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Behind the Breakthroughs

Mar 6, 2019

In this episode we take a look at father’s journey from his son's diagnosis to becoming Kimock7 Autism Vlogger. Through his vlogs (some have gone viral) this father is changing peoples perceptions of what autism is by promoting Autism Awareness on Facebook and YouTube where he has over 100,000 followers from all over the world. 

Meet Chadd Wickert aka Kimock7 Autism Vlogger. Chadd shares how making videos with his son was a great way for him and his son to connect because his son loved the process and watching the videos.   Chadd started his own YouTube channel and Facebook page where one of the videos he posted went viral because it captures the true essence of the bond between father and son. People from all over the world have written letters and have contacted Chadd and his son thanking them for the videos because they provide them with hope and inspiration for their son or daughter. Through these videos Chadd is changing peoples views on autism and serve as an inspiration to many. Listen to this podcast to find out more then checkout his Facebook and YouTube at Kimock7 Autism.

MINDSHIFT (takeaways)

  1. Early diagnosis is critically important in getting your child the services they need. The sooner you start the better the outcome.
  2. Researching diet, medical remedies, and other outlets such as detoxification is worth looking into. Researching other avenues only helps your child to think, cope, and function. There is an entire biomedical component that can help your child with neurological challenges that is tied to the gut.
  3. Your child may have autism and what he/she puts into his/her body everyday is going to affect their brain everyday moving forward. Research shows that there is a gut and brain connection and that diet can make a dramatic difference in your child’s behavior and neurological functioning.
  4. You go through life and there are certain things that happen to you and something can fly by and you may not even realize that one experience or that one conversation or that one person you met has just taught you something. You may not realize it right away and that’s what the quote at the beginning of the podcast means... you can find hope and happiness and inspiration in the most strangest of places.