Connecting the autism community, one podcast at a time.
With more than 100 episodes, our podcast offers a friendly, informative conversation with inspiring individuals, experts, and authors in the autism community. Listen as experts share their latest research or give advice on raising kids or living on the spectrum and working in the ABA field. Find our podcast here or on Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Blog Talk Podcasts—essentially, wherever you listen to podcasts.
Dr. Fred Volkmar, a professor at Yale University with over 40 years in the field of autism-related studies, joins us to provide perspective on how far we have come in the diagnosis, research, and services for individuals with autism.
Dr. Danquah-Brobby joins us to talk about a variety of topics related to the education, professional progression, and interests of behavior analysts.
Devon Sundberg, M.S., BCBA is the founder of the groundbreaking (and long overdue) Women in Behavior Analysis Conference (WIBA). Devon shares how raising three daughters helped open her eyes to how gendered life can be (including party food).
In this episode, we talk with President of the College Internship Program (CIP), Dan McManmon, one of the world’s most comprehensive transition programs for young adults on the autism spectrum and learning differences.
In this episode, we talk with psychologist and author, Dr. Ronit Molko to explore recent research into girls with autism and how our approach to diagnosis and treatment needs to evolve.
In this episode we talk with the President of the Autism Society of America, Christopher Banks about their organization’s shift from “Autism Awareness Month” to “Autism Acceptance Month”.
In this episode we talk with Research Professor in the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences and Department of Psychology at the University of Washington, Dr. Annette Estes about her research about sleep issues in children with autism.
In this episode we talk with Dr. Ira Cohen, former Research Scientist and former Chair of Psychology, New York State Institute for Basic Research in Developmental Disabilities (IBR) and David Fuscus, Spokesperson for the NCAAS.