Category: Podcast



Shifting the Focus on Autism and Grief (feat. Taylor Linloff) S3E7

In this week’s episode, I speak with Taylor Linloff. Taylor is 25 years old and was diagnosed with Autism and severe anxiety in 2018. Taylor became an advocate after being cast in CBC’s “You Can’t Ask That” Docuseries and is listed as #10 in The Mighty’s top 14 autistic influencers. Taylor also lost her father, …

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Autism Certified (feat. DoubleTree Orlando at SeaWorld) S3E6

As you know, or maybe you don’t, my boys and I were invited to stay at the DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld recently. They are one of the very first hotels in the country to become Autism Certified. Our mission was to honestly evaluate their Autism-friendly accommodations and experience what it’s like to visit …

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Protecting the Affordable Care Act (feat. Peter Morley) S3E5

In this week’s episode, I have the honor of speaking with one of my personal hero’s Peter Morley. Peter is an amazing human being and someone I’m truly grateful to call friend. Peter has battled cancer, lives in chronic pain and faces many other health challenges. He’s devoted his life to fighting to protect our …

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#Autism When You’re A Military Family (S2E4)

S3E4 This weeks episode broaches the subject of what it’s like to be an Autism parent, while in the US Military. I had the honor to speaking with Josh Gibbs and learning about the unique challenges that our Military families face while raising a child with Autism. Josh shares how to navigate the system inside …

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The Science Behind #Autism (feat. Alison Singer) S3E3

(S3E3) My guest this week is Alison Singer, President of the Autism Science Foundation. Alison is an amazing human being and I’m honored to have her on the pod today. She shares some personal stories about Autism in her life that has given me some much-needed perspective. We also discuss many important things impacting the …

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What You NEED To Know About #Measles and Other VPD’s (S3E2)

Dr. Tara Smith stops by to talk about the dangers of vaccine preventable diseases and why vaccinating is so important. We discuss the facts about VPD’s like Measles, Whooping Cough and Flu. These are very serious conditions that can be fatal, especially to the immunocompromised, those with HIV/AIDS, cancer patients on chemotherapy, the very old and the very young.

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