Normal With Autism
Episode 34: Good is effing good enough.

Episode 34: Good is effing good enough.

April 9, 2020

Episode 34: Good is effing good enough.

Welcome to our first episode from the virtual kitchen table during this global pandemic. Sara and I are not really sure what day it is anymore and we share with you how we are coping with current life disruptions. 

The new is NOT normal and that’s okay.

The new is NOT normal and that’s okay.

March 16, 2020

How’s your anxiety? How’s your child care situation? How’s your job situation?

Episode 33: Episode 33 Autism is NOT a tragedy

Episode 33: Episode 33 Autism is NOT a tragedy

March 9, 2020

We cover a LOT in this episode. What happens when lack of sleep, vicarious trauma, CNN and emails from your children's school about COVID-19 combine? Find out in this conversation. Also, we discuss some of the resolutions for the podcast and the direction we want to take things in the next year! Whoot!!!

Episode 32: Normal in LALAland

Episode 32: Normal in LALAland

February 17, 2020

Episode 32: Normal in LALAland 

Welcome to the kitchen table! In this episode we tell a story that includes Oprah’s tequila, photography, a comedy club, Rob Bell, mama bears, a new grandfather, the ocean, a Canadian minister and avocado toast, a prince tribute concert with a gardener, and how we discovered the joy that is just below the surface of it all. 

Episode 31: Awkwardly Social

Episode 31: Awkwardly Social

February 3, 2020

Episode 31: Awkwardly Social

Sara, Terra and Jen from Sass Master Designs talk about all things awkward. Listen in for a discussion about what keeps you connecting with others. They also talk about letting that awkward flag fly and how to connect with people who like the same grocery store you do. 

Episode 30: High, high hopes…

Episode 30: High, high hopes…

January 13, 2020

Episode 30: High, high hopes...

Welcome back! Welcome 2020! Listen to the first episode of the New Year. Sara and Terra discuss having a vision for your child. We talk about the importance of having a vision for yourself first and the steps to visioning for yourself. Also, the steps involved in visioning for your child. And why visioning for a neuro-diverse child is different for a neuro-typical.   

Episode 29: B.A.M! BadAss business Mamas!

Episode 29: B.A.M! BadAss business Mamas!

December 16, 2019

Episode 29: B.A.M! BadAss business Mamas! Join Terra, Jen and Jen from @sassmasterdesigns for a discussion on running your own business, being a special "needy" parent, and the balancing act around it all.  

Episode 28: To blue or not to blue…

Episode 28: To blue or not to blue…

October 28, 2019

Episode 28: To blue or not to blue...

In this episode we will discuss the debate about the idea that autistic persons should use a blue pumpkin to trick or treat.  

Episode 27: Jason Momoa and cheese castle lies!

Episode 27: Jason Momoa and cheese castle lies!

October 14, 2019

Episode 27: Terra and Sara sit down for a conversation about the lies and negative thoughts we tend to believe. The negative thoughts in our heads that hold us back and hold us down. Ya'll better buckle up, check your nails and toss that hair because we are out to take those lies down!  

Episode 26: What the F.A.P.E? Part 2

Episode 26: What the F.A.P.E? Part 2

September 23, 2019

Episode 26: What the F.A.P.E? Part 2

Join us along with our advocate friends from Albeit Weiker, LLP at awlawohio.com for a continued discussion on Free and Appropriate Education. Chad Abraham, advocate and Danielle Randolph, advocate help us navigate the various terms involved in special education law.   What do you do if your school says they are concerned about your child? Or what happens if you suspect a disability? Special needs caregivers, educators, those new to the special needs journey and those who have been here for years are encouraged to listen to the valuable information provided in this episode.