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The Three “A”s of Autism, with Dr. Stephen Shore | Spectrumly Speaking ep. 4

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IN THIS WEEK’S EPISODE:

In this episode, hosts Lauren Gerber Ms. Ed., PSY. D. and Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS speak with Stephen Shore, Ed.D. Dr. Shore is an author, autism advocate, board member for Autism Speaks, and professor at Adelphi University. He also serves on the US Autism & Asperger Association board, and is himself on the autism spectrum. Stephen discusses the importance of transitioning from autism awareness to acceptance, what it is like to be a college professor that is on the spectrum, and what it was like ringing the NASDAQ bell to celebrate Autism Acceptance Month.

For more information about the work of Dr. Stephen Shore, please visit his website http://www.AutismAsperger.net/

And be sure to check out Dr. Shore’s recent appearances on Exploring Different Brains:

Finding Fulfilling Employment on the Autism Spectrum, with Dr. Stephen Shore | EDB 69

Advocating Autism Spectrum Around the World, with Stephen Shore | EDB 68

Mentioned in this episode-

Organizations:

Project Lifesaver

Articles:

I’m an Autistic Woman, and Bones Is the Only Character Like Me on TV

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For more about Dr. Gerber, check out her website, drlaurengerber.com.

For more about Becca, check out her website, beccalory.com, and look for her on Facebook

Have a question or story for us? E-mail us at SpectrumlySpeaking@gmail.com


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Spectrumly Speaking is the podcast dedicated to women on the autism spectrum, produced by Different Brains®. Every two weeks join our hosts Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS (a Life Coach, Certified Autism Specialist, and Autism advocate that is herself on the spectrum) and Katherine Cody, Psy.D. (a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in people on the autism spectrum) as they discuss news articles, share personal stories, and interview some of the most fascinating voices from the autism community.

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