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From my neurodivergent family to yours. I'm Danielle Sullivan, a neurodiversity life coach and autistic parent with autistic and ADHD children. I'm here to help us all explore the world of neurodivergence. Neurodiverging episodes include stories and lessons from my life, deep dives into the traits and histories of ADHD and autism, and guest experts who talk about issues pertinent to ADHD and autistic folks in society. Welcome to Neurodiverging! Learn more on http://neurodiverging.com. Suppor ...
 
Sandra is the writer behind @nd.narratives that was @theadhdgoodlife on Instagram, a page where she shares her experiences and insights from her late in life ADHD diagnosis and Autistic self-diagnosis as a Black femme and transracial adoptee. This podcast explores the unique experiences of neurodivergent people (particularly those who've been historically excluded from mainstream neurodivergent narratives), often considering intersectionality and social justice lenses while sharing tools and ...
 
If you are a former gifted kid who grew up to struggle with basic adulting, then you need the Ex-Gifted podcast. Host Ren Eliza talks about gifted kid burnout, and the damage that lasts long into adulthood. Damage like battered self esteem, decimated internal motivation, and a continued failure to live up to expectations even while we were placed on pedestals and alienated from our peers. Ex-Gifted will cover failure, procrastination, imposter syndrome, and chronic anxiety and depression, an ...
 
Wheels On My Back is a first hand account about growing up neurodivergent and navigating a neurotypical world as a neurodivergent (#actuallyautistic, #actuallyadhd) adult with CPTSD. Because despite the many myths, misconceptions, and stigmas that dominate the mainstream narrative, neurodivergent kids grow into neurodivergent adults - often with a lot of trauma, internalized ableism, and shame to unpack. On this podcast, I’ll explore the burgeoning neurodiversity paradigm and why it matters ...
 
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Fellowship Audio Podcast is actually the one-stop podcasts for all entertainment society. Joining forces with Friendship Feed as one of Singapore's autistic podcasts as we will have episodes on various contents and more. New episodes published daily. Brought to you by iHeartRadio, Fellowship Audible Podcast Group & Fellowship Stories Of You And Me, this is Fellowship Audio Podcast, affiliated with Friendlight Digital Media. Reach to us via our email: walkmars1759@gmail.com
 
Spectrum Projection is a media review podcast where we analyse characters who may fit into the autism spectrum. Hosted by Hannah (an actually autistic person with a Masters in disabilities in literature) and Tilda (who has to deal with her ramblings). We review anything that we features characters that remind us of people on the spectrum: film, tv, video games and books. We upload every two weeks (more or less...)
 
Don’t be shy! Come on Aut of the Closet! If you’re autistic, you have the right to experience freedom, a renewed mindset, and to voice your need and concerns for a safe environment, accommodations, and the right to live an abundant life. Aut of the Closet is an actually autistic Canadian podcast from Winnipeg Manitoba which advocates on behalf of neurodiversity and autism to a planet who continues to learn about who we are as autistics!
 
The podcast where we discuss diversity and how to embrace our neurodivergent kids at home, at school and in the work place. Each fortnight or so, Lou interviews various guests. These are people with lived experience of neurodivergence, teachers, parents or academics. We will discuss ADHD, Autism, Tourette's Syndrome, Dyslexia, Sensory Processing differences...the list goes on. We will also discuss inclusion, diversity, education experiences, employment.Real stories and real experiences that ...
 
New Self Help Book Launch 2020 (This podcast interview is between the author Danielle Hampson and the editor Amanda Moss from Lifestyle Monthly Magazine and was recorded during the Covid19 virus lock down please excuse the distant quality).Am I on the Spectrum? An Aspies Guide to The Autistic Spectrum - I am on it and so are you - is a psychology self help publication which cuts through the mystery and complexity surrounding autism looking at everyday personality types.If you've ever wondere ...
 
Welcome to "Unraveling the Secrets." My name is Dennis Crenshaw. My co-host is Rick "Oz" Osmon. For the past 45 years we have been researching the connecting links between all things having to do with the secrets and pernicious deeds of a group of secret society outlaws who are working together behind the scenes to create a completely controlled world society with them as bosses and you and I as slaves to their system. This continuing scheme is popularly known as the New World Order, or the ...
 
Hi, I'm Gem! Join me as I chat to queer folks and allies about self-empowerment, body liberation and activism. My guests are at the forefront of change-making, working in areas like fat activism, sex positivity, intersectional feminism, drag/cabaret, LGBTQ+ activism and children's rights. I'm a transformational coach, activist and founder of the Queers & Co. zine, podcast and community. Through my work, I support LGBTQ+ folks and allies to reclaim their personal power and take up space so th ...
 
