Connecting the autism community, one podcast at a time.
With more than 100 episodes, our podcast offers a friendly, informative conversation with inspiring individuals, experts, and authors in the autism community. Listen as experts share their latest research or give advice on raising kids or living on the spectrum and working in the ABA field. Find our podcast here or on Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Blog Talk Podcasts—essentially, wherever you listen to podcasts.
WEAP Director of Clinical Services, Dr. Becky Thompson, and Lead Technician, Reux Lennon, share about their work on the Neurodivergent Advisory Commitee and how they’re influencing the evolution of ABA.
How Neurodiverse Voices are Influencing the Evolution of ABA
Kerry Hoops the current President of the Autism Society of Greater Wisconsin and the clinical director for Wisconsin Early Autism […]
Successful Models for Assent-Based Vaccine Clinics
Dr. Ellie Kazemi is the Chief Science Officer at Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE), an accrediting organization focused on […]
A Closer Look at The BHCOE
Motivational Speaker and Poet Russell Lehmann joins us for a third time to explore the gap between American culture and Autism culture and how it can be bridged.
Bridging the Gap Between Autism Culture and American Culture
Motivational Speaker and Poet Russell Lehmann joins us for a second time to share his perspectives on the words we use when discussing autism.
The Words We Use When Discussing Autism
Motivational Speaker and Poet Russell Lehmann joins us to share his perspectives on autism and the human condition. Having spent […]
An Honest Look at the Full Experience of Autism with Russell Lehmann
Mo Buti, an advocate and instructional expert for people with autism joins us to take a deep dive into the […]
Understanding the IEP Process and How to Best Advocate for Your Child
Dr. Feliciano joins us to share her thoughts on the recent change to autism statistics from the CDC, the value of participating in research, and the information that can be accessed (or declined) for those who do.
Current Autism Research and Why Families May Want to Participate