Podcast 09: Self Care with Bethanne Weiss aka the Asset Queen

Amy talks with Bethanne Weiss, author of Move Your Assets From the Chair Not the Bank, about the importance of self care for parents of special needs children.

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Podcast 08: The Resources Won’t Come to You: How to Take the Initiative to Find the Resources Your Child Needs

In this episode, Amy shares steps you can take to be sure you are finding the best resources for your child.

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To My New Insurance Company From a Mother of a Son with Autism

Until you really NEED your insurance, it’s just kind of there.  For the last several years of my adult life my insurance was just kind of simmering on the back burner.  I neither loathed it or appreciated it very much.  Now, as a mother of a child with autism, I do both.

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How to Have a Successful Birthday Party for a Kids on the Autism Spectrum

Amy share some practical tips in how to have a successful and stress-free birthday party for a child with autism.

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Podcast 07: Red Flags of Autism with Bobbi Barber

In this episode, Amy interviews Bobbi Barber, co-founder of ABC for Autism and author of the book Autism, Adolescence and Adulthood about the red flags of autism, why a diagnosis is so important and what course of action to take if your child does receive an autism diagnosis.

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We Survived & Thrived: Why Vacations & Time Spent With Family is so Important for Children on the Spectrum, Even if It’s Difficult

Amy shares how her fears of taking a recent family trip were eased when things went better than she expected.

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