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Welcome to the Special Needs Kids are People Too! Podcast with Amy Bodkin, EdS. Amy is an Autistic adult who also happens to be a School Psychologist turned Special Needs Consultant and Public Speaker! Amy is an Advocate for seeing every child as a person, not a diagnosis because a special needs kid is just like any other child, just more so! You can find out more about Amy’s advocacy work at AmyBodkin.com.
 
A quick, once-a-day check in where all of us lonely special-needs parents can come together for a daily check-in and pick-me-up. We hold each other up here with a mix of a daily check-in, a daily giggle and pick-me-up, a story of the day and helpful pointers, reviews and tips for people living in the special-needs world. Please come here everyday to be reminded that you are not alone! Hosted by KC, a single special-needs mom.
 
Welcome to Thriving in the Midst of Chaos! This show is about surviving parenthood while having a child with special needs, while attempting to keep your self and your sanity intact. We share our experiences and discuss how we survived, what worked for us, and what didn’t work for us. This is a nonjudgmental space, to realize that we all actually WILL live through this and to make thriving in parenthood an actual possibility. We will also be sharing fails, nails, and comical tales, as well a ...
 
Award winning, world renowned authors, psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians, advocates and respected children's foundations join us to help you better understand a special needs child.... and yourself. You are your child's best advocate - if not you then who - become an informed educated parent here at The Coffee Klatch.
 
Connecting The Special Needs Community. There is nothing more empowering than confidence and there is no greater need for that empowerment than when raising a child with a disability. Our programs offer support, information and inspiration for those on the special needs journey by offering practical and focused educational parenting programming. Become empowered, become confident, become the best parent and educator you can be.
 
The Special Chronicles radio show tells special needs stories in a unique way because the host, Daniel “PodmanDan” Smrokowski, is a person with special needs. Because of his insider’s perspective and the show being available online, Special Chronicles broadcasts distinctive, first person accounts of special needs that are heard around the world. Daniel interviews people with special needs including their families, friends and anyone who touches their lives. Special Chronicles is your guide t ...
 
The goal of specialneedsinmycity podcast is to inspire and educate you as a parent or caregiver to be stronger; emotionally, mentally, socially and physically on the special needs journey. Each episode will leave you knowing more about how to navigate areas of special needs effectively as a family while helping your child thrive and meet his/her unmet potential. Chats with amazing special parents, top-notch medical experts and educators, and dedicated community leaders making a difference wi ...
 
This show is for anyone who is raising a child with neurological differences. Raising a child with autism and epilepsy like my daughter Remy, I have learned quite a few lessons about the special needs world and the evolution of growth as a mom. In this show, we discuss all of it. Parenting, marriage, the autism world, epilepsy world and everything in between. Welcome, I am so glad you stopped by
 
A podcast where regular parents raise special needs kids. Parenting isn't easy, and with special needs mixed it, it can be a lot more confusing...and a lot funnier too. I'm not on a mission to change the world, just raise my kids to their best potential with realism, optimism, and a healthy dose of humor.
 
Join laughs and the tears and everything in-between as Our Special Story invites you into the life and journey of a family with a special needs child. Josh and Amberley Klinkenberg chat about all the funny, awkward, raw, confronting topics that special needs families are faced with. The Klink's freely share life changing insights in a wide range of topics including marriage, parenting, relationships, physical and emotional health, and much more. This podcast has a little something for everyone!
 
Special ed experts on special ed topics for special ed parents. If I could ensure every parent has all the information they need before stepping into their child's IEP meeting, I would. While that may be a lofty goal, I hope this podcast helps you prepare to advocate for your child. If you have a child with disabilities and special education needs, congratulations! You have just become the CEO of your child's education! There are acronyms galore, terms of art that are counter-intuitive, and ...
 
