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Here are the resources Kori mentioned:
www.sumome.com - Easily gather emails to build your list, create dynamic shqre buttons, use a heat map and page analyzer, and more. A bunch of free tools!
www.booklaunch.io - Book landing pages - Be sure to get the code from the Back Porch Writer website, so you can try the premium features. The basics are free.
www.lacbook.com - Marketing template for writers - Free tool
Finelines.org - Summer Writing Camp
If you know about author fairs in your area, please share them with us via info(at)backporchwriter.com
Join Janice this week as she speaks with Occupational Therapist and autism expert, Marci Lebowitz. Marci has been an Occupational Therapist for 28 years and an autism specialist for over a decade. During her expansive career, she has worked in schools, private outpatient practices, hospitals, a prison medical facility and skilled nursing facilities. Known as “The Mary Poppins of Autism” she has developed effective behavioral management systems, sensory calming strategies and alternatives to physical restraints and seclusion. She is a dynamic speaker and loves educating autism parents, extended families and professionals about the underlying causes of challenging behaviors; distinguishing between tantrums, sensory overload and meltdowns; and how to have fun with children with severe autism.
In Marci’s international private practice she offers loving support for families in her three day Comprehensives and professional consulting in autism classrooms, for therapists and medical professionals. Marci provides successful alternatives to physical managements and restraints through the use of her Sensory Overload System (SOS)™. Her groundbreaking Sensory Calming Equipment is known for being durable, affordable and can calm highly anxious, aggressive or volatile children with autism very quickly.
Marci is the author of: “A Parent’s Guide To Relating To, Understanding And Communicating With Your Autistic Child” and “Relating With Autism” For Educators Medical Professionals.
Find her eBooks and services online: www.marcilebowitz.com
Autism and autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors.
About 1 in 68 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with autism, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in a report from 2014. This represents a 30% increase from the 1 in 88 reports of children reported to have autism in 2012. White children are more likely than Black or Hispanic children to receive an autism diagnosis. And Black children and girls are more likely to have intellectual disability along with their autism. The most notable shift is the growing proportion of those who have average or above-average intelligence, rising from 30 percent in 2002 to nearly 50 percent in 2010.
Monday evening, the 50th episode of The GreenHouse FX Radio Show, we will increase our knowledge of autism... Supporting those who are deal with this diagnoses everyday... Celebrating their struggles and triumphs. There has been an increase in early diagnosis, this is a reflection of successful public awareness efforts... this Monday, join us to continue those efforts.
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and autism are both general terms for a group of complex disorders of brain development. These disorders are characterized, in varying degrees, by difficulties in social interaction, verbal and nonverbal communication and repetitive behaviors. With the May 2013 publication of the DSM-5 diagnostic manual, all autism disorders were merged into one umbrella diagnosis of ASD. Previously, they were recognized as distinct subtypes, including autistic disorder, childhood disintegrative disorder, pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) and Asperger syndrome.
ASD can be associated with intellectual disability, difficulties in motor coordination and attention and physical health issues such as sleep and gastrointestinal disturbances. Some persons with ASD excel in visual skills, music, math and art.
Autism appears to have its roots in very early brain development. However, the most obvious signs of autism and symptoms of autism tend to emerge between 2 and 3 years of age. Autism Speaks continues to fund research on effective methods for earlier diagnosis, as early intervention with proven behavioral therapies can improve outcomes. Increasing autism awareness is a key aspect of this work and one in which our families and volunteers play an invaluable role.
Please Welcome our special guests who have taken the time out to tell their stories.
Karen Kain is committed to helping children who are living a unique life experience by supporting their parents. In 1994, her daughter, Lorrin, was severely vaccine injured and at that time Karen’s world fell apart. Life as she knew it was put “on hold” as she tried everything that she could to “heal” Lorrin and give her the best life possible. Karen was forced to over come massive rejection and isolation as she hurdled obstacles and adapted her life to find success as a parent of a unique child. What Karen did not expect on this journey was that she herself would learn, grow and even heal from her experiences. Lorrin it turned out was always the teacher. Lorrin was totally comfortable with who she was, even though she was cortically blind, nonverbal, and a quadriplegic who lived with uncontrolled seizures for her entire life.