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When you build a non-profit, your first concern is always “How do I help people?” Scott Frasard had an idea. He developed our Actually Autistic Athletes program and began searching for a participant. Jonah Papovich is a 15 year old who loves art and music. Exercise was never a main focus, but his mother Maureen thought it would expose him to someth…
 
This week's episode looks predominately at refugee (although, I do think I mention immigrant populations occasionally too) populations and my thoughts about some of the research I've been doing around lack of mental health support. I don’t hear a lot talked about this community when speaking about ADHD or neurodivergence and that's a problem especi…
 
The Roleplanning System is made with this need for reflection built in! The 13-week calendar gives you the opportunity every 3 months to set your priorities all over again. And the hourly layout allows you the option to schedule in down time and sleeping hours every day. Get the Roleplanning System at ko-fi.com/reneliza/shop Use code DORMANT for a …
 
In our last episode (listen here), I talked about my neurodiverse family’s experience homeschooling during the pandemic and why it’s working for us. But I have complex feelings about homeschooling, so today I’m discussing my concerns, why I think disabled kids should be integrated into conventional classrooms, and why pulling disabled students out …
 
This is a long episode but it is well worth it and packed with a huge amount of resources and helpful and practical advice and information. There's quite a few light bulb moments where Lou connects the dots such as a realisation that you can't apply Collaborative Proactive Solutions if you don't have a trusting relationship with the child first. Ch…
 
Hope you all had a Happy Thanksgiving! Special thank you to all who participated in this weekend’s Ordinary Half Marathon – our informal fall race. We had more participants in this year’s half than last year. We love when we see our community growing. Especially now that everything benefits the Ordinary Marathoner Foundation. While you were all out…
 
Lou and George talk about "the human right to read, write and numerate" as George put it. They discuss the correct language used to describe learning disorders Dyslexia, Dysgraphia and Dyscalculia. The diagnosis and school experiences, teachers' approaches, George explains some key messages for parents and teachers, where to get help and access sup…
 
Thank you for your patience as we work through a bit of a hiatus on the podcasting front. We have a bunch to catch up on including a number of big races that have taken place these past few weeks. We also discuss the incredible first year for the Ordinary Marathoner Foundation! This year we rolled out two programs and have more to come as we look f…
 
Featured this episode: Insight Timer References: https://www.brown.edu/research/labs/britton/research/varieties-contemplative-experience https://www.pacesconnection.com/blog/meditation-may-aggravate-trauma-mindful-action-is-a-better-alternative https://journals.aom.org/doi/full/10.5465/amd.2017.0033 “individuals with a high learning goal orientatio…
 
Welcome back! You may have noticed that we have spent the past couple of months discussing education for neurodiverse kids. We've talked to special education tutors, literacy experts, and parents about how public schooling has affected their autistic and ADHD children, and some of the issues or challenges they've had receiving needed supports for t…
 
This really is "A Special Understanding". It's an understanding of Treacy and everything she's been through in her life from years of mis-diagnosis and all that comes with that, of the trauma, fear and challenges of single parenting a neurodivergent child when you don't understand your own neurology. It's the revelation when the penny drops. It's f…
 
Samantha Nuttall is The Neurodivergent Coach and she talks to Lou about life as a neurodivergent mum to two neurodivergent sons and the interesting lightbulb moment she had that led her to develop her business as The Neurodivergent Coach. Sam is passionate about helping neurodivergent people to overcome disability discrimination barriers with emplo…
 
Tania is a lawyer and psychology student. Other accomplishments are her three sons. Tania and Lou discuss the challenges of being parents to neurodivergent children but they also focus on strategies to understand our square pegs, their journey to self-awareness and self-acceptance. They also discuss Tania's approach to school to avoid the inability…
 
Welcome back to the Neurodiverging Podcast! Today, we are talking with Lindsey Wander, CEO of WorldWise Tutoring. Lindsey is dedicated to helping students of all abilities not only to improve their grades and scores, but also to learn the skills to become confident and independent lifelong learners, and to grow into competent and conscious leaders.…
 
Wheels On My Back is...back! As passionate as I am about the neurodiversity paradigm it turns out I'm not actually that passionate about solo podcasting. Something about speaking into a void and lots of ~steps~ to produce an episode... but I'm figuring it out! Because this is an important topic to me and we're gonna keep it going! Anyway, the first…
 
This here is episode 50 and I am so thrilled to welcome my first guest! The most special-est, wonderful-est person I know talks to me about creativity, school and lots more. I know they'll leave you smiling with their wisdom and insights. It's short but it feels like my best episode yet. Thank you all for being here for the first 50! Connect with m…
 
