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Our goal is to help Autistics show people that just because they are a little different doesn't mean they don't have dreams and goals like everyone else. Plus, we want to make Autistics feel like they have a place where they can be heard. We also want to give them a place where they can shine and help others by sharing their thoughts, feelings and talents. We want to help families as well. So they know that there are other families out there going through the same things. Sometimes we just feel… Continue Reading >>
Our goal is to help Autistics show people that just because they are a little different doesn't mean they don't have dreams and goals like everyone else. Plus, we want to make Autistics feel like they have a place where they can be heard. We also want to give them a place where they can shine and help others by sharing their thoughts, feelings and talents. We want to help families as well. So they know that there are other families out there going through the same things. Sometimes we just feel like we are the only ones going through this. Our goal is to give tips, love, support, friendship, help, etc. to all. << Show Less
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Season 3 – Episode 20 – Tyla This week we talk with Tyla, an autistic blogger and YouTuber from the U.K. She tells us about her job, everyday life, and gives some advice to fellow autistics.



Please rate, review and subscribe to our podcast anywhere you get your podcasts from – iTunes, Google Play, etc.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.







Transcript of Season 3 Episode 20 &#8211; Tyla:



Marci: Hey everyone. Welcome back to another episode. Today we have Tyla with us. Tyla, why don&#8217;t you introduce yourself?



Tyla: Hi, I&#8217;m Tyla. I&#8217;m 22, from the UK. And I am an awesome activist.The post Season 3 – Episode 20 – Tyla first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
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Season 3 – Episode 20 – Tyla This week we talk with Tyla, an autistic blogger and YouTuber from the U.K. She tells us about her job, everyday life, and gives some advice to fellow autistics.



Please rate, review and subscribe to our podcast anywhere you get your podcasts from – iTunes, Google Play, etc.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.







Transcript of Season 3 Episode 20 &#8211; Tyla:



Marci: Hey everyone. Welcome back to another episode. Today we have Tyla with us. Tyla, why don&#8217;t you introduce yourself?



Tyla: Hi, I&#8217;m Tyla. I&#8217;m 22, from the UK. And I am an awesome activist.The post Season 3 – Episode 20 – Tyla first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
Season 3 – Episode 19 – Susan Scott – My Autism Tribe First we talk about epilepsy and how it ties in with autism.



Then we have the pleasure of talking with Susan Scott, the host of My Autism Tribe podcast. She tells us a little about her son who is on the spectrum and all about her autism podcast. You can find her podcast at their website: MyAutismTribe.com or anywhere you find your podcasts.



Please rate, review and subscribe to our podcast anywhere you get your podcasts from – iTunes, Google Play, etc.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.



We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.The post Season 3 – Episode 19 – Susan Scott – My Autism Tribe first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
Season 3 – Episode 18 – Justin Meade This week we talk with Justin Meade, a police officer who also trains his local community on autism awareness and acceptance. You can find the Facebook page here: AATAP4all. Please check them out if you are in the area and support them in all they do.



Please rate, review and subscribe to our podcast anywhere you get your podcasts from – iTunes, Google Play, etc.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.



We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.The post Season 3 – Episode 18 – Justin Meade first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
Season 3 – Episode 17 – Nicole This week we talk with Nicole about her autistic son Brandon. He is only 8 years old and draws constantly. Take a look at some of his artwork.







And here is some Christmas themed drawings:











Nicole&#8217;s son has been drawing almost his whole life. He is amazing, as you can see, and we&#8217;re happy to feature his artwork on our website.



Please rate, review and subscribe to our podcast anywhere you get your podcasts from – iTunes, Google Play, etc.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.



We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.







Transcript for Season 3 Episode 17 &#8211; Nicole:



Marci: Welcome everybody to This Podcast Has Autism. I hope you enjoy the show.



Bran: Hey everybody. Today we have Nicole with us. She&#8217;s going to be speaking with us. I&#8217;m going to turn the time over to her to introduce herself.



