Episode Description: Patricia Kayser tells us how her brother's diagnosis and her love for music led her to create Autism and Music. Patricia has been using music to spread Autism awareness through music interactive activities.
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Episode Description: Brittyn Coleman shares what led her to become a registered dietitian and her interest in the nutrition aspect of children diagnosed with Autism. She discusses the importance of individualizing a nutrition plan and her experience meeting Dr. Temple Grandin.
Episode Description: Amalia Starr opens up and shares the emotional path she experienced when leading her son Brandon, who was diagnosed with autism, to independence when most experts considered it nearly impossible. She also shares some tips on independence training for caregivers.
Episode Description: As we wrap up our IBD segment, our hosts Nicholas and cousin sit down to discuss and reflect what we learned on IBD this month. We had great interviews with advocates, patients, organizations, and physicians.
Episode Description: Dr. Karen Simon, MD, sat down with our hosts to discuss treatment strategies with her patients and her interest in IBD. She also discussed some of her research and answered questions IBD patients have.
Episode Description: Megan Starshak from The Great Bowel Movement sat down with us to share her story on dealing with her diagnosis during her college years and how t-shirts inspired her to create a movement.
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Episode Description: Episode 3 is out! Tune in for our episode on IBD. On Part 1 we interviewed Brittany Roman-Green and learned more about her experience as a registered dietitian nutritionist and her Ulcerative Colitis diagnosis.
Episode Description: Since COVID-19 turned into a global pandemic our lives changed. We have taken new measures to avoid transmission and social distancing has become part of our day-to-day. Nicholas Focil, our founder, sat down with cousin to discuss current research and daily life with COVID-19.