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Welcome to Let’s Talk About Super Special Kids and Cake the podcast for parents of children with special needs. During each Podcast Professor Rhea Paul Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim cover a topic of interest to parents and families of children with Special needs. They also answer questions sent to them by one of their listeners and they share their thoughts on some common misconceptions about interventions for children with special developmental delays and neurodevelopmental difficulties. Both Granny Rhea and Auntie Donia love cake! The eating cake for breakfast segment is all about the fun activities you can do at home with your super special kids. So make yourself a cup of tea, grab yourself a piece of cake, relax and enjoy the theme music composed by the New York Musician Marty Isenberg. This podcast was recorded live from the studios of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield Connecticut and is brought to you by our book Let’s Talk: Navigating Communication Services and Supports for Your Young Child with ASD published by Paul H Brooks and available from Amazon.

Dr. Donia Fahim, Ph.D., Cert. MRCSLT (U.K.), A.K.A Auntie Donia, is a speech and language pathologist, an international educational consultant, and specializes in the treatment of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and in development of curriculum and interventions for young children with special needs in countries with limited services. She is now based in London, and is the founder and director of Education and Therapeutic Spaces, Ltd. She lived in NYC for ten years (2008-2018) where she was a Consultant for the ASD Nest Project at New York University, and a Professor at Hunter College, where she was also Program Coordinator for the Early Childhood Special Education Program from 2008 to 2013. She was also the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Autism Friendly Spaces, Inc. (2010-2018) and developer of the first dual language ASD public school program in New York City. She is the co-author the books Let’s Talk with Professor Rhea Paul and she has authored several peer reviewed journals and chapters. She obtained her B.Sc., M.A and Ph.D. from the University of London. She is a certified member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

Professor Rhea Paul, PhD., CCC-SLP: Rhea Paul, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, (AKA Granny Rhea) is Professor and Founding Chair of the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Sacred Heart University, author of over 100 refereed articles, 50 book chapters and 9 books. She serves as Editor for Language at the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. She received the Editor's Award from the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology in 1996, and the Ritvo/Slifka Award for Innovative Clinical Research from the International Society for Autism Research. She has been a Fellow of ASHA since 1991, and received Honors of the Association in 2014.

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Welcome to Let’s Talk About Super Special Kids and Cake the podcast for parents of children with special needs. During each Podcast Professor Rhea Paul Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim cover a topic of interest to parents and families of children with Special needs. They also answer questions sent to them by one of their listeners and they share their thoughts on some common misconceptions about interventions for children with special developmental delays and neurodevelopmental difficulties. Both Granny Rhea and Auntie Donia love cake! The eating cake for breakfast segment is all about the fun activities you can do at home with your super special kids. So make yourself a cup of tea, grab yourself a piece of cake, relax and enjoy the theme music composed by the New York Musician Marty Isenberg. This podcast was recorded live from the studios of Sacred Heart University in Fairfield Connecticut and is brought to you by our book Let’s Talk: Navigating Communication Services and Supports for Your Young Child with ASD published by Paul H Brooks and available from Amazon.

Dr. Donia Fahim, Ph.D., Cert. MRCSLT (U.K.), A.K.A Auntie Donia, is a speech and language pathologist, an international educational consultant, and specializes in the treatment of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders and in development of curriculum and interventions for young children with special needs in countries with limited services. She is now based in London, and is the founder and director of Education and Therapeutic Spaces, Ltd. She lived in NYC for ten years (2008-2018) where she was a Consultant for the ASD Nest Project at New York University, and a Professor at Hunter College, where she was also Program Coordinator for the Early Childhood Special Education Program from 2008 to 2013. She was also the Co-Founder and Executive Director of Autism Friendly Spaces, Inc. (2010-2018) and developer of the first dual language ASD public school program in New York City. She is the co-author the books Let’s Talk with Professor Rhea Paul and she has authored several peer reviewed journals and chapters. She obtained her B.Sc., M.A and Ph.D. from the University of London. She is a certified member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

Professor Rhea Paul, PhD., CCC-SLP: Rhea Paul, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, (AKA Granny Rhea) is Professor and Founding Chair of the Speech-Language Pathology Department at Sacred Heart University, author of over 100 refereed articles, 50 book chapters and 9 books. She serves as Editor for Language at the Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. She received the Editor's Award from the American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology in 1996, and the Ritvo/Slifka Award for Innovative Clinical Research from the International Society for Autism Research. She has been a Fellow of ASHA since 1991, and received Honors of the Association in 2014.

    001: Meet Aunty Donia & Grandma Rhea

    001: Meet Aunty Donia & Grandma Rhea

    Professor Rhea Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim discuss the importance of living in the ‘now’ and casting our worries for the future aside. They’ll answer a question about what a speech and language therapist is and the work that they do. They’ll also tell you about the things that make them go ‘arghhh’, as well as talking about the importance of spending quality time with your special child in the super fun ‘Eating Cake for Breakfast’ segment.

    For more information, visit: Doniafahim.com

    • 30 min.
    002: The Big Screen

    002: The Big Screen

    In today’s episode, Professor Rhea Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim discuss screen time. Is it good? Is it bad? They discuss it all. They’ll also answer a question about what to do when your special child is naughty. Extreme parents are the focal point of things that make them go ‘arghhh’ this week and routines are explored in the super fun ‘Eating Cake for Breakfast’ segment.  

    To learn more about international educational consultant & autism expert, Dr. Donia Fahim, visit Doniafahim.com

    • 20 min.
    003: Tantrums, Diets & Dinosaurs

    003: Tantrums, Diets & Dinosaurs

    In today’s episode, Professor Rhea Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim discuss words that therapists use and how parents can better understand them. They give advice on what parents can do when their child tantrums in public. They discuss restrictive diets and the effects of these in the things that make us go ‘arghhh’ and the beauty of public spaces in the super fun ‘Eating Cake for Breakfast’ segment.  

    To learn more about educational consultant & autism expert, Dr. Donia Fahim, visit Doniafahim.com

    • 26 min.
    004: The A Team

    004: The A Team

    In today’s episode, Professor Rhea Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim discuss the development of positive relationships with professionals who work with your child. They give advice on what to do when a child carries out the same repetitive activity. Forcing a child to make eye contact is what makes them go ‘arghhh’ this week and nature is the focus of this week’s super fun ‘Eating Cake for Breakfast’ segment.

    To learn more and stay connected, visit visit Doniafahim.com

    • 25 min.
    005: The Chosen Ones

    005: The Chosen Ones

    In today’s episode, Professor Rhea Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim discuss speech sounds and when they develop. They give advice on what to do if your special child becomes upset around unfamiliar faces. Unhelpful advice that others give parents of special children is what makes them go ‘arghhh’ this week and the great outdoors is the focus of this week’s super fun ‘Eating Cake for Breakfast’ segment.

    To learn more and stay conected, visit Doniafahim.com

    • 25 min.
    006: Food Glorious Food!

    006: Food Glorious Food!

    In today’s episode, Professor Rhea Paul and Dr. Donia Fahim discuss food and how it relates to special children. They give advice on what to do if your special child is unresponsive when called. Special children not being included in the traditional classroom setting is what makes them go ‘arghhh’ this week and the joys of cooking are discussed in this week’s super fun ‘Eating Cake for Breakfast’ segment.

    To learn more & stay connected, visit Doniafahim.com

    • 22 min.

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