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Martin Slyngstad is an autistic behavior specialist from California and the co-author of Chatter Box: My Life with Autism, A Mother and Son’s Perspective.
In today’s conversation, we discuss:
- Martin co-writing his autobiography with his mother
- Coping with anxiety
- Music, snowboarding, and other special interests
- Martin’s work as a behavior specialist
- Ideas to improve the field of Applied Behavior Analysis
- Stimming in the classroom
- Advice for other practitioners working with autistic children
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