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Shifting the Narrative on Everything Autism

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”Shifting the Narrative” is a podcast that seeks to dispel the myths, misconceptions, and fears around Everything Autism. Stacy Badon is an Autism Education specialist, Sensory Enrichment Therapist, and Parent Coach, with previous experience as a Speech Therapist and Early Intervention teacher for public schools. She has 20+ years of professional experience supporting families in the Autism community, as well as global experience volunteering with nonprofit organizations. Torrin Kearns is an ...
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin speak with author/illustrator and mother/son duo Lynn and Jonathan Greenberg about their new children's book Robby the Dyslexic Taxi and the Airport Adventure. We spoke about the book's protagonist, a dyslexic Taxi named (you guessed it), Robby, who due to being dyslexic, struggles to read street signs. We a…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin are joined by Dominic Gordon, a recent graduate from Georgetown University, to discuss issues with inclusion in higher education, as well, as his inspiring personal story. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for o…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss some of the pseudo-disorders that are often used to avoid diagnosing a child with autism. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coaching with Stacy to help your child with autism reach their f…
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On this week's episode, Stacy discusses her recent trip to Guatemala to help rural families with their autistic children. What did she learn? What different challenges do these families face? What can be done to help these people? *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss fear-mongering, misinformation, confusion, and despair which often accompany a child's autism diagnosis. Torrin refers to this as The Autism. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coaching wit…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin wrap up their series on Autism and friendship by discussing the ways in which friendships among autistic adults often differ from neurotypical friendships. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coachi…
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Last week, Stacy and Torrin discussed autism and friendship among children. This week, they discuss what friendships look like between autistic adolescents. Do the dynamics change as they get older? How are they different from non-autistic teenagers? *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin begin a three-part series about autism and friendship. This first episode centers around elementary-aged children. -How can autistic children make friends? -Do autistic children even need to make friends? -If you are holding a birthday party for your autistic child, who should you invite? -How important is i…
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Y'all read the title. This week, Stacy and Torrin discussed the issues with situations were are commonly referred to as "inclusive" but are often times not at all. In many of these cases, autistic children either experience exclusion with extra steps or are being forced to conform for the benefit of others. Obviously, these situations are not good …
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On this week's episode, Stacy discusses Torrin's recent realization that he might be Dyslexic and how that learning disability has affected his life thus far. They also discussed how learning disabilities interact with Autism and how an autism diagnosis might mask these other disabilities. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve.…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss the finer points of employment for autistic young adults. -Why is finding the right job is important? -What are workplace accommodations? -Why Do Autistic People Struggle To Keep Jobs? *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If …
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This week, Stacy and Torrin have some fun discussing a fake disorder known as Virtual Autism. Basically, some doctor in Romania constructed a theory, backed up by zero scientific research, that screen time was giving toddlers autism-like symptoms. While the idea of Virtual Autism is BS, the potential for grifters to prey on vulnerable parents is a …
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Karina Saechao is a speech therapist and PhD candidate focusing on language understanding and use in the Black and African American population. Karina joined us to discuss the difficulties many autism families, especially autism families of color have accessing therapy and appropriate supports, such as AAC (Alternate and Augmentative Communication)…
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Laura Kerby returned to the podcast once again for more talk about PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance). This time, Laura also discussed: -Her counseling and assessment service: PAST (Positive Assessments and Suppor and Training. -Her new book: The Educator's Experience of Pathological Demand Avoidance -Her personal journey in becoming an autism edu…
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In our follow-up episode to last week's discussion on Caregiving, Stacy and Torrin again dive into the the topic. This week, they talk about the consequences of not making the right choices in caregiving for an autistic child. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are…
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On this episode, Stacy and Torrin talk about people who care give for a child with autism, and the tough choices they regularly need to make. We had so much to say, we had to split this topic into two episodes. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin tell you everything you'll need to know (hopefully) about navigating Halloween with your autistic child. -Custom is causing sensory hell? Do this. -When are autistic children to old to trick-or-treat? TL;DR: when people stop giving them candy. -What to do if your child can't say "trick-or-treat." -and more. …
