All About Autism Podcast 072: The Top 10 Autism Stories of 2013

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Episode 072As we wrap up the final week of 2013, your hosts Dave and Heather Eaton reflect on some highlights of the year by running down through Autism Speaks’ Top 10 Autism Stories of 2013.

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
— Dan Aykroyd: another celebrity with Asperger Syndrome
— Jason’s story about a theater-goer who may have also had AS
3.) Main segment: The Top 10 Autism Stories of 2013
4. My Friend Bill
– Heather’s friend Bill continues to struggle with Christmas and having behaviors
5.) Closing / Credits
6.) “The Autism Anthem” by Dave Eaton

Special thanks to our friend Bill for his participation.

Next week’s episode: Episode 073 will be released next Saturday, January 4, 2014. Don’t miss it!

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One thought on “All About Autism Podcast 072: The Top 10 Autism Stories of 2013

  1. Patricia from Ohio:
    Hey Dave and Heather…

    I really enjoy your show.
    I faced a subtle form of bullying when I worked at a college as a temp employee many years ago. Uncertain of whether to disclose my diagnosis to my supervisor, I wound up telling one of my colleagues, whose office I was placed in to do my work. The following day, I came to find out that this colleague told my supervisor about my having Asperger’s Syndrome, and the day after that, I learned that my services as a temp were no longer needed.
    To this day, I do not know the reason behind my colleague’s actions, but I find them more and more suspect every time I look back. It was this experience and a few others as a temp that resulted in a tremendous dip in my self-esteem and my being afraid to seek any form of employment for the last seven years. What do you guys think I should do?

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