Teen With Autism Donates 1,000 Coloring Books To Kids With Cancer – Week In Neurodiversity (9/2/17)

Teen with Autism Donates 1,000 Coloring Books to Kids with Cancer – Week in Neurodiversity (9/2/17)

(4 mins 9 sec) In this episode, a teen with autism donates coloring books to children at St. Jude’s, a teen with Down syndrome and a police officer become best friends, and a retiree who struggled with dyslexia for decades writes a book! These stories and more in this week’s edition!
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Can Dogs Sniff-Out Parkinson’s? – Week In Neurodiversity (8/12/17)

Can Dogs Sniff-Out Parkinson’s? – Week in Neurodiversity (8/12/17)

(4 mins 7 secs) In this episode, a deaf grandmother with dyslexia fulfills her dream of going to nursing school, Chicago Cub Willson Contreras surprises a 10-yr-old boy with Down syndrome for his birthday, and how are dogs learning to detect Parkinson’s? These stories and more in this week’s edition!
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Autism And The Power Of Memory With Ron Sandison | EXPLORING DIFFERENT BRAINS Episode 11

Autism and the Power of Memory with Ron Sandison | EXPLORING DIFFERENT BRAINS Episode 11

In this episode, Hackie Reitman, M.D. interviews Ron Sandison, an author and preacher with autism and savant memory abilities. Ron discusses the importance of parental involvement for the neurodiverse, the benefits of embracing hyper-interests, and his new book "A Parent's Guide to Autism: Practical Advice. Biblical Wisdom."
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Autism Advocate Stephen Shore | EXPLORING DIFFERENT BRAINS – Episode 07

Autism Advocate Stephen Shore | EXPLORING DIFFERENT BRAINS – Episode 07

In this episode, Dr. Hackie Reitman speaks with author and autism advocate Stephen Shore. Stephen was diagnosed as non-verbal and autistic at the age of 4, when doctors suggested his parents institutionalize him. Since then he has gone on an amazing journey that has led him to speaking on behalf of autism and neurodiversity in 49 countries and all but one continent.
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