In this episode of the Autism Quality of Life podcast, Dr. Teri Krakovich interviews John Dickerson, Former Executive Director of the Arc of Indiana! John shares about the launch of his new startup, Quillo! Quillo is designed to be used by Direct Support Professionals, managers, and CEOs alike- all who provide care for adults with disabilities! With a mission of promoting "Better Relationships, Better Lives", Quillo will assist executives and staff in improving company culture and boosting morale, which could lead to increased staff retention and employee engagement!
In this episode of the Autism Quality of Life podcast, Dr. Amie Duncan, a clinical psychologist at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, shares about her evidence-based intervention for teaching daily living skills to teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorder! Each week, transitioning youth learn skills such as laundry and money management, with parent involvement.
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In this episode of the Autism Quality of Life podcast, host, Teri Krakovich, interviews James Emmett! James has a vision to change business and disability communities by helping hundreds of companies to create disability inclusion brands!
The James Emmett brand is one of the most recognizable in the field of disability inclusion. James has worked on some of the most visible disability inclusion projects with companies like Walgreens, Best Buy, Office Depot & Office Max, TIAA, PepsiCo, UPS, and Mercy Health. He has also partnered with creative organizations such as Disability Solutions @ Ability Beyond.
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On this BONUS episode of the Autism Quality of Life podcast, Scott Kramer is interviewed to share about GCA’s premier event that will focus solely on adult Autism issues in the Tri-state area of Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama!
Scott Kramer is the program director and founder of the GCA Centre for Adult Autism, which is based in the Chattanooga, TN area. GCA, which started in late 2010, runs and facilitates support groups and social events in Tennessee and Georgia, and a monthly social group that meets in the Metro Atlanta, GA area. Scott is an adult on the autism spectrum and is married to his wonderful spouse and life partner, April – and believes that people, regardless of disability, can be successful.
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