Connecting the autism community, one podcast at a time.
With more than 100 episodes, our podcast offers a friendly, informative conversation with inspiring individuals, experts, and authors in the autism community. Listen as experts share their latest research or give advice on raising kids or living on the spectrum and working in the ABA field. Find our podcast here or on Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Blog Talk Podcasts—essentially, wherever you listen to podcasts.
Dr. Feliciano joins us to share her thoughts on the recent change to autism statistics from the CDC, the value of participating in research, and the information that can be accessed (or declined) for those who do.
Kelly McKinnon-Bermingham who has been working in the field of autism for 27 years, and is a published author joins us to discuss the work of the September 26th Project which she co-chaired.
All Autism Talk Hosts Katherine Johnson and Richie Ploesch share their best holiday tips they’ve received over the years for your family.
Heather Tarczan, Executive Director of Urban Autism Solutions joins us to talk about how their program is working to build opportunity and community for young adults in Chicago.
As Richard shares, ”Look at the history of autism, when mothers were blamed and autism was only looked at in negative terms… We don’t end up in a very good situation. I’m trying to point this stuff out so people can realize we do have the power to change.”
About 50% of those diagnosed with TSC, will also have a diagnosis of autism. Even if your child is not at risk for TSC, the thoughtful approach to treatment and resources can be valuable for all parents.
Dr. Temple Grandin returns to the podcast to discuss her latest book, Navigating Autism, which is a collaboration with psychologist Debra Moore, who has done extensive work with children, teens, and adults on the autism spectrum.
Corina Jimenez-Gomez, faculty at Auburn University, and Lauren Beaulieu a behavior analyst for 20 years join us to discuss the importance of culturally responsive services in ABA.
Jennifer Cook was diagnosed on the autism spectrum at the age of 35 and is raising three children on the spectrum.
Holly shares, “Autism, as compared to other fields, is still relatively new in the area of research. There is still much to learn in order to continue to improve treatment, care, and quality of life for individuals across the lifespan.”
Dr. Fred Volkmar, a professor at Yale University with over 40 years in the field of autism-related studies, joins us to provide perspective on how far we have come in the diagnosis, research, and services for individuals with autism.
Dr. Danquah-Brobby joins us to talk about a variety of topics related to the education, professional progression, and interests of behavior analysts.
Devon Sundberg, M.S., BCBA is the founder of the groundbreaking (and long overdue) Women in Behavior Analysis Conference (WIBA). Devon shares how raising three daughters helped open her eyes to how gendered life can be (including party food).