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  • 01:23

    #405 Play Skills in Toddlers with Autism... The Autism Podcast Series

    in Parents

    Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of for this podcast for CE credit for therapists as we differences in play skills for very young children with autism or red flags for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Do you recognize these behaviors in the young children you treat? 1. A child’s play skills are extremely delayed, meaning he plays much like a younger baby would play—mouthing, looking at, dropping, throwing, and holding toys—but not using familiar toys as they are intended. 2. A child’s interest in toys is restricted. He doesn’t seem to like toys. 3. A child doesn’t pay attention to toys for very long. 4. A child clearly prefers objects to people, but she doesn’t seem to know how to play with toys. 5. A child plays with toys in unexpected or repetitive ways. For example, he spins wheels on a train or lines them up, but he does not play with the train in other ways. 6. A toddler is not showing any signs of pretending while playing. 7. There’s been little progress during therapy due to poor attention or interest with toys. If you answered yes to these questions, a child you're working with has difficulty with learning to play with toys. Kids who don't play miss hundreds of opportunities each day to learn language and interact with peers. Research also tells us that toddlers with ASD who have better play skills are much more likely to have better language skills as preschoolers and throughout childhood. When we prioritize play, we begin to see changes in other areas of communication too! See show #405 at for details!

  • 01:07

    Shadow Work For Deeper Self Love with Jennifer Hill, Ph.D.

    in Spirituality

    THANK YOU for joining me for episode 491 of HiPPiE WiTCH : Magick For A New Age.
    Visit for today's show notes...
    MUCH LOVE -xo
    Joanna DeVoe

  • 00:27

    Top 3 Tips for an Organized Household

    in Parents

    A breath of fresh air to make your home happier.
    Kids, meals, work, laundry, homework, chores... Does it ever start to feel like way too much to manage? And you'll never quite get on top of it?
    In this episode, Carol and Anne are joined by Diane in Denmark for some family-saving tips to make life smoother. Her top 3 tips give you time to relax more in the evening and prioritize what matters most to your family.  
    This episode’s Parenting Practice
    Try one of the tips in this week's episode! Like Diane says, don't try to do it all at once. By introducing one new idea at a time, you teach your family a routine that you can build on. Learn more from Carol each week! Visit and receive Carol and Anne's weekly Parenting Practice right to your inbox.

  • 00:44

    249: Washed Up Jimmy is Offended, Do Friends & Business mix?

    in Psychology

    In today's episode, Dr Lisle & Howk discuss the following questions
    1.My friend (washed up Jimmy) felt that the Doctors were undervaluing 'washed up Jimmys' potential contribution to a relationship. He made an interesting point.  In a society that is bringing women into the workforce, there will inevitably be more relationships with higher earning females. We can see that this will run afoul of our ancient attraction circuits. But isn't this a necessary trade off of the gender equality movement?If women in the workforce must "status-settle" on a lower earner, why not have a washed up Jimmy, as opposed to a low earning Horace? Horace can neither provide sexuality nor security. Maybe this is why this is a recurring dynamic in Dr. Howk's practice. The conversation got me thinking that perhaps a society that adheres to traditional genders roles is more conducive to viable romance.
    2.I recently tried and failed to make my best friend into a trading partner. She needed money and seemed like she would be an asset to my business. I had started a proofreading company and hoped she would become one of my most reliable editors because she told me she had great experience and lots of her own clients. After she did a few less-than-perfect jobs for me, I decided I would not be passing on any more work to hersince I was losing money (I had to get her work re-edited). At the time, I didn’t want to hurt her feelings by telling her the work wasn’t good enough, so I paid her, said nothing, and hoped she would get the idea. Several months later, she has realised and cannot forgive me. For me, this was a purely business decision and was not personal. Even though I feel bad for her and how I handled the situation, I can't accept that I should have done different. But I've now lost a friend. Was this conflict of interests inevitable and is there any way to salvage this friendship?

  • 00:17

    Five in Ten 2/5/21: The Friday Five

    in Christianity

    A bill advanced by the GOP-led Missouri House of Representatives would prevent local police from enforcing federal gun laws—a move its sponsor says is necessary given new federal laws that may be forthcoming under the Biden administration.
    5) Trump prepares for his second impeachment trial; 4) The GameStop party appears to be ending; 3) CDC’s new mask mandate to be enforced by law enforcement and TSA; 2) New gun bill in Congress would create federal registry of gun owners open to the public; 1) Moral relativism now the majority opinion for Gen Z.

  • 01:57

    The Kyle Kulinski Show

    in Politics Progressive

    *Stimulating Political Talk*

  • 01:05

    Trevor Bauer Trolls the Mets

    in Baseball

    The Mets take their first loss of 2021 by losing out on Trevor Bauer to the Dodgers. Hear Mike’s thoughts on the Bauer sweepstakes and where the Mets go next.

