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Supporting neurodiverse children can be both rewarding and confusing. Holly Blanc Moses shares her strategies to support children diagnosed with ADHD and/or Autism. If you want to learn more about emotional health, behavior, social interaction and academics, this podcast is for you.
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A podcast about late diagnosed and self diagnosed autistics.Each episode we will cover a topic that looks at how an autistic person makes their way in the world after not being aware of their autism most of their life. Hosts Dan and Bianca bring a more personal and lived approach to the table and hope that their stories can help others along the way.
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Bi-weekly discussions around autism awareness. Topics of mainstream media stories, interviews with parents and education professionals and businesses, strategies to try at home or school, resources and masterclasses.
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From corporate executive to nonprofit leader, Vicky Westra is sharing her own personal journey, and most important job, as the mother of an Autistic daughter. In her podcast “Green Zone Talks,” Westra is calling people to join the shift to the “Green Zone,” moving away from a place of worry, anger and fear that often comes with living with a diagnosis of Autism to one of hope, positive expectation and joy. For more information, visit www.neuro-shifts.org
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This show is for anyone who is raising a child with neurological differences. Raising a child with autism and epilepsy like my daughter Remy, I have learned quite a few lessons about the special needs world and the evolution of growth as a mom. In this show, we discuss all of it. Parenting, marriage, the autism world, epilepsy world and everything in between. Welcome, I am so glad you stopped by
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Welcome to "Let's Raise Awareness of Mental Health," produced by your hostess Victoria Kidson! Are you tired of seeing women with autism overlooked and under-represented in society? In each episode, we'll be joined by women and marginalised individuals who will share their personal recovery journeys and provide valuable tips and resources for managing autism and/or maintaining mental well-being. I also acknowledge the positive impact that men are making to change the world of disabilities, m ...
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Call Your Sister is a podcast for related and unrelated sisters or CYS everywhere co-hosted by Alexandra Hodge and Astrid Ferguson. Every week, Alex and Astrid call each other to discuss the complexities of motherhood, sisterhood, identity struggles, dating as a single mother, sex and much more. We’re real Latinx sisters who are fiercely opinionated, and not afraid to realtalk each other about everything from (men)strual cycles and body shaming to the Platanos versus Yuccas debates and curre ...
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I understand the challenges of societal norms pressuring neurodivergent children to conform to traditional friendship standards. It's important to embrace a more inclusive understanding that values each child's unique needs and preferences. In this episode, I share insights on how we can help neurodivergent children identify their social styles and…
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Welcome to another episode of The Autism ADHD Podcast! Today, we're diving deep into the concept of brain shame. Dr. Catherine Mutti-Driscoll, Autistic/ADHD, shares her personal journey and insights on how brain shame affects neurodivergent kids and teens. We discuss how executive function challenges can lead to feelings of inadequacy and shame, es…
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It's an honor to interview Pete Wright. Pete has been practicing law in the area of special education since 1978, and he and his wife are the founders of Wrightslaw. In today's episode, Pete and I chat about his own personal story and why he became involved in special education law. He also answers 9 frequently asked questions about education right…
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Check out this classic episode, in which Kim Holtmann and I chat about what helpful information neurotypical kids would like to share with their teachers. We cover so much goodness in this episode, including communication, learning, and behavior! ❤️ Holly Blanc Moses - The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPISTS - Click here to get on the…
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We are so very proud to release part 2 with Koda, an independant support worker with a wealth of knowledge and experience in all things queer, trans, autism and gender. We had sooooo many questions. Please come join us on our socials where we are very much present. We very much want you to share your stories and opinions. Join our public and privat…
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Holly Moses and Kirk Martin discuss parenting strategies for neurodivergent children, emphasizing the importance of recognizing and accepting individuality. They highlight the need to challenge societal stigmas and foster self-acceptance and self-advocacy in children. They also discuss anxiety and emotional resilience, normalizing these emotions an…
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Feeding and GI challenges are not only more likely to occur in autistic children but also can negatively impact behavior. We are covering identifying these medical needs and treatment considerations. Whether you are a parent, therapist or educator, you'll get so much value from this episode:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THE…
