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The Atypical Parenting podcast is a resource for parents and caregivers of individuals with autism. Hosted by psychiatric nurse practitioner and mother of an adult autistic son, Dawn Tree, the podcast offers information, support, and encouragement for those caring for loved ones on the autistic spectrum. Tune in to learn and laugh along with Dawn as she explores relevant topics through discussion and expert interviews.
Welcome to the Atypical Parenting podcast, a resource for parents and caregivers of individuals with autism. Hosted by psychiatric nurse practitioner and mother of an adult autistic son, Dawn Tree, the podcast offers information, support, and encouragement for those caring for loved ones on the autistic spectrum. Tune in to learn and laugh along with Dawn as she shares her experiences and expertise on the topic through interviews with experts and personal anecdotes.
Ever wonder what your typical child is thinking or feeling as you try to juggle everyone’s needs? Shawna Kerr looks back on her upbringing as the sibling to an autistic brother, and offers insight with constructive solutions to help all your children thrive.
Adulting on the spectrum is no easy task. Join me as I talk with Jen Alumbaugh, MS, the founder of Expansive Mindset Coaching where she helps neurodivergent people identify their strengths and life goals. On this episode, we discuss why so many autistic people struggle to find sustainable employment, along with practical accommodations that can help. Jen shares some of her own journey as well as offers alternatives to traditional jobs and why that is important.
Autism diagnosis can bring clarity and appropriate resources. Unfortunately there are many things that can interfere with finding a clinician who understands Autism spectrum disorders. Join us as we discuss the challenges in finding an appropriate diagnosis and why that diagnosis is vitally important.
If you've been feeling isolated and alone in your parenting journey, this week's episode will bring you hope. Join Dawn Tree as she discusses the issues of social isolation in parenting someone on the spectrum. She shares why she started the podcast, who she is, and where she is now on her own parenting journey. Atypical parenting is a place where new friends are made, and support is found. What questions or suggestions do you have for Dawn? Please comment on the community support Instagram page @Atypical_Parenting.
If you're feeling isolated and alone as the parent of a child on the spectrum, hang out with me today as I talk (and laugh) with my friend Debi Marrinucci. Debi is a school counselor, working in the elementary school setting, and she is also the mother to an adult autistic son. Join us as we share stories about our 40+year friendship and discuss what it takes to maintain lasting, loving friendships.
As parents and caregivers, opportunities to teach your children social skills are everywhere. In this episode, Dawn talks about ways to support your child's social development with fun and playful interactions that incorporate learning into everyday life.
Older teens and adults with autism often have a hard time finding their place socially. As the parent of an adult, it's difficult to know how much help is actually helpful, especially when you're watching them struggle with isolation and loneliness. In this episode, which is part 3 of a series on friendship in autism, Dawn discusses five concrete strategies that we as parents / caregivers can use to encourage them to find their community.
What is self-accommodation and why is it important in Autism? Join me as I talk with J.R. Reed, autism advocate, blogger and podcast host, as we discuss the idea of figuring out how to live well as an autistic person in a world designed to be overstimulating. Also learn more about J.R.'s latest project, My Autistic Kitchen, his new autism friendly food blog.
Caring for another human being day in and day out is no small feat. Caregivers are often left isolated, overwhelmed, and exhausted. Without adequate self-care, burnout is all but inevitable. On this episode Dawn discusses why we get burned out, how to know if you're experiencing burnout and what we can do to remedy it.
Concrete thought patterns are a hallmark symptom of autism, which often leads to literal interpretation of everyday situations. Given this tendency, concrete thinkers flourish with clear and consistent boundaries and / or expectations. As parents and caregivers, we often forget to look at the big picture. Learn from psychologist and author, Dr. Larry Waldman, as he discusses behavioral psychology and how it applies to parenting kids on the spectrum.
Autistic burnout is a newly recognized syndrome that affects people with autism spectrum disorders. In this episode Dawn discusses why it occurs, how it presents and ultimately how to support your loved one through this difficult time.
If you are a caregiver who sometimes feels alone and unsupported with no one you can really lean on, this one's for you! Learn the key to this dilemma and explore strategies to manage the kind of emotions this scenario raises.
