The Disorderly Blondes bring order to center court (and tone down their normal "racket") to interview founder of adaptive tennis program Lisa Pugliese-LaCroix. There is no match for the "A" game her program, Love Serving Autism, brings to special needs individuals. This tennis pro turned SLP champions local families who would feel sidelined without her love of giving everyone a shot at sports success.
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We, autism moms, are completely punch drunk over school stresses, seizures, shade, scrubbing, sanitizing, sports bras, and seltzer.
Cheers to all the special needs parents who have the stomach for education on Covid. For those who do not, we have a drink for that too!
Back to school, here we go!
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Join a blonde threesome as we interview autism mom, author, and fellow podcaster Laurie Hellmann. She just launched her first book: Welcome to My Life, A Personal Parenting Journey Through Autism. Laurie’s memoir is a raw, real, heart-wrenching glimpse into the day-to-day struggles caregivers of severely autistic individuals face. She champions her special needs teenager Skyler and his typical sibling like a pro with the help of in...
Join the South Florida blondes for another unscripted, uproariously funny update to which only super autism moms (and masochists) can relate. Quarantine life may have cramped special needs schooling, birthdays, graduations, and vacays, but certainly not their style!
A few spectrum squirrels also sound off, but in the words of the fabulous Walter Mercado, "I never rehearse to be myself." Listen to this top podcast, laugh wit...
It seems inconceivable to shed any light on the murder of Alejandro Ripley. His is an extreme case, a victim of the unimaginable. This episode is for our Autism Spectrum Disorder community and anyone who wants to learn more about the possible "WHYS" and the plea for "WHAT NEXT?"
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Meet Kristi's son, Jackson, younger sibling to autistic brother J.R.
Through laughter and a few muffled tears, Jackson reveals his thoughts about his brother's autism spectrum disorder, as much as a teenage boy is willing to admit to this autism mom.
Life as South Florida moms (and one cool aunt) of teens on the AUTISM spectrum.
Keeping it real, as usual.
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PART 2 of The Friendship Café
The South Florida blondes met with Elizabeth Camp recently. She introduced them to some of the inspiring young adults she serves, and how satisfied they are with her recipe for (their) success!
This time, listen to the F•R•I•E•N•D• S share all about their experience. Meet Jennifer, Cameron, Billy, Jesse, Nikol, and Mikey. They'll be there for you!
Visit them and spread the word!
Meet Elizabeth Camp, the special needs whisperer with a loud and persistent advocating voice. She dishes up a delicious plate of support training adults with disabilities in both job and life skills at Fort Lauderdale's new Friendship Café. She's welcome at our table any time!
Remember to check back for PART 2 coming up next week! Hear from some of the young adults she serves, and how satisfied they are with her recipe for ...
Guest Alexandra Zadak of This Is Improv speaks off the cuff about the benefits of improvisation for individuals with high-functioning autism. May she break a leg as the clever South Florida ad-lib queens of The Disorderly Blondes Autism Podcast wing-it through their first episode of Season 3!
Also starring squirrels. Okay, just one squirrel. She gets around.
Like a gift you JUST found as you packed up your Christmas decor, the Disorderly Blondes Autism Podcast presents ... a BONUS EPISODE! The wrap may be a bit wrinkled, but our gift of autism mom gab just keeps on giving. Join us as we emerge from the holi-daze and discuss the moments of tears, laughter, and blazin' firefighters (yeah, really) that made up our holiday season.
Move over Father Christmas.
The Papis are baaaaack and SLEIGHed it as they interviewed a couple of festive, disorderly, blonde autism moms. There's snow way around BELIEVING the Disorderly Blondes' season finale will deliver joy (and perhaps a few tears) to every podcast listening girl and boy!
Will these South Florida autism dads remain on the naughty list or did they prepare their own Santa "clause"? Turn those c...
Dr. Jennie Troccio is an autism educator, consultant, DIR/Floortime provider, and founder of PLAY. She teaches the South Florida blondes that kicking off one’s heels can be the key to reaching children AND families dealing with autism.
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South Florida's Disorderly Blondes Autism Podcast, by hosts Kristi and Brenda, features guest Jason Miletsky of Exceptional Fitness Foundation. This charitable organization is committed to providing unique fitness, exercise, recreation, social,and safety programs to individuals of all ages and abilities in a fun, safe, and natural environment.
To the tune of Olivia Newton John's LET'S GET PHYSICAL:
The blondes are say...
On this episode, the blondes are "FALL"ing back, and ironically it's rosé that helps their footing as they reflect upon homecoming, influencing, base running, and (sticker) swapping. Also, they see unicorns. Can this all be accomplished by remaining #onbrand? You'll have to listen to find out!
Autism Bites Supper Club
The Miami Lakes Mayor's Gala
Unicorn Children's Foundation
Lisa Frank (yes, the ...
Dr. Julia Harper delivers H.O.P.E. to families willing to look beyond autism symptoms and make the "smart" move toward her brain-based therapy model. Dr. Harper's Therapeeds Family Center, located in Davie, Florida, is an enviable space buzzing with bass (yes, she's all about that bass) commitment, and evidence-based, hard-a** work with children, young adults, and beyond.
Mentions: grandparents, Cuban abuelas, Miam...
Prepárence for our scariest episode yet. Poltergeists aside, blonde screams are 100% audible. Tune in to hear us conjure Halloween horror tales from the crypt while unearthing enough survival tips to make your ears bleed. Have no fear though- no listeners will be left behind to check the basement alone! Que horror!
To the tune of Michael Jackson’s THRILLER
'Cause we say trico
And no one's gonna save you