Jenn Jordan has always loved talking about her life with her son Jakob, who has autism. Here, she shares all the feels that come along with sharing space with someone who is different. It’s the journey they’ve taken together, finding ways to connect, love and laugh through all the challenges. At its core, this podcast isn’t just about parenting autism, it’s at the heart of the human experience that we all share.

Listen to the At Home with Autism Podcast on the Q102 mobile app, here on WKRQ.com or wherever you get your podcasts.


Latest Episodes

Episode 40…Songs that suck

He is full of it today! All fired up and ready to talk…about musical preferences, a road trip to Grandma’s and his hip hop teammates. His smile was huge the entire time and you can hear it. Doing this podcast makes him so happy!

Episode 39…Pulling Carrots? (with Jakob)

We live in an Agri-Community and Jakob just loves it. He loves feeding carrots to the donkeys, sheep, and goats and he loves to volunteer. Recently, he joined some neighbors and he pulled some weeds…and he learned a couple life lessons in the process.

Episode 37…Enough of Covid (with Jakob)

He worries. A lot. Which means we have our share of repeating conversations. Over and over with the same questions and concerns. Not sure he ever quite feels that there’s no need to worry, but we do our best to feel like everything is gonna be ok.

Episode 35…Big Birthday Bash (with Jakob)

Jakob wants to talk about a lot of things this trip…planning his 21st Birthday Party, if he’ll be drinking alcohol, and the shooting in Uvalde. Light stuff and heavy stuff and a mom who’s just trying to navigate important topics that he definitely wants to discuss.

Jenn chats with author Liane Holliday

Liane Holliday, author of “Pretending to Be Normal,” will be at the GE Aviation Learning Center on March 10 from 6-9:30pm to talk about her book and what it’s like...

VIDEO: Meet Sam the Dancing Barista!

I wanted to share this beautiful story with all of you. Sam has autism and is a barista in Toronto. Thanks Ellen for sharing with the world! (-Jenn) If you...

Reel Abilities Film Festival

There’s something really cool coming to town and I’m very excited to be a part of it.  It’s the Cincinnati Reel Abilities Film Festival March 9-16, the largest national film festival...

"Mom Talks"...January 22, 2013

So excited for the new Q102 website and the new blog!  And so excted to start writing about Jakob again… He’s dong so great, I couldn’t be any prouder.  He’s...

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It’s been 16 years since we received my son Jacob’s autism diagnoses. I didn’t know where to go, who to turn to, I certainly didn’t know what kind of therapies and interventions I should try.

Now thanks to the Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati, there is a local live helpline that you can call right here, right now, called the Cincinnati Autism Connection. They will connect you with a family who is living with autism. They’re going to help you figure out which treatments are best for you and your family, so please take full advantage of it. Call 513-561-2300 or learn more at Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati.

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