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Do you love the Special Needs Supermom Podcast? If you do, I would love it if you could rate and review the show. This helps me support more special needs moms, like you, to find and recharge their superpowers and boost their confidence. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Would love to know what you loved most about the episode!Also, if you haven’t done so already, subscribe to the podcast so you won’t miss out on special bonus episode ...
 
Welcome to the Special Needs Kids are People Too! Podcast with Amy Bodkin, EdS. Amy is an Autistic adult who also happens to be a School Psychologist turned Special Needs Consultant and Public Speaker! Amy is an Advocate for seeing every child as a person, not a diagnosis because a special needs kid is just like any other child, just more so! You can find out more about Amy’s advocacy work at AmyBodkin.com.
 
Award winning, world renowned authors, psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians, advocates and respected children's foundations join us to help you better understand a special needs child.... and yourself. You are your child's best advocate - if not you then who - become an informed educated parent here at The Coffee Klatch.
 
Connecting The Special Needs Community. There is nothing more empowering than confidence and there is no greater need for that empowerment than when raising a child with a disability. Our programs offer support, information and inspiration for those on the special needs journey by offering practical and focused educational parenting programming. Become empowered, become confident, become the best parent and educator you can be.
 
Welcome to Thriving in the Midst of Chaos! This show is about surviving parenthood while having a child with special needs, while attempting to keep your self and your sanity intact. We share our experiences and discuss how we survived, what worked for us, and what didn’t work for us. This is a nonjudgmental space, to realize that we all actually WILL live through this and to make thriving in parenthood an actual possibility. We will also be sharing fails, nails, and comical tales, as well a ...
 
The goal of specialneedsinmycity podcast is to inspire and educate you as a parent or caregiver to be stronger; emotionally, mentally, socially and physically on the special needs journey. Each episode will leave you knowing more about how to navigate areas of special needs effectively as a family while helping your child thrive and meet his/her unmet potential. Chats with amazing special parents, top-notch medical experts and educators, and dedicated community leaders making a difference wi ...
 
This show is for anyone who is raising a child with neurological differences. Raising a child with autism and epilepsy like my daughter Remy, I have learned quite a few lessons about the special needs world and the evolution of growth as a mom. In this show, we discuss all of it. Parenting, marriage, the autism world, epilepsy world and everything in between. Welcome, I am so glad you stopped by
 
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In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast I talk about signs and symptoms of special needs children: real issue or talked into? * When you’re autistic you’re anti-social; when there’s a smog weather alarm you have to stay inside when asthmatic; all kids taking MTX-injections get ‘allergic’ to the color yellow, the smell of fresh cut gra…
 
John Cook is a challenger baseball league coach. He had a daughter named Victoria who has played in the league since she was 6 years old. John will discuss his challenges and choices during his baseball coach journey as well as Victoria’s homeschooling.Kirjoittanut joey19pohe
 
Report card grading for children with special needs. Or better: celebrating your C-Grade kid. Wrapping up the school year there is a lot of attention for the kids that excelled. The A-Grade, honor rol, 3.6 and higher GPAl students. But what if you really tried hard and just don’t get past that C? You do the best you can, but the only thing you hear…
 
In episode 67 of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast, I talk about what to do when your special needs kid refuses to eat. Years ago, when big wonderboy was still a little wonderboy dinnertime was the most stressful time of the day. One look at his plate and little wonderboy asked if he could be sent to the ‘naughty corner’. Nice and quiet and no yuc…
 
In episode 66 of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast I explain why it is so important to find out the reason for your burnout in order to fix it. Why this is important? Because you can feel burned out or have a burn out for so many different reasons. Only when you know the real reason that led you to this burnout, you can find the solution that will…
 
a day of the year (in the US, the second Sunday in May) on which mothers are honored by their children. on Mother's Day in Poland. Children in some Polish schools and daycares make laurki, which are papers decorated with flowers and written with personal notes, for their mothers.Kirjoittanut joey19pohe
 
The impact of Covid-19 on neurodiverse children and young people For this episode we are joined by podcast regular Emma Weaver, who is the Director of the Early Years Service for the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity. During our discussions we focus on the social changes and challenges faced by many children during this period, as well as the …
 
