Category Archives: bullying
Thank you to the following countries who have listened in to our archived shows in the last 30days! we are up to 4,450 listeners world wide! We cannot wait to return to new shows this June 2013!
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Thank you to the following countries that have listened in to SPECIAL STORM RADIO over the past 30 days! Stay tuned for some great upcoming shows! <3
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7-1-2012- Marion King on BSEA & Deb Askwith on Retaliation for advocating for students with Special Needs
Christine and Melissa Co-Host Special Storm Radio and introduce Spedwatch members Marion King on BSEA- Bureau of Special Education Appeals & Special education Teacher Deb Askwith on the retaliation she suffered for advocating for students and families in the special … Continue reading →
This episode on Special Storm Radio from the Troy CityRadio.net studio in Fall River , MA… Christine and Melissa introduce Karen Earley-Rodriguez and her 20 year old daughter Mariana who has Asperger Syndrome , anxiety, mood disorder and suffered from selective mutism from … Continue reading →
Podcast- 6-3-12- ICC services, Local News on Banning Children with Autism.
Lisa and Melissa discuss: A reflection of our shows of 2011 and our plans for the future! Video 1 Video 2 Photo Credit: Storm Watcher © 2008 David A. Dube used with permission. firstname.lastname@example.org, http://davedube.megashot.net
11/27/11 – 19 year old Adam shares his journey and insights on having Aspergers Syndrome/ADHD and with him is his “Super Mom” to help parents everywhere on how she has encouraged her son reach his greatest potential with this diagnosis. … Continue reading →