they expect, they panic and go into a meltdown. Their ability to control their emotions is just not developed and they don’t have the ability to manage them.
You cannot predict the future. Uncertainty about how things will go in any situation is usually an unknown for us, right?
There are things that you can do to help your child if there is a possibility of chaos and I share strategies you can use in this episode.
You don’t know what real strength you have unless you are put in a situation that forces you to bring it out. Raising a child or children with autism will show you the depth of your strength.
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Episode 90. The Many Negative Impacts of Yelling
Episode 89. Calming Down Big Emotions
EPISODE 306 - Candid conversation about Cerebral Palsy, Ableism, Queerness and Disability w/ James Geiger Episode Notes
On episode 306, I sit down with long-time listener and fan of the show, James Geiger.  He shares with us his experiences of living with Cerebral Palsy and a speech impediment, and he highlights some examples of ableism that he experiences as a result.  We also talk about queerness & disability and how ableism plays a role for him there as well + a whole lot more.   Enjoy! 
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Crises for Autistic Adults comes from things like not getting hired for a job. Getting rejected by someone you were dating. Maybe you got a notice that your support services were cancelled. Your pet needs to go to the Vet. Maybe you are facing the real threat of homelessness. Autistics face more crises for various reasons, and it adds more stress on top of our challenging lives. When people around you try to minimize the impact of those crises on you it worsens our situation. Becca and I will give more advice on what you can do to take care of yourself in those moments.

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Tuesday, August 2, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Thursday, August 2nd, 2022, for All SignsDate: August 2nd, 2022Movement of planets: The Moon is in Libra, and the Sun and Mercury are in Leo.Sun: 10 degrees Leo Trine Jupiter  Moon: 4 degrees Libra Opposition Jupiter  Mercury: 27 degrees Leo Opposition Saturn Venus: 18 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars and Uranus; Trine Neptune Mars: 19 degrees Taurus Square Saturn and Conjunction UranusJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Wednesday, August 3, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022 for All Signs·   Date: 3rd August 2022● Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo and the Moon is in LibraSun: 11 degrees Leo Trine Jupiter  Moon: 17 degrees Libra Square Venus and Trine Saturn  Mercury: 28 degrees Leo Venus: 19 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars and Uranus; Trine Neptune; Opposition PlutoMars: 19 degrees Taurus Square Saturn and Conjunction UranusJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 27 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thursday, August 4, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Thursday, August 4th, 2022 for All SignsDate: 4th August 2022● Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo and the Moon transits from Libra and into Scorpio.Sun: 12 degrees Leo Trine Jupiter and Square Uranus Moon: 0 degrees Scorpio Sextile Mercury and Square PlutoMercury: 0 degrees Scorpio Venus: 21 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars and Uranus; Trine Neptune; Opposition PlutoMars: 20 degrees Taurus Square Saturn; Conjunction Uranus and Trine PlutoJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 26 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Friday, August 5, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Friday, August 5th, 2022, for All SignsDate: August 5th, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and the Moon is in Scorpio in its First Quarter phase.Sun: 13 degrees Leo Square the Moon and Uranus; Trine Jupiter Moon: 14 degrees Scorpio Opposition Mars and UranusMercury: 2 degrees Scorpio  Venus: 22 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars; Trine Neptune; Opposition PlutoMars: 20 degrees Taurus Square Saturn; Conjunction Uranus; Trine PlutoJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 26 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Saturday, August 6, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Saturday, August 6th, 2022, for All SignsDate: August 6th, 2022Movement of planets: The Sun is in Leo, and the Moon is in Scorpio. Mercury is in Virgo.Sun: 14 degrees Leo Trine Jupiter Moon: 27 degrees Scorpio Square Mercury and Saturn; Trine Venus and Neptune; Sextile PlutoMercury: 3 degrees Virgo  Venus: 23 degrees Cancer Sextile Mars; Trine Neptune; Opposition PlutoMars: 21 degrees Taurus Square Saturn; Conjunction Uranus; Sextile Neptune; Trine PlutoJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 26 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 18-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 18-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Sunday, August 7, 2022 Cancer Horoscope Today Astrological Notes for Sunday, August 7th, 2022, for All SignsDate: August 7th, 2022Movement of planets: The Moon is in Sagittarius, Mercury is in Virgo, and the Sun is in Leo.Sun: 15 degrees Leo Trine the Moon and Jupiter; Opposition Saturn; Square UranusMoon: 11 degrees Sagittarius Trine JupiterMercury: 5 degrees Virgo  Venus: 24 degrees Cancer Trine Neptune and Opposition PlutoMars: 22 degrees Taurus Square Saturn; Conjunction Uranus; Sextile Neptune; Trine PlutoJupiter: 8 degrees Aries Saturn: 22 degrees Aquarius Retrograde Square UranusUranus: 18 degrees Taurus  Neptune: 25 degrees Pisces Retrograde Sextile Pluto Pluto: 26 degrees Capricorn RetrogradeSouth Node: 17-degrees Scorpio Retrograde North Node: 17-degrees Taurus Retrograde Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Black Women Rising - The Untold Cancer: S3 Ep 6 Radiotherapy For this episode, host Charlotte Crowl is joined by Naman Julka-Anderson, Senior Therapeutic Radiographer.
