154 episodes

Affect Autism was created to help parents and practitioners apply the Developmental, Individual differences, Relationship-based (DIR) model to respectfully promote relating, communicating, and thinking in autistic children in order to invite out their highest potential. Research in neuroscience has supported a developmental approach over traditional behavioural approaches like Applied Behaviour Analysis. Affect Autism is more cost effective because it works with parents who apply the strategies that Floortime offers, promoting playful interactions over behaviour management techniques. DIR/Floortime respects where the child is developmentally, their individual sensory processing profiles, and uses the relationship to build trust and playfully challenge the child to relate, communicate and think, in order to invite them into a shared world where they can reach the potential they wish to realize.

We chose play, joy every day We chose play, joy every day

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    • 4.3 • 6 Ratings

Affect Autism was created to help parents and practitioners apply the Developmental, Individual differences, Relationship-based (DIR) model to respectfully promote relating, communicating, and thinking in autistic children in order to invite out their highest potential. Research in neuroscience has supported a developmental approach over traditional behavioural approaches like Applied Behaviour Analysis. Affect Autism is more cost effective because it works with parents who apply the strategies that Floortime offers, promoting playful interactions over behaviour management techniques. DIR/Floortime respects where the child is developmentally, their individual sensory processing profiles, and uses the relationship to build trust and playfully challenge the child to relate, communicate and think, in order to invite them into a shared world where they can reach the potential they wish to realize.

    Parents can Connect with their Children Through Musical Interactions

    Parents can Connect with their Children Through Musical Interactions

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    • 59 min
    My Autism, My Story

    My Autism, My Story

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    • 53 min
    Your Growth is your Child’s Growth: Strength in Relationships

    Your Growth is your Child’s Growth: Strength in Relationships

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    • 41 min
    The World’s First International Concert to Celebrate Neurodiversity

    The World’s First International Concert to Celebrate Neurodiversity

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    • 33 min
    Gauging our Developmental Capacities: Part 2

    Gauging our Developmental Capacities: Part 2

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    • 35 min
    Gauging our Developmental Capacities: Part 1

    Gauging our Developmental Capacities: Part 1

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    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Peg SLPeep ,

Great podcast!

As an SLP in Canada, I love listening to the blend of knowledge from developmental professionals and parents of children! Are you able to put the show notes from the website onto the podcast app? It’s hard to know what a podcast episode is about just by the title!

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