The 5 Best Autism Podcasts for Parents to Listen to in 2018

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Raising a child with autism isn't easy and sometimes you need a little bit more help than you'd like to admit, even if you've been doing it for years.

Though it's unconventional, we recommend turning to podcasts to get the expert advice and opinions you're searching for.

Not sure where to begin? We rounded up the five best autism podcasts of 2018. Find the best one for you below!

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1. By Your Side

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New episodes released the first and third Monday of every month, the By Your Side podcast features conversations with therapists, parents, educators, authors, and experts in the autism field. Each episode is equal parts insightful and heartfelt with the stories they share.

Listen here!

2. Autism Live

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Autism Live is different than most podcasts, seeing as it's an interactive webshow where viewers can interact with the parents, teachers, and experts being interviewed. New episodes are released every Thursday, so be sure to mark that date in your calendar if you have some pressing questions you need answers to.

Listen here!

3. Autism Blueprint Podcast

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Therapist and autism mom Janeen Herskovitz hosts this enlightening podcast, which aims to help listeners learn how to live with autism more effectively and peacefully. Whether you're a parent or caregiver, you'll appreciate the information provided during each episode.

Listen here!

4. Special Parents Confidential

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Host John Pellegrini has created a support group for parents of special needs children through this educational podcast featuring expert interviews and first-person stories. You'll hear everything you need and more on this series.

Listen here!

5. Homebase Hope: All About Autism

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Therapist and autism advocate Rhiannon Crispe interviews world experts, parents, and people on the spectrum in hopes to inspire others to think differently about those with special needs. To call this series eye-opening is an understatement.

Listen here!