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Autism Grown Up Podcast

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The Autism Grown Up podcast is hosted by Dr. Tara Regan, an autism sibling as well as coach and educator for the past decade. This is the place where we share stories and strategies for preparing and navigating adulthood. The Autism Grown Up podcast is an extension of the Autism Grown Up Resource Center + Community for autistic adults, families, and professionals to get more information about the transition to and navigating adulthood. Learn more at www.autismgrownup.com

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37. Stirring In Employment Training + Community Goodness with a Coffee Shop (Interview with DeeDee Ungetheim and Terri Ramsey from A Special Blend)
In today's episode, I sit with members from A Special Blend a non-profit business and coffee shop located in Greensboro, NC. DeeDee Ungetheim (President of the Board) and Terri Ramsey (Board Member + Volunteer Coordinator) join us as they share about the inception of the idea, to raising over $300,000 in their local community, to where they are today in training employees with disabilities for employment. A Special Blend's mission is to employ adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a setting that interacts with the community. They aim to improve the quality of their lives and to broaden the public's perception of people with disabilities.In this episode, we get into A Special Blend's core messaging of being a Community in a Cup and how they intentionally reflect this on a day-to-day basis from starting as a coffee shop (with dang good coffee!), to empowering both individuals with and without disabilities to get involved, and so much more.As of this recording, A Special Blend is turning 1 year old; so if you live nearby in Greensboro you should stop by their events this month, say hi, and celebrate them, their employees, and community.Resources & References Mentioned:Website: aspecialblend.orgEmail: asbinfo@aspecialblend.orgEvents: https://www.aspecialblend.org/events.htmlInstagram: @aspecialblendcoffeeFacebook: A Special BlendAbout Autism Grown Up:AGU website: https://www.autismgrownup.com/AGU Podcast home: http://autismgrownup.buzzsprout.com/AGU Resource Center + Community: community.autismgrownup.comSupport the show
36. October Q+A - LIVE in the Autism Grown Up Community
It's the last Thursday of October, and you know what that means! It's the October Q+A episode! This week, we recorded live in the Autism Grown Up Community and briefly answered a couple of questions there.Resources & References Mentioned:Habitica Center on Secondary Education for Students with ASD (guides for navigating challenges during teen yearsOrganization for Autism Research guidesGrandparent's Guide to Autism - direct download link from the Thompson CenterAbout Autism Grown Up:AGU website: https://www.autismgrownup.com/AGU Podcast home: http://autismgrownup.buzzsprout.com/AGU Resource Center + Community: community.autismgrownup.comSupport the show
35. 3 Ways We Can Work It Out: Promoting Autism @ The Workplace Today
At the start of this episode, we get into some personal and family updates as well as some Autism Grown Up at-large updates - and we've got some great ones! I'm so excited that Autism Grown Up is now a non-profit! More info to come on how you can help support our mission and get the word out about our Resource Center + Community (which this podcast is an arm of) and our services.And then, we get to wrap up our National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) mini-series of sorts with information on what's out there to promote autism @ the workplace today, from thinking early, to being an informal mentor in your workplace, and getting the word out on shifting attitudes on autism and employment.Resources & References Mentioned:Resources & References Mentioned:National Disability Employment Awareness Month (#NDEAM)Article: Employment and adults with autism spectrum disorders: Challenges and strategies for successArticle: Employers' perception of the costs and the benefits of hiring individuals with autism spectrum disorder in open employment in AustraliaLink to their surveyBlog post on work-based learning experiencesNational Technical Assistance Center on TransitionAbout Autism Grown Up:AGU website: https://www.autismgrownup.com/AGU Podcast home: http://autismgrownup.buzzsprout.com/AGU Facebook community: community.autismgrownup.comSubmit a question for our monthly Q+A: bit.ly/aguquestionSupport the show
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Started
Mar 7th, 2019
Latest Episode
Oct 31st, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
37
Avg. Episode Length
19 minutes
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No

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