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Failed M-Chat Score, Toddler Headbanging, and Parent Led Therapy with Kelsey General

Navigating Autism : Failed M-Chat Score, Toddler Headbanging, and Parent Led Therapy with Kelsey General

Enjoy this look back at episode 3, where Kelsey General first shared her autism journey with her sons Brentley and Lincoln. She talks about early signs, the M-Chat, finding therapy, tackling severe safety concerns, and what she did when therapy just wasn’t working. Since discovering our community and courses, Kelsey has become the captain of her ship and seen incredible progress in both her sons allowing her family to lead a happier and less stressed life.

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Global Development Delay and Autism: Hot Seat #5 with Grandma Tina

Global Development Delay and Autism: Hot Seat #5 with Grandma Tina

When grandparents are able to collaborate with their families for the benefit of a child it is really amazing. In this hot seat I am talking with Grandma Tina about her 2 and a half year old Grandson Wyatt, diagnosed with Global Delays and Autism Spectrum Disorder before the age of 2. We are going over Wyatt’s One Page Assessment and some of the struggles they are facing despite some great progress already.

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Dr. Cheryl Tierney : Explaining the New CDC Milestones

Dr. Cheryl Tierney : Explaining the New CDC Milestones

The recent changes made to the CDC Developmental Milestones are not a cause for concern as shown recently on social media. This important interview with Dr. Cheryl Tierney explains the research and experts involved in the change, what the change really means, and why this milestone surveillance is so important for identifying delays in young children. Dr. Cheryl Tierney also debunks a viral myth, are COVID restrictions causing widespread developmental delays?

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Jess Ronne Special needs caregiver

Jess Plus the Mess on Supporting Special Needs Caregivers

A child is only as healthy as their caregiver, this is Jess Ronne’s motivation to support caregivers of special needs families. Jess is an author, documentary producer, podcaster and mother of 8. In this interview, she shares her story and caregiver advocacy journey. Jess has great advice, ideas, and tips on how we can come together to rally around an often unseen community.

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