When Lorrin was 3, Karen made a pivitol choice to embrace Lorrin’s uniqueness and enjoy all areas of life, living without rules and boundaries. Karen overcame life’s massive roadblocks as she raised Lorrin. Together they held their heads high as they paved the way to giving all parents permission to explore and enjoy life. Karen found that the solution to winning in this life of parenting a unique child started with being committed to having a great attitude and perspective regardless of their situation. She is the author of A Unique Life Fully Lived. www.karenkain.com
Psalms is something I always wanted to know my God is with me
Through the toughest times we have to put our faith in God and believe he is listening to our every move
We are bad communicators and we don't know how to communicat to others effectively
We think we'll she should know well I dont know if you don't open your mouth and say life a big boy what is on your mind
We need to keep our eyes on the psalms and know that God is able to move
Www.facebook.com/jaimesjournal or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kori discusses several body language basics you can use to better describe scenes within your story. She'll cover the concept of comfort versus discomfort as posited by Joe Navarro, a leading expert on body language and a former FBI spycatcher.
Facts about lying behavior
Indicators of stress, verbal and non-verbal
The seven microexpressions
Resources for additional information:
Center for non-verbal studies
All About Body Language
The Science of People
Paul Ekman Group
The Center for Body Language
Louder Than Words - Joe Navarro
What Every Body is Saying - Joe Navarro
Clues to Deceipt - Joe Navarro
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Tom Cunningham (too tall) and Peter Goral from TechBlocks interview Mark Bowden
Mark is an expert in human behavior and body language, and is the creator of TRUTHPLANE®, a communication training company and unique methodology for anyone who has to communicate with impact to an audience. His communication techniques, in which he trains individuals and groups worldwide, have garnered him a reputation as one of the world’s foremost authorities on nonverbal communication.
Mark gives highly entertaining and informative keynote speeches on persuasive and influential verbal and nonverbal language and communication structures that help you stand out, win trust and profit every time you speak.
Mark’s publications include the bestselling body language book Winning Body Language; Winning Body Language for Sales Professionals; and Tame the Primitive Brain – 28 Ways in 28 Days to Manage the Most Impulsive Behaviors at Work.
Voted #1 in the world’s top 30 Body Language Professionals for 2014 by GlobalGurus.org, Mark is also honored to be part of the TED community, having spoken on the main stage at TEDx Toronto. He is a regular contributor to media, and you can see him currently on CTV’s daily talk show, The Social as the resident Body Language expert.
What makes a healthy love relationship?
Staying involved with each other. Some relationships get stuck in peaceful coexistence, but without truly relating to each other and working together. While it may seem stable on the surface, lack of involvement and communication increases distance. When you need to talk about something important, the connection and understanding may no longer be there.
Getting through conflict. Some couples talk things out quietly, while others may raise their voices and passionately disagree. The key in a strong relationship, though, is not to be fearful of conflict. You need to be safe to express things that bother you without fear of retaliation, and be able to resolve conflict without humiliation, degradation or insisting on being right.
Keeping outside relationships and interests alive. No one person can meet all of our needs, and expecting too much from someone can put a lot of unhealthy pressure on a relationship. Having friends and outside interests not only strengthens your social network, but brings new insights and stimulation to the relationship, too.
Communicating. Honest, direct communication is a key part of any relationship. When both people feel comfortable expressing their needs, fears, and desires, trust and bonds are strengthened. Nonverbal cues—body language like eye contact, leaning forward or away, or touching someone’s arm—are critical to communication.
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Join us on Lunch & Learn with Chris & Barrett as we talk with our guest, Linda Clemons. Linda Clemons from Indianapolis, Indiana CEO of Sisterpreneur Inc is an award winning record setting sales producer as well as one of the top sales trainers in the world in the resort/timeshare industry where clients have generated over two billion in sales.
A Body Language expert trained and certified in Analytic Interviewing a process used to detect deception. Her clients and audiences such as Southwest Airlines, Nestle, MGM, White House, US Customs, FBI and Department of Defense, Major League Baseball, Hilton, Wyndham, Marriott, Starwood and other Fortune 500 have benefited from her vast knowledge in sales and nonverbal communications.
Today we have the honor of interviewing Tim Welsh. He is a contributing Editor of Age of Autism and is working for a Cruise for a Cause respite cruise for families next August via American Autism Association , Tim comes with practical hands on experience in social media to effect change. Most noticable he is a force to be reckoned with on Twitter. Tim has been heavily involved with the #CDCwhistleblower and #hearthiswell project on Twitter. Let us find out about the journey that Tim and his family most notably his son Tanner have been traveling. Tanner's last words were on July 4, 2002: "My name is Tanner My name is Tanner. " . Vaccine Injury happens . Vaccine Injury can cause Autism. Let us hear what Tim Welsh has to say on the topic and how we can help.