Posts From the monthly archives: "May 2024"

Welcome to Episode 206 of Autism Parenting Secrets. This week, we’re focusing on the perspective of the sibling of a child with autism. Their lives are absolutely impacted, yet their needs are often ignored or unintentionally not prioritized. Joining us is David Kartzinel, son of Dr. Jerry Kartzinel, who was on the show last…(Read More)

 Welcome to Episode 205 of Autism Parenting Secrets. Our guest this week is Niall MacMillan, a father of three who understands the power of non-verbal communication. Last year, his youngest son Ellison was diagnosed with autism and Niall and his family have been on a learning journey since then. Niall has millions of followers…(Read More)

Welcome to Episode 204 of Autism Parenting Secrets. Award-winning film and television producer Scott Steindorff joins us this week. Scott’s most recent film, Understanding Autism, was just released on PBS. In this documentary, Scott explores his own autism and seeks to reframe perceptions of neurodiversity by highlighting the talents and perspectives of autistic…(Read More)

PLAY Is The Way


Welcome to Episode 203 of Autism Parenting Secrets. This week, we’re focusing on the transformative power of JOYFUL interactions with children on the autism spectrum. Our guest is Becky Damgaard, a senior Son-Rise Program teacher at the Autism Treatment Center of America. With over two decades of experience working with children on the…(Read More)

Welcome to Episode 202 of Autism Parenting Secrets. This week, we focus on the incredibly important topic of water safety for kids on the autism spectrum, as they are 160 times more likely to drown than neurotypical kids. We’re joined by Dayna Harvey, a Water Safety Expert who educates and empowers parents with information…(Read More)

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