Naman is also the co-founder and host of the first therapeutic radiographer-led oncology podcast, ‘Radchat’.
Naman focuses on radiotherapy, the side effects, how it works, the difference between the skin tones and more.
After podcast notes:
Host & production - Charlotte Crowl
Guest @NamanJulka @rad__chat https://www.sor.org/getmedia/1579daa1-4f35-4f4d-86a6-902a3e2b0480/5056_-_sor_design_doc_a_patient_infosheet_-_skin_care_a5_leaflet_z-fold_printready.pdf
Mixed by @willlevison
Sponsored by @palmersuk
Introducing Grow Bold with Disability A podcast that brings you uplifting and insightful conversations around disability.
Growing Bold and Down Syndrome "It was like an epiphany. I thought, Oh my God." Madeline Stuart is the world's most famous supermodel with Down Syndrome. In this episode Pete and Tristram talk with her mum, Rosanne Stuart, about some of their struggles, Madeline's rise to fame and their plans for the future.
Growing Bold and Falling in Love "I knew I just had to spend more time with this girl." In this episode Pete and Tristram talk with Barney and Kada Miller about how a chance meeting at a bar lead to their beautiful love story, their plans for the future and what living a bold life means to them.
Growing Bold and Looking Different "I had to keep that really secret." Carly Findlay is a blogger, writer, speaker and appearance activist who lives with a skin condition called Ichthyosis. In this episode you’ll discover what it’s like growing up looking different, what some of her biggest challenges are as a result of her condition and about her amazing project" Growing Up Disabled in Australia".
Growing Bold while Parenting with a Disability "Medical professionals were quick to question my ability to parent." Eliza Hull is a mother with a physical disability. She is also a singer, songwriter and producer. In this episode Eliza talks about becoming a parent for the first time and the discrimination and ableist behaviour around parents with disabilities.
Growing Bold using Virtual Reality "In ten years, mate, I'll be walking." A cycling accident left Angus a C4 quadriplegic back in 2013. In this episode Angus talks to Pete and Tristram about alternative therapies, neuroscience and the use of Virtual Reality in his quest to walk one day.
Growing Bold and Autism "He wasn't hitting the regular milestones." Chloe Maxwell started her charity 4 ASD Kids to help other parents who had children with Autism access the same resources she did with her son Max. In this episode Pete and Tristram talk with Chloe about Max who has autism, his aspirations for the future and how sporting venues are becoming more inclusive for children like Max.
Growing Bold in a World of Domestic Violence "Why can't I be a social worker or a lawyer or a journo just because I'm missing some muscles." Karni Liddell is a paralympian, disability and diversity specialist, clinical social worker, and a member of the Queensland Premier's Domestic and Family Violence Implementation Council. In this episode Karni talks with Pete and Tristram about the disturbing statics facing the disability community when it comes to domestic and family violence and what needs to be done to solve this issue. She also talks about her frustrations with people with a disability being recognised as good at sport yet when it comes to employment there is a completely different attitude.
