All About Autism Podcast 031: The Basics of Floortime Therapy

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Floortime TherapyWelcome to Episode 031 of the All About Autism Podcast. On this show, your hosts, Dave and Heather Eaton will briefly touch on some of the very basics of Floortime therapy. This episode is an introduction, of sorts, for those who are completely unfamiliar with Floortime therapy.

The All About Autism Podcast is talk radio for those desiring to be familiarized, energized, apprised, advised and empathized with regarding all things Autism. Your husband-and-wife hosts, Dave and Heather Eaton, bring you a weekly show with new releases every single Saturday.

Show Notes:
1.) Introduction
2.) Autism in the News
– Autistic kids may be a higher risk for suicide
3.) Main Theme: The Basics of Floortime Therapy
4.) Heather’s Happenings: My Friend Bill
– Heather’s friend Bill participates in an auction and has some struggles with his shoes
5.) Listener Feedback:
– Questions for Bill from Kyle in Boston
6.) Closing / Credits

Special thanks goes out to Kyle for writing to us. We’re grateful for your questions.

Next week’s episode: Episode 032 will be released next Saturday, March 23, 2013. Don’t miss it!

Book recommendation: Engaging Autism by Stanley Greenspan

You can leave your comments at the bottom of the show notes for this episode, or you can e-mail us at AllAboutAutismPodcast@gmail.com, or you can call and leave us a voice mail at (801) 382-8789.

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One thought on “All About Autism Podcast 031: The Basics of Floortime Therapy

  1. Although I was laughing about the way you guys were talking about Megadeath, I thought you were to irreverent when speaking about suicide. Your listeners may have had lossed someone to this malady. Thanks for being funny anyways.

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