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First we talk about bipolar disorder and ways to cope with it.

Then we hear from Kave, an 8 year old boy who has a brother with autism. He tells us what it’s like to have an autism sibling.

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First we discuss what to say when someone asks you where you fall on the autism spectrum.

Then we hear from Michael Mills, a 35 year old autistic adult. He is fascinated by studying autism and neurodiversity in general.

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First we discuss the three different types of autism.

Then we hear from Andrew, a 9 year old autistic boy who goes to school and attends scouts as well.

The giveaway has ended. Thank you for participating.

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First we talk about ADHD.

Then we hear the interview with Jackie from the UK. She has an autistic son who is 5 years old.

We started a giveaway for The Very Hungry Caterpillar Laundry Detergent. Look to our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for that giveaway post and for the rules.

Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as a dollar a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.

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First we hear the top 10 awesome things about being on the autism spectrum.

Then we hear from Pablo Heckman, a 15 year old video game developer and animator.

Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as a dollar a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.

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We discuss childhood vaccines first.

Then we hear from our interview. Daniel Docherty is from Ireland and loves singing. He discusses his college course, going to the gym, and singing as his passion. Daniel sings a song towards the end of the episode so listen for that. He’s an incredible singer!

Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as a dollar a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.

We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.

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First we discuss memory loss and autism.

Then we hear from Andreas Souvaliotis, a Canadian social entreprenuer. He tells us about the book he wrote and about his career endeavors.

Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as a dollar a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.

We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.

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First we discuss Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD). It can be a comorbid disorder along with autism.

Then we hear from our interview with Kajsa from Sweden. She is 12 years old and we loved having her on the show. She talks about school, her friends, being on the spectrum, and AutCraft.

We announced the winners to the chewy giveaway. I Am As You and Autism Explorer on Instagram won the chewies. Congratulations to them. Once we get addresses, we will mail those out to you.

Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as a dollar a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.

We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.

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First we discuss bullying in special needs children.

Then we hear from our interview. Morgan Page is The Autist Artist on Instagram and Twitter. She is a visual artist who is autistic. She talks about her artwork on this episode.

We were featured as #6 on a top 20 autism podcasts list at Feedspot.com. Thank you for including us on your list! We feel honored to be #6 as well as be included at all. A big thank you to our listeners who helped us get this far.

We are starting a giveaway. We are giving away 2 chewies from Ark Therapeutic, one is a necklace and the other is a handheld chewy. Watch for our social media post to enter that giveaway. It ends March 23rd at noon mountain standard time. We will choose two winners.

Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as a dollar a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.

We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.

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We discuss masking in autism and how it affects people on the spectrum.

Then we hear from Kate Shaw from the UK. She talks about being a woman on the spectrum and how that affects her life.

Visit our Patreon page to pledge even as low as a dollar a month to help support this podcast. Visit our Merch page to purchase things with our logo on it. Some of the proceeds go to The Art of Autism.

We have a Twitter account, a Facebook page, and an Instagram account you can follow us on.

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