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My hero Donna Williams joyously shares how to soar beyond exposure anxiety. Donna teaches us to be more than our condition in her frank discussions on sexuality, humor, functional speech, bullying, and the cycle of involuntary avoidance/diversion/retaliation. The ASK BARB section addresses gaming, loneliness, and diagnostic protocols.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show19.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:06pm EDT

Teen gamers review Gnoggin’s wildly popular neurodiversity video “Ultimate Smash Brothers Theory: Smash is Autistic”. Then Jennifer Ho-Dougatz - entrepreneurial workshop trainer - shares tips on how to work through fear and roadblocks to live your passion. Finally the diagnosis of Intellectual Disability is discussed along with thoughts on the UNIT (Universal Non-verbal Intelligence Test).

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:25am EDT

Practical solutions to discover your purpose and set clear destinations. Keep integrity within yourself and have a job and autism label too. When in doubt look out. Those who teach from their heart to your heart are highlighted: Ibby Grace, Temple Grandin, Chammi Rajaptirana, Amy Sequenzia and Donna Williams.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show17.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:35pm EDT

This show is about releasing shame and being yourself. Author and humorist M Kelter discusses his own ASD label and journey through depression, hypersensitivities, and social challenges. Stereotypes are debunked and the overlap between depressive symptoms and autism traits are addressed. Tips on how to recharge energy expended being social are also given. This is a must hear for teens with profound introversion.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show16.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:49am EDT

Teaching how to Know and Grow your personal sources of Wealth – Your human capital, intellectual capital, social capital, and financial capital are discussed with financial planning expert Jay Healy.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show15.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:23am EDT

Actionable intelligence to help make financial decisions in line with presumed competence and personal purpose and intentions are highlighted with top financial advisor Jay Healy. Special Needs Trusts, Wills, Guardianships, and protecting government benefits are discussed.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show14.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:52am EDT

Actionable steps toward healthy sexuality honoring neurological differences are discussed with Edy Nathan. Tips on navigating Internet porn, sensory issues, communication, and safety are highlighted.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show13.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:15am EDT

This week we get extremely personal with Barb as we discuss sex and autism. Joining us in studio and providing the voice of Barb for this very intimate episode are Dr. Ty Heath and Scott Carpenter, JD.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show12.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:59am EDT

Edy Nathan, MA, LCSW, shares tips on how to grieve with grace. Discussed are: hypnotherapy, EMDR, aroma therapy, Neurofeedback, and emotion pacing/honoring the stages of grief. Barb Rentenbach also gives her perspectives on healthy grieving.

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show11.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:26am EDT

Dr. Rachael Gabriel continues her discussion on the importance of purpose and meaning in teaching -- not sequential developmental orders. Research, policy, and expertise concerning the practicality of labels like dyslexia and autism with regard to teaching is shared. Teaching writing first is discussed as a proven effective option for literacy instruction for neurodiverse populations. Lois' son Eli adds laughter -- which is like s like cross fit for the brain. It engages and strengthens multiple regions. Additional study tips are given for efficient learning and anxiet

Direct download: LoudMuteRadio_Show10.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 8:43am EDT