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While taking a mental health day to clear her head, Stacy took a few moments to record this short, special episode of the podcast. In this episode, Stacy emphasizes the points we've made over the past year and a half of doing this podcast: -Do the work -Listen to neurodivergent children -Let neurodivergent children be themselves We'll be back with …
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin were joined by Manisha Snoyer to discuss her new homeschooling app Modulo. Modulo provides educational tracks for students and allows parents to connect with instructors and other homeschooling families. In the episode, we and Manisha touched on: -The short-comings traditional schooling has teaching ND stude…
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On this episode of Shifting the Narrative On Everything ADHD, Stacy and Torrin discussed Rejection Sensitivity Dysphoria (RSD). -What is RSD? -What is the connection with ADHD? -Does it present differently in different people? -How does RSD intersect with other disorders and other identities? -How we can help meet the needs of people with RSD -RSD …
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This week, Stacy and Torrin are joined by author, public speaker, and researcher Kieran Rose to discuss autism related topics ranging from sensory issues, to masking, to how autism fits within intersectionality. In this episode: -Kieran talks about his new book all about autistic masking -Is gendered autism real? -Sensory issues, explained -Autism …
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin were joined by social worker, Dena Gassner. Gassner is on the advisor board of the Autism Society, as well as being a doctorial student. She is also a mother of an adult autistic son and is on the Spectrum herself. We touched on topics such as: -Autistic masking -How autistic children might process trauma di…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin are joined by Special Education teacher, Life Coach, and Cognitive Behavior Therapist, Laura Kerbey, to discuss Pathologically Demand Avoidance (PDA). -What is PDA? -How Does it differ from Oppositional Defiance Disorder? -How can parents and teachers work around PDA in order to keep their children happy and…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss the condition most commonly associated with autism, ADHD. -What is ADHD exactly? -Does it present differently in people who are also autistic? -Is medication a good option; how young is too young for meds? *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko…
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On this week's episode, now twice-published YA author, Lauren Melissa Ellzey joined Stacy and Torrin once again to discuss her upcoming Young Adult fantasy novel Gimmicks and Glamour. Know on social media by the screen name Autienelle, Lauren Melissa also discussed: -How autism informs her creative process -Why writing intersectional and neurodiver…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss "co-morbidities," disorders that tend to show up alongside an autism diagnosis. We also talked about: -Can autism cause disorders like ADHD, depression, dyslexia, and more? -What can you do if your child has multiple diagnoses? -Why do these disorders tend to co-occur with autism? -And more. *** Help…
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On this week's episode, Torrin conducts his first solo interview with fantasy author Erika McCorkle. Erika discusses her struggles with autism, why she doesn't seek a diagnosis, and her upcoming novel Merchants of Light and Bone. Order Erika's books: https://amazon.com/gp/product/B0CB775LY7… Signed Copy: https://ko-fi.com/erikamccorkle Her website:…
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In this companion to our Au-Crew episode about the struggles autistic people face finding employment, Stacy and Torrin discuss ways autism parents can help prepare their children to enter the workforce, and strategies autistic adults can use to help themselves. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: htt…
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As you have probably noticed, there hasn't been an upload in a little while. Sorry about that... You see, Stacy has had some major life changes recently. As for Torrin, after over a decade of ignoring his physical and mental health, their rotted corpses have come crashing through the door like a zombie Kool-Aid Man. This forced him to make some cha…
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In this first episode of our new series, the Au-Crew, Torrin, Ryan, and Henry discuss the issues many autistic adults face finding and keeping jobs. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coaching with Stacy to help your child with autism rea…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin talk about the problems with inclusive education, what to look out for, and how to make sure your child's needs are met. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coaching with Stacy to help your child wi…
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Finding the right summer camp or after-school program can be difficult for parents of autistic kids. On this week's episode of the podcast, we gave some 2 cents on how to find the right placement for your child. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for on…
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On this week's episode, we're joined by educator, social media influencer, and young adult author, Lauren Melisssa Ellzey. Known by her nearly 100,000 Instagram followers as autienelle, Lauren speaks about her experiences growing up as an autistic girl, her late(er) diagnoses, and her advocacy work around inclusive education. (She's also a young ad…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin were joined by Sam Brandsen. Sam is an autism researcher, a parent of an autistic child, as well as being autistic himself. He spoke about what the latest autism-related research is saying, and how it might be used to help autistic children. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ …
