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: 241

Autism Parenting Secrets

Len Arcuri, Cass


Are you a parent of a child with Autism? Are you ready to rise above the diagnosis? Each week on Autism Parenting Secrets, we are going to share how you can rise up and become the parent you need to be.

May, 2020

Autism Journeys

Autism Journeys podcast


Unlike other interviews, the roles are reversed in today’s episode, with me in the hot seat and the autistic SLT (and my eldest son) Caolan McCarthy leading the session, where he interviews me about my personal autism journey.

Jul, 2018

Women with Autism Podcast



In this episode, hosts Katherine Cody, Psy.D. and Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS speak with Liane Holliday Willey, Ed.D.. Liane is a psycholinguist who works as an education consultant, author, and equestrian team therapist in a variety of settings from the classroom to the barn. She is also a woman who was diagnosed with Asperger syndrome when she was in her mid-30’s. During her presentations to the autism community, Liane pulls from her personal, academic and professional experience to keep her talks timely, thought provoking, motivational, and fun. The three discuss Liane’s diagnosis with Asperger’s syndrome, what led her to share her experiences through writing, the roadblocks that exist for women on the spectrum, and Liane’s heroes and inspirations.

Jul, 2017

The Waking Up To Autism Podcast

Claire Krost


Waking Up To Autism founder and mother to two Autistic children, Claire Krost, hosts this incredible Podcast series to talk all things Autism and Neurodivergent related. Neurodivergent guest speakers share their views, insights and incredible stories to help create awareness and promote acceptance.

May, 2022

All Autism Talk

All Autism Talk


All Autism Talk is all about connections. It provides valuable insights and topical posts from people of every walk of the autism community. It’s a great source of informative pieces grounded in science and medicine. Listen to it online.

Jan, 2014

All Autism Talk

All Autism Talk


All Autism Talk is all about connections. It provides valuable insights and topical posts from people of every walk of the autism community. It’s a great source of informative pieces grounded in science and medicine. Listen to it online.

Jan, 2014

Turn Autism Around

Dr. Mary Barbera


Turn Autism Around is a great podcast for those who work in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy and any parents interested in learning how to support their children past the early years. You can check it out on Spotify.

Jan, 2019

Hacking Autism

Kelsey Terry


Hacking Autism is one of a handful of podcasts led by an adult on the spectrum. Because of this, it’s an intimate and personal glimpse into the life of someone whose life is deeply impacted by their identity as a person with autism. Find it on Spotify.

Oct, 2018

Spectrum Autism Research



Spectrum is leading the way on autism’s hottest research topics, so it comes as no surprise that their podcast is just as educational and intriguing as their other media. You can listen to it on Spotify. Check this one out for frequent summaries on the newest studies and opinion pieces related to autism

Oct, 2019

The Autism Helper Podcast

The Autism Helper


The Autism Helper Podcast is available on Spotify, and is one of the top rated autism podcasts available. With frequent posts lasting around 20 minutes, this podcast is informative and focused on strategies meant to improve the lives of those on the spectrum. Plus, it’s run by a BCBA!

Nov, 2018

Fore! Autism Podcast

Merrick and Dr. Shanok


Merrick Egber & Nate Shanok bring you Els for Autism’s® first podcast, Fore Autism! Merrick and Dr. Shanok discuss how autism has affected Merrick. They also discuss autism news and current events around the world.

Jun, 2020

The Chronicles of Autism Moms

Health & Fitness:Mental Health


Summary The episode includes Suzana, Maha, Reen and Alison sharing their unique experiences of choosing a shadow teacher (learning support teacher), or not, for their child and how that affected them and their lives as women, mothers, and professionals. Topics 00:00 - This Life, the chronicles of Autism moms podcast, series 1 episode 8 – To Shadow or not to Shadow. 00:30 - Alison kicks off the show 01:40 Reen, can you explain why you felt it was necessary to have a shadow

Feb, 2022

The Middletown Centre for Autism Podcast

Gaeloideachas Podcast


"In recent years, the number of autism classes in Irish-medium and Gaeltacht schools has greatly increased. So too has the number of children benefiting from Irish-medium education and the immersion model from naíonra onwards. The panel will share some of the benefits of Irish-medium and Gaeltacht education for autistic children and young people, as well as some tips and advice for colleagues working in the sector. They will also share some insights into unique issues facing those working in Irish-medium education to support autistic pupils and students reach their full potential. "