In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom podcast I give you an insight in the day out of the life of a special needs mom. Why I struggle with my self-worth on days like this. And how I break that spell. * This week was just one of those weeks... come Thursday evening I felt worthless. I had two major things on my to-do for this week, yet here …
 
Depression in Special Needs Children: quite common, why, what to do and what NOT to. Let’s talk depression mom. I know it sucks. If I could I would bubble wrap my kids and safely store it away in a safe, nice and happy place to protect them from pain, the exclusion, the hurtful comments… But I can’t. Our kids learn at an early age that they are dif…
 
In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast I talk about the effect of ADHD medication. Unfortunately there is still a lot of controversy about ADHD medication. Whether it is really necessary, that it will turn you into a zombie, that all you need to do is take away the distractions and make it interesting. I got my ADHD diagnose at age 4…
 
In episode 62 of the Special Needs Supermom podcast I share my top tips to avoid burnout as a special needs mom. As a special needs parent we face a lot. No wonder burnout is a real thing amongst us special needs moms. Not that we mention it of course. But I get you momma and I’ve been there. Heck, sometimes I still have days like this. Besides the…
 
Listen to hear a short update about Penny's upcoming surgery and learn a little more about what life with her is like. We are looking for more guests to interview on the podcast. If you know someone who is a part of the special needs community, please help out by encouraging them to contact us for an interview! We'd love to have the chance to hear …
 
Three of our deputy head teachers join us to share their career journeys. In this episode, we hear about the people that have contributed to their success, what good teamwork looks like for them and how they nurture talent. Filled with top tips and an insight into their roles, we're thrilled to be joined by Danny from Cumberland school in Greater M…
 
Confessions of a confident ADHD Mind - tells the journey of parent Stephanie Anne D’Entremont, which started with a comment of her daughter’s dance teacher mentioning ADHD is hereditary. Stephanie talks about her discovery, what it brought her and how it helps her not only be her authentic self, but also how this helps her be a better parent of a c…
 
James Tot is one of the sons of Jackie and Martin Tot, who were interviewed in last week's episode. He gives us some insights to life in a wheelchair and his interest in acting. For those who would like to see James in his upcoming Zoom play, it will be available online from April 22 till April 30th at: https://www.showtix4u.com/event-details/63474…
 
Supporting your anxious child In the last three years, the likelihood of young people having a mental health problem has increased by 50%. This episode explores anxiety in children, the key signs to look out for, and where to go for help plus strategies parents and carers can put in place to prevent anxiety in children. We are delighted to welcome …
 
We started to get into Soccer when we noticed that there was a soccer program up by countryside and then someone said that there was a soccer program in Oldsmar I met Cady when I first started Oldsmar Soccer Cady was seven years old we ended up being friends for a long time MNKD card orderKirjoittanut joey19pohe
 
I went to morning star school Where I met new friends and new classmates Mrs. Castaneda read me the Harry Potter books wow I was at MorningStar we went to a church every Wednesday called secret heart church and I got involved in Special Olympics while I was at MorningStar schoolKirjoittanut joey19pohe
 
Jackie and Martin Tot share some of their stories and wisdom regarding their lives in raising their three sons, two of which have hereditary cerebellar ataxia. They explain the importance of having a good support network and fervently celebrating achievements, no matter how small. Our email is: specialfamiliespodcast@gmail.com Check out our website…
 
2020 bought a whole new year of things to do it give us a brand-new Challenger baseball season it also gave us a brand-new school year until when COVID-19 hit us and then we have to find a way for us to keep us safe and find a way to get a COVID-19 vaccine and then the vaccinations came out Pfizer Johnson and Johnson madoner…
 
My favorite subjects of countryside high school was PE CBI mr. crabs Mr. Titus mr. Zimmerman Instagram https://www.instagram.com/reel/Ccv0sltskGU/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Facebook Challenges and Choices special needs perspective https://www.facebook.com/Challenges-and-Choices-a-special-needs-perspective-podcast-103325229025474/YouTube channel Challenges…
 
I grew up with Barney Sesame Street tots TV I played with cars and trucks I also played with Tonkin Joe trucks I also grew up with Harry Potter Instagram https://www.instagram.com/reel/Ccv0sltskGU/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Facebook Challenges and Choices special needs perspective https://www.facebook.com/Challenges-and-Choices-a-special-needs-perspective…
 
