We, autism moms, have had quite a year of ups and downs. Listen in as we reunite on this tell-all update episode. Fear not, the squirrels and laughter are back for an all-around rockin’ good time…as usual.
Join us as we dish on some of the memorable moments of our SUPER popular autism parent podcast. We laugh; we cry (from laughing). We also toast our favorite guests of the past four seasons and roast our own podcasting (and autism parenting) skills alike. All done? Check out our SHOW NOTES for this episode.… Read More
Join the South Florida blondes on their parenting autism podcast for another unscripted, uproariously funny update to which only super autism moms (and masochists) can relate. Quarantine life may have cramped special needs schooling, birthdays, graduations, and vacays, but certainly not their style!
A few spectrum squirrels also sound off, but in the words of the fabulous Walter Mercado, “I never rehearse to be myself.” Listen to this top podcast, laugh with abandon, and relate “con mucho, mucho amor! Read More
The one with the coolest ASD auntie, Sandy Boisrond: advocate, attorney, and overall badass. Also the one where we went all in. No filter. Shocker! Read More
Meet Elizabeth Camp, the special needs whisperer with a loud and persistent advocating voice. She dishes up a delicious plate of support training adults with disabilities in both job and life skills at Fort Lauderdale’s new Friendship Café. She’s welcome at our table any time! Remember to check back for PART 2 coming up next… Read More
Guest Alexandra Zadak of This Is Improv speaks off the cuff about the benefits of improvisation for individuals with high-functioning autism. May she break a leg as the clever South Florida ad-lib queens of The Disorderly Blondes Autism Podcast wing-it through their first episode of Season 3! Also starring squirrels. Okay, just one squirrel. She… Read More
by Kristi Vannatta My fifteen year-old son J.R. has autism. If you were to meet me for the first time you may ask where he falls on the spectrum and whether or not he is considered “high functioning.” A speedy answer is always tricky for me, because these days a parent is reluctant to describe… Read More
Dr. Jennie Troccio is an autism educator, consultant, DIR/Floortime provider, and founder of PLAY. She teaches the South Florida blondes that kicking off one’s heels can be the key to reaching children AND families dealing with autism. Read More
On this episode, the blondes are “FALL”ing back, and ironically it’s rosé that helps their footing as they reflect upon homecoming, influencing, base running, and (sticker) swapping. Also, they see unicorns. Can this all be accomplished by remaining #onbrand? You’ll have to listen to find out! Read More