Another very special episode. This time, Lou chats to Australia's national treasure, Maggie Dent! Lou learns that Maggie's key early intuitions led her to a deep understanding for our neurodivergent youth, their strengths, challenges and their need for our support and understanding, especially when they are at school. Maggie shares some very moving…
 
Ryan Hendry The Noncompliant podcast came out of hiatus this week to talk with autistic advocate Ryan Hendry about Spectrum10K, a currently-proposed project by UK business interests to collect DNA data on autistic children and adults for a database to sell to companies for commercial ventures. Our conversation happens as protests and advocacy to #S…
 
This week we are talking Tourette Syndrome. Lou talks to Lydia Roberts, mum to Ruari and her twin daughters. Ruari is neurodivergent. He has ADHD and Tourette's Syndrome. Lydia is a brilliant parent advocate and actively works to educate the community about Tourette Syndrome. The episode opens with a sound bit from an ABC Perth radio segment where …
 
Kang the Conqueror is talking about the multiverse with infinite possibilities. It is the shortest. This episode of Fellowship Audio Podcast is sponsored by moomoo, your one-stop investment platform powered by FUTU. Like us at facebook.com/moomoosingapore for news updates Follow us on social media platforms as we cover more current events: Facebook…
 
This episode talks a little about the story of someone I work with and from an intersectional lens (being an immigrant to a "western country", second language speaker and a person of colour). The problems that he was going through in order to get a proper diagnosis and thoughts on three things have made it difficult for him to get the proper diagno…
 
Order in the court! Today we are getting legal. Lou talks to lawyer, Laura Cottam from Australian Centre for Disability Law (ACDL). They talk about disability laws and the importance of understanding those in order to advocate for your Square Peg at school and across all settings. Laura explains the laws and the importance of getting the balance ri…
 
Lois Letchford is my guest today. Lois recognized her “learning difference” at the age of 39 when teaching her son with autism to read. She then trained to become a literacy specialist, and encourages learning through experience and context. Lois is the cofounder of the Teaching Students with Dyslexia Writing & Reading Program. Reversed: A Memoir i…
 
Greg Rajkovic is one of the more interesting characters I’ve come across while doing this podcast. He’s based near Seattle, but our virtual paths crossed on a USA Triathlon Zwift ride. We invited him to our weekly trivia ride, and his quick answers and near-perfect attendance made him a fixture there. Greg was a quiet guy at first. As we got to kno…
 
Download the thought ladder at exgifted.com/thoughts Find the Unfuck Your Brain podcast by Kara Lowenthiel at unfuckyourbrain.com or anywhere you listen to podcasts. Get video versions of this podcast from ko-fi.com/reneliza. Video episodes are free through the next episode, and then will be available to all donors for the month starting in Novembe…
 
Did you know that Autism is Actually Awesome? If you still think that being Autistic means a life of stress, worry and social isolation - think again! Listening to Shadia will surely convince you otherwise. Lou and Shadia discuss Shadia's life growing up, their amazing advocate/teacher mum, the progressive and inclusive school that Shadia attended …
 
Zoe is Lou's son's best friend. Zoe is living with mental illness, and like so many others, to look at her and to know her reasonably well, you would never know what’s going on under the surface. She is so beautiful on the outside and has a beautiful heart and a beaming smile at all times, but no one would ever know the battles within. Zoe was rece…
 
As part of the new plans that Singapore is joining countries in endemic mode of Covid-19, join PM Lee and the task force ministry to plan head for the new norms. Full credits by Prime Minister's Office and The Straits Times. Follow us on social media platforms as we cover more current events: Facebook: facebook.com/fellowshipstoriesSG Twitter: twit…
 
Noah Cass is a US Marine. When his friend Eddie Ryan was shot twice in the head leaving him paralyzed, Noah decided he wanted to help. Along with two friends, he decided to run from his home in Somers, CT, to Lake George, NY. The 145-mile journey would take more than two days. It was all captured on film in the documentary, Tougher Than a Tank. Noa…
 
Welcome back to the Neurodiverging Podcast! Today, certified life coach Danielle Sullivan discusses the basics of what emotional intelligence is and why it can be difficult for neurodivergent people to develop emotional intelligence skills. We're also discussing alexithymia, how autistics process emotions differently than neurotypical people, and s…
 
This is a pivotal episode. Lou dreamed it may happen one day and all her dreams came true! Mona and Lou discuss the fundamental messages of Mona's book, Beyond Behaviours, they delve in to COVID induced trauma, school "push out", Mona's thoughts on ODD, PDA, behaviour charts and behaviour management strategies and the importance of respecting the S…
 