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss autism special interests. What are they? Why are they important? And are they really "Obsessions?" *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coaching with Stacy to help your child with autism reac…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss The Autism Checklist, the list of things Autistic children and adults have to do and think about in order to function on a daily basis. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coaching with Stac…
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You're a hard-working autism parent. You do your best to plan every detail of your child's life in order to avoid meltdowns and burnout. Yet, both of those things still happen. The problem is, autism doesn't run on a schedule, and sometimes, you need to be flexible. In this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss what you can do when autism decide…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin checked off a major goal of theirs when they interviewed Dr. Barry Prizant, author of the best-selling book Uniquely Human; along with his podcast partner, David Finch. This interview was wide-ranging, covering topics such as: -Dr. Prizant's empathetic approach to children -Dave Finch's work as an autistic r…
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On this week's episode, we were joined by Timothy Boykin, an autistic actor, writer, singer, and content creator who goes by the screen name Black Infinity King. Timothy touches on his childhood as an autistic person of color, his advocacy work, and the reasons he sees himself as a "Renaissance Man." Follow Timothy at all of these places: https://b…
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Autistic content creator, podcaster, and life coach Thomas Henley joined us this week to discuss the role fitness can play in the lives of autistic children. Could regular exercise help keep autistic children regulated and prevent meltdowns? We also talked about Thomas' prolific output on social media as well as our thoughts on the ways toxic mascu…
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This week, Stacy and Torrin interview the Burns family. They came on to discuss the methods they use to parent their autistic son and the impact positive parenting has on both their relationship with each other and their son. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are …
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This week's episode is a sequel to the Torrin Reads His IEP show we did a few months ago. Torrin reads some of his numerous psychological evaluations and exercises quite a bit of dark humor as he and Stacy comb through all the misdiagnosis and gaslighting. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://…
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On this week's episode of Shifting The Narrative On Everything Autism, Torrin and Stacy were joined by autistic advocate and podcaster, Toni Borneo. Toni was diagnosed late, (at 40, hence the name of her podcast Autistic at 40). She went through a lot: childhood trauma, heavy masking, autistic burnout, and more. Like many undiagnosed autistic peopl…
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin were joined by activist, entrepreneur, and autistic mom Maisie Soetantyo to discuss the role both watching and playing sports and have on an autistic child's life. Can sports help with sensory needs? Can sports help parents bond with their autistic children? __________________________________________________…
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In this week's episode, the first one Stacy and Torrin have done live, the duo discuss the pros and cons of screen time for autistic children. Can they learn social and life skills from pieces of technologies such as tablets? *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are …
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On this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss what your next steps might look like once your child receives an autism diagnosis. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coaching with Stacy to help your child with autism reach their full pot…
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In this week's episode, Stacy and Torrin discuss the importance of respecting your autistic child's consent and teaching them how to give it. People with autism suffer significantly higher rates of physical, emotional, and sexual abuse, as well as manipulation, compared to their non-autistic peers. This episode will teach you how to protected your …
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In our first ever autism panel, Erika McCorkle, Brandi Thomson, and Ryan Navarre, joined Torrin and Stacy to discus how romantic relationships might look different when one or both people are autistic. We also talked about marriage and parenthood while autistic. How do those things differ from non-autistic people? What's it like being autistic and …
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The lovely and brilliant Tiffany Hammond joined Stacy to discuss her upcoming book A Day With No Words, a children's book about a black autistic boy who communicates using an AAC device. In the interview, Tiffany and Stacy talk about what made Hammond decided to become a children's author and the influence her autistic sons have on her writing. ***…
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In this bonus episode of the podcast, Torrin talks about parents who publicly complain about their autistic children and how that resentment can affect those children. *** Help marginalized youth get the education they deserve. Buy VQ Library a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/vqlibrary If you are looking for one-on-one coaching with Stacy to help your ch…
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