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How do we prepare for and navigate adulthood? What are the resources out there that can help me? How can we all work together to promote the success of autistic people in the workplace, community, and at school?

Welcome to the Autism Grown Up Podcast where we will answer ALL of these questions and so much more! Week after week, hosts Rory Regan and Dr. Tara Regan - father and daughter from an autism family - discuss experiences, interviews, and strategies.

The Autism Grown Up Podcast is an ex… Continue Reading >>
How do we prepare for and navigate adulthood? What are the resources out there that can help me? How can we all work together to promote the success of autistic people in the workplace, community, and at school?

Welcome to the Autism Grown Up Podcast where we will answer ALL of these questions and so much more! Week after week, hosts Rory Regan and Dr. Tara Regan - father and daughter from an autism family - discuss experiences, interviews, and strategies.

The Autism Grown Up Podcast is an extension of the Autism Grown Up Resource Center for autistic adults, families, and professionals. << Show Less
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101. Personal Care Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Personal Care Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Personal Care Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on what personal care looks like as well as building supports starting with the individual. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource and can share this at home and in their work.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
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101. Personal Care Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Personal Care Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Personal Care Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on what personal care looks like as well as building supports starting with the individual. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource and can share this at home and in their work.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
100. Transition Planning Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Transition Planning Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Transition Planning Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on what transition planning can look like as well as building high-quality transition plans. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource and can share this at home and in their work.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
99. Guardianship + Alternatives Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Guardianship + Alternatives Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Guardianship + Alternatives Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on what guardianship can look like as well as supporting its less restrictive alternatives. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource and can share this at home and in their work.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
98. Adult Services Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Adult Services Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Adult Services Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on the beginning and early stages of applying for adult and community-based services. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource and can share this at home and in their work.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
97. Voting Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Voting Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Voting Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on voter education at any age and how to promote voting as a self-advocacy skill. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource and can share this at home and in their work.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
96. Research Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Research Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Research Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on the types of research we often rely on as well as discussing some of the ways we can find trusted resources. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource on framing friendships and supporting them, as well as, how to be a better friend to someone on the autism spectrum.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
95. Getting a Job Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Getting a Job Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Getting a Job Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on the realities of getting a job today as well as discussing some of the specific needs autistic people have related to this topic. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource on framing friendships and supporting them, as well as, how to be a better friend to someone on the autism spectrum.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
94. Support Network Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Support Network Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Support Network Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on relationships as well as discussing some of the specific needs autistic people have related to this topic. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource on framing friendships and supporting them, as well as, how to be a better friend to someone on the autism spectrum.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
93. Relationships Toolkit (from the Lifespan Toolbox) The Relationships Toolkit is one of the many resources within the growing collection of resources in the AGU Lifespan Toolbox. Each week, we'll be sharing the audio from each toolkit so you can also listen in and learn more about these important topics.
In this Relationships Toolkit, we’ll be focusing on relationships as well as discussing some of the specific needs autistic people have related to this topic. Each individual is in a different place and may benefit from learning about ideas and ways to support or seek support. Professionals, family members, and community members can gain a lot of insight from this resource on framing friendships and supporting them, as well as, how to be a better friend to someone on the autism spectrum.
ABOUT THE LIFESPAN TOOLBOX:
The Lifespan Toolbox is a free online resource for the autism community. The Toolbox consists of toolkits for each topic area important to the lifespan, particularly preparing for and navigating adulthood. This information is applicable for those who have a younger child on the autism spectrum, teens, and adults. In our experience, it’s never too early to be thinking about adulthood.
AUTISM GROWN UP SHOWNOTES: https://www.autismgrownup.com/podcast
AUTISM GROWN UP DONATIONS: https://www.autismgrownup.com/donate
LIFESPAN TOOLBOX: https://www.autismgrownup.com/toolbox
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