Autism Radio would like to discuss autistic services that are available in different parts of the country or in different parts of the world. It seems to us that there is a huge disparity in services that are available depending on what area of the United States you live. Here in New Jersey - we have a variety of services available to us. We have special schools specific to just Autistic Spectrum Disorder. It would be good to discuss areas that need more attention and more services. Please feel free to contact us at 1-877-HOPE-777 and be on our show!!! Or you can also e-mail us your answers at email@example.com. Thanks so much. As always, answers remain anonymous. Thanks so much.
AutismRadio would like to hear from our listeners/readers: Does your child with autism have any obsessions that they fixate on? If so, does it become an issue and how do you as a parent handle it? Please feel free to also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us TOLL FREE and be a part of our show! 1-877-HOPE-777.
“My mind was constantly whirring with thoughts, worries and concerns. The time spent with my obsession was the only time in which I had a clear mind – it gave me that much sought-after relaxation.”
AutismRadio would like to hear from our readers/listeners - how did the holidays go for you? Also, how are you surviving the winter break? Please feel free to share on our Facebook - we know this is a difficult time for the autistic community and that's why we would love to share some answers on air and discuss this topic. Also, you can e-mail us at email@example.com or CALL US TOLL FREE at 1-877-HOPE-777 and be a part of our show!
On our next episode of "Hope Saves The Day" - we will be revealing the answers we got when we posted this question on social media. Thank you to everyone who responded. Please also feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us TOLL FREE at 1-877-HOPE-777.
Do you have problems getting a babysitter for your ASD child? We would like to hear from you - we will be discussing on our next radio show "Hope Saves The Day"? Who do you use as your babysitter? What would be your suggestion to other parents who are looking for a babysitter for some respite time for herself/himself or for a married couple to get out alone? Please contact us at email@example.com or call us TOLL FREE at 1-877-HOPE-777. You can be part of our show!!! We look forward to hearing from you.
We are asking a question that had a huge response on social media: As always -answers are expressed on our radio show anonymously - feel free to respond to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or CALL US TOLL FREE AT 1-877-HOPE-777 and be on our show!
AutismRadio would like to do a radio show about Thanksgiving. We're looking for your feedback. What do you do for Thanksgiving with your family and your ASD child or individual? What are the challenges you face and the joys that you share? Please write to us at Questions@autismradio.org or call our TOLL FREE number at 1-877-HOPE-777. Be part of our show!!! Thanks so much.
10/14 - We would like to hear from our listeners/readers -How do you feel about ABA? Applied Behavioral Analysis? Do you feel it has helped your child? We would like to discuss parental feelings/concerns about this form of teaching the autistic community as it is the only scientifically proven form of therapy for autistic individuals and that's why it's the only form that is covered (if any therapy at all) by the school districts. We would like to discuss the pros and cons of this therapy. Thanks very much. Audience participation is key for us to get a thorough read on social media as to how we feel as an autistic community and what our thoughts are as parents/caretakers. Please reach out to us at email@example.com or call into our show at 1-877-HOPE-777. Call is TOLL FREE. Also, as always, answers remain completely anonymous.
10/3 - Do you have problems with aggressive behaviors with your ASD child, teenager, or adult? How do you handle it? We will also be getting advice from experts on the topic. Please feel free to contact us with your answers at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call us TOLL FREE at 1-877-HOPE-777 and be part of our show!! We look forward to hearing from you.
9/20 - Autismradio would like to hear from social media - How much do you know about obtaining Guardianship for you ASD child as he/she makes the transition into adulthood? We'd like to hear from listeners who have gone through this (maybe you could pass along some advice) and we'd like to hear from listeners/followers who have questions/concerns regarding this. We will also do some research and discuss the topic at length. We look forward to hearing from you. Also, please call into our show TOLL FREE at 1-877-HOPE-777 or e-mail us at email@example.com so we can share your advice/concerns on our show.
We would like to hear from our audience - your thoughts on: If, how and when you should tell your child (Asperger's or HFA (high functioning autism) - that he/she has autism? If you've done it - how did it work out? What would your advice be to other parents? We will also be doing some research on the subject and seeing what the experts think. Once again, we love hearing from you. You can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us TOLL FREE and Be On Our Show - 1-877-HOPE-777. Thanks so much for your participation!
The goal of every autism parent is to have their child grow up and be independent and become a functioning member of society. How do you motivate your child/adult? Do you use "encouragement" - thanking the child for the work he/she has done or do you use "praise" - giving child a reward or saying how proud you are of him/her. What works best for you? Some parenting experts say that "encouragement" fosters self-reliance, whereas "praise" may cause one to depend on others. There is a difference. We would like to discuss this on our next show. Tell us what you think - call our show directly TOLL FREE at 1-877-HOPE-777 or email@example.com. Let us know your thoughts! We look forward to hearing from you.
Here at Autism Radio we like to focus on positivity. We like to give people hope. This week's social media question: "What is it about your ASD child or adult that brings you joy?" Feel free to e-mail us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can even be on our show!!! Call Toll Free at 1-877-HOPE-777.
What are the advantages of physical exercise for children/adults on the autism spectrum? What exercise does your child/adult enjoy? What have you found to be difficult about having your ASD child participate in various physical activities? Have you seen any benefits? Name some physical activities you would recommend. Please share your stories or comments with us. We would like to discuss this topic on our next show. You can e-mail us at email@example.com or call us TOLL FREE – 1-877-HOPE-777. You can be on our show!
Autism Radio would like to know how autism has affected your life. You don't have to have a child with autism, be an autistic individual - or even have a relative with autism. We would like to hear from anyone who listens to the program and wants to contribute. Please call us Toll Free at 1-877-HOPE-777. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks so much.
Autism Radio would like to discuss transitioning from the end of school to the summer. What problems does an ASD individual encounter? How do you handle behaviors? Any suggestions/problems. We will be also sharing some tips from experts in the field. Thanks very much.
AutismRadio will be discussing - How to talk to children with ASD about death as well as helping ASD individuals cope with a death in the family. We will be getting some professional opinions on how to handle this.
If anyone has had any experience with this in his/her own family -please let us know how you dealt with informing your child or how your child handled it. This is a very important topic as a lot of the ASD community relies heavily on the grandparents for help with his/her child and/or children. Thanks very much.
1. Autismradio would like to share our experiences in bringing your ASD child/adult to the dentist and having any work performed. This is usually particularly tough on ASD individuals as they have sensory issues with the mouth and dental work can be pretty intense. Please share your experience with us at email@example.com or be a part of our show!!! Call TOLL FREE - 1-877-HOPE-777. Thanks.
We'd like to hear from our listeners/readers: What are your plans for Easter? How do you celebrate with your ASD child/adult with family or friends? What do you do over the Spring Break? How do you celebrate other Spring Holidays - Passover? Please share traditions that work, maybe ideas for other listeners - as well as some of the obstacles that you run into with your ASD child. You can call into our show TOLL FREE at 1-877-HOPE-777 and be a part of our show! Or you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks.