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Ed Hussey - ACA Parent

Podcast July 2021

Tune in to hear from another wonderful Anderson Center for Autism parent. In this episode, Eliza talks with Ed Hussey. Ed's son was placed in ACA's childrens program over 10 years ago, since he has graduated, and is now in our adult program! Learn more about Ed, his family, and his experiences with ACA!

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Susan Levin

Podcast July 2021

On this week's show, we welcome back Susan Levin. Susan is the parent of an individual on the autism spectrum (Ben, a previous 1 in 54 guest!). She joins us to discuss her recent "awakening" about her sons autism diagnosis. Susan feels she is able to love her son differently and better by surrendering her fears about his disorder. Tune in to hear more about Susan's parent perspective!

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Jennifer P. - Anderson Parent

Podcast July 2021

This weekend's guest is another wonderful Anderson parent - Jen. Jen has been an ACA parent for three years! Her son is on the autism spectrum, residing on the Anderson campus. Jen is also very engaged in our parent advocacy group, Anderson Family Partners. Tune in to learn more about Jen, her decision to place her child residentially, how she stays engaged and more!

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Barbara & Jackie - ACA Parents

Podcast June 2021

Tune in to hear from two amazing Anderson's moms - Barbara & Jackie. Hear their firsthand experiences about placing a child residentially in our program, how and why they give back to Anderson, and their involvement in our family group, Anderson Family Partners.

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Ben & Susan Levin

Podcast June 2021

Join us today to hear from Ben Levin, and his mother Susan. Ben was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder at age 5. He is an avid reader and a published author, he has written over 150 books! Ben discusses a profound change he went through during the COVID-19 Pandemic in 2020. His outlook and message about his status as a person with autism, has become one of self-embrace after many years of feeling “less than” as a result of his diagnosis. Tune in to learn more about Ben! 

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