One of the BEST autism podcasts out there
As a parent this podcast of our 3 year old nonspeaking autistic son has been instrumental for us! Even early Episodes like 10, transforming the parent perspective resonated so strongly with us. And then episodes from autistic perspectives we make sure to listen to. Idos episode and his book changed our lives. I have been listening to this podcast for a year and don’t miss any of the new episodes, and continue to listen to older ones too. Compared to other podcasts out there this is leagues ahead in the neurodiversity movement and is a breath of fresh air regarding the ways to embrace autistics. Keep the eps coming!
MWalms via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/20/23
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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
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
I’m a BCBA and love the episodes I’ve heard so far. The social curriculum especially was so great in helping me shape how to support my clients to be their best selves. It’s clear you don’t like ABA, which just adds to the divisive narrative out there, but we like learning how to promote autistic...Read full review »
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