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We call ourselves the 4am Mom Club because more nights than not, our kids are awake at 4am. We both have very medical, complicated, rare, beautiful children. This is a podcast for medical and special needs mamas (and the people who love them) who are facing a life they never expected. We share hope-filled stories of special needs families, all shapes, colors, sizes and abilities, all in different phases of their special needs or medical journey. www.whenautumncomes.com
 
Do you love the Special Needs Supermom Podcast? If you do, I would love it if you could rate and review the show. This helps me support more special needs moms, like you, to find and recharge their superpowers and boost their confidence. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Would love to know what you loved most about the episode!Also, if you haven’t done so already, subscribe to the podcast so you won’t miss out on special bonus episode ...
 
Welcome to the Special Needs Kids are People Too! Podcast with Amy Bodkin, EdS. Amy is an Autistic adult who also happens to be a School Psychologist turned Special Needs Consultant and Public Speaker! Amy is an Advocate for seeing every child as a person, not a diagnosis because a special needs kid is just like any other child, just more so! You can find out more about Amy’s advocacy work at AmyBodkin.com.
 
Award winning, world renowned authors, psychiatrists, psychologists, physicians, advocates and respected children's foundations join us to help you better understand a special needs child.... and yourself. You are your child's best advocate - if not you then who - become an informed educated parent here at The Coffee Klatch.
 
Connecting The Special Needs Community. There is nothing more empowering than confidence and there is no greater need for that empowerment than when raising a child with a disability. Our programs offer support, information and inspiration for those on the special needs journey by offering practical and focused educational parenting programming. Become empowered, become confident, become the best parent and educator you can be.
 
Welcome to Thriving in the Midst of Chaos! This show is about surviving parenthood while having a child with special needs, while attempting to keep your self and your sanity intact. We share our experiences and discuss how we survived, what worked for us, and what didn’t work for us. This is a nonjudgmental space, to realize that we all actually WILL live through this and to make thriving in parenthood an actual possibility. We will also be sharing fails, nails, and comical tales, as well a ...
 
The goal of specialneedsinmycity podcast is to inspire and educate you as a parent or caregiver to be stronger; emotionally, mentally, socially and physically on the special needs journey. Each episode will leave you knowing more about how to navigate areas of special needs effectively as a family while helping your child thrive and meet his/her unmet potential. Chats with amazing special parents, top-notch medical experts and educators, and dedicated community leaders making a difference wi ...
 
This show is for anyone who is raising a child with neurological differences. Raising a child with autism and epilepsy like my daughter Remy, I have learned quite a few lessons about the special needs world and the evolution of growth as a mom. In this show, we discuss all of it. Parenting, marriage, the autism world, epilepsy world and everything in between. Welcome, I am so glad you stopped by
 
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As part of the Witherslack Group's Back to School Campaign we are delighted to bring you a very special episode of our podcast! This session focuses specifically on mindfulness exercises to support children and young people with the transition back to school after the summer break. Our guide through this experience is Michelle Conroy, Therapist and…
 
We know that traveling can be overstimulating for neurotypical individuals, but how does it affect our children who are already sensory sensitive? Amy, from Floyo Travel, is talking with Suz today about tips for traveling with the right mindset for special needs families who may struggle with sensory processing disorders. Topics discussed that you …
 
In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast: Best tips to get through the bad days as a special needs mom. It’s been one of those weeks as a special needs parent. Just plain awful. And when your special needs kid is not doing well, we don’t feel well, right mom? In this episode I share how I get through these weeks as a special needs mom.…
 
Confidence is so important to a child’s future happiness, health, and success. Confident children are likely to be better equipped to deal with peer pressure, responsibility, frustrations, challenges, and both positive and negative emotions. This episode of SENsational explores the key factors in developing a child’s confidence, strategies to build…
 
Amy from Floyo Travel is opening up and sharing all of her tips and tricks when it comes to communication while on vacation. We talk about communication for our nonverbal children, but also communication roles as parents and caregivers. Topics discussed that you do not want to miss: What does it look like to work with a travel agent? Communication …
 
This week Amy from Floyo Travel is sharing tips and tricks for cruise ship travel. She is also talking about traveling as a family with special dietary needs. Join her and Suz as they continue the When Summer Comes Series. We are keeping these episodes short and sweet, and packed full of travel tips for medically complex, disabled families. Topics …
 
Amy from Floyo Travel is joining Suz for our When Summer Comes Series. We are keeping these episodes short and sweet, and packed full of travel tips for medically complex, disabled families. This week Amy is sharing travel tips related to mobility needs of families like ours. Topics discussed that you do not want to miss: Staycation practice Loosen…
 
Ilissa Fern from the Nebraska Early Childhood Collaborative talks about they’re Parent Ambassador Program, a year-long leadership and advocacy program for parents of early learners in Nebraska. The goal of this program is to develop parent leaders and support them in advocating for their children, themselves, and their communities. Applications are…
 
