Sponsored by Massel and Canyon Bakehouse
As parents, we always want to set our kids up for success but sometimes there are challenges along the way when it comes to learning, behavior, social-emotional functioning, and beyond. In this episode, we’re talking to licensed psychologist Dr. Andrew Kahn about learning and thinking differences and how to give your kids the best support system so they can thrive.
Andrew Kahn, Psy.D is a licensed psychologist specializing in working with individuals who think and learn differently. In his role as Associate Director, Behavior Change & Expertise at the nonprofit Understood, Dr. Kahn focuses on ADHD, autism spectrum disorders, anxiety, general learning and behavioral challenges, and learning and social-emotional functioning. For nearly 20 years, Dr. Kahn worked within the public school system providing training, evaluations, direct consultation, and therapeutic support to students, their families, and staff. He has worked closely with underserved communities struggling with the impact of poverty, food insecurity, and limited access to educational support. Additionally, he supported school committees to develop policies on mental health, suicide prevention, and access to learning interventions.
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Founded in 1982, Massel creates stock, bouillon, and seasoning with exceptional taste. A family-owned business, Massel is the number one stock cube and stock powder brand in Australia. “Quality you can taste” is the company mantra and their ethos is to make products that taste great and have health claims that set them apart from their competitors. Massel supplies hospitals, aged care facilities, and armed forces with high health profile products that are fat-free, cholesterol-free, low in sodium, have no artificial ingredients, no additives, and no preservatives.
Since 2009, Canyon Bakehouse has raised the bar on gluten-free baking, making delicious offerings the whole family will enjoy. Their passion is making gluten-free breads and baked goods that are safe for those with celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and other food allergies. And the mission of Canyon Bakehouse? To make you love bread again.