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Welcome to this week’s episode of Sarah’s Autism Chat presented to you by Sarah Scrimshaw and Joe Westlake. We will be live at 9pm BST, 4pm EST and 1pm PST. It’s going to be a great show!
We will be talking to James Charles who is the author of the book ‘Becoming Unique’. We will be hearing from James all about how he determined that he was on the Autism Spectrum and what inspired him to write his book on his life and diagnoses.
As well as this, we’ll be talking to Colin Brennan and his dad, all about his upcoming trip to meet Temple Grandin in Chicago and their fundraising target!
As always, you can join in live by calling in on 1-619-393-2848 or via the Skype link to ask questions, or drop your messages in the chat room.
You can find out more about Positively Autistic via our website www.positivelyautistic.com or visit our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
Welcome to this week's show. We haven't been on air with Sarah's Autism Chat for quite some time, so we're looking forward to getting back on the airwaves!
Sarah will be updating you all on what has been going on in the autism community as well as how the "Wear Ribbons" event at Positively Autistic went, as we have not updated everyone on the final amount we made. We will also be talking to radio show host Jeanette Purkis all about her recent award 'Inspiration Award for Individual Achievement (Adult) at the 2015 Aspect Awards. As well as this, we'll be hearing from our brand new radio show host, Michele Chigas Hillman who recently attended an optometry conference in Las Vegas in relation to autism and eyesight vision that Michele campaigns for, so she will be talking about this.
As always, you can join us in the chat room, call in on 1-619-393-2848 or call in via the Skype link.
For more information on Positively Autistic, you can visit our website on www.positivelyautistic.com or our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
We look forward to hearing from you!
Join us this week as we speak to Emma Flint and Tom Pittwood from Brain in Hand, providing assistive technology for people on the Autism Spectrum. Emma and Tom will be talking about their "Minecraft Marathon" which takes place every year on World Autism Awareness Day at the University of Exeter to raise funds for Positively Autistic and a number of other national autism charities.
We will be live on air from 6:30pm BST, 1:30pm EST and 10:30am PST. As always, you can join us in the chat room, call in to join in on the discussion on 1-619-393-2848, or you can call in via the Skype link.
You can find out more about Positively Autistic via our website www.positivelyautistic.com or via our Facebook page www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
Welcome to what’s going to be a very special interview and discussion with Tania Marshall, Author of the book “Aspien Girl”. We will be live on air from 11pm BST, 7pm EST, 5pm MST and 4pm PST.
On the show, Positively Autistic’s Co-Founder Joe Westlake will be talking to Tania all about her book, after he has read her book recently published which is a fantastic booked based around the perspectives of those on the Autism Spectrum. Tania has a number of books, with this being one of the editions, particularly concentrating primarily on ‘Auti Girls’.
We would love to hear from you. You can join us in the chat room to post your comments, join in on the discussion, as well as calling in on the number which is 1-619-393-2848 or you can call in via the Skype link.
You can find out more about Positively Autistic by visiting our Facebook page via the link: http://www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
Greetings to all, and welcome to this week’s episode of Positively Autistic: The Magazine Show presented to you by Tracy Roberts and Joe Westlake. We will be live at 7pm BST, 2pm EST, 12-noon MST and 11am PST.
This week on the show we will be talking to Jez Levinson and Joe Nash. They both run Uniting Friends, which is a charity project helping those with disabilities. It was set up in 1996 as a social inclusion project within the Borough of Essex to support adults with a learning disability to become more independent, more socially included and active in active role in defining and running their own provision. The project has a membership base of over 250 people with up to 85 using the service weekly. It employs over 22 staff and has 10 volunteers that support the project in a variety of ways including administration and service provision. The project actively promotes employment for people with disabilities and directly employs 6 members of staff with a learning disability.
There is also a very important topic we will be talking about regarding autism coming up in the news and matters arising in the world. It’s about educating and reinstating to people that people with autism are not ‘animals who act violently or misbehaved’. We need to show the importance of promoting autism out there, across the world in the community and try to prevent autism in being seen in a bad light, but rather more, letting it be seen in a positive way and the endless potential those on the Autism Spectrum have.
Join us in the chat room to join in on the discussion, and don’t forget that you can also call in on the call in number on 1-619-393-2848 or via the Skype link.
Find out more about Positively Autistic by visiting our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
Join us tomorrow for Positively Autistic’s weekly show of The Magazine Show, Sundays. Today’s show will be presented by Co-Founder Joe Westlake and volunteer/radio show host Sarah Scrimshaw.
On the show today, we’re going to be giving you lots of updates on Positively Autistic and have a general chatter around what’s going on with autism lately. As well we this, we’d like to talk about how it was Positively Autistic’s three year anniversary on Thursday since the organisation was established. As always, everyone is welcome along, and we will be joined by some close friends and team members to update us on their radio shows.