Growing Bold and Cystic Fibrosis "I'm just like, what the hell?" How a letter delivering a shock diagnosis for son, Lucas, rocked the world of former Big Brother favourite Reggie Bird.Reggie is mother to Mia and Luca. Lucas has Cystic Fibrosis. Reggie is also losing her vision. In this episode Pete and Tristram talk to Reggie about being a single mum, the financial cost of treatments for her son, her experience looking for work, what life has been like raising a child with Cystic Fibrosis and how she likes to live in the moment and make the most of life.
Grow Bolding and Sexual Relationships "I kind of fell into it." The conversations which led Northcott's Sexuality and relationship Education coordinator Alicia Melita ontot he path of helping people with disability achieve sexual satisifcation. Alicia supports people with a disability engage in sexual activities of their choosing. In this episode Pete, Tristram and Alicia discuss sex, dating and some of the hurdles facing people living with a disability when it comes to their sexuality. Alicia talks about the stigmas and barriers around a topic that has been seen as taboo for people with a disability. She is passionate about people having equal rights including the right to enjoy sexual relationships.
Growing Bold and Gender & Disability Discrimination "It is really hard to get a job for some of us even thought we are super qualified." Sue has been working in the area of social justice and human rights for over 20 years. Sue was named 2020 ACT Senior Australian of the Year. At the age of 45 a horse-riding accident saw Sue’s life change dramatically and she quickly discovered the inequality facing people with disabilities in Australia. In this episode Pete and Tristram talk with Sue about employment and adequate welfare support, the gender imbalance in Australian society and how she hopes to change the way in which society relates to disability in general.
Growing Bold with Multiple Sclerosis Tim Ferguson was 19 when the first symptoms of MS starting presenting themselves. "My eyes went crossed and I looked a bit like Barbara Streisand, except good looking." Tim is one of Australia’s most accomplished comedians and in this episode talks with Pete and Tristram about MS, some of the challenges he faces, how comedy helps change attitudes to disability and how life is for living.
Growing Bold and Changing Attitudes "If you can't walk, obviously you're not sexual."Jodi Rogers is a Sexologist, Counsellor, Special Education teacher and Relationship Expert on "Love on the Spectrum".In this episode Jodi talks about the attitudes and values that come with people who surround people with a disability and the barriers they can create. She also talks about the struggles that people with disabilities face when it comes to sexuality, education and stereotypes.
Growing Bold and Overcoming Adversity "There was a turning point in my life where I thought that, you know, there is no room for this kind of people. There is no room for hate. There is no room for discrimination. And I decided that I turned my back again to the past and face the past and basically work as hard as possible to fight for people, dignity and tolerance and acceptance." Professor Munjed Al Muderis talks about his escape from the Saddam Hussein regime in Iraq and how he has gone on to become a game changer in the world of orthopaedic medicine with his Osseointegration surgery -  a completely revolutionary technique or technology that  integrates the body with a robotic arm or leg.
Growing Bold and a Sporting Dream " A little Tweet changed everything for you.." Adam Hills is an Australian comedian, radio and TV presenter and was born without a right foot. He wears a prothesis and is a huge supporter of the South Sydney Rabbitohs. In this episode Pete and Tristram talk to Adam about "that Tweet", his Physical Disability Rugby League team, his new documentary "The Last Leg" and his dream to one day play for his beloved Rabbitohs.
Growing Bold and The Carer Relationship "Tris accidentally drives over the guy's ankle." Co-host Tristram Peters and his carer Dan talk with Pete about the Carer Relationship and share some of their funniest stories.
Growing Bold and Friendships through Motherhood “I just was sad. I was sad for my girls having to suffer.” Find out exactly how best friends Kate and Mandy of Too Peas in a Podcast came to host a hugely successful podcast and why people love to listen to them.In this episode we’ll hear how these two mothers from Victoria came together to find a voice in the silent world of parenting multiples with disabilities and additional needs. And in doing so they have started their very own revolution. Kate Jones and Mandy Hose are hosts of the hugely successful Too Peas in a Podcast and very little is off limits as these two women chat in a raw and honest way sharing their truths with their audience, outside of the twin world, outside of the disability world, outside of additional needs.
Growing Bold and Disability in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities In this episode we’ll attempt to get to the bottom of why Aboriginal people experience disability at a greater rate than non-indigenous Australians and what could be done to help Australia’s first people with disability.
