In October, an interview with Ilia K. Walsh, Executive Director of The Spectrum Strategy Group. This one-hour podcast, Episode #33 in a series called, “Autism in Real Life,” focuses on sensory processing challenges and practical strategies to help those who have an autism spectrum diagnosis.
In November, an interview with Brigitte Shipman, BMV Life Coach and founder of the Mother’s Guide Through Autism Show. The hour-long program covers Carol’s unexpected journey of becoming an SPD expert while teaching preschool, leading to her current focus on promoting In-Sync activities for all children.
In October, an interview with Matt George at Sensory Friendly Solutions. This hour-long conversation is Episode #5 in a 10-part deep dive into the world of your senses, sensory sensitivity, and sensory overload. Occupational therapist Christel Seeberger and the Sensory Friendly Solutions team selected this interview as one of three to be included in the Sensory Integration Education Virtual Autumn Conference in the United Kingdom.
Aired in November. Interview with Rhianne Crispe, an Australian occupational therapist and parent of children with SPD, at Homebase Hope, a podcast dedicated to empowering and inspiring parents of children with autism. Discussion covers what SPD is, how it impacts your child, and what you can do to help your child.
Aired September 27 on CUTV News Talk Radio. A conversation about SPD and how parents can put on imaginary “sensory spectacles” to understand their child’s sensory needs.
An interview in a series with Rhiannon Crispe, an Australian occupational therapist and founder of Homebase Hope: All About Autism, which is devoted to autism awareness, action and inclusion. Click here.
Posted January 23.
A Debinar with Dr. Deb Em Wilson about SPD’s effect on adolescents and young adults.
Deb Wilson, founder of S’cool Moves, is a reading specialist, collaboration coach, and passionate advocate for children who think and learn differently. Her special interest is in helping occupational therapists collaborate with teachers in schools.
Posted November 4 at BAM Radio Early Childhood Development.
Interview with Rae Pica and Jill Berkowicz, Ed.D. “Cliff Notes” on Sensory Processing Disorder — What are the indicators in a classroom setting? How can teachers effectively respond?
Rae is an early childhood education keynote speaker and an active learning and moving expert. She helps educators focus on whole child development and hosts the BAM Radio Network, reaching a wide audience of people passionately committed to quality education. Jill is an author, consultant, and adjunct professor at SUNY New Paltz.
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