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Special Needs Kids

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Son of authors Jeff and Jill Stimpson, along with his parents will be on the show today. They'll let me in on what it is like to have a brother and son on the autism spectrum.

Jeff is back to share how summer has gone for his autistic boy Alex and typically developing boy Ned. We'll discuss summer camp, and getting ready to go back to school.

Jeff, and hopefully his wife Jill, will be back to talk more about everything we didn't get to discuss the first time. Therapy, why and why not. Keeping the marriage together and how is Alex doing at day camp?

Talking to us about why she developed a seriese of OT DVDs. Jackie is a mom of a son who has an autism and Sensory Processing Disorder. I've delevoped quite a passion for the drug free treatment - so much so that I created OT dvds... more

Erik and Jennie made a movie about thier son's experience with the Autism diagnosis. Do our kids have autism, or is it just Autistic - Like? http://www.autisticlike.com/ www.lifespeakspoetrytherapy.com

Dee is sharing her story of visiting a special needs kids camp with her Cocker spaniel and longhaired ShihTzu along with how she started her business to help the dogs who help us humans.

Ros, owns Ficklets which was inspired by her daughter, Gem's, need for something fun and motivational. Her daughter has mental retardation. Please listen in to our conversation.

Jeff Stimpson, father, and author of Alex the Boy: Episodes From a Family's Life With Autism is here with his wife to share their story of raising Alex and Ned while living in New York city.

Sally Brown talks to me today about why she wrote the book The Big Red Bike and why she started her own business to help kids and adults with mobility issues while she copes with having Cerebral Palsy.

My guest today is Shannon Cherry.