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We are so very proud to release part 1 of a 2 part episode with Koda, an independant support worker with a wealth of knowledge and experience in all things queer, trans, autism and gender. We had sooooo many questions. Here is what was covered during just this episode - What are pronouns and who cares. Do only gay people have pronouns? What is Tran…
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Making decisions about medication for a child can bring up so many feelings and fears. I KNOW! In today's episode, I share our experience with our son's journey with ADHD medication and my own. Whether you are a parent, therapist or educator, you'll get so much value from this episode:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist ATTENTION THERAPIST…
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There is a question that parents and professionals often ask me - Is it on purpose or is it a difference in neurology? We often want to know the reason why children behave the way they do because it helps us know how to respond. Join Elaine Taylor-Klaus and I as we talk about the answer to the BIG BEHAVIOR question when it comes to neurodivergent k…
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Rebroadcast Amanda Diekman, autistic parenting coach, joins us today to talk about low demand parenting. We cover so much in this important episode such as - *Identifying hard and harder *Autistic burnout *Building trust and connection *Low demand versus no demand *Being a safe parent and educator *Preparing children for the future *Mental health a…
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On this episode we welcome Jason Crabtree from Bubble Support, a disability services and support organisation. Disability support coordinators play a vital role in improving the lives of individuals with disabilities. They assess needs, develop personalized support plans, coordinate services, monitor progress, advocate for participants, and link th…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Audrey and I are chatting about neurodivergent students and higher education. We are covering information on transitions, considerations when choosing a college, supports and MORE! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Neurodivergent Therapist CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Dr. Julia Schechter and I are chatting about ADHD in girls and women. As a woman with ADHD, I know how important it is to understand that signficant impact of ADHD on everyday life. We are covering the information you need to know such as - The differences between girls & boys with ADHD Identifying ADH…
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So you had a big night and you have woken up exhausted. On this episode we explore the challenges of how to take care of yourself after a big night out. Attending big parties can be challenging for autistic individuals due to sensory overload and social demands. We offer some useful coping strategies that will help you deal with those next day blue…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Kelley Coleman and I are chatting about her new book - Everything No One Tells You About Parenting a Disabled Child. We are covering SO much goodness. Some of the topics we are covering are - Parenting versus caregiving Resources Inclusivity Ableism Visible and non-visible disabilities Acceptance Finan…
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Did I ghost you? yes but I am sorry. As a sorry for my disappearing act let me provide with updates to some topics we discussed last year: Ukraine vs Russia War by the way is still happening listen to original episode here: https://www.buzzsprout.com/1253186/12491446 Donald Trump our favorite Cheeto. listen to original episode here: https://www.buz…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Dr. Casey Ehrlich and I are chatting about Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), neurodivergent kids and parenting. Specifically, we are covering physiological reactions, parenting stress, misconceptions, creating boundaries and parenting peace. Don't miss this episode! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Wh…
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There is a reason we called the podcast Late To The Party. On this episode we explore the challenges of preparing yourself for an upcoming event. We provide some useful tips on how to get yourself ready for what can be an overwhelming experience. As usual we have an Autistic Moment, Listener Feedback and Neurodivergent Digest. Please come join us o…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, I'm talking about a BIG topic - internalized ableism. It's time to have open conversations about the negative impact it has on the mental health of neurodivergent children. Don't miss this episode! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guid…
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Thanks for joining me today:) In this episode, Chelsea Luker (Autistic/ADHDer/Psychologist) and I talk about finding your flock, self-awareness, sensory needs, and social connection. Don't miss this episode! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn mo…
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Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, I break down information on functional behavior assessments (FBA). You'll hear about why conducting these assessments is important, what information to include and what to expect:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide,…