Growing Bold and Technology Growing Bold and Technology
Growing Bold and Employment Nastasia Campanella, who has been blind since she was 6 months old, is a successful journalist and broadcaster whose voice you may recognise from Triple J for the last 7 years. Nas talks about some of the obstacles she faced throughout her career and how she came to be a Disability Affairs reporter for the ABC.
Grow Bold and Entrepreneurship Jessie Sadler founded the Christina Stephens adaptive clothing label after her mum had a fall some years back and damaged her elbows. After researching the fashion available in the market for style conscious women with short or long-term physical challenges, she realised there was a social and business opportunity in front of her. Jessie wants to give women living with disabilities a choice. She wants to bring inclusive and adaptive clothing to the mainstream. You can listen to her story as she talks to Pete and Tristram about her fashion label and her plans for the future in the adaptive clothing industry.
Growing Bold within the CALD Community In this episode, Isabel Osuna-Gatty talks about culturally and linguistically diverse communities, how they view disability and how their approach to community is so different.
Growing Bold and Sexuality Andrew Gurza is a disability awareness consultant and crippled content creator and has cerebral palsy. In his work, he seeks to explore how the lived experience of disability feels, as it interplays with intersectional communities. In this episode, we'll discover what it's like to be, as Andrew calls himself, a queer cripple and how he's attempting to change our homo normative and beautiful body culture.
Growing Bold and your Mental Wellbeing Patrice O Brien from Beyond Blue and Paralympian Danni Di Torro talk with Pete and Tristram about mental wellbeing, how and when to ask for help and exploring being OK with making mistakes.
Growing Bold and caring for a sibling with a disability In this episode, our guest is Aussie swimming legend, world record holder and Olympic gold medal winner Cate Campbell.Cate’s brother Hamish has severe cerebral palsy and requires around the clock care. We speak to Cate about what it's like growing up with a sibling who has a disability. And we find out what influence Hamish has had on Cate's career.
Growing Bold and Inclusive Employment In this episode we discover how Bus Stop Films came about and what changes it made to the lives of people living with disability by helping them live their best life in the entertainment industry.
Growing Bold with Disability and the Aboriginal Community Kevin Richard Coombs, OAM is an Australian wheelchair basketballer and athlete who competed at 5 Paralympics including the first Paralympic Games in 1960. He was the first Australian Aboriginal Paralympic competitor for Australia. Kevin is a Wotjobaluk Elder and our guest today on Grow Bold with Disability.
Growing Bold with Courage to Face Your Fears This episode of Grow Bold with Disability is Growing Bold in the face of adversity and having the courage to face your fears. Our guest is Queensland’s first quadriplegic doctor, Doctor Dinesh Palipana (OAM). Dr Dinesh Palipana, is founder of Doctors with Disabilities Australia and has been named as Queensland’s 2021 Australian of Year. In this episode we will discover just how Dinesh became a quadriplegic, the effect it had on his family, why he fled back to his native country Sri Lanka, and what drove him to come back and finish his medical degree and become a doctor.
Growing Bold with Autism Spectrum Disorder This episode of Grow Bold with Disability is Growing Bold and Autism Spectrum Disorder, otherwise known as ASD. Our guest is 19 year old Chelseann Osborne, who last year represented Australia in sailing at the Special Olympics World Games, where she won the gold medal. And her dad, Pete Osborne, also joins us. He also appears alongside Chelseann in Feros Care’s Season Two in the Fearless Films series.
Growing Bold and Managing Chronic Pain In this episode of Grow Bold with Disability we talk about pain management and our guest is Australian comedian, podcaster, writer, and television presenter Wil Anderson. Wil talks about about how he manages his chronic pain holistically, the role medical marijuana plays in his pain management plan and his goal of building a better, more inclusive future.
Growing Bold and changing social attitudes Our guest is Lisa Cox, an award winning media professional, author, public speaker and amputee. We talk with Lisa to find out how she lost her leg, her toes and her fingertips. How society started treating her differently and what living with a disability meant for her relationships and her career.
Growing Bold and working to ensure equality and promote disability rights. As the Founder and Principal Lawyer of Equality Lawyers, Natalie is a leader in providing premium legal advice and representation to people with disabilities and their families. In 2016, Natalie was awarded Australian Young Lawyer of the Year and South Australian Young Lawyer of the Year in recognition of her work on law reform projects that advanced the rights of people with disabilities and commitment to diversity in the legal profession. Today we talk about her love of the law, accessible education and how we can all play a part in creating more inclusive communities.
