Private Investigator Dennis Debaudt Shares Tips and Strategies
Joining me this week is the amazing Dennis Debbaudt, consultant to law enforcement and first responders on the topic of autism risk and safety management. Here’s some background on Dennis, from his site: Dennis Debbaudt is the leading global voice on autism training for law enforcement and emergency responders. Dennis Debbaudt was first to address the […]
Relationship Help Tips From Marriage Therapist Eva Mendes
My guest today will sound familiar to those of you who listened to Episode 20. About Eva Mendes From her website, evmendes.com: Eva Mendes, LMHC, NCC is a skilled and experienced couples’ counselor working with couples where one or both partners have Asperger Syndrome, and are on the Autism Spectrum (diagnosed or undiagnosed). She works […]
On April 2, we’ll be celebrating Autism Awareness Day. Gratitude: Be Thankful For How Far Society Has Come Autism Speaks is a polarizing organization! To be sure, there’s a lot of misinformation coming out of there. But it’s important to celebrate increased awareness of autism. In the words of my colleague, Violet, As I have […]
The Aspergers Autism Mystery Explained Maybe you’ve noticed by now that the term “Aspergers” isn’t used as often as in the past. Often you’ll hear the terms aspergers autism used interchangeably. As of October 2014, the American Psychiatric Association changed updated its diagnostic manual, and effectively discarded the term “Aspergers.” In this article, I’ll explain what […]
Helping Young People With Autism Transition To Adulthood, with Mari Nosal, M.Ed.
Are you grappling with how to parent your young person into adulthood? You’re in luck! Here with me today is the one and only Mari Nosal. Mari Nosal is an author and blogger who’s worked with children and adults in the field of special needs. She has a Masters degree in Educational Foundations and a B.A. in psychology […]