Global accessibility awareness dayThis week talk to Sarah Herrlinger, senior manager of global accessibility policy and initiatives at Apple. This is Part one of 3 interviews surrounding Global Accessibility Awareness Day.
Apple info:Explore more about Apple accessibility and features like Guided Access at: apple.com/accessibilityExplore great apps in our Autism Acceptance collection on the App Store www.appstore.com/autism, as well as iBooks and podcasts (including this one!).If you have questions or feedback for Apple you can contact Apple’s accessibility support:e-mail: accessiblity@Apple.comPhone: 877-204-3930
This weeks in the news we talk about Electroshock therapy. Is this real? What are the results like?
We hear Lorena's side of the story. She tells us her side of this.
JJ's Seizures. A new Swedish study about taking antidepressants durning pregnancy does not contribute to autism. Also relationships with parents.
Sesame Street gets a character with Autism: Julia. We talk about Frank Campagna who writes a blog called Autism dad.
🎶Letters, we get letters, we get lots and lots of letters. 🎶 Leeetttttters. 🎵🎶. We read your letters and we also we talk to Peter
JJ's new places great! Talking Swedish accents. Peter is journaling/calendaring. Swedish accents. Dating resources for people on the spectrum.
Kids not appreciating parents, Peter beats Graham at Bowling…again and again.
Being friends with people from different backgrounds.
Kirk deals with some unexpected challenges traveling to Sweden on Short notice. Graham extends his tour. Continuing his adventures in Canada during pilot season.
Kirk’s in Saint John, Graham’s green card tour is coming to an end!
This week we score a short interview with Temple Grandin courtesy of Jill Escher.
Kirk gives an update of one man show in Australia. Graham braves the frozen tundra of the north. Graham and Peter go Bowling...Peter wins then chats up a girl.
Teaching Improv to people with Autism. When JJ’s tried he’ll say, “Good day to you" and leave.Letters we get letters
This week, new research on fecal transplants. Peter doesn't like to be touched. Graham fighting a pot belly. And Tweeting about Autism.
This week: Looking into housing options for JJ. Pete is taking all Grahams friends, trying to keep Pete’s fish alive, breaking Luke Skywalker, Housing options for JJ
This week JJ drives with his dad from Sweden to Germany taking the Ferry in Denmark. Peter reviews Rouge One with Graham...And Graham remind his mom he is a grown man.
This week Kirk interviews Meg Fields who talks about her recreational center for adults with Autism. Also she discusses with boys shower if there are girls around.
This week Kirk interviews Dana Hooper. Dana is setting up housing in the bay area.
This week Kirk interviews Emily Iland who helps train people with Autism to interact with people and Police to understand people with Autism.
This week Kirk interviews Matt Omelagah who runs an organization for Autistic people who are also Ex-convits who are starting over. This episode covers a very interesting topic that is often overlooked.
This week Kirk travels to Stanford University to cover the San Francisco Autism Society. This week we talk to Jill Escher.
Rosie O'Donnell calls Donald Trumps son Autistic. Also Peter also completes his Star Wars collection.
JJ picks out his clothes. The internet helps find sippy cups. Peter meets more comedians.
Graham and Kirk discuss one of the most famous Autism movies to date. We talk about what we love and hate about it.
Channeling our buying power to Autism friendly businesses. Also are businesses sometime guilty of taking advantage or disable people? Support the good guys.
The largest Autism organization is no longer seeking a cure. Also Graham and Peter discuss sex.
Also we talk hockey, the merits of exercise, not speaking French and Star Trek.