Nathan Kaplan's Journey 


dr. demio
Dr. Phillip C. DeMio interview USAAA 2010 Annual World Conference

Dr. DeMio discusses what inspires him to work with autism and Asperger's patients; advice he gives parents who for the first time hear those words, "your child has autism"; and all about the American Medical Autism Board.

Marlo Payne Thurman interview USAAA 2010 Annual World Conference
Marlo Payne Thurman discusses what inspires her to work in the autism/Asperger arena; and advice she has for parents on the subject of education for a child who is challenged with autism or Asperger's Syndrome.

Dr. Stephen Shore interview USAAA 2010 Annual World Conference
Dr. Shore discusses the take away message from his lecture; why he personally got involved with USAAA; the advice he can give to the "typical" potential job interviewer; advice for parents who are struggling with their child's challenges; and how music helps children communicate?

Theresa K. Wrangham interview USAAA 2010 Annual World Conference

Theresa K. Wrangham discusses why she got involved with USAAA; who or what inspired her to work in the autism/Asperger arena; what USAAA does as an organization for the local communities; and her favorite USAAA story?
dr. stephen shore
Living Along the Autism Spectrum (Excerpt on Emotions and Autism)

Dr. Stephen Shore and Dr. Robert Naseef talk about emotions as related to the autism spectrum with Dan Gottlieb.
martha herbert
How Much of Autism Can Be Explained By Chronic Active Biological Processes?

Dr. Martha Herbert explains about chronic biological processes in individuals with ASD in this except from the USAAA 2010 World Conference.
dr stephen shore
Sensory,Teaching, Music, Marriage

Dr. Stephen Shore talks about sensory issues, teaching children with autism how to play musical instruments and marriage. SENSORY: How sensory overload can lead to self-abusive behaviors.
taylor morris
Hope For Autism & Asperger's Syndrome: My Story
This is a video about Robin Rice's daughter Taylor's experience with autism and Asperger's Syndrome. At age 2, Taylor was diagnosed as being on the autism spectrum and given little hope of having a happy, independent life. Now, at age 17, (Jan, 2010) she is a top student, an athlete, and a creative artis
story corps joshua
Joshua Littman, a 12-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome, from StoryCorps

Joshua Littman, a 12-year-old boy with Asperger's syndrome, interviews his mother, Sarah. Joshua's unique questions and Sarah's loving, unguarded answers reveal a beautiful relationship that reminds us of the best—and the most challenging—parts of being a parent.
dean beadle
Dean Beadle "Being Dean:Living with Aspergers" Speech Excerpt

Recorded live at Autism Cymru's 4th international conference at Cardiff City Hall (21/6/11), acclaimed speaker and successful journalist Dean Beadle shares his day-to-day experiences with Asperger's Syndrome. Paul Shattock, OBE, who introduces Dean, presented at the USAAA 2008 World Conference in Austin, Texas.