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Taking Authority Over Autism

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Sheletta Brundidge has three children on the spectrum but that's not the only reason why she's known as The Autism Mom. Sheletta is an advocate for parents who have children with special needs and uses her family's autism journey to offer hope to others at SHElettaMakesMeLaugh.com. Continue Reading >>
Sheletta Brundidge has three children on the spectrum but that's not the only reason why she's known as The Autism Mom. Sheletta is an advocate for parents who have children with special needs and uses her family's autism journey to offer hope to others at SHElettaMakesMeLaugh.com. << Show Less
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Finding the money for your kiddo... Sheletta didn't realize for three years that her son Daniel qualified for a disability waiver that paid for everything from a PCA to safety equipment for her home. She talks to her friends from Accra Home Care about how to manage the system to get the support you need for your special needs child.
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Finding the money for your kiddo... Sheletta didn't realize for three years that her son Daniel qualified for a disability waiver that paid for everything from a PCA to safety equipment for her home. She talks to her friends from Accra Home Care about how to manage the system to get the support you need for your special needs child.
The Autism Artist... Sheletta chats with Harrison Heinks, an award winning artist who is hosting a new exhibit to showcase his work. He also has autism.
Gettin’ it in with Guy... KARE 11 meteorologist Guy Brown joins Sheletta to talk about his new book and how he created a companion workbook especially geared toward unique learners like her autistic children.
The Book of Brandon... When Sheletta found out that a pastor preached a sermon about her son Brandon's autism children's book, she invited the minister who delivered the message, Rev. Charles E Goodman, Jr. from Tabernacle Church in Georgia to join her show...
NASCAR driver helps create autism acceptance Sheletta thanks NASCAR driver Brandon Brown for not only putting the cover of her latest book on his car, but also for the kindness he's shown toward her autistic son Brandon.
Xfinity Home Security keeps kids safe... Sheletta talks about how Xfinity's Home Security system has kept her kids with autism who wander safe with upgraded key locks and door chirps.
You mad Bro? Sheletta tells her producer about all the people who are surprisingly angry that the #LetsGoBrandon flag inspired her son Brandon and are taking out their frustrations by leaving vile comments in the reviewer section on Amazon where his best-selling children's book is being sold.
Kate Swenson keeps it real... Amazing autism mom and best selling author Kate Swenson joins Sheletta's show and keeps it real about the struggles and the successes of being the parent of a child with special needs.
Helping autistic teens... Sheletta chats with Tanya Herbst from The Christopher Center in Minnesota. Tanya has a new program to help autistic teenagers learn how to socialize with one another.
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