Everyday Autism Miracles



Life after an Autism Spectrum diagnosis doesn't have to be difficult; it can be joyful, happy and filled with hope. Join Shannon Penrod, author, speaker, coach and mom of a six year old recovering from Autism for this inspirational hour of hope. Hear stories from real parents whose children have made miraculous strides. Get the inside dish on therapies, treatments, supplements and how to get funding to help you afford them. Miracles abound in the autism community. Tune into Everyday Autism Miracles to listen, share, laugh and surround yourself with hope.


  • Shawn Colton Legends of the Boo Monster

    25/06/2012 Duración: 58min

    Autism Dad and author of Legends of the Boo Monster, Shawn Colton visits Everyday Autism Miracles to talk about both the real and the fictional Boo Monster. Listen in as this awesome warrior Dad explains how he found his voice when his child did not have one. Hear how he moved past denial, grief and even a cancer diagnosis in order to help his son. Find out how your child can become a part of the amazing children's book Legends of the Boo Monster.

  • Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer and The Kitchen Classroom

    18/06/2012 Duración: 58min

    Tune in to hear how Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer turned her son's GFCF diet into a multi-sensory learning experience that ultimately became the cookbook entitled, The Kitchen Classroom. Hear how creating healthy meals with your child can not only feed them nutritionally but can also help our children to develop math, language, fine motor and social skills.

  • Janeen Steel Learning Rights

    11/06/2012 Duración: 58min

    At some point in this journey through Autism we all need a little legal advice. Janeen Steel started Learning Rights to help parents who have a child with a disability be able to access legal help, learn what to do and potentially pass that knowledge on to others. Listen in as Janeen explains how parents can use this amazing resource to help their children get the right education.

  • Not Forgotten: The Untold Story of Autism in Ukraine

    04/06/2012 Duración: 58min

    Tune in as Shannon talks to the filmmakers of Not Forgotten: The Untold Story of Autism in Ukraine, a documentary about the real families battling ignorance and lack of Autism services half way around the world. Find out how you can make a difference in their lives with a click of a button. It's free!

  • We Make Plans and God Laughs

    21/05/2012 Duración: 57min

    This is a show about going with the flow. Get the right information, make a plan and then see what the universe has in store. Sometimes it is vastly different than the plan. Welcome to the world of having an child on the spectrum! Helpful funding and educational tips are also given!

  • Shannon Penrod And Being the Most Effective Member of Your Child with Autism's Team

    07/05/2012 Duración: 58min

    Host Shannon Penrod talks about the steps needed to become the most effective, efficient member of your child with Autism's team. Learn how you can help your child, deflect stress, and manage the schedule that comes with Autism. This is nuts and bolts with a sprinkle of inspiration for parents in the Autism trenches, from a mom who has been there.

  • Tammy Thompson, Karen Delaney and Linda Stummer Autism Warriors

    30/04/2012 Duración: 58min

    A special podcast with Autism Warrior Moms Tammy Thompson and Karen Delaney with special guest Linda Stummer. These are three ladies making a difference in Autism in the Upstate New York area. Listen in to hear how the Oswego Autism Task Force is getting it done! Hear about the importance of inclusion for all of our kids!

  • Matt Asner Autism Speaks Walk Now for Autism

    16/04/2012 Duración: 57min

    Inspirational Autism Dad and Advocate, Matt Asner share his Autism Journey with his brother and now his son. Listen to his full circle moment, being a dad with little hope, attending the Los Angeles Walk Now for Autism and now years later overseeing that same event. Get the inside dish on this year's walk. It is the single biggest Autism event of the year and not to be missed.

  • Keri Bowers Art, Autism and Filmmaking

    09/04/2012 Duración: 57min

    Keri Bowers is the founder of Normal Films and the co-founder of The Art of Autism. Listen in as she tells the inspirational story of how she helped her son realize his dream of becoming a filmmaker. Keri also shares her vision of Autism and the arts. This is an hour no parent should miss.

  • Jim Miller and the He Said/She Said Autism Marathon

    02/04/2012 Duración: 57min

    On World Autism Awareness Day Shannon welcomes her husband, voice actor Jim Miller to the show to talk about the he said/she said of Autism. Listen in as they laugh and cry through the memories of their journey through Autism and discuss how they have managed to stay happily married.

