Welcome to Episode 78 of The Sensory Project Show! In this episode, Rachel and Jessica talk with Rachel Madel, a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) and “tech master!” She is based in Los Angeles and is dedicated to helping parents and clinicians learn how to support children with complex communication needs. She also co-hosts a weekly podcast - Talking with Tech - that helps guide parents and professionals on utilizing technology to support communication. She has been featured in Autism Parenting Magazine, Speech Science, Praactical AAC, Xceptional Ed, Teachers with Apps and ChildNEXUS. Rachel is also the founder of a digital media company that provides educational resources, therapy materials, and training videos to help support parents and clinicians. She is full of valuable information and this is an episode you DON’T want to miss! Enjoy!
Welcome to Episode 66 of The Sensory Project Show! Today, Rachel and Jessica talk with the mother of two amazing boys - Amber Grant. Amber is passionate about helping her boys thrive in their everyday lives as well as helping others! This interview was so insightful and ended up lasting for nearly 2 hours! This episode was split into two parts, so make sure to catch both episodes!
Hi friends! Thanks for joining us today while we talk about all things auditory! As always, we will talk about the auditory system, what it looks like when a child has challenges in this area, and last but not least we will give you all our favorite tips, tricks, and strategies to increase your child’s ability to process and modulate auditory input!
Hey everyone! Thanks for joining us today! We are excited to talk to you about OCD and Autism in today’s episode - we received a question related to these two diagnoses so we wanted to dive in and hopefully provide you guys with some insights and some strategies!
Get ready for an amazing interview! Angela and her husband, Shawn, are the parents of two children, one with special needs. During this episode, they will talk about their trials, their triumphs, and will give simple advice to other parents.