Neurodivergent ABA Therapist - Episode 29 of the Special Needs Kids Are People Too Podcast with Amy Bodkin

Neurodivergent ABA Therapist Today I talked with Julie Angstadt, Owner of Hummingbird ABA Therapy, about how, as a Neurodivergent person, she created Hummingbird ABA Therapy Center to support children in the development of self-advocacy skills and partner with kids to help them learn things that are of interest to them! Listen Here: Show Notes: Hummingbird ABA Therapy Center I hope you enjoyed listening to today’s episode and gained some new insights into the wonderful variety of people in our world! And remember, Special Needs Kids are People Too! Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print <<< Back to the Main Podcast PageRead More →

On the Job Training - Episode 28 of the Special Needs Kids Are People Too Podcast with Amy Bodkin

On the Job Training In this episode, I talked with Kalli Clement, Owner of Perfect Blend Coffee Company, about how she provides opportunities for young adults with disabilities to not only get job training, but to also work, collect a paycheck, and find other opportunities in the community! Listen Here: Show Notes: Perfect Blend Coffee Company I hope you enjoyed listening to today’s episode and gained some new insights into the wonderful variety of people in our world! And remember, Special Needs Kids are People Too! Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print <<< Back to the Main Podcast PageRead More →

Finding Therapists Who Honor Personhood - Episode 27 of the Special Needs Kids Are People Too Podcast with Amy Bodkin

Finding Therapists Who Honor Personhood In this episode, I talked with Melissa Goolsby, Owner of Across the Board Therapy Center, about how to find therapists who will honor the personhood of your child and family! Listen Here: Show Notes: Across the Board Therapy Center I hope you enjoyed listening to today’s episode and gained some new insights into the wonderful variety of people in our world! And remember, Special Needs Kids are People Too! Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print <<< Back to the Main Podcast PageRead More →

Creating Supportive Local Groups - Special Needs Kids Are People Too Podcast

Creating Supportive Local Groups In this episode, I talked with Kendra Booth, President of Emerald Coast Exceptional Families, about how they created a nonprofit organization to support families with exceptional needs. Listen Here: Show Notes: Emerald Coast Exceptional Families I hope you enjoyed listening to today’s episode and gained some new insights into the wonderful variety of people in our world! And remember, Special Needs Kids are People Too! Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print <<< Back to the Main Podcast PageRead More →

Encanto, Trauma, and Autism - Episode 25 of Special Needs Kids Are People Too Podcast

Encanto, Trauma, and Autism In this episode, Jessica and I talk about the movies Encanto and Turning Red and how they relate to generational trauma. Listen Here: Show Notes: Childhood Disrupted by Donna Jackson Nakazawa The Body Keeps Score by Bessel van der Kolk M.D. Encanto Turning Red Soul Mister Rogers  Horton Hears a Who I hope you enjoyed listening to today’s episode and gained some new insights into the wonderful variety of people in our world!  And remember, Special Needs Kids are People Too! Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email PrintRead More →