A Dad’s Perspective: Ray White’s Autism Parenting Journey (S6E25)

In this week’s episode, we discuss Ray White’s journey as a father to an autistic child, exploring the emotions and resilience it entails. Our chat uncovers valuable lessons and emphasizes fathers’ overlooked perspectives in advocating for autism awareness. Tune in for deep insights.

About Ray:

Ray is a 42-year-old father of 3, living in Northeast Ohio. Ray is not only a devoted husband and dad but also an entrepreneur. Navigating the challenges and joys of parenthood, his unique journey includes raising his youngest son, Raymie, who is on the autism spectrum. Sharing this incredible journey with his supportive wife, Nikki White, well-known for her influential podcast ‘Raising Raymie,’ they form a formidable duo in their commitment to their family and autism advocacy.

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