A discussion with Sam Henderson
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
3M ago
Sam Henderson is a 15 year old who has a mind of his own and has all kinds of unique interests. Sometimes there is a disconnect with Sam's interests and what his school wants him to learn. We discuss the school system and more. Sam is also the founder of Autists For Change, which is a grassroots organization that he started. He uses the internet and social media to help share and promote autistic voices. He helps promote the voices of autists in the system, to advocate for improvements to the system. His organization also tries to spread awareness and educate people on autism, so that autism ..read more
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Coming back from your holiday break
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
3M ago
In this episode Rob talks about coming back from vacation and how we might actually need a day or two after to recharge. Especially for people who are on the spectrum, coming back into a routine can be particularly challenging. Why don't we have half days when we come back from vacation during this adjustment period? The idea that we have to all be prepared for this mass adjustment is tough. It's not just waking up early, its getting back into that routine. We have to be patient with this process. Let's all give each other some grace during this adjustment period ..read more
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A discussion with Marcia Eckerd on my new book Uniquely Normal Manual
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
1y ago
In this episode of Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast, we flip things around and Marcia Eckerd interviews me on my newly released book "Uniquely Normal Manual". This new manual has specific guidelines and many step by step tools that will actually teach you to use my Bernstein Cognitive Approach for Autism. In the original book, Uniquely Normal I tell you what I do. In the new Uniquely Normal Manual, I teach YOU how to do it. I hope you enjoy this episode. Thanks for listening!  Who is Dr. Marcia Eckerd? Dr. Marcia Eckerd is a licensed psychologist since 1985, and was appointed by ..read more
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Cyndi Cathey and Stephen Shore talking about the PESI 2022 Autism Symposium
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
1y ago
Join us with “What’s New” and “What’s Next” in the field of autism ..read more
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In-depth on RPM with RPM Founder, Soma Mukhopadhyay
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
1y ago
Rob Bernstein speaks with Soma Mukhopadhyay, the founder of the RPM method. In addition to her founding of the RPM method for autism, Soma is an educator, author, public speaker, and much more. You can find out more information at halo-soma.org. They discuss how the method helped her son Tito, how autism affects each child differently, how RPM works, how the letter board leads to language, therapeutic poetry, and different approaches or tactics to improve the lives of those with autism spectrum disorder. If you have any questions or comments on the episode, feel free to reach out to Rob Bernst ..read more
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Part 2: Is there any similarity between the civil rights movement and the movement for acceptance and respect among the disabled? | Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast - Ep 12
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
1y ago
In this episode of Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast, Rob Bernstein and Bob Smith discuss the similarities between how African Americans were treated during the Civil Rights movement to how the disabled are treated today. Bob Smith describes himself as a non-violent activist who was greatly involved in the Civil Rights movement and assisted Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in organizing marches. Stay tuned to hear first hand stories of civil rights activists and Rob’s take on how it relates to today. Thanks for listening and enjoy the episode ..read more
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Part 1: Is there any similarity between the civil rights movement and the movement for acceptance and respect among the disabled? | Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast - Ep 12
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
1y ago
In this episode of Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast, Rob Bernstein and Bob Smith discuss the similarities between how African Americans were treated during the Civil Rights movement to how the disabled are treated today. Bob Smith describes himself as a non-violent activist who was greatly involved in the Civil Rights movement and assisted Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in organizing marches. Stay tuned to hear first hand stories of civil rights activists and Rob’s take on how it relates to today. Thanks for listening and enjoy the episode ..read more
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Autism and Neurodiversity: An Autistic Dilemma
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
1y ago
In this episode of Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast, we’ll be listening to the audio from a panelist discussion Rob hosted titled ‘Autism and Neurodiversity: An Autistic Dilemma’. On this panel, Wenn Lawson, V.R. Ferose, Marcia Eckerd, Stephen Shore, and Rob Bernstein discuss the intersection between people with autism and other disabilities and the way the education system functions in the world. They also compare the neurodiversity movement and the Civil Rights movement with guest panelist Bob Smith who marched with Martin Luther King Jr. I think you will enjoy this episode as much a ..read more
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Corona and Schools: Tips from the Inside | Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
1y ago
In this episode of Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast, Rob Bernstein and Marion Anderson discuss the reopening of schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Marion Anderson is the director of Cornerstone Children’s Center in Scarsdale, New York, a pre-school successfully running and growing since reopening in May as the coronavirus increasingly spreads throughout the United States. Stay tuned to hear her secrets of how she was able to grow her business during these tough times and how you can apply these tips to your family and friends. Thanks for listening and enjoy the episode ..read more
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The Importance of Neurodiversity with Dr.Marcia Eckerd
Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast
by Rob Bernstein
1y ago
In this episode of Uniquely Normal: A Rob Bernstein Podcast, we’re going to be talking about neurodiversity and the importance of the neurodivergent approach. Neurodiversity is the viewpoint that when speaking about learning or mental disabilities, it’s not in a pathological sense. It’s a viewpoint that brain differences are just that - differences, rather than being deficits. It’s an incredibly interesting episode and I’m sure these ideas will greatly help you and your family. Thanks for listening and enjoy the episode. Who is Dr. Marcia Eckerd?  Dr. Marcia Eckerd is a licensed psycholo ..read more
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