October 25, 2014
Anne Maxwell the author of the book, "Would you Teach a Fish to Climb a Tree? A Different Take on Kids with ADD, ADHD, OCD, and Autism joins eHealth Radio and the Autistic Syndrome Information Channel.
Anne Maxwell, who is a child, play and family therapist, and an Access Consciousness® facilitator with over 20 years of experience working with children of all ages and backgrounds, who have been given all kinds of diagnoses.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Anne Maxwell discuss the following:
- Why did you write the book - Would you Teach a Fish to Climb a Tree?
- You work with alot of children with Autism and have a totally different take? Can you tell us about that?
- What can be done for children who have a hard time focusing and concentrating?
- If there was one thing you wished that parents could take away after reading the book, what would it be?
Anne Maxwell, LCSW, RPT-S, is a child and play and family therapist, and an Access Consciousness® facilitator with over 20 years of experience working with children of all ages and backgrounds, who have been given all kinds of diagnoses. Anne teaches children and parents to tap into and recognize their own abilities and knowing, and to acknowledge that different is simply different; not right, not wrong. As a result, healing and change are so much easier, more effective, more fun and faster!
September 22, 2014
Jacqueline Williams-Hines, Autism Awareness Advocate and Author of the No Small Victories Children's Book Series joins eHealth Radio and the Austism Information Channel. Jacqueline's organization is focused on educating the community about Autism and supporting families with an autistic child on the Autism spectrum.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Jacqueline Williams-Hines discuss the following:
- What is No Small Victories?
- What inspired you to Start No Small Victories?
- What are the themes of the books in your series?
- What are the future goals of NSV?
- What are some early sign of Autism, listeners can look out for?
Born in Monroe, Louisiana in 1965, Jacqueline moved to Springfield, MA with her family in 1970 and has since been a Springfield resident.
A graduate of the former Classical High School and grad student of American International College, Jacqueline subsequently left college to marry and start a family with her high school sweetheart. Though employed in several positions in her youth, it was the birth of her youngest son and his later diagnosis of autism that brought Jacqueline back to her first passion as a means of catharsis and coping mechanism…writing.
Though the dream of publishing her work had never truly been forgotten, it was this new found drive to help educate her son, Joshua’s, peers about autism as a way of bridging the communication gap that motivated her to self publish her first book in 2006.
Since then, No Small Victories has grown to become an organization active in increasing Autism Awareness as well as annually hosting an Autism awareness fair and boasting 4 books and counting.
Web Site: www.nsvonline.com
March 20, 2014
Paul Louden a 31 year old man diagnosed with autism at the age of 23 who has been selected by Google to help explore potential uses for Google Glass joins eHealth Radio and the Autistic Syndrome Information and Technology Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Paul Louden discuss the following:
- What is Google Glass?
- How did you get chosen as an explorer?
- How has Glass helped you?
- What other uses can you see for it in relation to autism?
- Do you see potential to help those with other disabilities?
Paul Louden is a 31 year old diagnosed with autism at the age of 23. Before his diagnosis he visited many countries with his family as a child and young man, and from these experiences has developed a thoughtful perspective on autism spectrum disorders and what they can mean to those who live with them. He advocates for those on the spectrum at conferences, conventions, and on the Understanding Autism Radio Show.
Web Site: facebook.com/UnderstandingAutismRadio
February 25, 2014
Celina Miller, an advocate for people affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorders joins eHealth Radio and the Autistic Syndrome Information Channel. She works to raise awareness for positive solutions to answer the questions that face people affected by ASD.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels & guest Celina Miller discuss the following:
- How and why did you become an advocate for people affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorders?
- You have a child with Aspergers Syndrome. Can you tell us about the early signs of ASD?
- What is the prevalence of ASD? Why is the number of children diagnosed on the rise?
- How can a concerned parent begin the process of having their child tested for ASD?
- Can you talk about some of the resources available to parents whose child is diagnosed with ASD?
Celina Miller is a writer, advocate, trained yoga instructor, musician, and mother to three - one of whom is affected by Aspergers syndrome. She understands the complexity of issues faced by families who are touched by ASD.
A graduate of the University of Virginia, the former editor-in-chief of YogaMom Magazine volunteers her time with various organizations to help people affected by Autism, mental health issues or homelessness. A member of the Board of Directors at Oasis Center for Women and Children, Celina is the co-chair for a multi-million dollar expansion that will provide needed play therapy services and resources to children in need.
A volunteer with Autism Speaks, Celina reviews grants and is a committee member for the Alabama Walk Now for Autism Speaks. In this capacity she meets with various organizations to encourage involvement and further raise awareness.
Celina service as a volunteer at the First Light Women’s Shelter where, with her children, she makes and serves food to homeless women and children. Celina is an active member in her church and a children’s service-project organizer. She also teaches piano.
A writer, Celina advocates for the protection of civil rights for people affected by ASD as well as promotes awareness about the issues faced by those affected and their families. You can visit her website and blog at www.celinamiller.com.
Celina lives in Birmingham, AL with her husband and children.
Web Site: www.celinamiller.com
Phone: (251) 363-5000