Welcome to Special Kid School Talk with Dr. Kari Miller. You know how some kids with learning challenges such as attention deficit disorder or learning disabilities have poor grades, don’t get their homework done and think they’re stupid? …Well I help children with these problems improve their grades, and increase their chances of getting into college, all while helping them develop their true talents. Each episode of Special Kid School Talk gives you the strategies you need to help your chi ...
 
This podcast speaks about the issues and the following factors of Special Education in the classrooms and students needs and the differences that lie in funding, training, and resources in different regional school districts comparing Pico Rivera District from Arnold O. Beckman High School in Tustin District. Brenda A. & Ali P. interviewed three special aide and teacher specialists who have had professional training and experience of directing special ed autistic students and those with phys ...
 
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Join me today as we talk about LOVE on the Spectrum! I will be sharing me and my daughter's perspective on the first season of the TV show, "Love on the Spectrum," and then I will be sharing some of the things that I have learned along the way about dating and relationships from an Autistic perspective! Show Notes at: https://amybodkin.com/podcast-…
 
Episode 112: Lia McCabe's Experience Raising Two Daughters With Autism In this episode, guest Lia McCabe discusses her experience raising two children with autism, as well as giving back to the autism community. She noticed signs right away in her first daughter that something was amiss. However, the signs in her other daughter were totally differe…
 
It’s dark, there are literally monsters everywhere and you’re supposed to enjoy this? How? When it is one big overwhelming experience?! Whether your kid just hates dark, is easily afraid or quickly overwhelmed, you can make it into a bearable, heck maybe even fun experience for them with the tips I share in this episode. * Hope you have a lovely Ha…
 
Join us On The Job LIVE From Bridge 2021 TownHall, presented on October 4th to an internal audience of United Airlines employees for an engaging panel discussion as we welcome old and new members of Bridge, Celebrating National Disability Employment Awareness Month, United leads in making travel more inclusive and accessible, United's partnership w…
 
Join us On The Job with Jonna McGrath (Managing Director at LAX), Angela Franklin and Monica Lightfoot (Customer Service Representatives at ORDCS) from United Airlines for an engaging conversation on the founding of the Special Olympics Service Ambassador (SOSA) Program. Jonna talks about inspiration for the SOSA Program, her non-work connection to…
 
Introduction! Who am I and what is this show? Why are we doing this? What are our goals for the special-needs community through this show? We are here to remind each other daily that we are in this together and that we are not alone in this journey. We discuss two simple, hands-on strategies to fight loneliness and become happier.…
 
I am a HUGE fan of the Teal Pumpkin Project! In fact, not only do we have a Teal Pumpkin sign in our yard, but I am also a Neighborhood Captain, which means I encourage others in my neighborhood to consider participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project! The Teal Pumpkin Project is a great way of making sure that children with allergies feel supported o…
 
Episode 111: Journaling For Mindfulness With Guest Josephine Atluri In this episode, Josephine Atluri discusses using journaling to help with mindfulness and parenting. She discussed ways to engage in mindfulness along with your child, as well as ways to communicate in a mindful way with your child. She provides examples for when mindfulness worked…
 
Join us On The Job with Capt. Jill Mills (President, Bridge) and Elliot Kadar (VP, Bridge) for an engaging conversation about Bridge, United's business resource group that is connecting people of all abilities, future plans of Bridge, and we conclude with a possible surprise announcement request of Daniel. Join us for the Unified at Work Series Sea…
 
Episode 110: Updates, Crises, and Overwhelm In this episode, Jessica gives updates on her life and the life of her family. She discusses updates on her health conditions and recent surgery, crazy stressors, and mental health difficulties that accompany autism. She discusses how hard it is to get good medical care and how impossible it is to get ade…
 
How can you help your kid grow his or her self confidence? By being nice to yourself. Seriously mama! How often do you criticize yourself? What does that tell your kid? * In today's episode I tell you about the epiphany I had doing a journalling exercise of the Fall Back in Love with You challenge by IG’s @innertravelcoach Tammy Faulds. * Supergirl…
 
