Category: Podcast



LifeTown is a gift to the #specialneeds community (S2E6)

(S2E6) I speak with Rabbi Zalman Grossbaun and Jonah Zimilies from LifeTown. LifeTown is a 53,000 sq foot facility built to service the special needs community in Livingston, New Jersey. New Jersey has the highest rate of children with autism in the United States, and the largest population of children on the spectrum live in …

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Melissa Hruza on adoptaclassroom.org and funding teachers? (S2E5)

This week Melissa Hruza, Director of Marketing and Corporate Sponsorships at adoptaclassroom.org stopped by to discuss how they are helping teachers and students all over the country, find the funding they need. So many teachers have to pay for classroom necessities out of their own pocket and that’s simply unacceptable. Adoptaclassroom.org is a national, award-winning …

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(S2E4) Dr. John Kruse on what Donald Trump can teach us about adult ADHD

(S2E4) In this episode, I have a conversation with Dr. John Kruse, MD, PhD about all things ADHD, including his brand new book titled “Recognizing Adult ADHD: What Donald Trump Can Teach Us About Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.” Dr. Kruse has 25 years of psychiatric experience and specializes in treating adults with ADHD, that’s right, …

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Lindsay Fogarty: The Rare Disease Mom (New Pod S2E3)

In this week’s episode of The Autism Dad Podcast, I speak with my good friend and fellow Autism parent, Lindsay Fogarty. She’s an Autism, rare disease and patient advocate, as well as, a blogger and volunteer lobbyist. We talk about why she’s called “The Rare Disease Mom”, what her daily life is like, what she’s …

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New Episode: Joel Manzer (S2E2)

In this week’s episode of The Autism Dad podcast, I speak with my good friend Joel Manzer of Autisable. We talk about his current endeavors to benefit the Autism community, as well as have a discussion about some things that going on in the community that cause tension. We have some opinions. Whatever you do, …

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Navigating #Divorce with #Autistic Kids

It’s been a little while but Season 2 of The Autism Dad podcast is finally underway. I really appreciate your patience and understanding as I sorted through some some difficult life events this year. In this first episode of the new season, I talk about one of those difficult life events. Divorce is difficult for …

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