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February 11, 2021 38 min
Exploring and engaging autism with Doctor Todd Peter Levine is the topic and touch point for s8. E8. n131. of the FSG Messaging and Optics Podcast, Wait What Really OK.

Todd is amplifying the stories and experiences of autism through an engaging format.

Dr. Todd Peter Levine is the host of a new podcast called the Otherness Podcast. The show is exploring and engaging autism through experienced stories. Todd joins me on this episode to talk about his approach to sharing stories and creating a show that is less about the statements that try to set put autism in a box and is shifting amplifying the stories and experiences with a respect and an engagement I have not seen elsewhere.

His authority mixed with his humility and his passion to learn as much as he shares brings a different tone to autism.

His approach to move to stories and bring a greater understanding as a whole over trying to solve it or heal it also is one more aspect that makes Todd and the otherness Podcast stand out.

The Otherness Podcast is exploring and engaging autism through experienced stories with Dr. Todd Peter Levine and will be available on most places and sites where you like to listen to podcasts. More at https://othernesspodcast.com/

This brand messaging podcast is available on most sites, stations and apps where you may like to listen to podcasts.

* Loren Weisman is a messaging and optics strategist for The Fish Stewarding Group, FSG MnO and FSG Development *
* Weisman is also the host of the FSG messaging and optics podcast; Wait What Really OK.*
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