  • The A Word and Why You Should Be Watching

    26/03/2012 Duración: 57min

    Filmmaker Suzanne Oshinsky visits Everyday Autism Miracles to talk about the ongoing documentary, The A Word, which follows a boy with Autism from diagnosis through ABA therapy. This weekly series shows the struggles and triumphs as Jack Riley and his family experience the realities of progress on the Autism spectrum. Listen in as the filmmaker shares insights into the behind the scenes world of the film and how it has changed her life.

  • Cindi DeWet and the Assist Autism Foundation

    19/03/2012 Duración: 57min

    Cindi DeWet from The Assist Autism Foundation rejoins Everyday Autism Miracles to talk about the progress being made by the Assist Autism Foundation. Cindi also shares her journey through Tourette's Syndrome, how she healed herself and helped her son diagnosed with Aspergers. Listen in as Cindi shares the startling news that another of her children has recently recieved an Autism spectrum diagnosis.

  • Christina Adams Talks Camel Milk and Autism

    12/03/2012 Duración: 57min

    Famed Author Christina Adams changed the Autism world with her book, A REAL BOY. Now Christina is back in the news sharing her experience of the healing powers of camel milk. Camel Milk has long been thought to have healing properties by many in the mid east, listen in as Christina shares the science behind those beliefs as well as the tremendous effects she has seen on her son. Don't miss her harrowing account of how she was able to import camel milk to the United States.

  • Penelope Yates Tells the Autism Sibling Side of the Story

    05/03/2012 Duración: 57min

    Penelope Yates is no stranger to Autism. Her brother, Nick Yates was diagnosed with Autism and has subsequently recovered. Tune in to hear Penelope tell her side of the story as she accompanied her brother on his journey through Autism. This is a rare opportunity to hear what it's really like for an Autism sibling - the good, the bad and the ugly. Listen closely as Penelope offers real advice to parents about how they can help the siblings to cope. This is an emotional show about sibling love, fortitude and hope.

  • Eva Lund and Special Spirit Equine Therapy

    13/02/2012 Duración: 57min

    Eva Lund joins Everyday Autism Miracles to talk about Special Spirit and their mission to provide top quality equine therapy for children with Autism. This is an amazing opportunity for our kids to connect with peers, work on core motor skills and interact with some of the most gentle creatures on earth: horses. This is an inspirational hour full of hope and stories of success

  • Sueson Vess Shares Special Eats For Special Diets

    06/02/2012 Duración: 58min

    Sueson Vess is an extrodinary chef and author, specializing in highly nutritious food that tastes great even when you are on a special diet. Listen to Sueson share the gospel of good food prepared without gluten, dairy and other allergens. End the cycle of having to prepare a different meal for everyone at the table. Think it can't be done? Sueson shares her secrets...including her popular bone broth recipe. Be prepared to get hungry, because this episode is YUMMY and healthy! Sueson also shares news of this years Autism One Conference.

  • Sheila Appleby Williams Reunites with Lost Autistic Brother

    30/01/2012 Duración: 58min

    Over 50 years ago, when Sheila Appleby Williams' brother was diagnosed with Autism, her parents were told to abandon hope. Arthur Appelby was 5 years old when he left his home. Sheila was only 2, she didn't even remember she had a brother. Her father forbid anyone to speak his name. Hear Sheila tell the story of how she discovered her lost brother and after 50 years she reunited with him.

  • Jesse Saperstein Free Falls to End Bullying

    23/01/2012 Duración: 58min

    Jesse Saperstein, a young adult with an Asperger Syndrome diagnosis has decided to take on bullying. His intent...to wipe it out in the year 2012. His plan...free fall out of an airpline to call attention to the problem. In this episode of Everyday Autism Miracles Jesse Saperstein tells his own story of diagnosis at 14, the victim of cruel cyber bullying at 17, hiking from Georgia to Maine to raise money for pediatric AIDS, writing his book ATYPICAL and now free falling to end bullying. Listen in to this incredible hour of hope, honesty and humor.

  • Nancy Alspaugh-Jackson, Autism Super-Mom

    16/01/2012 Duración: 57min

    Nancy Alspaugh-Jackson, Executive Director of ACT Today! and awesome Autism Mom joins Everyday Autism Miracles to shares her Autism story of denial and obstacles. Listen in to hear how she turned that around, empowered herself, advocated for her son and found a way to help thousands of families with grants for real help now. Listen and be inspired. Find out how you can request a grant for your child as well as how you can assist other families in their quest to help their children.

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