Growing Bold with a love of music This episode of Grow Bold with Disability is ‘Growing Bold with a Love of Music’ and our guest is Australian singer songwriter Rachael Leahcar. Rachael came third in the very first season of The Voice Australia, has release three Top 10 ARIA charting albums and is also legally blind. In this episode we find out how Rachael discovered her love of music, the struggles she had to overcome as a blind person in a seeing world and how she made it to the top of her game.
Growing Bold as an amputee This episode of Grow Bold with Disability is growing bold as an amputee. And our guest is meningococcal survivor Mike Rolls. In this episode, we'll discover just how Mike contracted meningococcal, how he survived and how he came out the other side with a whole new perspective on life.
Growing Bold and dealing with bullying and exclusion This episode of Grow Bold with Disability is growing bold and dealing with bullying and exclusion. And our guest is Yarraka Bayles, an indigenous woman who last year posted a heart-breaking video of her 9-year-old son Quaden who lives with achondroplasia saying he wanted to take his own life after being bullied.
Growing Bold and fighting mental health stigma In this episode, we talk with Tim Daly and find out how he came across ‘This is My Brave’ Australia. We also learn why Tim is passionate about breaking the stigma of mental illness and what how sharing stories can be a catalyst for positive change.
Grow Bold and living with Tourette syndrome Today's episode of Grow Bold with Disability is Growing Bold living with Tourette Syndrome. Our guests are the president of Tourette's Syndrome Association of Australia and mother of three kids with Tourette’s, Mandy Maisy and her eldest son, and Tourette’s Awareness Ambassador, Connor. In this episode, we'll find out just what is Tourette Syndrome, how it affects those with it and what we as a society can do to help understand those with Tourette's. And there is a language warning on this episode. There is a fair bit of swearing.
Q&A Series: Debunking the statement that people with disability don't make good employees Jo Lynam, Karene Gravener and Erica Hahn join Pete to share their wisdom, ideas and experiences caring for, living with and employing people with disability in a robust discussion around the value of people with disability as employees.
Growing Bold and Visibility in employment In this episode we talk with Charles Brice about the accident that caused him to change his career from a commercial airline pilot to journalism, and what it was like to enter this competitive field as a person with disability.
Growing Bold by fostering diversity and inclusion Today’s episode of Grow Bold with Disability is ‘Growing Bold by fostering diversity and inclusion’ and our guest is Rachel Hosking, who is the co-owner of an amazing inclusive night club in Adelaide, South Australia called My Lover Cindy.
Growing Bold and Carers Growing Bold and Carers
Meet Your Heart Where It Is If you are currently struggling with the autism diagnosis of your child and their future, please take a breath and give yourself grace. It is okay not to be okay with your child being diagnosed with autism.Ironically, when I allowed myself to be okay with not being okay with my son’s diagnosis is when I found acceptance of the life I had. I was no longer TRYING to be okay or searching for a cure for my own aching heart.Learn how you can be where you are AND find more joy and peace on this autism parenting journey in this episode.Enjoy!Sign up to get news and updates from me: https://www.mothersguidethroughautism.com
S4 Ep15: Val: the Tissue Bank's 10th anniversary Professor Valerie Speirs is co-principal investigator of the Breast Cancer Now Tissue Bank. Val gives an overview of what the Tissue Bank is, as well as discussing how it's helped further breast cancer research over the last decade. 

We also hear from our research communications officer, Edd, who goes into detail on some projects linked to the Tissue Bank.

Find out more about the Breast Cancer Now Tissue Bank.

For information about breast cancer, visit our website at breastcancernow.org or phone our free Helpline on 0808 800 6000.
