Welcome to episode #2.4 of the Moving Autism Forward Podcast. Many of you know and love Dr. Anju Usman. She is on the board of medical advisors for TACA and has been a true hero in our community. You are going to hear her tell all about how she ended up in the world of integrative medicine and the best pieces of advice she gives to new parents and seasoned parents alike.
Welcome to episode #2.3 of the Moving Autism Forward Podcast. It is our hope that here on the podcast we are creating something that encourages you in your journey, puts tools in your hands and can be a 30 minutes break in your busy week. Today we have the awesome opportunity of hearing from Dr. Devin Houston. Dr. Houston is one of the biggest advocate, innovators, and supporters of our community. You are going to enjoy hearing him share about his journey, touch on the big pieces that matter in enzyme success stories and you might even hear us choke up as we talk about the cost burden of therapy, medical needs, and supplementation that our children need throughout their journey.
Welcome to Episode #2.2 of the Moving Autism Forward Podcast. Here at TACA we strive to bring you relevant, hopeful, and applicable conversations that explore the latest in autism research, support, and all around TACA resources. It is our hope that here on the podcast we are creating something that encourages you in your journey, puts tools in your hands and can be a 30 minutes break in your busy week. Today, we have the wonderful Elizabeth McCoy, Esq., who is a licensed attorney in the state of California. She focuses her practice on all things special needs and is a valuable part of the TACA board. It was such a privilege to have the opportunity to sit and talk with Elizabeth for a few minutes and have her bring clarity to so many legal areas that concern parents in the TACA community.
Welcome friends to Season Two of the Moving Autism Forward Podcast! We are thrilled to be able to bring you exciting episodes all month long and give you important resources and information to help your family, your friends, and your child. This week we are honored to have Dr. Nancy O’Hara as our guest. Dr. O’Hara is a nationally known and sought after pediatrician out of Connecticut. We loved being able to hear from her about the importance of starting small when addressing your child’s needs, what it looks like for a practitioner and patient/family to work as a team, and we think you are going to really appreciate her stories as she tells us all about some of the most impactful patients through the years.
Welcome to the first podcast of 2017! Today we have the privilege of highlighting one of the core programs of TACA: Chapters. You are going to love hearing from two of our newest chapter coordinators, Tyler Dahm and Tiffany Jenkins (Both from the Colorado chapter). They graciously came to talk with us along with Jackie Moore. So go ahead and grab your coffee, turn up the treadmill, or get your grocery list out and let’s get going…
It’s the end of another year, 2016 is almost gone! TACA is growing every year. TACA is in a constant blur of activity; helping families, building relationships, and expanding our community. This could not have happened without the fantastic people dedicated to the TACA mission. Thank you all.
Welcome to the last podcast of 2016! We hope that your family had a wonderful holiday season and you are gearing up for a fabulous New Year. This week is our 2016 wrap up and we could not think of a better way to end the year than to be able to share this episode with you. We were so lucky to be able to sit down with Dr. Tracy Fritz at the National TACA Autism Conference just a few weeks ago to hear her story and explore the latest in her clinical practice. You are going to love hearing her very personal story of living with autism and it will encourage every parent out there to hear her talk about the struggles of finding balance, peace, and rest in the midst of 1000 autism related demands.
Happy Holidays and welcome to a special episode of the Moving Autism Forward podcast. We are so excited about sharing some important and hopefully encouraging holiday tips with you this week. In this episode, we are going to touch on many different topics and we flew through so many various parts of the holidays, from…
Welcome back to the last of this series, featuring some amazing recipes and instructional videos that make it easy to follow along. As we draw closer and closer to Christmas there are usually two things that present a struggle to comply with the GFCFSF diet: Dessert and BREAD! Let’s all be honest with one another, these really are hard. So let’s tackle these two big hurdles and have an enjoyable Holiday season.
This episode we are honored to welcome Dr. Daniel Amen, M.D. as our guest. We were so encouraged by his kindness, the specific way he encouraged caregivers in this episode, and the way he made challenging concepts easy to grasp. He spoke with us about his new book that just released “The Brain Warriors Way” and we even spoke about his children’s book to encourage sleep “Time for Bed, Sleepyhead” (Who couldn’t use a little help with that?). You are going to love all Dr. Amen shared and we hope that you find at least one takeaway that will benefit you and your family along your journey!
Welcome back to another episode of the TACA podcast! We loved having the opportunity to sit with Lisa and hear the early stories about TACA when it was merely a dream in her heart, and maybe a last ditch effort to gather like-minded parents who were ready to fight for their kids. Lisa also shared with us some practical tools for when you are just getting started in your autism journey and some encouraging advice for when you think you might have hit your last wall.
Welcome to the last installment of the TACA Halloween series. Before we get into the Tips and tricks for Halloween Day, let’s go back and refresh: Part 1: Preparing for Halloween Filled with encouragement on everything from explaining the holiday to picking out the perfect costume. Part 2: Trick or Treat My Name is _________…