Facing challenges and making the right choices in school facing challenges and making choices in the special-needs community facing challenges and making the right choices in a wedding Instagram https://www.instagram.com/reel/Ccv0sltskGU/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Facebook Challenges and Choices special needs perspective https://www.facebook.com/Challenge…
 
Facing challenges and making the right choices Visually impaired Down syndrome autism Challenges and Choices special-needs perspectiveInstagram https://www.instagram.com/reel/Ccv0sltskGU/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=Facebook Challenges and Choices special needs perspective https://www.facebook.com/Challenges-and-Choices-a-special-needs-perspective-podcast-1…
 
Can you use ADHD as an excuse? Yes and no. Fact: I joke about my ADHD quirks and throw in the 'I'm sorry it's my ADHD card' all the time. But that doesn't mean I think this excuses everything. Yes, I find it hard to remember birthdays, no that doesn't mean I can just go and forget. There are hacks. Also, a lot of I'm sorry cards and flowers.... So,…
 
Sevrin Hamilton, a father to a son with Downs Syndrome, shares some of his story about life raising a son with this disability. Despite the initial surprise and struggle that this disability presented, his describes his son as "exactly what we needed", a reminder of love and the importance of relational connection, and encourages others facing the …
 
Join me today and hear Amber O'Neal Johnston talk about her new book that is coming out in May!!! I absolutely LOVE her message about learning to love who we are and where we come from... and how that opens us up to being able to see what is beautiful in other people!! This is SUCH an important message for our Special Needs Families where children …
 
Why you should get a diagnose for ADHD and when you shouldn’t. Getting an ADHD diagnose can be extremely helpful. It can not only provide valuable insights in why and how you or your kid is struggling with certain things. It can also open up a whole can of useful tools like extra help at school, getting CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) and of cou…
 
In this episode I share 5 practical tools to use to talk about war with your special needs child. Handy tools you can use to help kids express and deal with their feelings around emotionally though subjects like the war in the Ukraine. It helps young and or non-verbal kids to express grief, anger or fear. In the last episode, 57, I talked about the…
 
Does your child hate math? Is it the subject they struggle with most? Are you searching for the Special Needs Math Curriculum that will solve all of your woes? If you want to see real progress with math, the key is not a curriculum targeting a specific learning disability.. the key is helping your child see the beauty in math and to find a curricul…
 
In this episode I talk about why and how you should talk about war with your child. Especially your anxious and special needs child. No matter the age. I give you some easy tips how to talk about war with both young children as well as teenagers. Ok, why would you talk about something as awful as what is going on in Ukraine right now? Why upset you…
 
Supporting neurodiverse children and young people to make friends Join us for an episode that looks at some of the challenges that neurodiverse children may face when it comes to building a friendship group. During the session we discuss developing friends through shared interests, building resilience when it doesn't go to plan, what makes a good f…
 
Join me today as my daughter, Jessica, and I talk about the importance of internet safety, including some of the measures we have put in place over the years to protect them. Spoiler! It has not included software or guardian tech! It has mostly depended on building and maintaining a trusting relationship with our children and using that as a place …
 
Too much to do fellow special needs supermom? Then this episode with a happiness hack for tired and overwhelmed special needs supermoms is for you. A few days ago, I was exhausted. Again. Overwhelmed. Again. Because so much to do. And supergirl asked if I wanted to come take a break with her and if she could paint my nails. I did NOT have the time.…
 
Join me for another episode of our series: Profiles in Personhood! Today you will get to meet my son, Austin, and learn a little more about what is important to him! Get ready to laugh along with us as we talk about Hyperlexia, NonVerbal Learning Disability, classic video games, music, and humor! And we get to hear Austin do some of his voice impre…
 
In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom podcast, I discuss choosing special needs care: what you need to know. The world of therapy is a jungle. There are so many different types of therapy, so many areas you could help your special needs child with, it is hard to figure out where to start and what to choose. In this episode I give you the 5 …
 
My guest today is Madison Holcomb, an Autistic adult whose work focuses on offering an Autistic perspective to families and professionals. Madison was a recent guest speaker at SEXABA, a conference focused on the importance of thinking ahead to the needs of not only the child, but also the adult the child will become! This must include giving thoug…
 
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