Nicole: Hi everybody my name is Nicole. I&#8217;m at autism mom of Brandon Lee, also known as Bash Lee. We&#8217;ve been in recovery mode since Brandon was about 2. In the process of that his artistic abilities have really blossomed and we have some information to share that I think will be helpful to other families that are looking for answers or looking for options and really trying to understand what capabilities kids with autism have. So we&#8217;re here today with our wonderful hosts and we&#8217;re glad to be here.



Bran: Thanks for that wonderful intro. How old was your son when he was diagnosed with autism?



Nicole: We noticed, I think, signs that he was not hitting his milestones when he was about 9 months old. I would definitely describe it to other mothers who are considering what&#8217;s going on in their households. That was my freakout moment because he wasn&#8217;t answering his name. The symptoms showed up a lot earlier than we actually got a diagnosis. We didn&#8217;t actually get a diagnosis the first time we wanted to understand what was going on, we didn&#8217;t get one. He was not diagnosed, as a matter of fact, we went to a developmental psychologist. It was considered to be like a specialist or expert in our area. We live in Oklahoma. And we actually sought out a child development center, a private child development center in Texas called the Johnson&#8217;s Center and that&#8217;s where we actually got our diagnosis. And he was pushing up on about 3 years old at that point.



Bran: Does life make more sense now that he has a diagnosis?



Nicole: No, not necessarily, because like I said I recognized something was going on with him, ya know, within that first week, I think. The first week of his birth because he passed out and stopped breathing and he was having trouble latching and I think it&#8217;s all been kind of tied to each other. I came out of the birthing experience with some concerns about his developmental capabilities from that point on.



I&#8217;ve always just had questions since then.



Bran: Does he need to stick to a routine?



Nicole: I think through the process of engaging certain holistics and everything we have kind of broken him from that need. There are still some things that represent a routine but for the most part life is going to throw you a curve ball at any time. I think we all know that. So we&#8217;ve always worked to try to get him to be able to be flexible. So not necessarily. There are some things he can be a sticker on but there are other things that, you know, we&#8217;re able to introduce change and he&#8217;s okay with it.



Bran: How old was he when he started drawing?



Nicole: We got an iPad for Christmas from my nephew. I think right at his first birthday. I didn&#8217;t pull it out because I didn&#8217;t really know how to use an iPad. It was actually
Season 3 – Episode 16 – Victoria This week we talk with Victoria. She is an autistic adult who received her diagnosis later in her life and she&#8217;s employed.



Please rate, review and subscribe to our podcast anywhere you get your podcasts from – iTunes, Google Play, etc.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.



We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.The post Season 3 – Episode 16 – Victoria first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
Season 3 – Episode 15 – Marci Harwood This week Bran interviews Marci Harwood about her autistic son and autistic husband.



Please rate, review and subscribe to our podcast anywhere you get your podcasts from &#8211; iTunes, Google Play, etc.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.



We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.The post Season 3 – Episode 15 – Marci Harwood first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
Season 3 – Episode 14 – Joseph Irvin This week we talk with Joseph Irvin about being autistic and raising a daughter on the spectrum.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.



We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.The post Season 3 – Episode 14 – Joseph Irvin first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
Season 3 – Episode 13 – Alexandrea Grover Alexandrea Grover talks about the sensory play gym she will be building in St. George, Utah area.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.



We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.The post Season 3 – Episode 13 – Alexandrea Grover first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
Season 3 – Episode 12 – Kate Taylor First we talk about Fragile X Syndrome.



Then we hear from Kate Taylor, a blogger on medium.com at The Observer&#8217;s Outpost. She discusses the unemployment rate among autistics and what we should do about it.



Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as 5 dollars a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.



We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.The post Season 3 – Episode 12 – Kate Taylor first appeared on This Podcast Has Autism.
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