As always, you can join us in the chat room, call in on 1-619-393-2848 or you can call in via the Skype link. We look forward to hearing from you.
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's show will be broadcast live from Brisbane during the Asperger Services Australia 3rd National Conference - Human Being on the Spectrum - http://www.asperger.asn.au/index.php/events-zap-calendar/bookings/3rd-national-conference
Jeanette's guests will be drawn from speakers and delegates from the conference who want to participate. There will be a spontaneous conversation around the conference and Autism more generally. It promises to be a great show.
Hello and welcome to this week's show at the unusual time and day of Friday. This week, we'll be having Jeanette Purkis on to talk all about her work as an author and writer on the Autistic Spectrum. As well as this, we'll be taking a look at autism in society and looking at things such as mental health, education and the support that's given for those with autism.
We will also be joined by our team member and radio show host Marilyn Ann Francis. She will be joining in on the discussion as she has lots of experience on autism. We will also be hearing some poetry from Marilyn.
You can join us in the chat room to join in on the discussion and you can also call in to speak with us on 1-619-393-2848 or call in via the Skype link. We look forward to hearing from you.
To find out more about Positively Autistic, visit our Facebook page at: http://www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
Join us today for the brand new re-launch of Positively Autistic: The Magazine Show, presented to you by Co-Founder Joe Westlake and Radio Show Host Sara Scrimshaw. We will be live at 8pm BST, 3pm EST, 1pm MST and 12-noon PST.
On the show today, we will be talking to our close friend Gordon Brennan from Canada, who we will be asking him all about his role as current Mayor Candidate for Oakville, Ontario, Canada. Gordon is the Father of 11 year-old Colin Brennan who is on the Autism Spectrum. Colin is a singer and will be talking to us all about what he has been up to. As well as this, Gordon will be telling us about some of the upcoming events that they will both be attending.
We also have some fantastic news about our official Facebook page, Positively Autistic. We have recently reached the huge milestone of achieving 4,000 likes, so we will also be talking about the success of this and what it means to us.
Don't forget you can also join us in the chat room to post your questions, as well as using the call-in number to chat with us on 1-619-393-2848 or you can call in via the Skype link.
Welcome to this week's live episode of Positively Autistic: The Magazine Show presented by Founder Tracy Roberts and Co-Founder Joe Westlake and Radio Show Host Sarah Scrimshaw. We will be live at 7pm BST, 2pm EST, 12-noon MST and 11am PST.
This week on the show we will be speaking to Anna Kennedy, owner of Anna Kennedy Online; an Autism Organisation based in London helping families affected by Autism. Anna runs the annual "Autism's Got Talent" show, where many of those on the Autism Spectrum participate in a talent show. As well as this, Anna will be running her second annual "Wear It For Autism" event this October 6th, after a successful Fashion Show for those on the Autism Spectrum last year. Those who have won will have a makeover from top to toe. Here is what Anna has to say about the upcoming event: "We are counting down the days in the office to the Charity Fashion Show. Excitement is building from all winners and supporters of the show, such as Models of Diversity and Pineapple Performing Arts. All winners will receive a top to toe makeover and strut their stuff along the catwalk and red carpet. Each category will be presented by celebrities. It will be an emotional and fun evening!"
We will also be speaking to Dani Bowman, owner of Powerlight Animation Studios in LA California. Dani, 19, is on the Autism Spectrum and has won the place for the Wear It For Autism show this year for the "Adult with Autism" place, so we will be talking to Dani all about this, find out what she is most looking forward to about coming to England as her first time visiting and what she is most looking forward to about the Wear It For Autism event.
Find out more about Positively Autistic on our Facebook page; www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
Welcome to this week's show, on this week's show we have Anna Kennedy joining us, to give us a feedback on the Wear it for Autism Event.
As well as this, Sarah will also will be updating us on the Autism Partnership Board meeting, and what was discussed and what is being implemented in our area.
Don't forget that you can join us in the chat room and you can also call in on 1-619-393-2848, or you can call in via the Sype link to join in on the discussion.
To find out more about Positively Autistic, visit our Facebook page via the link: http://www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic
This week on the show, we will be talking to Dion Oxley, the owner and creator of the app “Quizling” – it’s available on the App Store for iOS. Join us at 6:30pm BST, 1:30pm EST and 10:30am PST.
We will be finding out from Dion all about Quizling – the quiz game and how the app has done over the past year since we last spoke to Dion, when the app, designed to provide quiz games that will challenge your kids in class.
It’s sure to be a great show, so don’t forget that you can join us in the chat room, to join in, post your comments and get involved. Also, you can get involved by calling in if you have any questions on the call in number which is 1-619-393-2848, or you can call in via the Skype link.
To find out more about Positively Autistic, please visit our Facebook page via this link: http://www.facebook.com/PositivelyAutistic