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How ATP and AAC can help those who are Non- Verbal

Hello and welcome to Episode 6 of Inside the Aspergers Studio. On todays show I am joined with Carol Page a Speech Language Pathologist and part of the ATP  (Assisted Technology Program ) in South Carolina. On this show we talk about what AAC is  (Augmentative and Alternative Communication)  and how it can help those who are non-verbal, not just in Autism but in all forms of disabilities as well.  We talk about pros and cons of Free vs Paid…

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Dating on the Spectrum with Miyah

Hello, and on this Episode if Inside the Aspergers Studio, I am talking with Miyah.  We talk about what it is like to date on the spectrum. We talk about all sorts of things. She talks about the issues she faces before she met her current boyfriend. The issues she faced being on the spectrum and trying to find the certain someone.  She share some of her funny dating stories with her current Boyfriend who is also on the spectrum. …

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Catching up with David Wyatt

Hello and welcome back to another episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio. In today’s episode I catch up with my friend and life coach over in the UK David Wyatt. Where I find out how things have been going and whats going on with his life since last we talked.  I find out he is now working with businesses and that he is selective of his clientele. We talk about what his goal for his practice and where he sees…

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Autism Down Under

On this edition of Inside the Asperger’s Studio I am joined with Ben Sorensen, Quirky, eccentric, bearded, media personality, voice over guy, writer, music lover, presenter of stuff & unable to leap tall buildings. ASD Where I get to know him and a little about how things are with ASD in Australia. I talk how he got into comedy and voice acting. I find out how he deals with his ASD on a daily basis and what one his most…

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Character Coach and singing in public

Hello, in this most interesting episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio. I talk with Emmanuel Enime. In this most interesting interview we learn what a Character Coach is and does, we learn about his life and what makes him happy. He talks about what his mission is and how plans to helps people. He talks about how singing can help de-fog them and that he has been doing it for bit, where he would just sing safe songs like Happy…

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Health Food and Plant Based Market Peter Rubi

Are you looking for a place to buy good wholesome food not full of additives and chemicals. Well take a listen to my next John Graves, owner of Peter Rubi Market.  John shares he story of how Perter Rubi came to be and the mission of the store. In this show we learn how he got into the business of being a grocer and selling health and plant based foods. We find out out how Covid has affected his store…

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The lighter side of Autism

In this episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio. I talk with Michael McCreary (Aspie Comic, Author, TedX Host and Actor). I dive inside the mind of a Aspie comic and see why he choose comedy, where he sees himself in years to come, and what the future has in hold for him.  I find out how his life was before comedy, and how comedy has helped him with all he does today from doing stand up to know acting in…

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Helping one kid at a time

Hello  and welcome to a new episode of Inside the Aspergers Studio. In todays show I talk with Dillen Hartley owner of Advacned Thearpy Solutions. A physical and occupational thearpy center. We learn a little bit about Dillen and why he does what he does. We learn a little bit about his life and his upbringing and than he talk more about his business and his help with those with ASD. Dillen is a very interesting man with a passion…

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Stories: Three Bachelors Later

Hello everyone, What do you get when you cross someone with two bachelors and going for her third along with a sense of humor and a love of telling stories and observing people. You get Madonna Kilkpatrick that’s who. She currently going for her third Bachelors all the while having been diagnosed late with ASD. Madonna is funny, charming, witty.  With her stories of why is doing what she is doing and her views on everything from the puzzle piece…

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