  • 02:00

    Elevated Places - "Ask Dr. Ava" with Dr. Ava Muhammad

    in Spirituality

    On Tonight's show: 
    SAVIOURS' DAY! SAVIOURS' DAY! SAVIOURS' DAY!! Happy Saviours' Day 2021!!! The Crowning Event of Black History Month! Let's discuss what's happening this weekend!
    Tonight's Guest - Dr. Khalilah Muhammad to discuss Education for Life Workshop, NOI General Counsel Bro Arif Muhammad to discuss Marriage and Family in Islam workshop, Bro Jessiah Muhammad to discuss the Youth Summit and Bro Michael Muhammad to discuss all things separation!!!
    Latest News Headlines
    Check out Elevated Places Network on! View Minister Ava's lectures at Mosque Maryam, the Law of God Part I, II & III. Real Love in Real Life Q&A sessions I & II and so much more! You can also purchase Minister Ava's 3 new ebooks: Can A Muslim Worry? How to Stop Tormenting Yourself and Overcoming Burnout, The Season of Separation: How to Escape Time, Directing Your Will, Thoughts and Words to Get Your Life in Order! Additionally you can purchase Real Love and/or A New Way of Life ebook or hard copy all on!
    Reports from Ask Dr. Ava Contributors:
    Co-host - Bro Terence Muhammad
    Bro Reuben Muhammad - International Report
    Sis Maryam K. Muhammad - COVID 19 Report
    Sis Atty Pamela Muhammad - Legal Report
    The New Final Call Website!!! website:

  • 00:38

    Survival Medicine Podcast: Cellulitis, Abscesses

    in Health

    All injuries carry a risk of infection. Various kinds of microbes can invade the body and cause Inflammation in soft tissues, also known as “cellulitis”. These infections develop when bacteria enter through a crack or break in your skin. You can imagine that, off the grid, and especially on the road or in the wilderness, that all sorts of injuries will occur that break the skin and get infected. Think of all the activities you might be doing that you don’t do a lot of now. Making a lot of campfires? Chopping a lot of wood for fuel. Doing stuff you’re not used to can certainly put you at risk.
    Dr. Joe Alton (aka Dr. Bones) and Amy Alton ARNP (aka Nurse Amy) discusses various soft tissue infections, how to identify and treat them, and how to lance a boil if required. Different antibiotics may help in oral form, several of which you should have in your medical storage for long-term survival scenarios.
    Wishing you the best of health in good times or bad,
    Joe and Amy Alton
    Show your support for our mission to put medical prepared people in every family by checking out Nurse Amy's entire line of quality medical kits, individual supplies, and personal protection gear at

  • 02:28

    2-13-2021 "Zorra Calls (2) Zorra Call in AM and RV-Exchange Process this Afternoon.

    in Spirituality

    Dear beloved Gods and Goddesses, 
    Welcome to our Zorra and Zaraya Call today. It is time to spend time together once again. It is a time to listen and share and support each other spiritually, mentally and emotionally. What are we each thinking and intending to create and build as a foundation to help heal our world and fill it with great peace, love and happiness? Each of us has a responsibility to assist and raise the frequency of our fellow sisters and brothers. Are we bringing greater Awareness to others of the Truths we know? How are we each doing? We cannot leave it up to others to make the changes. It is up to US. We are the Leaders, Teachers and Healers. Our time is at hand. Prepare, make wise choices and positive actions. The future is ours to Create. So don't get distracted or pulled into 3D drama. Know All is in Perfect Divine Order. 
    "What a Wondrous, Glorious and Loving Now It IS!" Love to All!  Zorra, Zaraya and Jane/Quazar  phone: 719-428-9746
    Quantum Nutritional Technolgy - Limbic Arc:  Website:  Call with Ron Spence, Master Affiliate    _zorraofhollowearth-1023047-5.mp3

  • 00:36

    HR Happy Hour 467 - Supporting Employee Mental Health in 2021

    in Business

    HR Happy Hour 467 - Supporting Employee Mental Health in 2021
    Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane
    Guest: Emily He, SVP, Human Capital Management Marketing, Oracle Corp.
    This week on the HR Happy Hour Show, Steve and Trish were joined by Emily He from Oracle, to talk about some of the important findings from Oracle's 3rd Annual AI @ Work study, which this year focused on employee mental health. On the show, Emily shared some of the key high level findings from the global survey of over 12,000 employees - 78% said 2020 was their most stressful year ever, 85% said their mental health issues are causing issues like sleep deprivation, poor physical health, reduced happiness at home, and more. We also explored some of the ways organizations have adapted existing or adopted new benefits and support programs to focus on supporting employee mental health. 
    Additionally, Emily shared how the research revealed how employees up and down the organization are increasingly comfortable and even prefer leveraging technology solutions in support of their mental health and in managing work-related stress and challenges. Other interesting findings from the research showed how C-suite leaders are struggling with mental health issues at an even higher level than their employees, and the younger workers, Gen Z and Milennials are also facing some signficant mental health challenges. Finally we discussed some ideas and thoughts on how HR and business leaders can be more proactive and take positive steps to help themselves and their employees address these issues.
    Learn more about the AI @ Work Research here.
    This was a great conversation - thanks so much to Emily for joining us!