Podcast: Play Therapy & Relationship Approach for Autism with Dr. Robert Jason Grant of Autplay

We’re talking to Dr. Robert Jason Grant creator of AutPlay® Therapy – a play therapy based approach to working with children. It combines the therapeutic powers of play therapy, behavioral therapy, and relationship development in a collaborative model to help kids and teens. Hear more about Robert’s journey to start the Autplay program for kids […]

Autism Activities Handbook partners with Paper Clouds Apparel and Autistic Artist to Launch Kickstarter Campaign

October 9, 2015 – Host of The Autism Show Podcast, Catherine Pascuas, launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund production of The Autism Activities Handbook: A practical activity book to help kids communicate, make friends, and learn life skills. The book is made for parents and teachers with illustrations by an autistic artist. “Opportunities for people […]

Podcast: Help your Kid with Sensory Integration Strategies for Autism with Lauren Brukner

Lauren Brukner is a Senior Occupational Therapist who lives in New York City with her husband and three children, two of whom have emotional and sensory integration difficulties. She holds a Master’s of Science in Occupational Therapy from New York University. She wrote two books addressing self-regulation on children. She specializes in sensory integration and […]

Podcast: Traveling with Autism and Special Needs with Jim Peterson of Trips Inc Special Adventures

Jim Peterson – Award winning Trips Inc. Special Adventures is a nationwide company that provides all-inclusive vacation packages for people ages 16 and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a safe, respectful, and fun atmosphere. All of their special adventures seek to create an environment that promotes personal and emotional growth, friendship, learning and […]

Podcast: Jenny Anderson: Supporting Entrepreneurs on the Autism Spectrum with Celebrate Autism

Jenny Anderson is the Co-Founder & CEO of Celebrate Autism, a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing innovative entrepreneurial education to young adults with developmental disabilities. She is a graduate of the University of Puget Sound, an autism sibling, and an advocate for education and equal opportunity for those with disabilities. Jenny’s 29 year old autistic […]

Press Release – The Autism Show Podcast Host to Publish Autism Book and Offer Limited-Time Book Giveaway

May 12, 2015 – Vancouver, BC – The producer and host of The Autism Show Podcast, Catherine Pascuas, will publish an autism book for parents and educators. The yet-to-be-titled book is expected to be published and available on Amazon in Fall 2015. Catherine Pascuas is an autism specialist, providing training and consultation to families and […]

Podcast: Daniel Abrams shares Autism brain research from Stanford University

Daniel Abrams, Ph.D., is research faculty in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University. The primary goal of his research is to understand how children with autism spectrum disorders perceive speech and to describe the brain systems that underlie speech perception in these children. Have you participated in autism research? Daniel Abrams […]

Podcast: Kevin Miller of Livecode: Teaching coding to people on the Autism spectrum

Kevin Miller, CEO of LiveCode joins us on The Autism Show to share coding for autism. LiveCode, the easy-to-learn programming language that uses English words to teach children and young adults to code. LiveCode just launched an IndieGoGo campaign in order to raise $350,000 to teach 3,000 young adults on the autism spectrum to code. […]

Podcast: Jean Nicol: Autism eating solutions with The Eating Game

Jean Nicol, Nova Scotia – Jean is a retired Special Education Teacher, living in Nova Scotia, who loves spending her time being an advocate for those with autism. In 2007 she was in a very fortunate position to respond to a friend’s cry for help with her autistic son who had eating challenges. With a Degree […]

Podcast: Tania Marshall: Spotlight on autism in girls and women

Tania Marshall, Australia – Tania is a best selling author and has worked in the field of child development, child and family psychology for 20 years. Tania had worked in a variety of roles, including private practice, the private special-needs school environment, and the children’s out-patient environment. She is the author of I am AspienGirl, […]