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.

We would love to get recommendations from you on any other podcasts for children with Autism that are not in this list. You could write to us at contact@autismconnect.com

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Total No. of Records: 107

Defend Your Life -- Vitamin D3: A Safe, Easy, and Inexpensive Approach to Improving Quality of Life, with Susan Rex Ryan, MS

Teri Arranga

Audio

Susan Rex Ryan, MS, author of the award-winning book Defend Your Life -- Vitamin D3: A Safe, Easy, and Inexpensive Approach to Improving Quality of Life, will inform listeners about the connection between vitamin D3 and health benefits, including those addressing underlying physiological issues inherent in an “autism” diagnostic label. What is vitamin D3? What does it do? What does it help? Susan will also talk about the “coincidence” of the rise in autism and the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency.

Sep, 2014

Writer & Actor on the Spectrum

The Autism Show

Audio

Ross K. Foad is a scriptwriter/actor/director best known as the leader of sketch comedy group “The Faction of Farce,” as well as being the founder of the long-running popular Sherlock Holmes comedy-drama “No Place Like Holmes.” Aside from acting, he is a prolific writer experienced in many mediums including Television, Feature Film, Web Series, Stage, comic books, and article writing. Ross shares his experience as a young adult on the spectrum on this episode of The Autism Show.

Dec, 1969

The Curly Hair Project

The Autism Show

Audio

Alis Rowe started the Curly Hair Project after writing her autobiography. Diagnosed at the age of 22 with Asperger’s Syndrome, Alis shares her knowledge of what it is like to be a young woman on the spectrum with parents, educators, and the autism community. Learn more about the Curly Hair Project on this episode.

Dec, 1969

Father & Daughter Autism Activism

The Autism Show

Audio

Robert and Elizabeth Tracy are a father and daughter autism activism team. Elizabeth shares her experience growing up and going to college. Listen to this episode of The Autism Show podcast to find out more about their work and their upcoming book.

Dec, 1969

Learning to Embrace Autism as a Mom

The Autism Show

Audio

Zuma Ayriyan went from style blogging to sharing her life with her son on the autism spectrum. Learn more about how she embraced autism in her family and how you can too.

Dec, 1969

From Bullying to Autism Activism

The Autism Show

Audio

Randa Habelrih is the mother of a child with autism. When her son experienced a bullying incident at school, it almost broke her heart. Instead of calling the school, she attempted to speak directly with his peers, so together with her daughter Emily, she created a video that very night. This video seemed to have hit a nerve, the emails of support, empathy, and encouragement clogged her inbox.

Dec, 1969

Sensorimotor Interventions for Autism

The Autism Show

Audio

Cara Koscinski, OT shares her latest book: Sensorimotor Interventions: Using Movement to Improve Overall Body Function. Fidgeting, decreased attention, and immature motor patterns can affect learning. Once body systems are in sync, a child’s behavior difficulties can decrease significantly.

Dec, 1969

Being an Autism Activist

The Autism Show

Audio

Joely Colmer is a young lady with a special gift, Asperger’s. She’s also a national and world award-winning autism activist and World Autism Ambassador. As a motivational speaker and an autism understanding trainer, she sparks positivity and understanding into the heart of the autistic community.

Dec, 1969

Back to School Tips for Autism

The Autism Show

Audio

SF is a woman with Asperger syndrome. She has worked in the field of social support and education since 2007 and is a passionate advocate in the Autism community. SF has been teaching a variety of student populations in Canada and the United States. She shares her tips for getting ready for the back-to-school season.

Dec, 1969

Harmony: A Family’s Struggle with Autism

The Autism Show

Audio

New York Times bestselling author (and autism parent), Carolyn Parkhurst shares her latest novel, Harmony. In ‘Harmony’, desperate parents seek help for their autistic daughter at a cultish camp. Learn about Carolyn’s inspiration for this great summer read.

Dec, 1969

Parents' thoughts on bullying

Raising Children Network

Video

In this short video, mums and dads share their experiences of bullying when they were at school. They discuss their thoughts and feelings on bullying in the adolescent and teenage years, including cyberbullying, and offer tips on helping children deal with bullying.

Dec, 2017

Children with ASD: getting a diagnosis

Raising Children Network

Video

In this podcast, parents talk about getting a diagnosis for a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Getting a diagnosis can take time – you might need to see several professionals before your child is diagnosed.

Sep, 2016

Special school or mainstream school

Raising Children Network

Video

parents of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) talk about choosing schools. They compare mainstream schools and special schools and talk about early intervention activities to get kids ‘school ready’. Some parents find a combination of special schooling and mainstream schooling works well at the start.

Feb, 2018

Bullying

Raising Children Network, with the Centre for Adolescent Health

Video

Psychologist Warren Cann talks with 3RRR radio host Jacinta Parsons about what bullying is and how to handle it.

Dec, 2017

AST 1: Successful teaching and support strategies (that will not just benefit autistic children, but ALL children!)

Steph Reed

Audio

There are lots of effective strategies that can really help children with autism including environmental and sensory input changes, adapting our communication, consistency, organisation, emotional regulation development, enhancing social interaction skills, understanding behaviour, using transition supports, visually structuring lessons and tasks as well as ensuring learning is engaging and exciting. In this episode I discuss these themes and how we can implement these strategies to help our autistic students achieve and be successful.

Jan, 2019

AST 2: Emotional regulation, behaviour, autism and severe learning difficulties with experienced teacher, Adem Cetindemar

Steph Reed

Audio

Adem Cetindemar, an experienced teacher, discuss what emotional regulation means, the importance of teaching regulating strategies to autistic students and the impact this can have on learning and everyday life.

Feb, 2019

AST 3: All aboard! Special interests with Richard Semmens and the Engine Shed

Steph Reed

Audio

Richard Semmens discusses the impact of the special interest group ‘The Engine Shed’ on the community and the importance of using special interests in engaging children and young people with autism.

Mar, 2019

The Autism Helper

Sasha Long

Audio

The Autism Helper Podcast explores different strategies to improve the lives of individuals with autism.

Nov, 2018

Turn Autism Around

Dr. Mary Barbara

Audio

Autism is explored through different angles, with insights into how to turn things around through interviews with top autism experts and stories from those touched personally by autism. This podcast ties all of this together by shifting the way we as professionals and parents look at and treat autism.

Jan, 2019

Josh Has Autism

Sonya King

Audio

This is a podcast about both having Autism and living with somebody who has Autism. This series brings perspectives of living on and with the Spectrum from Sonya King, her son Josh and various guests.

Nov, 2017

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