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THE AUTISM CHANNEL PROGRAM GUIDE
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Daniel Heinlein host of TAC's anchor show I Am Autistic
Our dual movie critics visit Daniel Heinlein's set to talk about what it is like to do movie reviews and how they handle all the attention they have received since starting their show.
Dan has a Skype interview with David Aiello from his office at BioAdvantax Pharma in Mississauga, Ontario, where he has developed an effervescent tablet called PharmaNAC. This tablet provides cysteine, an important amino acid which helps supply antioxidants to the brain but is hard to naturally come by.
Daniel interviews Debbie Dacus, a board-certified music therapist in Texas, as she explains music therapy from A to Z
-- or rather from C to B-flat.
Meet Stephen Wertz from The Growing Minds Autism Program which focuses on face-to-face therapy. Here he explains what ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) is and how it works.
Tim Tavis covers a wide range of topics, including his involvement with the court system, co-morbidity VC issues,
and how technology, social media, and television affect people on the spectrum.
Kim Wombles and Kathleen Leopold talk about their new show on The Autism Channel, the Blog Ladies
Dan sits down with Dave Rossman and talks about the Surfers for Autism program -- explaining where it came from, activities besides surfing, and the amazing breakthroughs some individuals see..
Ann Levene-Eisenberg joins Daniel to discuss the Palm Beach School for Autism, how she founded it,
and how it has grown to a premiere institution.
Financial Planner Douglas O. Baker talks with Daniel about financial planning for families with members on the spectrum.
Dan Heinlein talks with Anita Lesko, on location in Pensacola, FL during the Flying High With Autism Conference. They talk about her personal story and her very late diagnosis as well as her success with Flying High and her hopes for the future.
Dan Heinlein talks with Jeff Kasky and Mark Rosen about their new show on The Autism Channel: Spectrum At Law
Dan Heinlein talks with Chief Gene Saunders about how he developed Project Lifesaver
and what it can do to quickly find lost on-the-spectrum kids
Susan Goldstein, former Florida Representative, stops by to talk about the Autism license plate she spearheaded. Talking about the process getting it through, where the money goes, and how to get one of your own.
Dan Heinlein talks with Scott Badesch of the Autism Society of America. Including the history, their outlooks on the future, and ways to help and get help through you local chapters.
Dan Heinlein talks with Temple Grandin about her life and her new book The Autistic Brain
Dan Heinlein talks with Cornelius Van Eck about his theories about autism and his new show coming to The Autism Channel
A tour of the brand new facilities at the Palm Beach School for Autism, and a discussion of
how cooperation among state and private entities can build them.
An inside view of on-the-spectrum anesthetist Anita Lesko.
Ben and Daniel both share a love of reading. Ben, a young boy reads around a million words a year.
In one segment the tables are turned and Ben interviews Daniel.
DAN AND THE
"ON THE SPECTRUM"
Danial interviews board member and treasurer of the Autism Society regarding funding, the recession,
and the efforts of the Autism Society.
Michelle Weppner, mother of Nate the Great, is an advocate of alternative therapies such as hyperbaric oxygen and hypo-allergenic diets which she describes as being very successful in the treatment of Nate's Autism
DAN TALKS WITH RUTH WISEMAN PRESIDENT AND CEO OF THE CHILEDA INSTITUTE IN LA CROSSE WISCONSIN