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A radio show hosted by an autistic mute? Why not! The creators of Mule and Muse Productions, Barb Rentenbach and Lois Prislovsky, PhD, welcome you to “Loud Mute Radio”. To listen, click the button below

 

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Show 20: You can find a way to Communicate & Heal: Donna Williams part 2

Show 20: You can find a way to Communicate & Heal: Donna Williams part 2

Donna Williams generously shares hard-fought tips on how to overcome exposure anxiety and how to make your environment easier to process.  Her method of typing to see what she thinks is revealed.  Deprivation compulsion, pronoun problems, and connecting interactively are also discussed.  Barb closes with a tribute to Wally Wojtowicz. Listen and Subscribe to Loud Mute Radio on iTunes: Show... read more
Show 19: Heroes like Donna Williams Inspire Us to Be and Do

Show 19: Heroes like Donna Williams Inspire Us to Be and Do

My hero Donna Williams joyously shares how to soar beyond exposure anxiety. Donna teaches us to be more than our condition in her frank discussions on sexuality, humor, functional speech, bullying, and the cycle of involuntary avoidance/ diversion/ retaliation. the ASK BARB section addresses gaming, loneliness, and diagnostic protocols. Listen and Subscribe to Loud Mute Radio on iTunes: Show... read more

Show 18: Release Fear: Lessons from Teens, Gaming, & Jennifer Ho-Dougatz

  Teen gamers review Gnoggin’s wildly popular neurodiversity video “Ultimate Smash Brothers Theory: Smash is Autistic”. Then Jennifer Ho-Dougatz entrepreneurial workshop trainer shares tips on how to work through fear and roadblocks to live your passion. Finally the diagnosis of Intellectual Disability is discussed along with thoughts on the UNIT (Universal Non-Verbal Intelligence Test).   Barb’s Crew from Right to Left. Mrs. Rentenbach, Barb, Lois, Eli, and Evan.             Jennifer Ho-Dougatz with The Hangar Studios in NY Listen and Subscribe to Loud Mute Radio on iTunes: Show... read more

Show 17: Define your Destination with Jennifer Ho-Dougatz

Practical solutions to discover your purpose and set clear destinations. Keep integrity within yourself and have a job and autism label too. When in doubt look out. Those who teach from their heart to your heart are highlighted: Ibby Grace, Temple Grandin, Chammi Rajaptirana, Amy Sequenzia and Donna Williams.       Jennifer Ho-Dougatz is a Serial entrepreneur and workshop trainer. She guides people to dream Big and backs it up by giving the arsenal to create measurable results. Jen is a multi-faceted lover of life who has transitioned from being a 4 Star restaurant manager to the manager of a flagship ballroom dancing studio on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, from a down and out single mom to owning a successful business and everything in between. Jen and her husband Chad Dougatz own NYC’s The  HANGAR Studios. Listen and Subscribe to Loud Mute Radio: Show... read more
Show 16: Depression, Social Skills & Autism with M Kelter

Show 16: Depression, Social Skills & Autism with M Kelter

This show is about releasing shame and being yourself.  Author and humorist M Kelter discusses his own ASD label and journey through depression, hypersensitivities, and social challenges. Stereotypes are debunked and the overlap between depressive symptoms and autism traits are addressed.  Tips on how to recharge energy expended being social are also given.  This is a must hear for teens with profound introversion. M. Kelter is a writer who blogs about life on the autism spectrum at his site, Invisible Strings. He has a degree in psychology, more than a decade of experience working with schizophrenic clients and is a frequent guest contributor to sites like Zoom Magazine and the Thinking Person’s Guide to Autism. Listen and Subscribe to Loud Mute Radio:  Show... read more
Show 14: Financial Planing for Special Needs with Jay Healy

Show 14: Financial Planing for Special Needs with Jay Healy

Actionable intelligence to help make financial decisions in line with presumed competence, personal purpose, and intentions are highlighted with top financial advisor Jay Healy. Special needs trusts, Wills, Guardianships, and protecting government benefits are discussed. Jay Healy is founder and President of Century Wealth Management – a boutique multi-family office built from the ground up to serve the complex financial needs of high net worth families. Two life-long passions – music and investing – provided the foundation for Jay’s professional pursuits. Prior to founding Century Wealth Management, Jay spent fifteen years in the music business collaborating with artists such as Billy Joel, Mariah Carey, REM, and Live, before retiring from this line of work in 2000. Leveraging his experience managing his own investments, and driven by a passion to help clients navigate the opportunities and obstacles they face in managing their wealth, Jay set out to build what is now Century Wealth Management. Jay is a Certified Financial Planner. He was named as one of Worth Magazine’s top 250 wealth advisors and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal and other various industry publications. Century Wealth Management – Company Profile  Century Wealth Management is an independent multi-family office serving as advisor, facilitator, and investment manager to select group of families who are driven to achieve their greater family vision and to ensure their legacy. Based in Memphis TN, the firm was founded in 2000 originally to serve the investing needs of a single family after the sale of a Memphis-based business. Recognizing the opportunity to bring our expertise and strategies to a broader audience, Century transitioned to a multi-family office model... read more

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