Episode 121: Your Questions Answered

In this episode of the Thriving Children Podcast, Clare responds to 6 listener questions. From finding the ideal school starting age, to research about the positive impact of movement on students, and the different presentation of Autism in girls and boys…a lot of ground is covered. LISTEN IN Links for this episode: First research study mentioned (impulse control in children …

Episode 118: All About Autism with Rhiannon Crispe

In this episode of the Thriving Children Podcast, Clare chats about Autism with Rhiannon Crispe from Homebase Hope. Rhiannon is an Occupational Therapist and GAPS Practitioner who spreads a message of positivity and possibility for people caring for a child on the spectrum. Hear: Autism defined differently The advantages that come with a diagnostic label, as well as some of the …

Episode 115: 3 Brilliant Books about Autism

In this episode of the Thriving Children Podcast, Clare shares three of her favourite books about Autism. These are great reads to stretch your thinking, or relate to another family on a similar journey. The Autism Revolution by Dr Martha Herbert The Horse Boy by Rupert Isaacson My Son’s Not Rainman by John Williams Each of these are available as …

Episode 38: Autism & The Reflexes 

In this episode number of the Thriving Children Podcast, Clare responds to a listener’s question about the connection between Austim and the reflexes. A diagnosis of ASD means that retained primitive reflexes are of course not the only cause of the child’s developmental challenges, however Clare believes that they are a piece of the puzzle. Links mentioned in this episode: …

Episode 26: Improving Gut Health, Improving Autism 

In this episode, I chat with Anita Rossiter, about her journey parenting a child with Autism. Anita’s daughter made significant developmental leaps once the focus shifted to healing the gut. Listen in to hear about this transformation, as well as to find out how you can begin your own healing journey with food. To find Anita, visit: AnitaRossiter.com.au Eat and 3 Veg …

And What About Autism?

Researchers have found that children who do not have this reflex established by 9 to 12 months of age are more likely to receive a diagnosis of ASD