Painter With Down Syndrome Wows Art Community – Week In Neurodiversity (2/10/18)

Painter with Down Syndrome Wows Art Community – Week in Neurodiversity (2/10/18)

(3 min) In this episode, aerobics help improve symptoms of Alzheimer’s, families receive tattoos are Down syndrome solidarity, and an artist with Down syndrome draws a huge following! These stories and more in this week’s edition!
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The Best Of The Week In Neurodiversity – 2017 Year In Review

The Best of the Week In Neurodiversity – 2017 Year in Review

(6 min 9 sec) In this episode, we count down our top ten stories from 2017, including the army vet who traveled the country on foot to spread awareness for PTSD, and the young woman who lost her hearing at age 18 that stunned the world on America’s Got Talent! These stories and more in this super sized episode! Happy New Years!
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Man With Asperger’s Lives Dream On Jeopardy! – Week In Neurodiversity (11/18/17)

Man with Asperger’s Lives Dream on Jeopardy! – Week in Neurodiversity (11/18/17)

(3 mins 36 sec) In this episode, University of Iowa researchers look at a cancer drug’s effect on Parkinson’s, a neurologist discusses the facts and myths of Alzheimer’s, and a young man with Asperger’s lives his dream of competing on Jeopardy! These stories and more in this week’s edition!
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Avoiding Negative Thinking Patterns On The Autism Spectrum, With Valerie Gaus, Ph.D. | Spectrumly Speaking Ep. 21

Avoiding Negative Thinking Patterns on the Autism Spectrum, with Valerie Gaus, Ph.D. | Spectrumly Speaking ep. 21

(32 mins) In this episode, hosts Katherine Cody, Psy.D. and Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS welcome guest Valerie Gaus, Ph.D.. Dr. Gaus is a psychologist that uses a cognitive-behavioral framework, licensed by New York State, who has been a practicing psychotherapist for more than 20 years. 
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Understanding Autism Through Science, With Alycia Halladay, Ph.D. | Spectrumly Speaking Ep. 12

Understanding Autism Through Science, with Alycia Halladay, Ph.D. | Spectrumly Speaking ep. 12

(55 mins) In this episode, hosts Katherine Cody, Psy.D. and Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS speak with Alycia Halladay Ph.D. of the Autism Science Foundation. They discuss research into the genetic components of autism, studying the occurrence of neurodiverse siblings, and the autism gender gap as related to the world of research.

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Baseball MVP Kirk Gibson On Life With Parkinson’s Disease – Week In Neurodiversity (6/3/17)

Baseball MVP Kirk Gibson on Life with Parkinson’s Disease – Week in Neurodiversity (6/3/17)

(3 mins 52 sec) In this episode, a comedian uses his Asperger’s diagnosis to his advantage, fashion students hold a fashion show for children with Down syndrome, and former baseball player Kirk Gibson discusses living with Parkinson’s! These stories and more in this week’s edition!
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Gender, Sexuality, And Autism, With Leslie A. Sickels, LCSW | Spectrumly Speaking Ep. 8

Gender, Sexuality, and Autism, with Leslie A. Sickels, LCSW | Spectrumly Speaking ep. 8

(32 mins) In this episode, hosts Lauren Gerber Ms. Ed., PSY. D. and Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS speak with Leslie A. Sickels, LCSW. They discuss the importance of educating people on the spectrum about sex, the common misnomers society has about autism and relationships, and gender identity issue within the ASD community.
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Doctor Raps For Concussion Awareness – Week In Neurodiversity (5/13/17)

Doctor Raps for Concussion Awareness – Week in Neurodiversity (5/13/17)

(3 mins 28 sec) In this episode, a doctor raps for concussion awareness, a boy with Down syndrome opens up a cupcake shop, and Emma Stone and Michael Phelps speak about mental health awareness for the Child Mind Institute! These stories and more in this week’s episode!
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Couple With Down Syndrome Celebrate 22 Years Of Marriage – Week In Neurodiversity (3/10/17)

Couple With Down Syndrome Celebrate 22 Years of Marriage – Week In Neurodiversity (3/10/17)

(3 min 48 sec) In this episode, a couple with Down syndrome celebrate 22 years of marriage, a former college football coach helps test a new Alzheimer’s treatment, and a couple with Asperger’s bring out the best in one another! These stories and more in the week’s edition.
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New Device Helps People With Asperger’s Interpret Emotions – The Week In Neurodiversity (2/18/17)

New Device Helps People with Asperger’s Interpret Emotions – The Week in Neurodiversity (2/18/17)

(3 min 49 sec) In this episode, a teen with Down syndrome fulfills his dreams of going to college, a new device can help those with Asperger’s detect moods, and Henry Winkler discusses his new book and growing up with dyslexia! These stories and more in this week’s edition.
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Girl With Apraxia Finds Bond With Shelter Cats – Week In Neurodiversity (2/04/17)

Girl With Apraxia Finds Bond With Shelter Cats – Week In Neurodiversity (2/04/17)

In this episode, a student becomes the second contest with Down syndrome to run for Miss Clemson, a girl with apraxia finds a special bond with cats at an animal shelter, and how can a mouth guard give us an inside look at the impact of a concussion?
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Quiet Santa Makes Christmas More Manageable For Children With Autism

Quiet Santa Makes Christmas More Manageable for Children with Autism

This year two radio hosts in Utah who have children with autism have created an event called "Quiet Santa" which is intended to give kids with autism or sensory disorders an experience with Santa that isn’t stressful or intimidating.
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