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Ever wanna hear two people that are so passionate about special education that they sometimes lost sleep over it geek out over it?! Taylor Day’s energy for supporting students with autism is contagious – so contagious, in fact, that she is one of our very few repeat guests on the podcast, AND I’ve invited her to present at our Special Education & Advocacy Conference. In today’s episode Dr. Tay and I talk about behavior supports, Pathological Demand avoidance, the concierge model of medical and therapeutic intervention, special education advocacy, and SO much more. This is the kind of conversation I have on the phone with friends while I drive my kids to swimming, take walks, and put away laundry. This is about as behind-the-scenes as it gets, and you’re going to love it!
Meet My Guest: Dr. Taylor Day
Dr. Taylor Day is a licensed psychologist specializing in neurodivergent affirming care for autistic children and their families, including very early diagnosis and early intervention. She has a Ph.D. in clinical psychology and is the CEO and founder of Dr. Tay Concierge Clinical Care. Her practice integrates The Whole Family Approach, a process she created utilizing evidence-informed principles after seeing a gap in autism care. Her passion for child psychology and her focus on autism is in many ways tied to her own personal experience growing up with a brother who was diagnosed at 23 months of age.
- Website: http://drtaylorday.com
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.dr.tay/
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/the.dr.tay/
- LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/the-dr-tay/
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