Episode Resources

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Episode #2 – Part 1: Growing Up With Albinism, Nystagmus, and Low Vision
Episode #2 – Part 2: Accommodations for Low Vision Students & Goalball for All

Some of the topics covered during Emily’s interview:

  • Emily’s Instagram: @oemilygrace

Episode #3 – Part 1: Growing Up With a Visual Impairment (Leber Congenital Amaurosis)
Episode #3 – Part 2: Space Camp, Surfing, and Zip Lining! (Leber Congenital Amaurosis)

Some of the topics covered during Olivia’s interview:

  • Olivia’s Instagram: @o_wilkerson04

Episode #5: Misunderstood Invisible Disabilities (ADHD, Dysgraphia & Narcolepsy)

Some of the information covered during Christopher’s interview:

  • Christopher’s Instagram: @cwollum_16

Episode #6: The Creator of the Dancing Eyes Podcast (Congenital Nystagmus)

Some of the information covered during Frankie’s interview:

  • The Dancing Eyes Podcast on YouTube
  • Frankie’s Instagram: @frankiecaputo22
  • Dancing Eyes Podcast Instagram: @dancingeyespodcast

Episode #7: Sensory Friendly Play at Marbles Kids Museum in Raleigh, NC (Inclusive Play Options)

Some of the information covered during Hardin’s interview:

Episode #8: Wake Up and Play Ball! (Can You Play NCAA Sports if You Have Narcolepsy?)

Some of the information covered during Christopher’s interview:

  • Christopher’s Instagram: @cwollum_16

Episode #9: Traci Wilkerson, O&M Instructor(Parent of Visually Impaired Children)

Some of the information covered during Traci’s interview:

  • Traci’s Instagram: @oandemom

Episode #10: Nicole Schlechter, The IEP Mom (How to Begin Advocating for Your Child With a Disability at School)

Some of the information covered during Nicole’s interview:

Episode #11: Justin Houcek, Mentor for teens and adults with Autism (Living Life with Autism)

Some of the information covered during Justin’s interview:

Episode #12: Jennifer Pfaltzgraff, The Arc of the Triangle (NC) (Support for Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, and more!)

Some of the information covered during Jennifer’s interview:

The Arc of the Triangle Contact Information:

Episode #13: Stimming Behavior in Autistic Children and Adults (The Role of Stimming in Autistic Children and Adults)

Some of the information covered during Episode #13:

Episode #14: The History and Symbols of Autism (The Autism Puzzle Piece and Autism History)

Some of the information covered during Episode #14:

Episode #15: Inclusive Sports Example – Goalball (Adapted Sports in College Recreation Program)

Some of the information covered during Episode #15:

  • Emily’s Instagram: @oemilygrace

Episode #16: Dr. Kristin Wegner, Author of the Brody the Lion Book Series (Early Diagnosis for Autism)

Some of the information covered during Episode #16:

Episode #22: Praveen Sriram (Autistic Friendship: How to Help Your Autistic Child Make Friends)

Some of the information covered during Episode #22:

Book referenced: Make Your Bedhttps://amzn.to/3OAEdM2

Episode #23: Kristin Faith Evans, author of the Special Needs Moms Blog (Support for Caregivers of Special Needs Children)

Some of the information covered during Episode #23:

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