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RECENT PODCAST EPISODES

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Dads of autistic children

 

– this one’s for you!

In this 3 minutes introductory episode, Paul Carroll,

Founder & Creator of Autism Dadvocate launches his first podcast with an overview

of his work and podcast.

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In the episode, Paul Carroll, Founder & Creator of AutismDadvocate is going deep, asking fathers to reflect and journal on the questions below.  

Some of the questions are uncomfortable, some are insightful, but all of them are designed to spark new modes of thinking for these amazing Dads.

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In his most confessional episode, Paul goes deep into a taboo subject - the epidemic of loneliness, disconnectedness, and isolation experienced by fathers of autistic kids.

Paul discusses why this issue is so pervasive, and the health consequences (both physical and mental) of disconnectedness. You don't want to miss this one!

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In this podcast, Paul interviews Eric Jorgensen, founder of Special Needs Navigator.  More importantly, Eric is a single father of an ASD child who has an amazing & compelling life story that led him to single parenthood.  This is an intense, emotional podcast between two Dads “going deep”.

In this podcast, Paul interviews Dr. Celeste Chamberlain, CEO of 3.14 Academy.  - an organization dedicated to raising autism awareness through education and kindness.

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In this podcast, Paul interviews Jaclyn Hunt, Founder of ASD Life Coaches, a group that provides coaching to adolescents and adults on the spectrum.

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Meltdowns are rough. 

 

As Dads, we will do anything – ANYTHING to avoid a meltdown, particularly in a public place.  

So……….is there anything we can do?  The answer is…………YES!

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The holidays can be rough – buying gifts, making holiday meals, and visiting with friendly and family in a pandemic environment – can all put stressors on our kids.  But for us Dads, one of the hardest parts is hearing the “armchair commentary” about how to raise our children on the spectrum from well-intended but deeply misguided relatives.

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In this podcast, Paul interviews Kim Evensen, CEO & Founder of Brothers, and the author of two books on male friendship:  “Brothers” and “The Real Bro Code”.  This episode is a follow-up to Paul’s prior podcast “The Epidemic of Loneliness with Dads of Autistic KIds” 

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In this podcast, Paul interviews Jason Himber, CEO of Easy Speech Therapy Center - an organization dedicated to providing ASD children customized approaches for language, behavioral and occupational therapies.

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In this podcast, Paul interviews Jesse Morris, General Partner at Human Ventures, Inc.  He is also the fraternal twin to Paul, an amazing brother born on the spectrum.

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Meltdowns are tough.  As Dads, we experience a surge of adrenalin and anxiety when our child has a meltdown.

 

As a follow-up to Podcast #2, “Five Things Dads can do to Avoid a Meltdown”, Paul Carroll reviews the 8 things Dads can do during a meltdown.

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In this episode, Paul interviews Stefan Bjes, Founder & Creator of Blue Line Spectrum Safety, an organization dedicated to training first responders on how to identify and engage those with an autism spectrum disorder. 

Stefan is a police officer serving in the greater Chicago area.  He is also the father of two amazing sons on the spectrum.

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2020 was the most challenging year in our lives.  Between the pandemic, civil unrest, a hostile political landscape, a contentious election, disturbing events at the Capitol last week, our resiliency was tested to the brink.  In this episode, Paul reviews some basic principles on how fathers can remain resilient into 2021, and come out of this year stronger and more successful.

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It’s been almost two years since Autism Dadvocate was launched….

In this solo episode podcast, Paul reviews the top six themes he’s heard from Dads of autistic kids the past two years.  

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In this podcast, Paul interviews Erik Feig, Founder & CEO of Feig Mediation Group, Inc.  He is also the amazing father of three neurodiverse children.