Join us On The Job with former United Airlines Chairman & CEO Oscar Munoz for an engaging conversation about his United Legacy, Early Days of United and Special Olympics global partnership, Groundbreaking Unified Employment, Exclusive news with Archer Aviation and future of United, and as we conclude Oscar turns the microphone around to get to know…
 
On this bonus episode of our Unified at Work Series and a crossover episode with Wonder Women in Aviation Podcast: we're LIVE From Oshkosh Air Show featuring conversations with United Airlines Pilot Capt. Paul Kosumbskey and United Aviate Manager of Marketing and Communications Mckenna Cotterman. Co-hosted by Natalia Mcalee and Daniel Smrokowski, J…
 
This is a bonus episode of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast with a calming technique to help your kid (or you) get calm and grounded instead of anxious, overwhelmed and stressed. You can do this every where. Just sit down and close your eyes for a few minutes to feel refreshed and grounded again. Stay sane 🧘 Stay happy 💃 Nadine Planner 📔If you ne…
 
This is the 2nd bonus episode of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast with a calming technique to help your kid (or you) get calm and grounded instead of anxious, overwhelmed and stressed. You can do this everywhere. Even with your eyes open. Just take 5 seconds. Stay sane 🧘 Stay happy 💃 Nadine Planner 📔If you need some help to find and recharge your…
 
Episode 109: Executive Functioning Tips From ADHD Coaching With Dr. Norrine Russell In this episode, Dr. Norrine Russell discusses the benefits to ADHD coaching and provides tips to help with executive dysfunction. Her son and daughter both have autism, ADHD, and anxiety. She noted that one of the hardest parts of parenthood is feeling alone. Altho…
 
This Week we're On The Road To Special Olympics 2022 USA Games with Brent Kampert, Special Olympics Missouri Athlete Leader, joining us in conversation about being selected to compete at Special Olympics 2022 USA Games Orlando, Athlete Leadership, and Inclusion. ….. Show Notes for this week's episode: http://specialchronicles.com/Podcast446 Support…
 
Episode 108: Learning An Instrument When One Has Special Needs With Guest Delwyn McKenzie In this episode, Delwyn McKenzie discusses the usefulness of learning an instrument for children with special needs. She grew up playing instruments, and made sure her children learned instruments, too. Early on in her childhood, her daughter was diagnosed wit…
 
My daily habitat as a special needs mom? My car. Always driving and picking up supergirl to school, doctors’ appointments, friends and more. And it drained me. Another minimal 1.5 hours a day 'lost'. I was exhausted. Me-time? What was that? Needless to say, there was a serious special needs supermom burnout. I never relaxed. Even in the car I ‘had’…
 
Join us for Episode 1 of SENsational: The Special Educational Needs Podcast. Our podcast is all about celebrating neurodiversity, empowering parents and carers, strengthening our children's super powers and acknowledging the heroic efforts of neurodiverse families across the country. In this episode, which was recorded over summer 2021, we hear fro…
 
Molly Shriver and Kathleen Shriver, Chairwomen of the Special Olympics Founder's Council, join us on the podcast in conversation about the legacy of inclusion of their grandmother Eunice Kennedy Shriver just two months after her 100th Birthday. Molly and Kathleen share stories from their early memories of their grandmother and how their cousins and…
 
Episode 107: Promoting Reading In Children With Learning Disabilities With Guest Dr. Maria Cleary In this episode, Dr. Maria Cleary discusses reading literacy and and the importance of continuing to read throughout childhood. Her daughter was showing learning delays when she was young and was found to have left-brain hemiatrophy. Her daughter did w…
 
On this Sizzle Reel, our team clipped together some of our favorite podcast moments from the past 13 years of podcasting. Enjoy this special highlights sizzle reel that will introduce you to Special Chronicles the podcast where we’re podcasting disability stories from an insider’s perspective and are giving a voice to people with special needs. We …
 
