Usually at Autism Bulletin, there's an effort to share answers and insights for parents of kids with autism spectrum disorders. So it was an interesting experience to be a guest on Michael Boll's Autismpodcast.org to talk about my work on this blog and also about being the parent of a young child on the spectrum.
You can find the recording of the conversation by clicking here.
Michael Boll is a teacher by training and, like many Autism Bulletin readers, he found himself thrust into this role of having to learn all about autism spectrum disorders, what to do about it to help his son and family, all the while carrying on with other parts of his life.
If you are new to Autismpodcast, the website hosts 61 episodes and counting. They include talks with Andy Bondi and Lori Frost, the founders of the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Steven Gutstein, founder of Relational Development Intervention (RDI) and Alex Plank, creator of wrongplanet.net, an online resource for people with Asperger's.