60 episodios

Dr. Mary Barbera, autism mom, BCBA-D, RN, best-selling author of The Verbal Behavior Approach, and online course creator discusses autism from several different angles for both parents as well as medical, educational, and behavioral professionals. Each week we discuss autism ideas to improve the lives of your children or clients and also cover how to help you be less stressed and live a happier life. Topics include the early signs of autism, the chances of autism recovery, the importance of autism treatment, especially the use of ABA and the Verbal Behavior Approach in toddlers through teens. In each episode, we discuss problem behaviors including reducing stimming and scripting as well as handling self-injurious behavior and aggression. Some shows also cover the medical aspects of autism including topics such as PANS/PANDAS as well as supplement and medication use for kids on the spectrum. There are financial implications and political aspects of autism that we talk about too. So, whether you're a parent or other relative of a child with autism, or an autism professional such as a behavior analyst, nurse, physician, speech pathologist, or teacher, you’re going to want to listen and subscribe! Learn more at www.marybarbera.com.

Turn Autism Around Dr. Mary Barbera

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Dr. Mary Barbera, autism mom, BCBA-D, RN, best-selling author of The Verbal Behavior Approach, and online course creator discusses autism from several different angles for both parents as well as medical, educational, and behavioral professionals. Each week we discuss autism ideas to improve the lives of your children or clients and also cover how to help you be less stressed and live a happier life. Topics include the early signs of autism, the chances of autism recovery, the importance of autism treatment, especially the use of ABA and the Verbal Behavior Approach in toddlers through teens. In each episode, we discuss problem behaviors including reducing stimming and scripting as well as handling self-injurious behavior and aggression. Some shows also cover the medical aspects of autism including topics such as PANS/PANDAS as well as supplement and medication use for kids on the spectrum. There are financial implications and political aspects of autism that we talk about too. So, whether you're a parent or other relative of a child with autism, or an autism professional such as a behavior analyst, nurse, physician, speech pathologist, or teacher, you’re going to want to listen and subscribe! Learn more at www.marybarbera.com.

    #060: Mother with Autism Shares Her & Her Son's Autism Diagnosis Story

    #060: Mother with Autism Shares Her & Her Son's Autism Diagnosis Story

    The interview I have for you today is unlike any of my previous interviews: my guest is Eileen. Not only does her son have severe autism and is nonverbal, but she herself has been diagnosed with high-functioning autism. Eileen openly shares her story with me and does not shy away from the truth.

    • 35 min
    #059: Autism and Family Stress: Autism Dad Reflects on Marriage & Coping with Autism

    #059: Autism and Family Stress: Autism Dad Reflects on Marriage & Coping with Autism

    Jim Christy is an award-winning playwright and filmmaker. He is also a husband and the father to a son with autism. Jim bravely shares his fall into the autism world; the diagnosis that changed his life; and the strain that it put on his marriage and his family.

    • 1h
    #058: New Autism Book for Parents & Professionals Coming in 2021 by Dr. Mary Barbera

    #058: New Autism Book for Parents & Professionals Coming in 2021 by Dr. Mary Barbera

    I’ve been sitting on this announcement for a while, but now I can finally share it with you: I’m writing my second book! What’s the premise? When’s the release date? I’m giving you all of the details today!

    • 29 min
    #057: Escape Extinction, Evidence Based Practice & Autism Ethics with Dr. Megan Miller

    #057: Escape Extinction, Evidence Based Practice & Autism Ethics with Dr. Megan Miller

    Ethics sets a parameter of behavior that protects both a patient and a therapist, and Dr. Megan Miller talks with me about the ethical guidelines that she follows in this podcast. In addition, we talk about the alternatives to escape extinction, when you might need to use it and some of its limitations.

    • 49 min
    #056: Building Echoic Control in Children with Autism

    #056: Building Echoic Control in Children with Autism

    Echoic control is when you say a word or phrase, and your child repeats it back to you like an echo. This is the fastest way for your child to build their vocabulary, and thus convey their needs to you. This is also where I see parents and professionals get stuck the most, so today I’m going to share my five tips for building echoic control with you!

    • 29 min
    #055: Better Ethical Decision Making for BCBAs: Understanding the Ethics Code | Interview with Dr. Ilene Schwartz

    #055: Better Ethical Decision Making for BCBAs: Understanding the Ethics Code | Interview with Dr. Ilene Schwartz

    Dr. Ilene Schwartz is not only a professor of special education and a BCBA, but she is also an ethics expert. In the field of ABA, it can be difficult to weed through the differing opinions and build your own solid beliefs. That’s why I asked Dr. Schwartz all sorts of questions so that you can take from her knowledge and form your own code of ethics.

    • 44 min

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