Part 2 of my interview with dyslexia warrior Hilary Laxson. In this episode we talk specifically about the dyslexia possibilities for US active-duty members and how Hilary helps this community. We talk Decoding Dyslexia Military, Partners in Promise, EFMP and more. We chat about how the person in authority you come across does NOT always know best …
 
Join us for the third edition of Voices of Champions, recorded live on 10 August 2021. This month’s brief TED-talk style talks event, we feature 8 Special Olympics Athlete Leader speakers who will present speeches on a topic of their choice. ORDER OF SPEAKERS: (TIME STAMPS RELATE TO THE AUDIO PODCAST) 00:00 - Introduction by Jason Schriml, VP Athle…
 
Episode 106: Using Summer To Create An Amazing School Year With Guest Dr. Laura Reber In this episode, guest Dr. Laura Reber discusses maximizing your summer to help your child with the school year. She discussed the importance of learning executive functioning skills. To help transition from school to summer, keep schedules similar (meals, sleep, …
 
A podcast discussion between Sarah Roscoe, Head Teacher at Oversands School and Colin Foley, National Training Director for the ADHD Foundation, focusing on how head teachers and senior leaders can help support staff wellbeing within their schools. During the podcast Colin and Sarah talk about staff stress, personal experiences, the pace and demand…
 
Books were my salvation as a kid. Therefore, I found it hard and sad my supergirl struggled so much reading. I can’t imagine how hard it must be. What I do know is what a huge impact it has on her daily school life and results, and how important it is to get the right diagnoses and help. Did you know there could be more going on when your kid is st…
 
This Week we're On The Road To 2022USAGames featuring a conversation with Katy Sanchez, Special Olympics New York Athlete Leader, joining us in conversation about being selected to compete at Special Olympics 2022 USA Games Orlando, Athlete Leadership, Blogging, and Inclusion. ….. Show Notes for this week's episode: http://specialchronicles.com/Pod…
 
Episode 105: Bassie Shemtov's Experience Creating Inclusive Communities and Employment Opportunities In this episode, guest Bassie Shemtov discusses how to create friendship and inclusion in the community. She and her husband began their career by working in the addictions community. However, Bassie didn't feel as if they were offering everything t…
 
Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness Fellow Adri Vanos and Special Olympics Athlete Leader Justin Hunsinger are co-hosting a Podcast TakeOver episode talking with a panel Athletes At Home Challenge participants! On this Part 2 episode, our panelists talk about reflections on their Athletes At Home Challenge, Health Goals, Challenges and Successes…
 
I have had the privilege of knowing some pretty fantastic teachers!! But for all of us who are part of an IEP team – whether we are a teacher, parent, administrator, advocate, etc. – it is essential that we make certain that each child's IEP does what it was intended to do: guarantee children that we are prepared to provide them the support they ne…
 
Episode 104: Alexa Bigwarfe's Experience of Twin-To-Twin Transfusion, Infant Loss, and Transformation Through Writing In this episode, Alexa Bigwarfe discusses her experience with twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome and child loss. During her third pregnancy, she should have been followed as a high risk pregnancy with a maternal fetal medicine doctor…
 
Welcome to episode 1 of our new Be Inspired Podcast. Each month, we'll speak to some of the leading experts in SEN Education, Care and Clinical Services. Our podcast is aimed at professionals wanting to help children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN). If you have any questions or comments, please e-mail events@witherslackgroup.c…
 
Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness Fellow Adri Vanos and Special Olympics Athlete Leader Justin Hunsinger join the podcast talking about an overview of their Athletes At Home Challenge Special Olympics Inclusive Research Project. On this Part 1 episode, we talk about: Samuel Centre for Social Connectedness and Special Olympics Connection, Athle…
 
Words are Power: The Importance of Examining the Language We Use Have you ever wondered why I titled my podcast "Special Needs Kids are People Too" when there is a push to stop using terms like "Special Needs"? There is a reason!! Find out in this episode! Show notes at: https://amybodkin.com/podcast-episode-10…
 
