Episode 10 - Autism and Art ft. Hilary and Mathieson
In this creative episode, we welcome Hilary and Mathieson from the Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts. The Nina Haggerty Centre for the Arts is a community-based arts organization in Edmonton, Alberta, that provides opportunities for neurodiverse artists to create and exhibit their work. Join us in this creatively diverse episode as we paint a colorful picture of the neurodiverse artist experience and explore how art can be a canvas for promoting acceptance and inclusion. Don't miss out on this brush with inspiration!
Episode 9 - Research on Autism-Specific Supports for Postsecondary Students ft. Emily Coombs
In our latest episode, we welcome back special guest Emily Coombs. She is an autistic researcher doing autism research, currently studying under Dr. Meredith Maroney and previously studied under Dr. Megan Ames. We explore her interest for getting involved in research, her experiences as a neurodivergent researcher in academia, and dive deep into discussion about her own research on autism-specific supports for postsecondary students.To learn more about the study of Canadian mapping of autism-specific supports for postsecondary students:https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S1750946721001744Canadian Mapping of Autism-specific Supports for Postsecondary Students CPA Poster:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sZNfR_oae5CmdnQgYhsvLDaq5ueXLf4H/view?usp=sharing
Episode 8 - ASD through a First Nations Lens
For this edition of the CFASA podcast, we are joined by special guest Grant Bruno, a PhD student at the University of Alberta in the Department of Pediatrics. We explore his research focus and goals on autism and First Nations communities, as well as his personal connections within the autism community.
Episode 7 - Family Dynamics and Sibling Relationships ft. Haseeb and Iman
Episode 6 - Coming Out Experiences ft. Emily Coombs