Each and every week, the Special Needs Podcast Roundup brings you episodes of podcasts that talk about topics that are relevant to parents of kids who have special needs. They could be about anything from autism, ADHD, and allergies, to special education laws, and insurance coverage for the treatment your child needs.
The Coffee Klatch has an episode that was released on March 25, 2012. This episode is called “Down Syndrome From a Father’s Perspective”. It features Rick Smith, whose son, Noah, has Down Syndrome. Rick’s blog is called “Noah’s Dad”. He shares his personal experiences on his blog, and in this episode of The Coffee Klatch.
The Coffee Klatch had an episode that was released on March 19, 2012. This episode is called “Atypical Learner Conference – Dyslexia”. This episode features Dr. Samango Sprouse, Director of the Focus Foundation. The upcoming Atypical Learner Conference will focus on common causes and explanations for Dyslexia, ADHD, speech delay, school failure, and behavioral problems that are treatable.
Mayo Clinic has an episode that was released on March 26, 2012. This episode is called “Surgery for Epilepsy”. Mayo Clinic Dr. Fredric Meyer talks about the use of surgery to treat epilepsy.
Hold the Gluten has an episode that was released on March 22, 2012. This episode is called “Gluten-Free Fabulosity”, and it is episode number 49. This episode points out plenty of tasty gluten-free treats that you can try, including “oreo” cookies, and gluten-free graham crackers, ice cream cones, and pizza crusts.
Hope Saves the Day released episode number 111 on March 26, 2012. This episode is called “Interview with Miss Minnesota Natalie Davis”. In this episode, there is an interview with Natalie Davis, who is Miss Minnesota 2011. She talks about her brother, Trevor, who has autism. Her service platform is called “Autism Awareness: The Missing Piece”.
SpecialChronicles has an episode that was released on March 25, 2012. This episode is SpecialTalks06. It is titled “Knights of Columbus Thank You talk”. This episode features a talk that Dan gave to the Knights of Columbus in Illinois, where he thanked them for supporting the Special Olympics.
The Parent’s Journal has an episode that was released on March 26, 2012. This episode is called “Reading Ideas for Children with Learning Disabilities”. It features Dale Brown, who is an expert on learning disabilities, and who is the author of “Steps to Independence for People With Learning Disabilities”.
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