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Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, Julia and I talk about sensory differences in neurodivergent kids and how we can help support them in the classroom and in the community:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It CLICK HERE for Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social Success Guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's privat…
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Welcome to episode 42 Party Poopers. Welcome to our podcast where we discuss the misconceptions surrounding autistic adults. Autism is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder that affects communication, social interaction, and behavior. Unfortunately, there are many myths and stereotypes surrounding autism that can lead to misunderstandings and discr…
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Thanks for joining me today! In this episode, I identify 14 must-know areas of self-advocacy, provide examples and strategies on how to teach them. Why is this important? Lots of reasons. Self-advocacy can not only help support a child's needs but also their mental health and independence. You're going to LOVE this episode. ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psycho…
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Join Amanda Morin and I as we chat about self-regulation, co-regulation and all the things in between! You're going to LOVE this episode. ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social skills guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in North Carolina Learn more about Holly's speaking …
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Join Brendan Mahan and I as we chat about how each time failure occurs emotions can build. Shame, guilt and disappointment can lead to more and more bricks in each child's walls. The Wall of Awful is the emotional barrier that prevents neurodivergent kids from initiating tasks and taking the risks necessary to reach their goals. We talk in detail a…
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Welcome to season 3 of Late To The Party. What a year it was. Thank you to all our listeners for their ongoing support and a big thank you to all our Party Poopers on the private group for their continued contributions. Everyone is welcome to join us at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1168470233702726 On this episode we talk about what to do if som…
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Join Liz McDonough and I as we chat about how drama therapy can be effective for neurodivergent childrens and teens. In this episode, we are covering so much goodness including- ✅ Supporting communication ✅ Reducing anxiety ✅ Boosting confidence ✅ Building creativity and interests, and ✅ Supporting social interaction ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist …
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Join Amanda Morin and I as we chat about punishment vs. discipline. In this episode, we are covering so much goodness such as - ✅ The power of words ✅ Self-awareness ✅ Teaching skills ✅ Emotional regulation, and ✅ Figuring out the why and MORE! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social skills guide, Behavior Guid…
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Rebroadcast - Join Seth Perler and I as we chat about executive functioning! BEFORE YOU LISTEN TO THIS EPISODE, MAKE SURE TO CATCH THE LAST EPISODE - PART ONE. Today, Seth Perler, Neurodivergent Executive Funtioning Expert, and I are covering so much goodness such as - ✅ Executive functions Starting a task Completing a task Turning in work Emotiona…
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Bianca and Dan proudly present their unforgettable Autistic Family Spectacular. How our dear listeners choose to interpret the word unforgettable is up to them. This is not our usual format and dare we hazard to say the professionalism this episode is as on-point as getting your husband to wrap the presents. So join us and strap in, get your drink …
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Rebroadcast - Join Seth Perler and I as we chat about executive functioning! In part one, we cover- ✅ The impact of executive functioning on mental health ✅ Our own "stories", and ✅ Demystifying executive functioning ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social skills guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more abou…
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THANK YOU for joining us today for this important episode! Dr. Alice Nicholls, Autistic Psychologist, talks with me about autistic burnout and the signficant impact it has an the lives of children and teens. We are covering - ➡️ Reasons burnout can occur, ➡️ Identifying burnout, ➡️ Prevention, ➡️ And how we can support autistic children and teens! …
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We often tell kids to self-advocate but they don't and it leaves us wondering, WHY? In today's episode, I talk about - ➡️ The top 3 reasons why autistic children and children with ADHD don't self-advocate, ➡️ What we can do to help, ➡️ And why teaching this skill is so important (hint: it has to do with abuse). ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Ge…
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Don't miss this episode! Join Shane Thrapp, Neurodivergent Coach, and I as we chat about why parenting neurodivergent kids can be really tough for dads - One big reason is fear for the future. Shane also shares his past with us and how it's shaped his parenting! ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social skills gu…