Author and advocate Jan Stewart, is on a mission to empower and inspire parents to persevere. Join Dawn as she talks to Jan about finding the moments of joy and light in the midst of struggle, thoughts about the future, and her new book, "Hold on Tight: A Parent's Journey Raising Children with Mental Illness". Jan Stewart – You are not alone – there is hope (janstewartauthor.com) Instagram @JanStewartAuthor Buy Jan's book here: Hold on Tight: A Parent’s Journey Raising Children with Mental Illness – Jan Stewart (janstewartauthor.com)
Ever wonder why we make the choices we make? Inherent bias is an unconscious process that influences our thoughts and decisions. Dawn discuss how this unwittingly affects us in our parenting role, and why that might be causing harm to our children. Check out Dawn’s INSTAGRAM @Atypical_Parenting
Anna Basinet is a junior at the Greenwich Country Day school who has started her own organization called Project Typical. The mission of Project Typical is to educate younger generations on neurodiversity and what it means to be considered “typical”. Please checkout @projecttypical on Instagram to see more about what Anna does. Show references: https://www.sociallearningcenter.org
What does loving unconditionally look like during times when things aren't going so well? What happens to that unconditional love when the person you love behaves in ways that violate your personal boundaries or deeply held values? These are the tough questions Dawn talks about today.
This week's interview is with Shea Belsky, autistic CTO of Mentra, the world's first neurodiversity hiring platform. Shea is wonderfully insightful and shares his personal thoughts on growing up with Autism and the strategies that have helped him succeed.
Today we talk with Sandra Cavanaugh, Creativity specialist who spent years in the acting world as an actor, director, playwrite and screenwriter. She is also the author of "Spontaneous Brilliance: Unleash the power of your Unique Creative Genius" and has taught CEOs and disabled people alike, how to tap into the creative power within each and every one of us. She is also the mother to 4 disabled adult children. Listen along as she shares both her personal story as well as her insight of how creativity abounds within all of us and how it can change lives! SHOW NOTES: Buy Sandra's book: https://www.amazon.com/Spontaneous-Brilliance-Unleash-Unique-Creative/dp/1088562310 Find more into about Sandra here: https://spontaneousbrilliance.com/ Instagram@Sandracavanaugh_
If you want to improve communication and have more satisfying and healthy interactions moving forward, this episode is for you! Dawn discusses the important differences in how neurotypical and autistic brains process social interactions and how it's causing chaos in our relationships. This episode is aimed at helping us, as family members and loved ones, understand how to be a supportive presence as a means of connecting in a healthy way.
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If you love fishing this is the show for you. Catfish Best Source features host and catfishing guide, Brad Durick. Brad chats with other catfish and fishing enthusiasts on a variety of topics surrounding fishing and catfishing. Catfish Best Source is a podcast of Grand Forks Best Source - Check out more GFBS shows at https://gfbestsource.com/shows/
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From the Neurodiverse Podcast Network comes the readings of famous orators such as Francis Bacon and other influential figures within philosophy and literature.
Hi my name is Aaron. For some reason I just cannot shut up and crave the need to host a podcast. My goal is to perfect my skills of not only hosting but editing and social media management. This also serves me as a diary and outlet for me to complain about my day to day.
Welcome to the P & C-Men podcast We like to talk about Movies such as Star Wars, Marvel and any other movies we’ve seen. We also have discussions about a huge range of topics.
This podcast features a series of conversations with people who bridge orchestral performance and theatre by reimagining how concerts are programmed and presented, how musicians perform, where performance can occur, and the role of the audience in the co-creation of the live event. This podcast is part of a research project funded by the British Academy. For more information, please visit the project blog: https://sites.exeter.ac.uk/orchestraltheatre Photo credit: Matt Belcher (Southbank Sinfonia)
We explore the advancements of modern technology as it relates to communication and operational efficiency in a wide range of industries, from corporate, to education, healthcare, and industry/manufacturing and more.
Chris, Jay and Kevin are longtime friends who met while students at SUNY Oswego. For the Throwing Bagels podcast, they’ll talk about sports relevant to upstate and/or downstate New York, and sometimes won’t talk sports at all!
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