S4: Episode 22: Dawn Barclay, Author, Traveling Different Traveling with children is always challenging, but for parents of children with autism spectrum disorder and/or mood and attention and distraction disorders, it can be especially intimidating. How should parents of children experiencing meltdowns deal with clueless and judgmental onlookers? What are the best methods to alleviate motion sickness when your child might already be on a cocktail of drugs? Traveling Different: Vacation Strategies for Parents of the Anxious, the Inflexible, and the Neurodiverse answers these and many other questions parents may have when traveling with their children. Dawn M. Barclay presents travel strategies and anecdotes from Certified Autism Travel Professionals (TM), parents of special needs children, associations and advocates, and mental health professionals, broken down by mode of transportation and type of venue. The heart of the book outlines suggested itineraries for spectrum families and venues—such as museums—that cater to the unique special interests that are characteristic of individuals with autism. Barclay also discusses less common accommodations, such as dude ranches and houseboats, as well as vacations involving sports that readers might not immediately associate with ASD, such as diving, skiing, and golf. Find more information: www.dawnbarclayink.com     _________________ email:  inclusion@autismmastermind.co https://www.autismmastermind.co/ IG, FB, YouTube @autismmastermind  Please review, subscribe and share
S4: Episode 23: Communication for Education Communication for Education is a collaboration among the Autism and Communication Center at California Lutheran University, Reach Every Voice, and Autistically Inclined. Together, we aspire to empower individuals to choose and use alternative forms of communication to realize their educational and civic potential and to become meaningfully included in school and community settings. Just for our listeners:   https://www.communicationforeducation.com/podcast Thank you Julie and Lisa! _________________ Contact us -  email:  inclusion@autismmastermind.co https://www.autismmastermind.co/ IG, FB, YouTube @autismmastermind  Please review, subscribe and share on Apple Podcast, Amazon Podcast and Spotify
Amygdala-linked brain areas grow differently in autism The growth differences vary between autistic boys and girls and are most apparent among children with prominent social difficulties. The post Amygdala-linked brain areas grow differently in autism appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.
The final frontier: Autism geneticists take on the noncoding genome The vast stretches of DNA that don't code for proteins could fill key knowledge gaps about autism genetics. But making sense of it all won't be easy. The post The final frontier: Autism geneticists take on the noncoding genome appeared first on Spectrum | Autism Research News.
213:Unique, Different, And Cool By Jacob Velazquez Just because you have a diagnosis doesn’t mean you aren’t smart, talented, and capable of great things; it does mean you are unique, different, and cool! Those are the words of the amazing Jacob Velazquez, who I talked to today. This amazing 14-year old lives with PDDNOS (Pervasive Developmental Disorder Not Specified), which is a form of autism, but it does not bring him down because he performed on the 15th (2020) Season of America's Got Talent. While on the show, Simon Cowell stated, "You just have this amazing aura about you." I think that you’re going to inspire lots of people. Even though he had to withdraw from the show, Simon’s prediction was correct because he has appeared on shows such as Good Morning America, The View, and The Steve Harvey Show, and has been on the front of the Sun Sentinel newspaper. That is not all because the one and only pop star, Taylor Swift, endorsed his music by stating that the music he played was "beautiful." Let's welcome not only my youngest guest but his wisdom, which will be music to your ears.
https://jacobvelazquez.com/
I am The ONE! Viki Zarkin – cancer thriver, advocate and author. She was diagnosed with terminal cancer and refused to take that as the answer.
New Treatments for Childhood Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) * Overview of Acute Lymphocytic/Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children
* Current Standard of Care, including Chemotherapy & New Treatment Approaches
* Treatment of Recurrent ALL
* Targeted Treatment & Stem Cell Transplantation
* The Role of Clinical Trials in Childhood ALL
* Managing Treatment Side Effects
* Follow-Up Exams
* Social & Emotional Issues During & After ALL Treatment
* Late & Long-Term Effects of ALL Treatment in Children
* Key Questions to Ask the Doctor and Health Care Team in Making Treatment Decisions
* Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions, Follow-Up Appointments & Discussion of OpenNotes
* Questions for Our Panel of Experts
What is Trauma Informed Care? | With Jerrod Brown, PhD #96 This week we welcome Dr. Jerrod Brown back to the podcast to talk with us about Trauma Informed Care. Jerrod has been featured on multiple episodes of the podcast. We have talked about a variety of topics including executive functioning, screen time use, social cognition, and theory of mind.  Jerrod’s a professor, trainer, and private consultant with extensive experience working with individuals on the spectrum. As we all know, each person with autism is unique and might need additional support in some areas. Families and professional care teams alike should both consider historical traumas when caring for a child in order to help them reach their goals.  Download the podcast to learn more! 
