Best Asperger���s podcasts we could find (Updated December 2018)
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Penny Williams, aka, the ADHD Momma, from ParentingADHDandAutism.com, reveals her powerful parenting strategies, ADHD management tips, and hard-won wisdom so you can get ahead of the curve, to parent your child with ADHD successfully. Penny has been where you are and understands the hurdles blocking your way to successful parenting. Gain the ability to understand and change your child’s behavior, reduce your own stress, increase parenting confidence, and create more successes and joy in your ...
 
Helping Aspergers Adults Discover Specialized Tools for Meaningful Connection
 
Get the latest information on Aspergers Syndrome (High Functioning Autism) and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
 
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Them Aspergers
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Two people, one has been diagnosed for 6 plus years and the other is awaiting diagnosis. They talk about life on the spectrum and the things everyone with Aspergers deal with on a regular basis.
 
I am here to talk about my life with Asperger syndrome (part of autism spectrum) and any questions I can regarding Aspergers. Please visit my website at livingwithaspergers.info Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/livingwithaspergers/support
 
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Inside Asperger's
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Simon Huebner, an adult diagnosed with Asperger's, wants to demystify this condition he was born with, while also discussing other learning disabilities and strategies.
 
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We talk about the possibilities of why ASD changes with age.
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking about how to finally stop battling with your child. Day in and day out, the challenging behaviors, the impulsivity, the seeming argumentativeness feel like we are battling with our kids. Sure, most of the triggers are symptoms of their ADHD and/or autism, but that doesn't make it any ea ...…
 
Episode 1 brief history of me and my diagnosis Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/livingwithaspergers/support https://www.theskimm.com/
 
My dads perspective Become a supporter of this podcast:https://anchor.fm/livingwithaspergers/support https://www.theskimm.com/
 
Its the Christmas episode, we talk about whats its like this time of yeah for us on the spectrum.
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with licensed child therapist, Angela Pruess, about emotional intelligence. Building emotional intelligence skills is an important part of raising kids with ADHD, kids who are often dysregulated emotionally and struggle with interactions with others. We discuss emotional awareness, emot ...…
 
This week we follow on from last week with some more common misconceptions about ASD
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I was inspired this week to talk to you about saying yes more often. As parents, we are programmed to say no automatically, but we need to find ways to say yes. Our kids already get messages that they “can’t” more than anything else, so they need more yeses, more positives in their day-to-day lives ...…
 
This week we are scratching the surface on some of the misconceptions that are thought about ASD.
 
No topic this week, instead Scarlett & Nicki reflect on the Aspergers and events of the week
 
This week we are talking about coping mechanisms and some of the ones that we personally use.
 
Every wondered why some people on the spectrum might overreact to a small crisis. We talk about why we do it.
 
Activities of Daily Living: Change the World By Making Your Bed? Activities of daily living may seem like a small thing. But it’s the small things that make the biggest difference. Small Decisions Made Me Get Behind I’ve gotten behind in writing posts for this blog. It started when I was training for another Chicago Marathon. This year it was t ...…
 
We talk about how social media is a good thing and sometimes a bad thing for those on the spectrum.
 
This episode we answer a question asked by a listener about why we are so uncomfortable with physical contact?
 
This episode was facilitated by a mutual friend of Mark Schroeder and I, who was interested in hearing us talk about our interests. Mark is a multi-instrumentalist who's made 4 albums when he isn't performing at his church, acting in local plays, or being a husband and father. You'll have to tune in to hear the reason he always has Altoids on h ...…
 
We talk about the things we have learnt about ourselves since realising we are on the spectrum.
 
Nicki and Scarlett talk about if given the choice would they be autistic?
 
I try to ponder the evidence of how closely Viennese pediatrician Hans Asperger worked with Nazis and what if any significance it has. Facebook and Instagram: @InsideAspergers Twitter: @InAspergerPod Email: insideaspergers@protonmail.com
 
We talk about are people on the spectrum selfish? Can we empathise or sympathise.
 
You’ll agree with me, I hope, that autistic burnout is real. If you haven’t had a chance, please check out the Thrive with Aspergers podcast episode number 88, called 3 Reasons We Should Be Talking About Autistic Burnout. In this post, I’m sharing autistic writers’ tips for burnout recovery. What Is Autistic Burnout? It’s a term that I’ve heard ...…
 
We all do it in one way or another and is one the main things that makes us different.
 
This episode, with source material from Neurotribes by Steve Silberman, asks an open-ended question: Who should the condition known as Asperger's have been named after? Lorna Wing, a British doctor and mother of an autistic child, toiled for years on the concept of an autism spectrum before discovering the hidden work of Hans Asperger. Follow m ...…
 
We talk about emotions and the differences those on spectrum have to those who aren't.
 