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On this episode Bianca and Dan talk all things teenager. Specifically, how different is the teenage experience for autistic people. With depression, anxiety and eating disorders being so prevalent for autistic teens, it is not a stretch to say that this period of your life can be the pits. Bianca and Dan also talk to some actual teens and compare t…
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Have you packed your toothbrush? Never fear, Bianca and Dan take you on a journey of discovery as they discuss what it is like being autistic and going on holiday. To help us we invited special attaché party pooper Sonja as she regales us with her recent holiday with an all-neurodivergent cast of characters, Bianca and Dan provide you with some exc…
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Don't miss this episode! Join Brian King and I - two neurodivergent therapists as we dive into - ➡️ How masking develops ➡️ The dangers of masking ➡️ How to help a neurodivergent child or teen feel safe ➡️ Anxiety and depression in neurodivergent children, and ➡️ Our own vulnerable stories. ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Holly's ONE STO…
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Bianca and Dan talk about the upcoming holidays, what we enjoy and what we struggle with. Most importantly they provide some excellent coping strategies (well some are pretty weird) to help you get through the silly season. Dan also shares some of his favourite Christmas themed music. See below for the playlist. They also review an excellent slides…
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Don't miss this episode! Join Dr. Boucher and I as we talk about how to work with your child's pediatrician:) ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Holly's ONE STOP RESOURCE - Social skills guide, Behavior Guide, and MORE! Learn more about Holly's private practice in NC Learn more about Holly's courses Check out Dr. Boucher's workshop on strat…
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Don't miss this episode! Join Dr. Norinne Russell joins us to chat about 6 Tips for Successful Co-Parenting. ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn more about Holly's private practice in NC Learn more about Holly's courses Learn about Dr. Norrine Russell and her offer for our listeners! Get 10% off the first three months of coaching (a va…
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Bianca and Dan have been absent for a few weeks and Chartreuse has something to say about that. Which leads us to this episode's topic. Anxiety. On a previous episode the listeners got to experience Bianca going through a tough stretch with her anxiety, and while she soldiered on it was clear the wounds were still new. But with time and perspective…
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Don't miss this episode! Join Dr. Olivardia and I as we talk about - ➡️ Co-occuring ADHD & OCD ➡️ Compulsions ➡️ Obsessions ➡️ Feeling "tormented", and ➡️ Treatment ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn more about Holly's private practice in NC Learn more about Holly's courses Email Dr. Roberto Olivardia at Roberto_olivardia@hms.harvard.…
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This episode is a game changer for autistic children and the parents, educators and therapists who support them. Jaime A. Heidel, Autistic/ADHD Author, and I discuss the traumatizing misinterpretations that occur daily between autistic children and neuroypical individuals. Jaime talks about her own experience and the experience of other autistic in…
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Dr. Robyn Silverman is joining me today to chat about how parents can educate their neurotypical kids about neurodivergent kids. These conversations are incredibly important and will hopefully lead to less assuming, more support, diverse friendships and ALOT less bullying. Dr. Robyn give us "The Truths" and the scoop on her new book! ❤️ Holly- The …
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Come with me as I dive into all things ADHD and impulsive eating! I'm covering - ➡️ The reasons behind impulsive eating ➡️ Strategies that work, and ➡️ My own journey with impulsive eating ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn more about Holly's private practice in NC Learn more about Holly's courses ⭐️ Get to Know my Child Guide Parents…
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Join Laura Kerbey and I as we chat about - ➡️ Signs of PDA ➡️ Mistaking PDA for "bad behavior" ➡️ Masking ➡️ Perfectionism ➡️ Helpful strategies that educators can start using TODAY & MORE ❤️ Holly- The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It Learn more about Holly's private practice in NC Learn more about Holly's courses Learn more about Laura ⭐️ Get to Know…
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This episode has a smell of success about it. There is an aroma of positivity and friendship in the air as we speak to perfumer Rini, a late diagnosed autistic who owns and runs Wilderness Labs, an award-winning business that sells botanical Solid Perfumes and Lotion Bars. Rini talks about her life and her late diagnosis with such clarity and posit…
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Although there are distinctions between Autism and ADHD, there are also similarities. In today's episode, I talk about the overlap between Autism and ADHD and the reasons we may see this overlap. I hope you find this episode helpful and thank you for supporting The Autism ADHD Podcast. If you feel led, please share the podcast with someone. They ma…
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