Kids & Family
Episode 44: The Catina Way
Clinical social worker Catina Burkett joins us for a discussion about her experience as a Black, autistic woman. She explores how cultural stereotypes are dangerous for Black, autistic individuals. She joins her and our returning friend, Sean Inderbitzen to talk about their approach to helping autistic people who are seeking mental health services.
Read Catina's article here
Find the work of Sean and Catina for mental health professionals here
Episode 49: Safe Splash Swim School and Swim Labs
Everything is Spiritual with Rob Bell
Episode 47: Disability Rights Ohio
Episode 46: Craig, the man, the myth, the marriage
Episode 45: Chasing the questions.
Episode 43: Horrifyingly funny
Episode 42: E-learning, masks and county emergencies. Oh my!
Episode 41: Unique, like everyone else
Episode 40: Autism in Black
Episode 39: Light bulb moments with Molly
Episode 38: The color of autism
Episode 37: School's out forEVER!
Episode 36: Collaboration, collaboration, collaboration
Episode 35: When things fall apart and come back together again, maybe?
Episode 34: Good is effing good enough.
The new is NOT normal and that's okay.
Episode 33: Episode 33 Autism is NOT a tragedy
Episode 32: Normal in LALAland
Episode 31: Awkwardly Social
Dr. Laura Call of the Day
Bedtime Stories Podcast Fairytales and Folk Tales from the Lilypad for kids
Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages
To The Moon Honey Podcast
Focus on the Family Broadcast