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Special Needs Kids Are People Too!

Amy Bodkin EdS

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Welcome to the Special Needs Kids are People Too! Podcast with Amy Bodkin, EdS. Amy is an Autistic adult who also happens to be a School Psychologist turned Special Needs Consultant and Public Speaker! Amy is an Advocate for seeing every child as a person, not a diagnosis because a special needs kid is just like any other child, just more so! You can find out more about Amy’s advocacy work at AmyBodkin.com.
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Welcome to Parenting Impossible, the podcast dedicated to empowering and supporting the disability community. Hosted by Annette Hines, this podcast was born out of a mission to combat the scattered and sometimes inaccurate information that parents and caregivers of disabled adult children often face. In each episode, we delve into the pressing questions and concerns that weigh on the minds of the entire special needs community including those with autism, intellectual disabilities, physical ...
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The Special Needs Success

Tiffany C. Everett

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Hosted by TIffany C. Everett. The goal of this podcast is to host discussions with experts and provide you a daily dose of inspiration, motivation,and resources relating various conditions were working through in my family that will help you feel more confident while navigating these challenges.
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The Coffee Klatch Special Needs Radio

The Coffee Klatch

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Award winning, world renowned authors, psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians, advocates and respected children's foundations join us to help you better understand a special needs child.... and yourself. You are your child's best advocate - if not you then who - become an informed educated parent here at The Coffee Klatch.
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Office of Special Needs EFMP Podcast

Military OneSource

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Learn about the DOD Exceptional Family Member Program. Get information, tips and resources to help you navigate the special education needs of your family member and the demands of military life. The DOD Special Needs Program podcast is an official resource of the Department of Defense. For more information, visit MilitaryOneSource.mil or call 800-342-9647. Military OneSource is your 24/7 connection to information, answers and support to help you reach your goals, overcome challenges and thrive.
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Welcome to The Collective Voice. This podcast was designed to share stories from 2 very unique groups of people that I have bonded with and continue to draw strength from: parents of children with special needs and women veterans. Here you will have a chance to listen in on some of the good, the bad, the disturbing, and the inspirational things that encompass our lives.
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Welcome to Thriving in the Midst of Chaos! This show is about surviving parenthood while having a child with special needs, while attempting to keep your self and your sanity intact. We share our experiences and discuss how we survived, what worked for us, and what didn’t work for us. This is a nonjudgmental space, to realize that we all actually WILL live through this and to make thriving in parenthood an actual possibility. We will also be sharing fails, nails, and comical tales, as well a ...
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This show is for anyone who is raising a child with neurological differences. Raising a child with autism and epilepsy like my daughter Remy, I have learned quite a few lessons about the special needs world and the evolution of growth as a mom. In this show, we discuss all of it. Parenting, marriage, the autism world, epilepsy world and everything in between. Welcome, I am so glad you stopped by
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As a caregiver life can be filled with lots of love and many challenges. Caring for a loved one can sometimes lead to loneliness, which can make one ask, “Why Me?” At the days end and you’re tucking your loved one in for the night. You can reflect on how much you love them. You wake up the next day to do it all over again, facing good days and bad. But, it’s the love that fills the void. It’s a smile or they look at you, knowingly. It’s a little spark in their eyes that tells you that God wi ...
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Special Needs Supermom podcast

