Podcasts are primarily for parents and professionals who deal with children with Autism. They inspire, inform and support families and children with Autism. At times, they also highlight Autism related associations, apps and experiences.
Here is a list of Podcasts related to Autism.
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National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities (NCBDDD)
This podcast discusses autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a developmental disability that causes problems with social, communication, and behavioral skills. CDC estimates that one in 68 children has been identified as having ASD
Autism Science Foundation
Through the Autism Science Foundation, doctors and parents work to support and promote ASD research and awareness. Their weekly podcast summarizes emerging information about ASD. Episodes cover a wide range of topics, like relationships and sexuality, research news, funding, genetics, and therapies.
Curly Hair Project
Alis Rowe not only lives with Asperger’s syndrome herself, she’s also written about 20 books on the subject. Through the Curly Hair Project, Rowe and Helen Eaton — whose child has ASD — are helping to break down the boundaries and build relationships between “neurotypical” people and “neurodiverse” individuals who are on the spectrum. In this episode of “Word of Mouth” from the BBC, Michael Rosen speaks with them about what it’s like to have an ASD, especially relating to communication.
New situations and unfamiliar surroundings can be particularly uncomfortable for those with ASD. But instead of sheltering his son with autism, Dr. James Best wanted to help him go beyond his limits. Best’s hope was that by taking his son way out of his comfort zone on a trip to Africa, he would help him develop adaptive life skills. Best admits it took an enormous amount of “drama, personal anguish, and soul searching,” but that his son did make incredible strides. Listen to the interview on “Babytalk” to hear his story, from the trauma of diagnosis and seeing positives in autism, to their journey to Africa.
Talk About Curing Autism (TACA)
“Moving Autism Forward” is presented by Talk About Curing Autism (TACA), a nonprofit dedicated to helping families impacted by the disorder. Their mission is to empower families to find the best treatments and to foster a supportive community. Through the podcast, TACA shares personal stories and perspectives on autism, as well as emerging research and treatments. Tune in for expert talks on issues like the best advice for parents, and legal challenges the community faces.
The University of California’s television outlet helps bring the university system’s cutting edge discoveries, as well as relevant educational information, to the public. Several episodes focus on autism, from genetics to diagnosis to therapies. They also have expert Q&A’s that may just answer some of your pressing questions.
AutismShow.org Catherine Pascuas
The Autism Show is an educational podcast online radio created for autism parents and educators. This is a weekly interview show allowing leading autism advocates, authors, educators, and organizations to share their inspirational stories and best resources with the global autism community. Listen to a new episode every Tuesday for support, resources, facts, entertainment and inspiration for autism parents, educators and practitioners working with children on the Autism Spectrum. Topics include behavior therapy, autism apps and other topics related to autism spectrum disorders.
Each podcast interviews different professionals, parents and people on the spectrum to hear about their views, experience or advice on the focus area.
All Autism Talk
Connecting the Autism Community One Podcast at a Time" Our podcast offers a friendly conversation with inspiring individuals in the autism community. Our aim is to provide valuable insights and information as well as access to support in communities throughout the United States. Join us! Know an inspiring group or individual we should talk to? We would love to hear from you at email@example.com
Autism One.org Talk Radio
At Autism One.org our outstanding parent hosts and autism experts focus on providing information, support, treatment, recovery, and prevention options for autism spectrum disorders. AutismOne.org Radio is brought to you by the AutismOne.org social network. Be your child’s most effective advocate and healer.
Autism Quality of Life
This is an interview-based podcast for problem solvers & action takers! Want to know what the current resources, programs, and services are for teens and adult with ASD? Then, this is the show for you! We highlight AUTISM INNOVATORS! Individuals who are making a difference in the field. - These innovators may be business owners, therapists, researchers, or family members who are improving quality of life for teenagers and adults diagnosed with Autism - and their caregivers! We highlight INSPIRING INDIVIDUALS with ASD! - We put the spotlight on teens and adults who are on the spectrum, who are utilizing their strengths to make a difference in their communities!
Autism One: A Conversation of Hope By Teri Arranga
Approximately 1 child in 50 is diagnosed with autism, which gives autism the undesired ranking as the most prevalent childhood developmental disorder in the United States. 67 children will be diagnosed today - that is nearly 1 child every 20 minutes. Autism is treatable and children are significantly improving or recovering following appropriate therapies. “Autism One: A Conversation of Hope” hosted by Teri Arranga, includes discussions with the most experienced doctors, researchers, and therapists in the field, parents of recovered children, and advocates for the children and families.
Autism Explained Podcast with Dr. Brittany Travers
In this episode of the Autism Explained, Inc podcast series, Dr. Mark interviews Dr. Brittany Travers about her exciting research into neuroimaging using MRI and fMRI of children with autism.
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