Episode 103: Raising a Child with STXBP1 With Guest Chloe Weber In this we discuss rare genetic disorder called STXBP1. Guest Chloe Weber’s son Remy has a rare genetic disorder called STXBP1. This condition affects syntax and binding protein. For these individuals, their bodies don’t make enough of the protein,the protein is misfolded, and the prot…
 
Knowing your child’s IEP team isn’t enough. To be the best advocate for your child, you need to know who makes the decisions, how, and when. Your local Board of Education (BOE) consists of lay representatives who live in your community and are selected by you (in some areas there are appointed school boards, which are selected by either the mayor o…
 
New class, new teacher(s), new school, new try-outs, new team members… the start of a new school year is a lot to process for special needs kids. All those impressions are the perfect ingredients for major meltdowns and parent-kid clashes. Therefore, this episode of the Special Needs Supermom podcast is about how to have the best possible start of …
 
This Week, we're On The Road To 2022USAGames with Daniel Fundora a Special Olympics Florida Athlete Leader joining us in conversation talking about his Special Olympics story, Being Selected to compete at 2022 USA Games, Standup Water Boarding, Athlete Leadership, and Inclusion. Check out #SpecialChronicles wherever you get your podcasts to subscri…
 
Episode 102: Spinal Muscular Atrophy And ADHD With Guest Trudy Citovic In this episode, guest Trudy Citovic discusses raising a child with spinal muscular atrophy. Her daughter, Alina, was diagnosed with SMA when she was 5 years old. She never lost any skills but started experiencing weakness and less stamina. She was about to lose skills when she …
 
Going back to school in person shouldn’t be a choice between a family member and an education. But for some families, it is just that. For children living with immunocompromised family members, going back in person really isn’t a choice at all. It’s not even one of the options. This episode isn’t about special ed, it’s about education and why we ne…
 
On this bonus episode of our Unified at Work Series: we feature a LIVE Q&A with Oscar Munoz, Executive Chairman at United Airlines, hosted by Daniel Smrokowski. Join us we bring you behind the scenes as the United Family says Farewell to Oscar. Oscar answers a few questions submitted by employees and one behind the scenes question from Daniel. Plus…
 
Episode 101: Raising A Micropreemie Who Uses A Feeding Tube With Guest Gaby Grinberg In this episode, guest Gaby Grinberg discusses prematurity, NICU stays, and feeding journeys. Her daughter Lana Rose was born at 24 weeks gestation, weight 11 ounces. There was no initial sign that she would go into labor early, as her pregnancy was pretty normal. …
 
Justyna & Meghan from The Hangout Spot join me today to discuss how kids are adjusting to “back to normal” back to school! While I wouldn’t necessarily call it “normal” we are going back and most kids haven’t had an opportunity to flex their social muscles in a while. They will need time and patience while they acclimate. Justyna & Meghan talk abou…
 
Listen to Daniel, Hanna, and Renee's take on the #SONAMove Challenge as they share their audio diary reflections and why everyone should participate September 13, 2021 - November 7, 2021 as we present: Diary of SONA Movers & Changemakers! Check out #SpecialChronicles wherever you get your podcasts to subscribe to the audio/video podcast and access …
 
Episode 100: Raising a Child With Spinal Muscular Atrophy With Guest Megan Fabrizi In this episode, guest Megan Fabrizi discusses raising children with spinal muscular atrophy. When Liam was born, he was having difficulty regulating his temperature. He wasn’t moving his body. At his 4 month visit, he was diagnosed with hypotonia. The pediatrician w…
 
Diane is Joey's sister. Hear her work background and her involvement in special needs communities. Emma works as a consultant with CDC plus. Learn what the CDC Plus offers people with special needs and how family and friends could help out their loved ones with companion services. https://m.facebook.com/Joey-and-Sarah-ChallengesChoices-Podcast-1034…
 
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