Dr. Teri Krakovich is a clinical psychologist and the sibling of an adult with Autism.  Through her clinical work, research, and life experiences, she recognized the wide gaps in our service system for teenagers and adults with Autism.  Recently, Teri launched the Autism Quality of Life™ podcast, to highlight the #AutismInnovators who are developing exciting programs, services, and resources to improve quality of life for teens and adults with ASD and their caregivers!

On the Autism Quality of Life™ podcast, Teri interviews business owners, entrepreneurs, researchers, consultants, and clinicians who are helping to innovate the field of Autism by creating more opportunities and resources.

Please subscribe to the Autism Quality of Life™ YouTube Channel to listen in, and share episodes with family and friends who might also be interested in this great resource!

For information about guests of the podcast and their recommended links and resources, click here!

 

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I want to talk about something slightly outside of Autism and Mental Health today, although very much related to the subject of Hidden Disabilities. I haven’t shared much on my physical conditions, all of which were diagnosed a few years ago, althoug...

March 13, 2018

I could start with the obvious and say I always felt different from everyone else and how I got diagnosed and my journey there but this is not what this is about. This is about my life for the past year and perhaps some advice about how to deal with...

February 15, 2018

It’s half 3 on a cold Wednesday morning and I’m typing this up as I can’t sleep as my head is all over the place right now.

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February 14, 2018

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December 27, 2017

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December 21, 2017

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