Feb 19, 2018
With one out of every 68 children in the U.S. having an Autism Spectrum Disorder, the likelihood is high that you and your children know a family who has received this diagnosis. And while you may know some things about the suspected causes and some of the current research around Autism, how much do you really know about supporting these families, being a better friend or simply being more considerate with your actions and words?
Today's podcast features friend of the show, Deanna Segrave-Daly. Outside of her title as registered dietitian and food blogger, Deanna is "Mia's Mom." Mia was diagnosed with autism before age 3 and for me, learning about her struggles and successes has actually taught me a number of things about being a better parent to my own children. In this episode we discuss:
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This week’s episode is sponsored by HealthyAperture.com — the web’s first and only dietitian-curated recipe discovery site.