Summer tips for Special Needs Parents to relax, recharge and have fun. Not going on a trip this summer or just don’t know what to do with your kids all these long summer days? With most of my family members being homebodies and uhm gamers, it is a bit easier for me these days. But like most kids they are tired at the end of an intensive school year…
 
Amy from Floyo Travel is joining Suz for our When Autumn Comes - scratch that - When Summer Comes Series. We are keeping these episodes short and sweet, and packed full of travel tips for medically complex, disabled families. This week we are kicking things off by talking about the always important respite. Topics discussed that you do not want to …
 
The Role of Friendship with Autism Making friends or developing a social circle can present it’s challenges for children and young people with ASD. Every child is different and for some the importance of having friends might be a key element to their happiness, and for others the anxiety of being involved in that social position or as part of a gro…
 
Chronique fatigue in kids and teens is not about going to bed too late. It’s a long-term condition marked by extreme fatigue or tiredness that doesn’t go away with rest. Like Supergirl’s doctor explained: it’s like having a jetlag 24/7 and no matter how much you sleep or naps you take, it won’t go away. It effects school attendance, school results,…
 
I cannot believe we are wrapping up season two of When Autumn Comes. This season finale episode is another “solo suz” episode where I talk about a few things that have been weighing heavy on me lately. Y’all know I struggle with the solo episodes because I prefer talking to someone directly in front of me - but it felt good to get these feelings ou…
 
Remember that reading game we played in school that left you terrified and anxious? Yep - that one. Leah is here and we are talking about the game Popcorn in preparation for our WAC Summer Book Club. We are reading Leah’s book Loving You Big together! Join us! Link to sign up below. Links and resources: Sign up for the book club here: https://forms…
 
In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast I talk about signs and symptoms of special needs children: real issue or talked into? * When you’re autistic you’re anti-social; when there’s a smog weather alarm you have to stay inside when asthmatic; all kids taking MTX-injections get ‘allergic’ to the color yellow, the smell of fresh cut gra…
 
Leah is back! Since we last met her, early in season one, she has released her debut memoir, Loving You Big. It is a story of beautiful, loving, chaos that so many of us can relate with and feel comfort in knowing that we are not alone in this journey. Leah and Suz are hosting the When Autumn Comes Summer Book Club together! Join us as we read Lovi…
 
Happy Fathers Day to all the dads out there! This week, instead of having a mom share her story, we invited a dad to the show! Daniel introduces us to his family, he talks about what it feels like to be a rare disease father as he faces the ‘it’s not fair’ moments as well as the waves of grief. Daniel is one of the founders of the Rare Disease Film…
 
Report card grading for children with special needs. Or better: celebrating your C-Grade kid. Wrapping up the school year there is a lot of attention for the kids that excelled. The A-Grade, honor rol, 3.6 and higher GPAl students. But what if you really tried hard and just don’t get past that C? You do the best you can, but the only thing you hear…
 
In episode 67 of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast, I talk about what to do when your special needs kid refuses to eat. Years ago, when big wonderboy was still a little wonderboy dinnertime was the most stressful time of the day. One look at his plate and little wonderboy asked if he could be sent to the ‘naughty corner’. Nice and quiet and no yuc…
 
Janice is back! Scroll back and listen to episode 5 called “Quarantine Blessings” to hear her full story. Today we are simply two bereaved medical, special needs moms talking about what has helped our grief journeys and what has not. Trigger warning: this episode is raw, candid and plenty of tears were shed. Topics discussed that you do not want to…
 
We are chatting about camping today, as a follow up to Kristy’s episode this week. Diane shares a story about porkchop juice and Suz shares a story about stolen pretzels with cinderella birds. We also 100% recognize that maybe these stories are why we have both become glampers instead of campers… Links and resources: Follow Suz: @suzgeoghegan Follo…
 
You are about to meet a brave mama who will do whatever it takes to make sure her children are receiving the best care, best support and best adventures they can possibly imagine. Kristy and her husband packed up their family (during a global pandemic) and moved across the country so her son Robbie could receive better care. Then they became camper…
 
In episode 66 of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast I explain why it is so important to find out the reason for your burnout in order to fix it. Why this is important? Because you can feel burned out or have a burn out for so many different reasons. Only when you know the real reason that led you to this burnout, you can find the solution that will…
 
4AM: Meditative Laundry Diane wants to know if folding laundry can count as self care. Suz wants to know why Diane walks so fast. This one is all over the place. Links and resources: Follow Suz: @suzgeoghegan Follow Di: @diane.kay.erdman Join the conversation: www.facebook.com/WhenAutumnComesSociety Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/WhenAutum…
 