Check out some of the awesome resources mentioned in this episode: 
Creating Collective Healing and Resilience with Jerrod Brown - Episode 31 of the We Rise podcast 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkK3PKt60Vo 
EP 69: An "ACES" Overview. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GFrchXogjvY 
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) and the Criminal Justice System with Dr. Jerrod Brown 
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/adverse-childhood-experiences-aces-and-the/id1532678240?i=1000560502434 
Below is a link to an article I recently published: 
Interview Considerations – Complex Trauma 
https://www.policechiefmagazine.org/interview-considerations-complex-trauma/?ref=9937077895167230546fd4935d074fdd 
Reach out to Jerrod Brown directly: 
jerrod01234brown@live.com
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IASLC Fellowship Grants With Grace Dy Fred Hirsch And Jarushka Naidoo On this episode of Lung Cancer Considered, three past IASLC Fellowship Grants winners share their own stories of how these grants helped propel their careers. Hosted by Dr. Narjust Florez, guests include:

Dr. Grace Dy is an associate professor of medicine at Department of Medicine at Jacobs School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at the University of Buffalo and a medical thoracic oncologist at Roswell Park Cancer Center. Dr. Dy received an IASLC fellowship grant in 2007.

Fred R. Hirsch, MD, PhD, is Executive Director at the Center for Thoracic Oncology in The Tisch Cancer Institute at Mount Sinai (TCI) and the Joe Lowe and Louis Price Professor of Medicine (Hematology and Medical Oncology) at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. He is also Associate Director of Biomarker Discovery for TCI and a previous CEO of the IASLC. Dr. Hirsch received an IASLC fellowship grant in 2001.

Dr. Jarushka Naidoo is a medical oncologist at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin, Ireland, and an assistant professor at John Hopkins. She is a clinical/translational investigator, specializing in immunotherapy for lung cancer, and immune-related toxicity. Dr. Naidoo received an LCFA/BMS/ILCF Young Investigator Grant in 2020.
WCLC 2022 Preview with Meeting Chairs Robert Pirker and Silvia Novello Today's podcast originates from the IASLC World Conference on Lung Cancer in Vienna. Hosts Dr. Stephen Liu and Dr. Narjust Florez interview IASLC WCLC 2022 Honorary Chair Dr. Robert Pirker and Chair Dr. Silvia Novello at the meeting. Dr. Pirker and Dr. Novello provide an overview of the meeting and give podcast listeners a glimpse of what to expect at the IASLC WCLC 2022.
Is parenting an autistic child easy? If you've ever struggled with parenting an autistic child, you're in the right place because my friend, I have been there. I am there. Is parenting an autistic child easy? And the short answer is: no. I'm not going to sugar coat that or tell you it's easy because it's not easy.Shownotes here: https://koriathome.com/is-parenting-an-autistic-child-easy/
Episode 34: Pain reduction tools - Somatic tracking Today we talk about somatic tracking as one of the core techniques on pain reduction.
Episode 35: Self-compassion in pain reduction You might wonder why we need to talk about self-compassion in pain reduction in fibromyalgia. What does it have to do with alleviating physical pain? Well, it turns out, a lot. Self-compassion is a way of soothing the over-agitated nervous system, that is amplifying our pain sensation on constant basis. We may not be directly to the part of our nervous system that amplifies the pain. WHen we practice self-compassion, we are addressing our suffering, whatever is the circumstance, and that soothes the nervous system as a whole - including parts that cause or amplify the pain.
enjoy, leave me a review or comment, appreciate hearing from you :-)
Martina
www.winningatfibromyalgia.com
Madelaine Atkins - FINER Clinical Trial & Her Decision to Participate Madelaine Atkins was 50 when she was first diagnosed with breast cancer, in 2008, after finding a small lump in her right breast. Despite receiving chemotherapy, radiation and having surgery to remove her right breast, unfortunately in 2011 Madelaine was diagnosed with Advanced Breast Cancer in her shoulder, neck, and lymph nodes. After discussing further treatment options with her oncologist, Madelaine decided to participate in the FINER clinical trial. We spoke with Madelaine about her diagnoses, her decision to participate in the FINER clinical trial, and advice to other women who have received a diagnosis.
