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All parents face daily obstacles, but parents of children with autism experience increased challenges that can result in overwhelming anxiety, depression, self-doubt and sadness. Ultimately, these parents are husbands, wives, sisters, brothers, family and friends who simply wish to experience more fulfilling and satisfying lives with their children.
Dr. Darren Sush is a clinical psychologist and board certified behavior analyst, specializing in therapy for parents of children with autism. Throughout his career, Dr. Sush has recognized that parents of children with autism can significantly benefit from the guidance, comfort and empathy of therapeutic services that support their unique experiences and struggles.
Over the past decade, Dr. Sush has had the privilege of working within agencies that provide intervention and support for children diagnosed with autism. Through his work developing treatment programs, meeting with families and helping children, he has gained exceptional knowledge and understanding of the unique experiences of parents of children with autism.
He offers direct knowledge and guidance to the various questions that arise regarding children with autism’s behavior, skill building, treatment, funding and school placement, and helps families live their best lives possible.
What is "CD Autism?" It's one of the so called treatments some health care professionals are selling to families as a means to "recover" loved ones from autism.
CD Autism is one of the most alarming and contrversial, but it's just one of many practices that have activists concerned.
Dr. Julian and Emily will go into more depth about "CD autism" and other controversial practices marketed to families through the continual misrepresentation and exploitation of autism.
What leads people to think it is ok to feed chlorine dioxide to their children? What kind of health care professionals and doctors engage in these practices? How do these practices affect autistic people and the greater community?
We'll lay out what people need to look for when seeking treatments and services.
Join us this Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. Central, 8:00 p.m. Eastern time with my co-host, Russell Pappalardo, The Mighty Phoenix with our special guest, Leah Lonebear as we discuss how Autism has affected our lives and what role the pharmaceutical industry has played in both creating Autism and keeping you in the dark about it. We will also be discussing vaccine dangers and ways to combat Autism if you or a loved one has Autism in your family.
We will be talking to Jason Ross about his autistic carnival, poetry will be read and this will be a very enthralling show.
Simply Drive Mom Crazy. I am not going to tell people ways on which to drive their mom crazy. It simply a metaphor.
My name is Jason Ross who is a 34 year old Autistic Adult and Autistic disability rights activist. I support the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network, and what used to be Autism Network International and now is Association for Autistic Community, and Ollibean.
I have Asperger Syndrome. I have always believed in Neurodiversity. A lot of people think of me as the peacemaker in the community because I am always trying my best to bring the whole community together.
I am the type of person who always wants to learn and do new things. I gear up for it. Whenever I see something new, I try to experience it unless say its something that won’t be good for me.
This site will hopefully give you a glimpse into my world. A world which is also part of the Autistic World.
This week on Autism Spectrum Radio we will discuss a question that concerns all parents and caregiver at some point: What are the challenges and opportunities as children with autism become adolescents and adults? The specific nature of how to manage these changes and the best way to prepare for the future will be the focus of this episode. Join us as we explore the different facets of how families and society need to prepare for a maturing community of individuals with autism. We are extremely excited to welcome a special guest to the show, Dr. Peter Gerhardt. Dr. Gerhardt is an expert on the use of ABA therapy in support of adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorders.
Dr. Gerhardt has more than 30 years’ experience utilizing the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis in support of adolescents and adults with autism spectrum disorders in educational, employment, residential and community-based settings. He has authored and co-authored articles and book chapters on the needs of adolescents and adults with ASD and has presented nationally and internationally on this topic. He serves as Chairman of the Scientific Council for the Organization for Autism Research, is on the Editorial Board of Behavior Analysis in Practice and on numerous professional advisory boards, including the Autism Society of America. Dr. Gerhardt received his doctorate from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey’s Graduate School of Education.
This is Gossip & Coffee In The Morning's PREMIER BROADCAST. Join our panel for an hour of straight talk and humor, spiking conversation on intresting current events. This episode's feature topic will be a LIVE indepth discussion on Autism. Listeners will be able to call in LIVE to comment on the issue at hand.
Daniel Vitalis -- health motivator and strategist -- stops by the show to discusss human domestication. Find out what man and "man's best friend" have in common and how to "rewild" your life and get closer to your true human nature for better health and wellness.
Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.
Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.
This week, Sara will chat with Jennifer Powell, the principal of BlissDomCanada, Canada's top social conference and co-founder of SPLASH Media Engagement. Jennifer is also a mom and today's we'll talk about embracing autism.
Learn more about how WeeHands and signing with your baby atwww.weehands.com or share with us on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/weehands.
David Kuhn, PhD and renonowned autism expert Catherine Lord, PhD will discuss
What are the critical developmental milestones that children should meet before the age of 18 months?
Failure to meet which of these milestones would be a "red flag" for seeking professional help?
What does autism look like in a toddler?
If a parent suspects that their child is experiencing a developmental delay or autistic-like symptoms, who should he/she contact first?
Who is qualified to access autism, and what should a parent expect from the process?
If my child is diagnosed with autism, what types of services will they need?
For information on the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain at NewYork-Presbyterian/Westchester Division
Please call Tel.: (914) 997-5848 or go to http://nyp.org/services/cadb-patient-family-care.html
To listen to any of our previous 50 blog talk shows on topics such as substance abuse, OCD, and child and adolescent mental health
please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
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