Meet the McCollum twins, Karla and Konnie. Both have been active members of the Ordinary Marathoner community for years and have run many long-distance races. In one of those races, Konnie suffered a heart attack… and still finished! Ever since then, the twins have always run together. And it has been their dream to qualify and run the Boston Marat…
 
Today I'm talking with Debbie Godfrey, a positive parenting guru. Debbie's a certified Parent Educator with over 30 years of expertise in the parenting education field. She's helped parents around the world solve problems with their families and their children by teaching methods to improve behavior in a positive, gentle way. She's served tons of o…
 
Do you believe that Inclusive Education can happen? Should happen? Well it's happening!! Loren Swancutt is a highly experienced inclusive educator and leader who is committed to advancing the realisation of inclusive education within the Australian context. Lou and Loren discuss the human right to access inclusive education and Loren explains the t…
 
Lou and Darcy discuss Darcy's colourful, wonderful, uplifting and magical but also traumatic life story. Darcy tells us about the importance of the elders, his father's influence and their special bond. Darcy discusses fostering 150 children! His relationships with his kids, the students at the school where he works. He talks about the juvenile jus…
 
Around 10 years ago, Stu Weiner discovered the sport of running. Like many others who discover the sport, he climbed the distance ladder – culminating in some finishes at the Boston Marathon as a charity runner. Stu loves racing, and is approaching an incredible milestone – FIFTY half marathons! At his current pace, Stu thinks he will accomplish th…
 
Today's conversation is with Laura Reber, Founder of Progress Parade, an online special education tutoring company. With her lifelong interest in psychology and problem-solving, Laura initially began her career as a school psychologist before following her passion for supporting each student as an individual to create her tutoring company, Progress…
 
Announcement: Dr Mona Delahooke coming on the podcast in early October 2021! In this episode, Lou and Carly discuss Occupational Therapy and the concept of adapting the environment to suit the needs and preferences of the child. They talk about looking behind behaviour and meeting the child where they are at with compassion and evidence based thera…
 
Dr Siobhan Lamb is the Principal of "Embrace Difference", an Autistic led organisation that educates and supports schools, teachers, parents, carers, families and individuals who are Neurodivergent themselves, to teach and support Neurodivergent students or just seek a better understanding of Neurodiversity. http://embrace-difference.com.au/ Don't …
 
After a little podcasting hiatus, we are back with a recap of the Ironman 70.3 Maine Relay event. Matt Schorer, Jacob Polzin and I went up to Old Orchard Beach last weekend for our first chance to participate in a relay-format half-Ironman event. All of us performed to the better side of our own expectations and we had a blast doing it! Matt crushe…
 
This week, Lou talks to Maddi about all things ADHD. Dr Maddi Derrick is a psychologist, a parent and has a lived experience of ADHD. Maddi is super clever because she is a founding member of the super successful parent advocacy group called Parents for ADHD Advocacy Australia. Lou and Maddi discuss the early days and Maddi explains her experiences…
 
Follow the coverage of the National Day Rally 2021 as you listen in carefully as we wrap up the month of National Day. Full credits by Prime Minister's Office and The Straits Times. Follow us on social media platforms as we cover more current events: Facebook: facebook.com/fellowshipstoriesSG Twitter: twitter.com/justintanwc Instagram: instagram.co…
 
In this episode, Lou talks to Melinda Gindy about being Gifted and Talented with Disability, also known as Twice Exceptional. Did you know that you can be gifted but also have one or more disabilities? This is a concept shrouded in mystery and misconception. Melinda helps Lou to unpack and understand this complex area in education. Melinda clearly …
 
In this episode, I'm musing on inflexible thinking. I don’t think that we’re naturally inflexible as much as it’s just naturally looking at what matters to us at the moment. It looks inflexible, but the thing is that you’ve not convinced us (or I've not convinced myself) that what you think is important is really that important. I'm not saying that…
 
I had an amazing conversation with Drs Anila D’Mello and Liron Rozenkrantz from MIT about their research review and other work about autism, rationality and cognition! Listen to the episode by clicking the audio file below or on Spotify, Stitcher or iTunes here. Read the transcript below the audio file. . https://noncompliantpodcast.com/wp-content/…
 
This episode looks at Black Excellence and exceptionalism and how this might be experienced with neurodivergence. NOTE: I do stick to centering race in this episode, but I believe that depending on the different identities you hold there will be a lot of familiar feelings here. There's a lot of complexity in these topics. Three thoughts on navigati…
 
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