Living With Autism: Brant Hansen

An autism diagnosis in his 30s rocked the world of radio host Brant Hansen. Brant gets real about the social and faith-related challenges of life on the spectrum—as well as practical ways to embrace autistic loved ones and anyone living with autism.

Love someone with autism? Autistic radio host Brant Hansen offers real-life pointers for parents and spouses of those on the spectrum. View Show Notes →
Radio host Brant Hansen gets real about challenges of life on the spectrum—as well as practical ways to embrace anyone living with autism. View Show Notes →

Meet Series Guests

Brant Hansen

Brant Hansen uses his media platforms to advocate for the healing work of CURE, a global network of surgical hospitals for children with disabilities in developing nations. He’s a syndicated radio host and the author of Unoffendable, Blessed Are the Misfits, and The Truth about Us. In addition to speaking on the subject of The Men We Need, he frequently speaks at churches, conferences, and corporations on the topics of forgiveness, faith and the autism spectrum, and the kingdom of God.

Brant is also a musician and occasional stand-up comedian. He and his wife, Carolyn, live in South Florida.