Amazing and necessary!
I have listened to three episodes so far and each one creates BIG feelings, as they said in the first episode. On each episode I feel a multitude of emotions: sometimes validated in what I have been doing in my practice, very often feeling like I have been working in a vacuum and why did I not know this??, guilt that I should be doing better/should have know better, and blown away by the different perspectives...thank you so much Meg Proctor for creating this podcast to share your and your guests’ experience with us so we can better support those we work with. This is a must podcast for all OTs working with autistic people.
AFCUltra via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/12/20
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This podcast is shifting so much of my worldview in such a positive way, I cannot thank Meg and her guests enough for this opportunity to grow and learn. Do yourself a favor as an OT or anyone with neurodiverse people in your lives and listen to this podcast! Cannot recommend it enough!
Emmasis7 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/31/20
As a mom of two autistic sons and a SPED teacher this podcast is a treasured find. I have already shared with other parents and coworkers and had such important conversations on all this draws attention to. I appreciate this perspective and all the research and support behind it, especially those...Read full review »
Me7737 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/19/23
I love listening to your podcast as I am driving between clients. I would love to hear a podcast with Kelly on trauma with kiddos and tech to help in OT practice. Thank you for enriching our community. Donna Cota,L
Sasha/dakota via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/12/23
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