Today’s podcast is all about the first few weeks of school. Since our move to Virginia we have had quite a few changes taking place. We have been able to enjoy the first day of school three times this year, with Mikey in particular. As he left Terra Vista Elementary School and we transitioned him…
It’s not the easiest thing to do, even with neurotypical kids but taking across-country trip CAN be done! The Pesh Family moved from Texas to Virginia and we’ll share our experience. Mikey, being on the Autism Spectrum and having Sensory Processing Disorder was a super trooper! — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/findingmikey/message
This journey that we are on with Mikey has made us re-evaluate sooooooo many things, especially securing our home to keep him safe. — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/findingmikey/message
This is a topic that Heather is really passionate about and we wanted to share our experience with picky little eaters. With Mikey it started back when he was tongue-tied and only started eating finger-foods around 11 months. Mikey is a seeker type with sensory processing disorder and he actually craves crunchy, chewy textures. —…
We are talking all about the things that go inside Mikey’s body. These are simply our protocols, our results, and our observations — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/findingmikey/message
Resources for Parents of kids with Austism/SPD/ASD/ADHD by Mike “Pesh” Poeschl — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/findingmikey/message
Our parenting style: optimizing our approach when ASD/Autism/Aspergers is in the picture by Mike “Pesh” Poeschl — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/findingmikey/message
Today on the show I am joined by Heather, and we will be talking all about Mikey’s diet. We unpack exactly what we’ve chosen to put into his body and why we’ve chosen to do these things.
Stories, stories, stories! There are so many funny, cute, endearing, sweet stories we could share about Mikey… we share some and invite you to share your own on our site
Grace is not on the spectrum, how does SHE feel? She shares some of her thoughts on being a sister to someone with autism and about daddy-daughter dates and mommy-daughter dates!