The Autism Show is an educational podcast online radio created for autism parents and educators.
This is a weekly interview show allowing leading autism advocates, authors, educators, and organizations to share their inspirational stories and best resources with the global autism community.
Listen to a new episode every Tuesday for support, resources, facts, entertainment and inspiration for autism parents, educators and practitioners working with children on the Autism Spectrum. Topics include behavior therapy, autism apps and other topics related to autism spectrum disorders.
99 Writer & Actor on the Spectrum
Ross K. Foad is a scriptwriter/actor/director best known as the leader of sketch comedy group “The Faction of Farce,” as well as being the founder of the long-running popular Sherlock Holmes comedy-drama “No Place Like Holmes.” Aside from acting, he is a prolific writer experienced in many mediums including Television, Feature Film, Web Series, Stage, comic books, and article writing. Ross shares his experience as a young adult on...
98 The Curly Hair Project
Alis Rowe started the Curly Hair Project after writing her autobiography. Diagnosed at the age of 22 with Asperger’s Syndrome, Alis shares her knowledge of what it is like to be a young woman on the spectrum with parents, educators, and the autism community. Learn more about the Curly Hair Project on this episode. Sponsor: CalmingClipper.com: Calming Clipper is a specially designed hair cut kit for quiet...
97 Father & Daughter Autism Activism
Robert and Elizabeth Tracy are a father and daughter autism activism team. Elizabeth shares her experience growing up and going to college. Listen to this episode of The Autism Show podcast to find out more about their work and their upcoming book. Sponsor: CalmingClipper.com: Calming Clipper is a specially designed hair cut kit for quiet and gentle hair cuts. Visit calmingclipper.com/autismshow to get 15% OFF your calming...
96 Learning to Embrace Autism as a Mom
Zuma Ayriyan went from style blogging to sharing her life with her son on the autism spectrum. Learn more about how she embraced autism in her family and how you can too. Sponsor: CalmingClipper.com: Calming Clipper is a specially designed hair cut kit for quiet and gentle hair cuts. Visit calmingclipper.com/autismshow to get 15% OFF your calming clipper kit and say goodbye to stressful hair cuts! SUBSCRIBE:
95: From Bullying to Autism Activism
Randa Habelrih is the mother of a child with autism. When her son experienced a bullying incident at school, it almost broke her heart. Instead of calling the school, she attempted to speak directly with his peers, so together with her daughter Emily, she created a video that very night. This video seemed to have hit a nerve, the emails of support, empathy, and encouragement clogged her inbox. Sponsors: Harkla.co:...
94: Sensorimotor Interventions for Autism
Cara Koscinski, OT shares her latest book: Sensorimotor Interventions: Using Movement to Improve Overall Body Function. Fidgeting, decreased attention, and immature motor patterns can affect learning. Once body systems are in sync, a child’s behavior difficulties can decrease significantly. Sponsors: Harkla.co: Get 10% off your weighted blanket, lap pad or sensory swing with coupon code: autismshow SUBSCRIBE:
Thank you for this. Great shows!
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This show can be really comforting to know there are other people that struggle with the same problems. But I feel like a lot of times the host focuses too much on the author/ book. The topic of the podcast seems to be lost a lot, focusing more on the author themselves rather than the wide spread issue that I’m coming to listen about. This wouldn’t be that big of a deal but since the podcast is typically only 14 minutes it would be nicer if we got to more of the “meat and potatoes” per say rather than one individuals experience.