Are you dreading the holiday season? What if you could not only survive it, but find the way to thrive in it with your child on the spectrum? Wouldn’t that be great? Autism Live Host Shannon Penrod shares her top ten tips for success during the holiday season. Included are discussions on how and when to attend holiday gatherings, ways to make it fun for everyone and how to make everyone feel included. #AutismParenting #AutismHolidayTips #AutismHolidaySuccess
Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answers viewers questions from around the world. World renowned autism expert Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answers viewers questions in real time. Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh is a visionary in the field of autism spectrum disorders and has spent 40+ years helping individuals and families to overcome challenges in order to lead their best lives. She is an outspoken advocate for those on the spectrum, fighting for them to have access to interventions that are compassionate, fair and meaningful. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and renowned behaviorist who has been at the forefront of acknowledging and treating medical issues as an essential component of successful autism treatment in addition to top quality intensive behavioral intervention. Watch Ask Dr. Doreen Live on Tuesdays at 1pm ET, 10am PT on the Autism Network, YouTube, Twitter or FaceBook. Ask Dr. Doreen questions on TikTok.
In this episode of Ask Dr. Doreen, Dr, Doreen Granpeesheh answers questions about anxiety.
World renowned autism expert Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answers viewer questions from all over the globe. In this episode the topic is dealing with ritualistic and repetitive behaviors. Why do people on the spectrum like set routines? What can be done when the routine is counter productive for the individual and for others around them? Doctor Doreen also answers questions on a wide range of topics dealing with autism.
Autism expert Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answers questions from around the world about successfully dealing with challenging behavior. Dr. Doreen answers questions about eloping, masturbation in public places, spitting, swearing and hair pulling. They key to understanding any behavior is to understand WHY the behavior is happening. It is never random, there is always a reason for the behavior and when we understand the individual’s need we can help them to successfully get their needs met without causing harm to themselves and others.
In Part 2 of the Festival of Toys, Shannon reviews more award winners.
In this episode, Shannon reviews some of the award winning toys from this year’s Festival of Toys. To find these toys and other award winners, take a look at our storefront: https://www.amazon.com/shop/autismlive
In this episode, Shannon welcomes Dr. Jonathan Tarbox to discuss Compasionate ABA.
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On this episode of Jargon of the Day, Shannon welcomes Dr. Johnathan Tarbox to discuss Compassionate ABA. Check out this episode!
In this episode, Shannon interviews Matt Asner and Navah Paskowitz-Asner about the yearly reading of “it’s Wonderful Life” and upcoming fundraiser at the Ed Asner Family Center. Check out this episode!