Category: Podcast



Everything You Didn’t Know About #ADHD (S2E10)

Hazel McAdam and I discuss all the things you didn’t know about ADHD, as well as answer some listener questions. Thanks for tuning in and be sure to subscribe.


The Autism Healthcare Collaborative (S2E9)

I had the opportunity to speak with Sheri A. Marino, MA, CCC-SLP this past week. She’s the Executive Director of the Autism Healthcare Collaborative. The only way I can think to describe this organization is Dr. House meets Autism. The AHC basically provides families of medically complicated Autistic children with access to the top doctors from various specialities via teleconferencing.


Ethan Fisher Talks Tragedy and Triumph (S2E8)

S2E8 In this week’s episode, I have the chance to talk with Ethan Fisher about depression, mental illness, addiction and suicide. Ethan is a keynote speaker who has turned tragedy into triumph. We discuss recognizing the signs of depression in our kids and how we can help them. He helps students all over the country …

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Brenda Bisner on The Dangers of Unsupervised Online Streaming (S2E7)

(S2S7) In this episode, I talk with Brenda Bisner. She’s the SVP of A Parent Media Co Inc. the creators of the SAFE STREAMING Platform, Kidoodle.TV. We talk about online streaming and the many dangers that parents are sometimes unaware of. We also discuss ways that parents can better manage what their kids are watching. …

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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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