Solutions and Strategies with Dr Sean: Living the Challenge

Solutions and Strategies with Dr Sean: Living the Challenge

Our program promotes a solution-based problem solving focus for individuals with disabilities, Parents, family members and professionals living or assisting individuals with exceptional needs. Individuals and families can become stronger together. You’ll feel a validation of the problems, find commonality and universalization with others that have the same challenges and questions and together we’ll find solutions. Topics discussed will include Parenting, School Issues, working with individuals on the Autism spectrum and those with Asperger’s Syndrome. We’ll discuss sibling concerns, challenges in home and school, professional responsibilities to the world of exceptional needs, academic difficulties and solutions for students and we’ll hear from parents, teachers and individuals with exceptional needs, Autism Spectrum Disorders or other developmental disabilities. Tune in to Solutions and Strategies with Dr. Sean, Thursdays at 8 AM Pacific on VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness.

Episodes

September 29, 2022 55 min
Music therapy discussion of music therapy and it’s uses with children and adults with and without disabilities.
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This episode will discuss how do use mindfulness methods and meditation with your children. The children can be any age and at any level of ability. It's important that we start working towards allowing our children ways to distress and it'll help us as adults along the way also.
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September 15, 2022 55 min
Why do parents and school staff get so stressed before, during and after IEP meetings. Let's discuss some strategies to support yourselves in the process.
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September 8, 2022 55 min
On this first show of 2021 we’re going to discuss optimism and how we can enter into the new year with a new outlook.
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September 1, 2022 53 min
In this episode we will be discussing a summary of our discussions this season and our direction for the show in 2018. Special education and human services will be discussed.
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On today's Episode we will the discuss the work of Gayle Nobel Mother, Sister, Author and Life Coach: On the episode we will discuss life living with family members living with Autism. We will discuss Gayle's experiential insights. Gayle is considered an expert in raising a child with autism. Gayle's autism books have helped many parents as well as people wanting inspiration in their journey with other life challenges...
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Why do parents and school staff get so stressed before, during and after IEP meetings. Let's discuss some strategies to support yourselves in the process.
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We are all going through tough times. Collaboration right now is imperative. Remaining calm is imperative. Let's discuss ways to enter into the New Year.
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Why do parents and school staff get so stressed before, during and after IEP meetings. Let's discuss some strategies to support yourselves in the process.
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July 28, 2022 53 min
In this episode we will be discussing a summary of our discussions this season and our direction for the show in 2018. Special education and human services will be discussed.
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We are all going through tough times. Collaboration right now is imperative. Remaining calm is imperative. Let's discuss ways to enter into the New Year.
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This episode will discuss how do use mindfulness methods and meditation with your children. The children can be any age and at any level of ability. It's important that we start working towards allowing our children ways to distress and it'll help us as adults along the way also.
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On this episode we will talk with Julie Hornok, author of United Autism and mother of a child with autism. We will discuss the ups and downs of parenthood and living the strengths of an individual with ASD
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Why do parents and school staff get so stressed before, during and after IEP meetings. Let's discuss some strategies to support yourselves in the process.
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Dr. Sean will be discussing how a diagnosis should lead to appropriate treatment plans and interventions. What he often sees is a diagnosis that does not really match the need(s) of the child or the individual, thus making it difficult to put interventions into place.
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We are all going through tough times. Collaboration right now is imperative. Remaining calm is imperative. Let's discuss ways to enter into the New Year.
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June 2, 2022 55 min
Music therapy discussion of music therapy and it’s uses with children and adults with and without disabilities.
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We will discuss the connection between applied behavior analysis and mindfulness.
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May 19, 2022 55 min
On this episode we will discuss appkued behavior analysis and its usefulness.
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Why do parents and school staff get so stressed before, during and after IEP meetings. Let's discuss some strategies to support yourselves in the process.
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