• 00:55

    Technology and Autism with Christopher J. Smith

    in Family

    We talk with Christopher J. Smith of Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) about emerging technology and research to support individuals with autism.


    Christopher J. Smith, Ph.D., Vice President and Director of Research at SARRC, is an experimental psychologist with expertise in the diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder and measurement of associated traits. Before joining SARRC, Dr. Smith was an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine, and still maintains a faculty position. His background is in phenotyping complex psychiatric disorders for the purposes of genetic studies.


    Under the direction of Dr. Smith, SARRC’s research team focuses on improving the early detection of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and expediting accurate diagnostic methods; advancing research on effective treatments for autism, both pharmaceutical and behavioral, that lead to an improved quality of life for individuals with the disorder and their families; and educating all kinds of professionals in the community to improve detection, diagnosis and services for individuals with autism.

  • 00:50

    Anna Bullard on Eva's Law - Autism Insurance for Georgia

    in Family

    Anna Bullard's advocacy for her daughter and other children with autism is a true inspiration. Many people will be familiar with her fight for autism insurance coverage in Georgia from her youtube video (Ava's Story, Autism Insurance for Georgia).


    Anna Bullard is the Director of Community Outreach and Advocacy for the Early Autism Project (EAP). She is on the board for the Autism Society of Georgia and the Autism Advisory Council Center for Leadership in Disability,GSU. She has been working as a parent advocate for Ava’s Law since 2009. Anna is an advocate for services and other needed resources for families with autism throughout the southeast including Ga, FL, SC, KY and TN. She has made it her personal mission to see that these families have equal access to services no matter where they live. Anna is married and has three girls. Her 10 year old daughter, Ava, was diagnosed with autism in 2007 and has been the inspiration for her passion to see every child with autism have the resources and services they need to meet their full potential. Anna recently received the national “Speak Out” award.

  • 00:07

    Sean's Autism Q&A

    in Caregiving

    I was born with severe Autism. On my show I welcome anyone who wants to speak their mind regarding Autism. If you have questions regarding your daughter or son who has Autism I have the answers. Or maybe your a BCBA and you want to talk to someone who has inside knowledge of Autism. Whatever The case may be..You can trust me with your very valuable time.


     

  • 02:55

    The Autism Experience - Episode 2

    in Education

    The Autism Experience


    Hosted by ANUE


    Time for episode 2 of the autism experience hosted by ANUE they will share their journey as a person experiencing life with autism.  They will talk about their journeys and open up the floor for others to share their journeys.  Join in as they explore what direction they will go with their monthly show.


    Many of the symptoms and experiences they live with are similar if not the same as many other disabilities we have so much to learn from one another let us let the learning and sharing begin.  You won’t want to miss this episode.  ANUE is the Autistic Network of Unique Eccentrics.  Share in their perspective on live and learn some new tools for your journey  

  • 00:43

    Positively Autistic - Jeanette's Autism Show

    in Lifestyle

    This is Jeanette Purkis's radio show where she and invited guests talk about all things Autism. Jeanette is an Autistic author, advocate and public speaker and is passionate about empowering people on the Autism spectrum to live fulfilled and positive lives. Jeanette is a keen advocate for inclusion and appropriate support for people with Autism spectrum conditions in such areas as employment, education, parenting and access to health services.


    This week, Jeanette will be talking to passionate Autism advocate Ben Wilshire. Ben works in community services as an Ability Links Linker; working with people with disability to help them become more confident, working alongside them to achieve their goals by building new networks and accessing support and services in their local community and supportign the community to become more inclusive. Ben  will be talking with Jeanette about employment and Autism. Here is a link to Ben's blog about Autism advcaocy: http://bensaspieblog.blogspot.com.au/.  

  • 01:44

    Autism ~ I Know You're In There

    in Health

    My guest, MARCIA HINDS, is the auhor of the popular book I Know You're In There; Winning Our War Against Autism.  You may review her book at: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0996103902.  If you click on the "look inside" feature above the cover of the book, you can read the first four chapters.
    Here is a statement from Marcia, "Ryan is now an engineer at a major aerospace company; but more important than that, he has friends and is happy. When he was first diagnosed I was told he would need to be institutionalized. Don't believe all you are told about autism. It is possible to have a different outcome."  Here is Marcia's offical website:  http://iknowyoureinthere.com/.  We will be discussing her journey with her son Ryan and how she can help other children recover from Autism.  Please join us live on March 19th at 12:00 P.M. CST.  I will be taking callers with questions at 917-889-8895.
     