The impact of Covid-19 on neurodiverse children and young people For this episode we are joined by podcast regular Emma Weaver, who is the Director of the Early Years Service for the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity. During our discussions we focus on the social changes and challenges faced by many children during this period, as well as the …
 
After her daughter, Nina, passed at 8 years old from Rhabdomyosarcoma (soft tissue cancer) Stephanie continued on, facing waves of grief along with her husband and two other children. 15 years later, Stephanie is now leading grief support groups, helping other parents process the loss of their child(ren). Topics discussed that you do not want to mi…
 
In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom podcast I give you an insight in the day out of the life of a special needs mom. Why I struggle with my self-worth on days like this. And how I break that spell. * This week was just one of those weeks... come Thursday evening I felt worthless. I had two major things on my to-do for this week, yet here …
 
Today’s guest is… Suz? She is taking on the mentality that many of us face when we feel “out of practice” when we are thrown into the hospital with our child. Topics discussed that you do not want to miss: Brain fog happens when you walk into the Emergency Room It’s okay to feel all the feels Suz gives a few of the tips that help her during hospita…
 
Join us for a trip down memory lane with Kristen as she shares stories of hospital shenanigans and treatment recovery slumber parties with her sister Samantha. Links and resources: Follow Suz: @suzgeoghegan Follow Di: @diane.kay.erdman Join the conversation: www.facebook.com/WhenAutumnComesSociety Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/WhenAutumnC…
 
This week we are sitting down with Lillie Mae award winning PR and creator of the glambitious brand. As an Award-Winning PR Strategist & Creator of the Glambitious Brand Lillie Mae has dedicated her efforts to empowering, recognizing and supporting entrepreneurs of all facets around the country for 10+ years. Having grown up in a very underserved c…
 
Kristen is a “cancer sibling” who vulnerably opens up with us about what it was like to lose her sister (and later her mother) to cancer. She shares how her family created as much joy as they could during tough hospital stays, how they hung onto memories with family vacations, and how they found hope for the medically complex community with their n…
 
This is NOT a 5 minutes at 4AM. We are updating you a bit on the pod, talking about next week’s guest and the memorial garden she is building in Suz’s backyard, sleep talking and spitting, AND vitamins for the who ha… All of this for Mothers Day. Happy 4AM. Links and resources: Follow Suz: @suzgeoghegan Follow Di: @diane.kay.erdman Join the convers…
 
Depression in Special Needs Children: quite common, why, what to do and what NOT to. Let’s talk depression mom. I know it sucks. If I could I would bubble wrap my kids and safely store it away in a safe, nice and happy place to protect them from pain, the exclusion, the hurtful comments… But I can’t. Our kids learn at an early age that they are dif…
 
Motherhood is tough. It forces us to face beautiful days and chaotic days. Hard days and easy-ish days. Fun days and structured days. Motherhood is hard no matter what kind of mama you are. Medical motherhood is something most of us never expected to face and it has turned us into people we never expected to be. Today our community unites with a bu…
 
Amanda joins Suz to talk about self care for moms. We recently polled moms in the When Autumn Comes Society and throughout social media to find out what they do for themselves when they have five or more minutes of alone time… Links and resources: Hampton Roads Yoga: www.hrvayoga.com Follow Suz: @suzgeoghegan Follow Di: @diane.kay.erdman Join the c…
 
In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom Podcast I talk about the effect of ADHD medication. Unfortunately there is still a lot of controversy about ADHD medication. Whether it is really necessary, that it will turn you into a zombie, that all you need to do is take away the distractions and make it interesting. I got my ADHD diagnose at age 4…
 
Amanda Rogers, Licensed Professional Counselor is back to share her wisdom with our community of medical caregivers. When I was preparing for this episode I was able to find plenty of information on the mental load of mothers, but nothing specific to medical mothers. So today we are chatting about it! Topics we talked about that you do not want to …
 
Diane shares alllll the mishaps of her Spring Break vacation to Florida and it’s hilarious. Links and resources: Follow Suz: @suzgeoghegan Follow Di: @diane.kay.erdman Join the conversation: www.facebook.com/WhenAutumnComesSociety Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/WhenAutumnComesPodcast Follow us on Instagram: @WhenAutumnComesPodcast Make sur…
 
In episode 62 of the Special Needs Supermom podcast I share my top tips to avoid burnout as a special needs mom. As a special needs parent we face a lot. No wonder burnout is a real thing amongst us special needs moms. Not that we mention it of course. But I get you momma and I’ve been there. Heck, sometimes I still have days like this. Besides the…
 
Today I have a treat. I'm chatting with a beautiful mom, Ida of to every mom. Ida, similar to the majority of the adults that joined the Tiktok in 2020, was reluctant at first. However, when she heard a famous podcaster say, "If you don't have an audience, you don't have a business, and Tiktok is the place to grow an audience", she immediately made…
 
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