Being an Autistic Parent Being a parent of an autistic child is often commonly talked about, but being a parent who is autistic is less commonly discussed. This episode aims to shed light on the realities of parenting when you have a diagnosis of autism and offer signposting to support for those who may also find themselves in the same position.
Our Guests in This Episode:
· Chris Lever - a parent and IT consultant for auticon
· G Sabini Roberts - LGBTQ+ Trainer, Activist & Entrepreneur who is a parent to four children
· Megan Tanner - a parenting and communication consultant, foster carer and charity founder
Episode 44: Hope for your struggling communicator - Dawnmarie Gaivin Hope for your struggling communicator - Dawnmarie Gaivin Founder of Transcending Apraxia and Co-Founder Empowered2
#202 What is Your Energy Creating in Your Life When you think of creating or attracting good things in life, one of the first steps to living the reality you want is to notice the reality you’re creating now.  The stories we tell ourselves often feel true and unchangeable.   Especially when you get caught up in all the things without taking time to examine your role in the life you’re living.  I recently came across a quote by Einstein that got me thinking about the reality of what our energy attracts to our lives.  I’m not referring to drawing cancer to yourself, but the life you live while you’re managing or recovering from cancer.  In this episode, I’ll share some important steps you need to take when you’re figuring out how to create the life you want to live.  Referred to in this episode:  Better Than Before Breast Cancer Life Coaching Membership  Super Soul Sunday- The Curiosity-Driven Life
21. Talking About Disability in Schools with Dr. Christa Bialka Dr. Christa Bialka Bio
In this episode, Diana Pastora Carson and Dr. Christa Bialka discuss what research tells us about how we do or do not discuss disability in our classrooms, as well as what holds teachers back from having conversations about disability in schools. She implores us to begin talking about disability because "when you don't talk about disability, you're ignoring somebody's experience, and the barriers that they might encounter." But she says that when we talk about disability, it should be in the context of how it shows up in our society. For example, we should be talking about disability history and culture, and framing disability as a social identity.

Links Mentioned

Sitting Pretty: The View from My Ordinary Resilient Disabled Body: https://rebekahtaussig.com/portfolio/sitting-pretty/
Imani Barbarin: https://crutchesandspice.com/
Dr. Mara Sapon-Shevin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5XdFt58gA4
Disability Equality Education: https://www.disabilityequalityeducation.org/resources
Also, here’s another incredible, very user-friendly resource that we forgot to mention: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/646508/demystifying-disability-by-emily-ladau/
Diana's Guidelines for Screening Classroom Books


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Beyond Awareness: Bringing Disability into Diversity in K-12 Schools & Communities - Diana's Book
Ed Roberts: Champion of Disability Rights - Diana's Children's Book
"Beyond Awareness" Digital Course
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Credits and Image Description
Intro and outro music courtesy of Emmanuel Castro.
Podcast cover photo by Rachel Schlesinger Photography.
Podcast cover image description: Black and white photograph of Diana, a Spanish-American woman with long, wavy, brown hair. She is wearing a flowy, white blouse and smiles at camera as she leans against wooden building. Photo is colorfully framed with gold and orange rays of seeming sunshine on top half, and with solid sage green color on bottom half. Text reads "Beyond Awareness: Disability Awareness That Matters, Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed."
New Treatments for Childhood Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) * Overview of Acute Lymphocytic/Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in Children
* Current Standard of Care, including Chemotherapy & New Treatment Approaches
* Treatment of Recurrent ALL
* Targeted Treatment & Stem Cell Transplantation
* The Role of Clinical Trials in Childhood ALL
* Managing Treatment Side Effects
* Follow-Up Exams
* Social & Emotional Issues During & After ALL Treatment
* Late & Long-Term Effects of ALL Treatment in Children
* Key Questions to Ask the Doctor and Health Care Team in Making Treatment Decisions
* Guidelines to Prepare for Telehealth/Telemedicine Appointments, including Technology, Prepared List of Questions, Follow-Up Appointments & Discussion of OpenNotes
* Questions for Our Panel of Experts
Judy Fitzgerald - A Warrior in Pink: The Christy Adams Show https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NYJOXgZOBs&t=1047s Support the show
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