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Keeping Your Child's Support Team Up To Date (feat. Risa Stein PhD, MA) S5E22
Episode 2218th July 2022 • The Autism Dad Podcast • Rob Gorski
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I speak with Risa Stein, Ph.D., MA in this parenting resource episode. Risa is a mother to a neurodivergent son and a Clinical Psychologist. She's also the Founder and CEO of SeeInMe. SeeInMe is an NFC-based technology that helps caregivers, teachers, providers, and self-advocates.

Guest Bio:

Risa Stein PhD, MD is a clinical psychologist, mother to a neurodivergent son, and granddaughter to a (now deceased) Alzheimer’s sufferer. She has struggled with entrusting her loved ones to the care of someone who does not and cannot easily get to know them. She created SeeInMe to address this problem.

Connect with Risa: seeinme.com

Host Bio:

Rob Gorski is a single Dad to three amazing autistic boys as well as Found and CEO of The Autism Dad, LLC. Multiple award-winning blogger, podcaster, content creator, digital marketer, social media influencer, and respected public figure for well over a decade.

Connect with Rob Gorski: https://listen.theautismdad.com

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