Jo’s Best Buddy… Granpa

In this episode I chat with my dad, Mark Naulls Sr. on how he an Josiah built their special bond.  He gives some simple yet powerful advice to other families on how they can connect with their family member that has a disability, in our case Josiah is autistic and was...

Parent Guilt…It’s a thing!

In this episode we will be talking about parent guilt. Whether you are a raising a child with a disability or a neurotypical child. It’s going to happen. We walk through this and give several ways to make it through this feeling so we can show up best for...

Let’s Talk Cerebral Palsy with Noah Hamm

In this episode I talk with Noah Hamm.  He gives us first hand knowledge of living with cerebral palsy and about his experiences growing up in the special education system. Now as an adult he has a lot to say on how we can together help younger kiddos with...

Special Education Teacher to Autism Mom

In this episode I take you on the journey of how I was a special education teacher, turned foster, and how my son was diagnosed with autism through the adoption process, and why this is important for you to know that I know what you are going through. I was told that...

Bonus Episode- Autism and Homeschool with Nina Yanez

In this episode we talk to the founder of I Can Teach Nina Yanez about how and why she decided to take her son out of the public school system and home school now all 3 of her kiddos.  We had this discussion back in August of 2020, however we were going to be having...

Data, Data, Data and your child’s IEP

Making sure that data collection and progress monitoring continues is super important.  Progress monitoring requires continuous data collection to guide instruction and provide information to monitor the IEP goals. Be sure to listen to the end as I give you 3 simple...

It’s A Process with Dr. Nicole Arkadie

In this episode we talk to the Mental Wellness Expert Dr. Nicole Arkadie on an common thing that parents have shared upon learning about their child’s diagnosis and that is grief.  Not in the terms of wishing they had a different child, or that they have lost...

Adult Residential Facilities with Jennifer Oglesby

You will want to listen to how this mom of 5 did not wait around for her son to become an adult to prepare for his future and she is ready to help you do the same. Adult Residential Facilities are a place for adult’s with disabilities to live an independent...