New Partnership With The Autism Dad

We have such an amazing announcement to make!

We have partnered with The Autism Dad to be the sponsor for Season Two of his podcast.  

Who is The Autism Dad? Well, his name is Rob and he is the dad to three great kids all on the spectrum. There is Gavin, Emma, and Elliot ranging from 11 to 20. For the last 10 years, Rob has been a stay at home dad, and tries to use his experience to help other families through his podcast. His goal is to support other autism parents especially dads.

On top of being an autism dad, one of his children also has schizophrenia, major health issues, and behavioral issues. This son is considered as low functioning. What he did not know for a while was that most of the aggression and behavioral issues were driven by voices in his head. The other two kids are fairly high functioning. He is a source of information on divorce, having a low functioning adult, being a stay at home parent and so much more.

Our team at LakiKid have decided that we want to team up to support even more people. We all agree this exciting new partnership is going to be beneficial to all our group members and followers. Check out The Autism Dad Podcast today!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

JENN EGGERT

is a 35-year-old mother of two. Jenn's daughter, Ryley was disagonsed with autism at the age of 4. Jenn is also the host of our weekly Facebook Live show, Ask an Autism Mom.

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  • How awesome. Looking forward to following along on the progress.

    Melinda W

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