If you’re reading this, and you’ve been feeling depressed, would you like some easy tips to help you feel better? In this article, I’m going to share 5 behavioral activation tips that are easy to use. If you work on this, either by yourself, or with a loved one, you’ll start to feel better. What is Behavioral Activation? And Why Should You Care ...…
 
This week's chat is about stimming and it's a common thing for those on the spectrum.
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I was inspired this week to talk to you about the language you use to describe your child's behavior. I see parents day in and day out use language that sounds as though they're describing a character flaw. Language that sets a tone of "can't" and "won't," instead of describing things for what they ...…
 
This episode features Aaron Chasteen (@aa_ronchasteen), a comedian from Knoxville, now based in Atlanta, who stutters. He talks about problems he had faced growing up and gaining confidence as he found his voice while working on his standup comedy act. Other topics include finding the strength to forgive one's tormentors, a religious upbringing ...…
 
Integrative Health. Have you thought much about it? Well, if you live in one of 20 something states who have licensed naturopathic physicians, you’ll be familiar with it. In the Thrive Community a few weeks ago, several members were asking about holistic health tips. I then found out that one of our members, Greg Garoppolo, is completing his do ...…
 
We answer a couple of questions asked by some of our listeners.
 
The ASD differences between Scarlett & Nicki that are down to their gender.
 
This monologue is about acknowledging a mom of an Asperger's kid who knew how to manage many personal crises in a brief period of time outside of knowing how to parent a learning disabled child.
 
How aspergers changes changes as you get older
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with Dr. Sharon Saline about what your child with ADHD wishes you knew, in conjunction with the release of her new book. We're talking about how most kids feel like parents aren't hearing what they're saying, and vice versa. Dr. Saline offers many strategies to communicate better, for a ...…
 
It’s not every day that you find easy ways to change your life for the better. I first encountered James Swanick when I was listening to the Spartan Up Podcast. He talked about the fun and health benefits of giving up alcohol! I was intrigued. I’m not much of a drinker, but I have noticed that when I do drink some alcohol, I feel a bit “blah” a ...…
 
Scarlet and Nicki discuss the pros and cons of telling someone you are on the spectrum.
 
Simon, along with his lawyer friends AJ Gil (@hcajg) and Chris Nikitas (@NINJAkitas) tries to define what is and isn't a disability, as well as what is and isn't an excuse for insanity and diminished capacity and when it is applied.
 
Simon Huebner describes his story and perspective in the first episode of the Inside Asperger's podcast.
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with divorce and family attorney, Morghan Leia Richardson, about how to navigate co-parenting a child with ADHD when the parents don't agree on ADHD treatment and parenting. There are ways to pre-plan for these parenting disagreements during the divorce process, as well as resources and ...…
 
How the two of them feel about having conversations with the rest of the world.
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm giving you a pep talk for parenting kids with special needs. Use this pep talk when you're feeling low, lacking confidence in your parenting, apprehensive about starting another day, or just having a bad day. If you're feeling yourself slip, use this pep talk as your reminder that you've got th ...…
 
How does anyone on the spectrum decide on what they want from their life?
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with mental skills trainer, Carrie Cheadle. Mental skills training is common in sports and athletics, but it's also invaluable for parents raising kids with special needs. Carrie and I talk about releasing the pressure valve, resilience, redefining success for our parenting and our kids ...…
 
“My burnout started at age 45 and ended up in complete collapse at age 47. My coworkers thought I was the same as usual; but my body was going through literal hell from not being able to relax. I often wished I could run screaming from the building, but I felt like I had no option. I think one thing that may be different about a person on the s ...…
 
Everyone on the spectrum has routines and why they are important.
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm sharing tips and strategies to help your child overcome social struggles and make and keep friends. ADHD makes social interactions challenging for kids for a variety of reasons. I outline the different reasons kids with ADHD struggle with friendships, offer strategies to help your child build s ...…
 
How many spoons do you have in your drawer? Musings of an Aspie writer, Cynthia Kim, illustrated the spoon theory of disability by talking about a silverware drawer. Each spoon in the drawer represents your energy. As an Aspie, you may have limited capacity relating to social communication, using language, physical activity, sensory challenges, ...…
 
Living your life not knowing that you are on the spectrum
 
In this episode of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, I'm talking with Heather Chauvin about defining our job as a parent. Heather talks about her journey to discover her authentic role as a mom and how to parent in a way that serves the true goal and purpose of parenting — that serves her sons but also serves herself, too. Listen in to find out what ...…
 
Even though I grew up in the Amazon rainforest, I don’t have a lot of outdoors survival skills. When we’re feeling dull and uninspired, you may feel like I did when I tried to start a camping fire on many a camping trip. I’d put all the kindling together, build a nice stick structure, and try to get the fire going. But often, the wood was too w ...…
 
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