1 in 36 children in the United States of America are diagnosed with autism. Tune into 1 in 36, hosted by Eliza Bozenski, to hear from members of the entire autism community talk about what they are doing to learn, support, and broaden awareness
Derived from the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) amongst children in the United States, 1 in 36 addresses hot topics affecting the autism community in the Hudson Valley and beyond. The unique interview format features host Eliza Bozenski of Anderson Center for Autism, New York’s premier autism service center, along with celebrity guests, professionals in the field, community partners, and more. Bozenski serves as Chief Development Officer at Anderson and oversees the Development and Admissions departments. She received her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Miami University of Ohio and her master’s degree in clinical social work from New York’s Columbia University. The half-hour weekend program is produced by Pamal Broadcasting, LTD. 1 in 36 continues to serve the tri-state area as a leading autism resource since its inception in 2012.
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1 in 36 airs on:
WBPM 92.9FM/96.5FM and 1260AM/1420AM
Beacon, NY, 929wbpm.com, Sundays, 6:00AM EST
Beacon, NY, WHUD.com, Sundays, 5:30AMEST
Oldies, WGNY 98.9/105.3FM and 1220AM
New Windsor, NY, WGNYFM.com, Sundays, 7:30AM EST
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Top episodes and featured guests 1 in 36 continues to welcome and interview some of the most compelling and key players in the field of autism, offering listeners an inside look into the current world, and future, of autism.
Temple Grandin, one of the world’s most accomplished and well known adults with autism. She has a PhD in animal science from the University of Illinois and is a professor at Colorado State University. She is the author of six books, including the national bestsellers Thinking in Pictures and Animals in Translation.
Dr. Kristin Sohl, a pediatrician with extensive experience in medical diagnosis, evaluation and treatment of children with a concern of autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. Dr. Sohl is also the Executive Director of ECHO Autism, a virtual learning network of providers offering real-time access to autism and behavioral experts.
Dr. Deborah Napolitano, an assistant professor of applied behavior analysis (ABA) at Daemen College. Dr. Napolitano has published widely in the field of intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and behavior analysis in some of the field’s leading journals, including the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and the American Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Her research interests are in the areas of rigid and repetitive behavior in individuals with autism, drug and behavior interactions, applications of behavior analysis in child welfare, and the assessment and treatment of severe challenging behavior of persons with IDD.