Nadine van Lierop

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Nadine van Lierop is a special needs mom and mentor, ranked top 50 global neurodiverse evangelists on Linkedin, ADHD happiness coach, author of a children’s book for the youngest kids dealing with juvenile arthritis, international copywriter, podcaster, illustrator, and board member of the Dutch Juvenile Arthritis Association. Running, quilting and Starbucks keep her sane. It’s her mission to help fellow special needs and neurodiverse supermoms find and recharge their superpowers. * Need som ...
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We are the UK’s leading education provider for children and young people with special educational needs, as evidenced by sector leading Ofsted judgements and our unmatched placement stability, school attendance and outcomes for young people. Our unique integrated team around the child model and inspirational environments are key to the seamless delivery of education, care and therapeutic support. This enables children and young people to thrive in and outside of the classroom and, coupled wi ...
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In this episode we talk all about Interoception with Whitney Whitten of Sensational Moms! Whitney is an Occupational Therapist turned Coach who likes to encourage moms to address their own sensory needs, and it all begins with Interoception! What is Interoception and how can it impact your home? Join us today and find out! Show Notes: https://amybo…
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When I started volunteering as an adult in the library at my old elementary school , I found out a few of my teachers were still here. Mrs. Dixon, and Mrs. Dennison both recognized me almost 20 years after I was in the class. Mrs Dixon remembered my name first and then Mrs. Dennison tried to put a face to the name. Once she made the connection she …
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On this episode of SENsational, we're delighted to be joined by our new podcast host, Laura Oliver, Senior Occupational Therapist from our Group, plus our guest Lorraine Titchener, Head Teacher at Lavender Lodge, for a discussion exploring strategies to support neurodivergent children and young people in school. We discuss common misconceptions abo…
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In this episode we talk about Kids and Electronics: Yes or No? This is probably one of the biggest topics in parenting circles today whether you homeschool or not, whether your kids have a disability or not. And it is not an easy topic to navigate because it is one that most parents haven't experienced, at least not in the same way that their kids …
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It can be difficult for families to find fitness classes oriented toward individuals with different abilities, whether neurodivergence or physical. However, an emerging fitness category is designed for those who need adaptive and inclusive therapy. On this episode of Parenting Impossible, Annette sits down with guest Karen Hurley, a physical therap…
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This is the last episode of our Q&A series -- Q&A: All About Special Needs Homeschooling! We will have a few more episodes before we break for the season, but this will be the last in our Q&A series. To date, I have never done an episode just on homeschooling! So today I get the opportunity to share with you all about my journey as a homeschooler a…
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We're joined by Helen Rutherford, a specialist sleep practitioner from The Sleep Charity, who has several years of experience supporting neurodiverse children and young people with sleep. In this episode, she discusses the common sleep challenges experienced by children with special educational needs, expert tips and strategies for supporting your …
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What are the challenges of being a neurodivergent woman? We are taking a break from our Q&A series this week to address this question! Michelle Markman of ND Coach, Inc is my guest this week, and she works to empower high-masking, high-achieving women, particularly those who have been late-diagnosed or self-diagnosed autistic (or otherwise neurodiv…
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Our next Q&A is all about ACT/SAT Testing Accommodations, a topic of great concern to those with high schoolers. Today we will be answering important questions like: Which test should my student take? How do I apply for accommodations? What kinds of accommodations could I possibly apply for? Is there anyone who can help with this process? You can e…
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We're joined by Kirsty Doyle, Entrepreneur & Fashion Designer, discussing how she works with young people to build aspiration as they enter the world of work. On this episode of SENsational, Kirsty shares her experience of her entrepreneurial journey, talking about her set-backs and challenges, and how she has worked with children and young people …
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In this episode, you’ll learn about a boy named Johnny who is 12 years old on the autism spectrum as his mother takes you through the journey the obstacles in the challenges that he faces are a daily basis
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Our next Q&A is all about Misophonia, a condition where a person experiences a decreased tolerance for certain sounds. To help us understand more about Misophonia, I have asked Doctor of Audiology Rae Stout to join me! Dr. Stout is an Autistic Audiologist that has taken a particular interest in using low gain hearing aids to help children not only …
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Today is all about Primitive Reflexes! And I invited Sarah Collins of Homeschool OT to help us out as we dive into this topic! Sarah is not just a talented OT. She is also a homeschool mom with lived experience with retained primitive reflexes! What are primitive reflexes? Primitive reflexes are things that our bodies naturally do as babies but tha…
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On this SENsational episode, we are joined by Maggie Morton and Laura Oliver, Occupational Therapists for Witherslack Group as they discuss children's most common sensory-seeking behaviours and the best ways to support them. They also explore sensory regulation, sensory overload and the best strategies and activities that can be integrated into the…
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This Is Why We Homeschool - Part 2! Last week's episode addressed some questions that could all be answered with the sentence: "This is why we homeschool!" This week I want to expound on that idea by explaining the inverse of why we homeschool! When people ask why we homeschool, what they sometimes really want to know is, "Why don't you go to schoo…
