In this episode, Noah and Chris talk with Rebecca and Jacob, a mother and son duo. Rebecca is a wife and mom of two children ages 14 & 18. Her husband and 2 children are all on the autism spectrum. Jacob is a college student, studying 3D animation.
In our conversation, Rebecca and Jacob talk about their family, their family dynamics, Jacob’s experience transitioning to college and much more.
Check out Rebecca's blog: www.meohmy.ca
Part 2: In this episode, we continue our conversation with Kendra, a UNI Theatre alumni, who now works with kids on the spectrum. We talk about her initial experiences with autism, and how her time at UNI changed her outlook on the world, especially with people on the spectrum.
In this episode, we talk to Kendra, a UNI Theatre alumni, who now works with kids on the spectrum. We talk about her initial experiences with autism, and how her time at UNI changed her outlook on the world, especially with people on the spectrum.
In this episode, we talk to Tony, a college student at the University of Maryland. Noah and Tony talk about their college experiences thus far, and how colleges can help people on the spectrum succeed.
In this episode, Noah and Chris talk to Sean Inderblitzen, a mental health clinician from Wisconsin. Sean is one of the few mental health clinicians that lives with autism himself. Listen to find out why Sean became a mental health clinician to begin with, his personal experience with autism, and what exactly motivational interviewing is.
Sean’s about page- https://nlccwi.org/providers/sean-inderbitzen-apsw/
In this episode, Noah and Chris talk with Mark Fleming, founder and president of Equally Fit. Mark is an adult with autism and does personal training for people with autism. Listen to find out how Mark got started with personal training and what led him to start Equally Fit. You might also hear a cameo from Noah's brother, Isaac, and hear some fun facts about the sound that tires make on various road surfaces.
Learn more about Mark and Equally Fit by visiting this website: www.equallyfit.com.
On Facebook: www.facebook.com/equallyfittampa/
On Instagram: www.instagram.com/equallyfitfl/
In this episode, Noah and Chris talk with Henry about some of the highlights of the summer. They discuss the origin of Isaac saying to everyone "You're a Goofball" and how that applies to time spent at the local pool.
After a short break, we are back with a new episode. The reason for the break? Well, since our last episode Noah has graduated from high school!
In this episode, Chris and Noah talk about graduation, some of Noah's experiences in high school, and peek at what's to come in the next chapter of his life.
In this episode Chris and Noah interview Sarah, founder and editor of the Autistic Rainbow Magazine. Sarah talks about the magazine and the inspiration behind the creation of the magazine. We talk about some experiences with school, learn about something called “The Autism Hour”, and learn about her family.
You can check out the magazine here: https://www.autisticrainbowmagazine.co.uk/.
In this episode, our friend, Gretta Berghammer, makes a second appearance on the podcast. Noah and Chris talk to her about her new upcoming play called To Touch The Moon, which debuts in April at the University of Northern Iowa. The production, which combines drama and science, is focused on an experience where the audience is part of the production. The play is geared towards younger people with autism. This production has also included many different groups across the university to make this show happen.
Come along with us as we learn about To Touch The Moon and how it came to be. You might also learn a little bit about space and the Apollo missions as well.
Learn more about this play in this Space.com article.
For tickets or more information on To Touch the Moon, contact Gretta Berghammer at: email@example.com.
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