  • 01:00

    Positively Autistic - Jeanette's Autism Show

    in Lifestyle

    This is Jeanette Purkis's radio show where she and invited guests talk about all things Autism. Jeanette is an Autistic author, advocate and public speaker and is passionate about empowering people on the Autism spectrum to live fulfilled and positive lives. Jeanette is a keen advocate for inclusion and appropriate support for people with Autism spectrum conditions in such areas as employment, education, parenting and access to health services.


    This week, Jeanette will be talking to public speaker, autism advocate and mentor Alex Evans. The discussion will centre around people with Autism spectrum conditions and the criminal justice system - an important topic and one which is often overlooked. Alex has spoken at a number of events, including to the Hosue of Commons in London. The show promises to be engaging and useful. Check it out... And here is a lonk to Alex's 'optimism in autism' website: http://www.optimisminautism.co.uk 


     

  • 00:59

    Positively Autistic - Jeanette's Autism Show

    in Lifestyle

    This is Jeanette Purkis's radio show where she and invited guests talk about all things Autism. Jeanette is an Autistic author, advocate and public speaker and is passionate about empowering people on the Autism spectrum to live fulfilled and positive lives. Jeanette is a keen advocate for inclusion and appropriate support for people with Autism spectrum conditions in such areas as employment, education, parenting and access to health services.


    This week Jeanette will be speaking with Autism advocate, parent, radio show host and founder of the Bendigo Autism Resource Centre, Beck Kelly.  Beck has a wide range of itneresting things to say about Autism and life in general. The radio program she hosts, Real People Talk Autism, has a wide following and covers a lot of different topics. Here's a link to the Facebook page for the show: https://www.facebook.com/RealPeopleTalkAutism 


    Jeanette and Beck will have a conversation about their thoughts from diagnosis to advocacy, media representations and more. I beleive that if we're lucky, Beck might discuss an excellent conference which she is organising for later in the year.


     

  • 02:10

    Positively Autistic: Sarah's Autism Chat

    in Lifestyle

    This week on the show we will be talking to you all about the upcoming event "Wear Ribbons for World Autism Awareness Day". Presented by Sarah Scrimshaw and Joe Westlake at the time of 6:30pm BST, we will be hearing from Tracy Roberts and Sophie Godwin to hear all about what's going on with regards to the event.


    We are also going to be hearing from our team member and radio show host Marilyn Ann Francis. We will be hearing some of Marilyn's poetry and she will be joining in on the conversation about the importance of autism awareness and education. Marilyn is a published poet and does lots of work with Positively Autistic.


    As always, we would love to hear from you. So, if you have any questions or want to join in on the topic, then please feel free to call in and chat with us!


    You can call in on 1-619-393-2848 or call in via the Skype link. You can also join us in the chat room. Find out more about Positively Autistic via our website www.positivelyautistic.com or via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic and to join the ribbon event, go to https://www.facebook.com/events/1545859529025696/


    We look forward to hearing from you!

  • 00:30

    Our Children, Drugs, and You (Autism Awareness)

    in Entertainment

    We are starting to hear the term autism more often than not now days. Although, it appears that if it's not affecting us directly we don't care to even acknowledge it. Join host Anah Mae is this special episode of M.A.N. M.A.D.E. RADIO as we shed light on the battle that many families are currently facing with autistic children.
     


     


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  • 00:32

    Uniting the Autism Community - Changing the World

    in Lifestyle

    Is it possible to Unite the Autism Community? Can Autistic and Aspie adults, teens and children respectfully come together with parents, educators, service professionals and nonprofit autism organizations to discuss challenges and work toward the common good?


    If so, what would that look like? Who would be seated at the table? Who would facilitate the conversation? 


    How do we calm the chaos, reduce the infighting and begin to work together for a stronger, more united, autism community that focuses on acceptance, empowerment, optimal outcomes and positive life trajectories? How do we provide individuals and families with support, opportunity and connection?


    Join Autism Empowerment Radio as Karen Krejcha discusses these challenges. Diagnosed with Asperger syndrome in her 40s, Karen is mom to two sons (8 and 15) also diagnosed on the autism spectrum. As Executive Director and co-founder of the nonprofit, Autism Empowerment, Karen regularly engages in conversation with autistic teens and adults as well as parents and other family members. She sees and hears the frustration from those on the spectrum who want to be respected and accepted and not seen as a burden upon society. She sees and hears from parents who want to do the best for their children but struggle navigating convoluted and conflicting systems of service that sometimes hurt more than they help. 


    Is it possible to strengthen the Autism Community?  We think so!


    Let's talk about it.

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