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This is why we homeschool! We are continuing our Q&A series this week, and all of the questions for today’s episode can all be answered with the sentence: "This is why we homeschool!" There are so many things that can make life more difficult for those of us with needs that fall outside the average. Sensory processing differences can be especially …
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We are continuing our Q&A series this week. All of the questions for today’s episode will focus on how to effectively shoulder the responsibility of advocating for others. There is no doubt that advocating for others does place a burden on the advocate, no matter how much we love and care about the person we are advocating for. This burden is doubl…
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Navigating the complexities of the special needs community is fraught with challenges, and the current workforce crisis in the disability sector is a cliff we're all facing together. Annette has seen firsthand how the pandemic has eroded the support program landscape as a special needs mom, attorney, and author. It's time we discuss the dire statis…
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We are continuing our Q&A series this week. All of the questions for today’s episode will focus on inspiring confidence in our children. Parents wrote in asking about their struggles with helping their children to not only understand themselves but also accept themselves. Can we help our children become more confident in themselves? If so, how? Joi…
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Ever wondered if your young person might need an EHCP? Simone Mattinson, Partnerships Manager for our Group, shares her first-hand experience from a parent and professional perspective. From exploring how to navigate the EHCP process to details of a draft EHCP, plus many more interesting insights worth knowing. For more details on the EHCP process,…
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As the clock struck midnight, marking the start of a new year, Annette found herself immersed in a flood of memories and significant events. On this episode of Parenting Impossible, carrying the weight of sorrow from the loss of her beloved daughter Elizabeth but strengthened by ten years of affection and the development of the Special Needs Law Gr…
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We are beginning 2024 with a series of podcast episodes on questions asked by members of my Facebook group! All of the questions for today's episode, the first episode of the new year, focus on how we can find balance. Parents wrote in asking how they could find balance in helping their children but also enjoying their children. They asked how to f…
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For the last episode of 2023, I felt like it was important to remind all the moms out there that you are people too! 2023 has been a hard year for many people I know (myself included), and sometimes this time of year can bring some extra stress. Sometimes we, as moms, need a reminder that as people we also have needs that are worthy of being cared …
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I recorded this episode back in the spring before I got sick, and so Amanda's book, Low-Demand Parenting, has already been out for several months. The conversation we had was quite fascinating! As it turns out, Amanda Diekman is also an Autistic adult who thinks in patterns! I have found that when an Autistic adult who thinks in patterns writes a b…
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Join us for a discussion with Wendy Yeo, Head Teacher of our Castlefell School, and Arron Hutchinson, Education Training Director of The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity, exploring ways to support your child settle into a new school. Whether it is the jump from primary to secondary or transitioning to a SEN provision, they have top tips and s…
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Special Needs and the Christmas season. Recipe for overwhelm and meltdowns. That's why in this episode I share my favorite grounding exercise to stop the overwhelm and find my inner calm. Even when you're in a crowded supermarket or at a big family gathering. Plus an extra exercise using the 5 senses that can also help snap out of the overwhelm. If…
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One of the hardest things to support a child through is the hateful acts of others, especially as many children feel powerless to stand up against it. I cannot tell you the number of times I have heard a child say, “No one cares what I think. I’m just a kid.” This has been a tough year for my own children. One of the ways I can support them is by g…
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On this episode, we are joined by Dr Inyang Takon, Consultant Paediatrician with expertise in Neurodevelopmental and Neurobehavioral Disorders. It's always good to hear the perspective of a practicing medial professional who is also Black. We discuss: - Why she chose to work in Paediatrics... she obviously doesn't agree with the saying 'never work …
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Join me for a wonderful talk with the author of The Christmas Menorahs, Dr. Janice Cohn, a psychotherapist in New Jersey and New York who specializes in healing trauma. The Christmas Menorahs tells a very important story about how ordinary citizens fought back against antisemitism in Billings, Montana. Anytime anyone is dehumanized, it puts us all …
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Thanksgiving is a holiday, when people gather with their families and friends and count their blessings, and I did just that. Our family came in from New York and we had a great time. Our final day together was spent at Universal Orlando and that is where my podcast is coming from. I would like to thank my sister, brother-in law, mother and our cou…
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Learn about the new EFMP policy, the Defense Department’s effort to standardize EFMP across the services and provide consistent, seamless support for families with special medical and/or educational needs. Find out what changes are being made to the monitoring and oversight process of the program. Monitoring and oversight involves the collection of…
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Learn how respite care has been standardized across the services and what that means for families. Find out what changes were made, the new process for determining eligibility and what branches will be impacted the most. Respite care provides caregivers a temporary break by giving them the opportunity to put their family member in someone else’s ca…