Jun, 2020

Embracing Autism



Season 4: Work To Be Done launches Friday, April 1, 2022, everywhere you stream podcasts! Keep yourself up to date with all things Embracing Autism by following us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @AutismWish to stay up-to-date with live events, giveaways, monthly support group access, and more! Want to show […]

May, 2021

Crohn's & Autism Awareness Advocate

Mason Milne


"Today I am joined with Crystal who is one of the founders of the Tardis Fam! She explains about it in more depth in this episode! Crystal's partner is autistic and on the spectrum! We talk about The Doctor shows autistic traits, we transverse into the stranger things universe. The latest season is based in 1986 where not many would be aware of what Autism is things were very different then. A character in the show Stranger Things called ""Robin"" shows social cues and its very shy when meeting new people in the year of 2022 she would be classed as an autistic person on the spectrum as me and Crystal discussed. But unfortunately it's mathematically impossible the show to in force a diagnosis for Robin. "

Apr, 2020

Spectrumly Speaking

Spectrumly Speaking


(38 minutes) In this episode, hosts Haley Moss and Dr. Lori Butts speak with Esperanza Padilla. Esperanza is a self-advocate who discovered her Autism/ADHD later-in-life, fueling her passion for sociological research on Neurodiversity. Esperanza has extensive experience with self-advocacy to promote inclusion and support of Neurodivergent students at UC Berkeley through her tenure as Executive of Education (2020-2021) and Co-President of Spectrum: Autism at Cal (2021-2022). At Cal Esperanza conducted research investigating the causes/consequences of masking for Autistic adults and how to foster unmasking. Now she is excited to expand on this line of research as an incoming graduate student for a Ph.D. in Sociology at the University of California, San Francisco!

Apr, 2017

Mind Your Autistic Brain Talk Show

Mind Your Autistic Brain


WOW 2021 went by so fast and here we are in 2022 already!! I share some of the big things from the Mind Your Autistic Community in 2021, some personal wins for me and how YOU made it happen and What’s New on the Talk Show and in the MYAB community for 2022. There will be 4 new segments you won’t want to miss. Join me on Spotify to watch and listen to the talk show this year. Spotify has some great new engagement tools that will help deepen the conversation and connection here in our wonderful community, so don’t miss the polls, question and answer options AND the video options that are available for MYAB as one of the early creators being asked to participate in this new feature.

Jul, 2020

Autism Empowerment Podcast

Autism Empowerment


In today’s episode, we are reviewing the Spring 2022 issue of Spectrum Life Magazine, a nonprofit autistic-led publication from Autism Empowerment written by and for autistic, neurodivergent and disabilities communities. We’ll be talking about a new chapter for Autism Empowerment, sharing about our sister publication Zoom Autism Magazine and introducing listeners to new writers, creators, illustrators and columns that will be soon appearing at the AutismEmpowerment.org and SpectrumLife.org websites including #AskingAutistics, Bluebee TeeVee Autism Information Station for kids and A Day in the Lives of Autistic Adults.

Dec, 2020

The Autism in Black Podcast

Maria Davis-Pierre, LMHC


The Autism in Black Podcast is hosted by Maria Davis-Pierre, LMHC, and focuses on all things autism and the black parent experience. Our goal is to educate, support, and empower black parents to advocate not only for their children but for themselves as well. This week's episode of Autism in Black Podcast talks gives you a recap of the recently concluded AIB Virtual Conference 2022. Let's talk about what transpired during the conference, what we learned and what were our takeaways from this event. Additionally, we will know about what we have to look forward to after the conference.

Nov, 2019

Autism and The Human

Limbic Noodle


This episode addresses how autistic people are commodified within the neoliberal capitalistic system. They are made into products within an educational and health care system that includes abusive practices such as Applied Behavior Analysis. I discuss some of the worst examples of this abuse, including the torture of autistic children at the Judge Rotenberg Center

Jun, 2022

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