Get ready for a brand new batch of podcast episodes about topics that parents of children with special needs can relate to! The Special Needs Podcast Roundup brings you the newest episodes of really interesting podcasts each and every week.
Special Kid School Talk released an episode on August 12, 2011, called “Sensory Processing Disorder and Anxiety”. Host Dr. Kari is joined by guest Jackie Linder Olson. They talk about how the information that a child learns from his or her senses can be misunderstood by the child’s body. Parents of children with sensory processing disorder can learn tips about how to help your child at home.
Special Kid School Talk also released an episode on August 14, 2011. This episode is called “Mom Shares Tips on How to Raise a Child With Autism”. Host Dr. Kari is joined by guest Bobbi Sheahan, mother of four, including a daughter who has autism. This mom shares her insights on raising a child that has autism.
The Coffee Klatch released an episode on August 10, 2011. This episode is called “Cushing’s Help Organization – Mary O’Connor”. This episode features an interview with Mary O’Connor, who is the President of Cushing’s Help Organization, Inc. Every year, somewhere between 10 and 15 million people are affected by this disease.
The Coffee Klatch also released an episode on August 14, 2011. This episode is called “March of Dimes”. This episode features The March of Dimes, which helps moms to have full term babies. The organization also does research on the problems that threaten the health of babies.
Need Project has an episode that was released on August 14, 2011. In this episode, Jennifer and Jeff Ulrich talk about YoungLife -Capernaum, which is a program that gives kids and young adults who have disabilities a way to have fun, make friends, develop self esteem, and “begin a relationship with Jesus Christ”.
Gluten-Free Voice has an episode that was released on August 7, 2011. In this episode, Andrea Levario, a Gluten-Free expert, joins Jules Shepard. They discuss some specific and confusing issues surrounding gluten-free labeling.
Real Parenting has a episode that I just found today. It was released on March 6, 2011, and the information in the podcast is still quite relevant for parents of kids who have severe food allergies. The episode is called “Navigating Allergies”. Gwen Smith, editor of Allergic Living Magazine, talks about how to make navigating allergies a little easier.
Unplugged Mom has an episode that was released on August 1, 2011. It is called “Pay attention! No such thing as ADD/ADHD!” This is a rather controversial viewpoint.
Hope Saves the Day released episode number 85 on August 15, 2011. This episode is called “Gadgets and Gizmos That Can Help a Child”. This episode talks about useful apps on the Apple iPad, a study about how autism runs deep in families, and a great GFCF recipe.
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