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Learn about changes to EFMP Family Support services. Family Support assists families with navigating and accessing the support they need, providing information and referrals as well as nonclinical case management support. The changes to Family Support are part of the Defense Department’s new standardization policy for EFMP. The changes ensure suppo…
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Learn about enhancements to the Exceptional Family Member Program assignment coordination process and how military families can benefit from these changes. During EFMP assignment coordination, medical and military personnel departments work with service members and families to coordinate assignments and ensure that the special medical and education…
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Learn about recent enhancements to the Exceptional Family Member Program identification and enrollment process for military families with special medical and/or educational needs. These enhancements are a result of an updated EFMP policy that ensures consistency across the services. Host Bruce Moody speaks with Tomeshia Barnes of the Defense Depart…
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Did you know that children with disabilities were also targeted during the Holocaust? And as such it can make learning about the Holocaust a very different experience for kids with disabilities. This topic is even more relevant today in light of recent events. What are the things we need to consider when educating our children, in general, and spec…
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Sometimes, it’s essential to step back and assess the path we're on - that's exactly what I did this year. After years of fighting the impacts of a global crisis on both my personal and professional life, I made the radical decision to take a sabbatical year. A year to disconnect from “extracurriculars” and focus on my business, my team, and myself…
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After a long hiatus, we are happy to welcome you back to Season 2! We will be exploring different community members' people perspectives on the issue of disability acceptance and what that looks like for them. Are you ready?
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I am so glad to be back doing podcasts again! I have been through a very difficult 7 months with my health, and we are still not through it yet, but I am feeling better! So welcome back! Join me and my thoughts on health, neurodiversity, Autism, trauma, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, and Cancer. I hope you enjoy the update and some of the thoughts that ha…
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LUMUS - “I solemnly swear I am up to no good!”Todays episode of Challenges and Choices deals with one of my personal favorites and something I grew up with — “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter!” My guest today is my friend Tressa who has an equal fandom of The Wizarding World. For the record, we are both House of Gryffindor. We will be discussing…
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We believe that every child or young person deserves access to inspirational education, regardless of their unique learning requirements or needs. Susan Gill, Head Teacher from our Bridgeway School, talks us through the unique benefits of Special Educational Needs schools and some of the amazing outcomes of pupils who have flourished the support th…
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In today's episode, Joey joined the Knights of Columbus organization in Clearwater at Light of Christ Church. This volunteer group will talk about a car show they will be hosting at St. Catherine of Siena Church on Saturday November 4, 2023 from 10:00 am - 2:30 pm. The car show is a competition with 150 cars on display. Money raised at the car show…
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There are so many moving parts to home life, right? From school runs to meal times and everything in between, how can it all be managed? In our latest episode of our podcast, SENsational, we explore managing a neurodiverse household with Tracy Bowyer, Parenting Co-Ordinator from The ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity. Thank you for listening, a…
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Ever felt the pangs of frustration trying to navigate public spaces with a disability or care for someone who does? This frustration fueled the journey of an extraordinary parent advocating for change, Jayme Betts who serves as the Massachusetts Chapter Leader of the Changing Spaces Campaign. She shares an illuminating exploration of her mission to…
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What's one of the biggest issues most special needs families worry about? Housing. This episode unlocks the complexities of the intricate world of housing for those with some form of intellectual or developmental disability or (IDD) with the help of special guest, Pam Blanton, founder and CEO of Partners4Housing. Tune in to discover how Partners4Ho…
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What happens when a mother’s fierce love for her special needs child intertwines with her passion for photography? Magic! Join us on this heartwarming journey with Marcie Randall, a dedicated mother, and an exceptional photographer, as she turns her struggles and triumphs navigating the healthcare system for her medically fragile son into a beacon …
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Could you imagine being a mom and an Assistive Technology Specialist, honeycombing through multiple strategies to craft tools that best support your special needs child? Well, meet Cheryl Farley. A passionate mother and a specialist who's spent years perfecting this very craft. She's graced us with her story, detailing the educational journey of he…
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The intensity of grief can feel like an insurmountable mountain. A profound loss, the passing of Host Annette Hines' beloved daughter, Elizabeth, led her down a path of unimaginable pain, reshaping her identity as a mother and her life. Through the waves of grief, Annette discovered a lifeline in a local grief group, offering a haven where she coul…
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About why you should never wait till you really have the time to start following your dream or pick up that hobby you love. Because let's be honest, as a special needs supermom there is always something going on or something to do. Stay sane 🧘 Stay happy 💃 mom. Nadine Need some more help to find and recharge your superpowers? Follow me on: - IG: @s…
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