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Season 3 Trailer

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Follow The Money Part II

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Interview with Quatiba Davis

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Wake Up Call About Autism

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Lack of Empathy

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Interview With Look Up Therapy

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Beyond ABA: Part 2

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Beyond ABA: Part 1

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A Message To The Providers

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Autism and Safety

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Inside The House

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What is SPARC Out?

SPARC Out is a safe haven in the podcast world to talk about all things autism. By sharing news, stories, and viewpoints from autistic individuals, family members, and professionals alike, we explore the autism experience and look to increase autism awareness and acceptance across backgrounds, cultures, and beliefs. We are especially focused on empowering minority communities to better understand and advocate for and with their autistic loved ones. We don’t do time out…we do SPARC Out! Disclaimer: The views, opinions and endorsements expressed in each podcast episode are those of the host and guests, and do not necessarily reflect the official position of Mental Health News Radio Network.

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Interview with Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County

In this week’s episode, we welcome Anna Stewart, Manager at Drowning Prevention Coalition of Palm Beach County. Her background as a Crime Scene Investigator and a non fatal drowning survivor also has given her a unique perspective in her current line of work. We discussed the ABC’s of water safety and the resources available the residents of Palm Beach County.

Interview with Early Steps / Easterseals Florida

In this week’s episode, we welcome Natalie Eno, Family Resource Specialist at Treasure Coast Early Steps/Easterseals Florida. Natalie is a mother of three daughters, the oldest diagnosed with autism. We discussed the resources she found that helped her better understand and care for her autistic daughter, making time for her other children, and the positive impact neurodivergent have on their neurotypical peers.

Interview with Best Buddies International

In this week’s episode, we welcome Tricia Williams, the Area Director of Best Buddies in Palm Beach. We discuss her journey as a mother of a neurodivergent child and as a provider, the fight for inclusivity, and the history of Best Buddies.Best Buddies International Website: Buddies Florida Facebook: Buddies Palm Beach Instagram: Buddies International Instagram: Buddies International Twitter: Best Buddies International YouTube:

Interview with FAU CARD: FAU’s Best Kept Secret

In this week’s episode, we welcome Chandra McKinney- Clarke, MS and Jeffrey Lucas of FAU CARD (Florida Atlantic University Center for Autism and Related Disabilities). FAU CARD provides expert consulting, training, and support, at no charge, for all people across all race, ethnic, and gender groups, with autism and related disabilities, their families, employers, the professionals, and community and governmental agencies serving them.We discuss the impact that FAU CARD is having on the local community, educating parents of the signs of autism and related disabilities, and the stigma of autism within the Haitian community. Connect With FAU CARD:FAU CARD Website: (Link)FAU CARD Facebook: (Link)FAU CARD Instagram: (Link)FAU CARD Twitter: (Link)FAU CARD YouTube: (Link)FAU CARD LinkedIn: (Link)


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