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Meet My Autistic Brain

The Autistic Woman™

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What is it like to find out late in life that you are autistic? The Autistic Woman talks about life experiences and how autistic traits affect her. You'll hear personal stories, opinions about research and the importance of autistic voices. Includes some fun stuff too! This podcast is one of the top 1% most popular shows globally as ranked by Listen Score.
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Join the Autistic Licence podcast, where two autistic therapists - Siana & Leo - share their experiences, insights, and the colourful world of intersectionality! We’re here to boost visibility for fellow autistic therapists, fuel the global neurodiversity conversation, and create a fun, engaging space together. No matter who you are, we warmly invite you to join us on this journey of discovery, connection, and growth. Subscribe and be part of the conversation today!
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Neurodiverging

Danielle Sullivan

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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 or http ...
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In this podcast, Heather will teach you what really works, and what doesn't, to successfully declutter your home - as when you're overwhelmed, ADHD or Autistic, it isn't just a case of hiring a skip and having a big sort out - it's not that easy! ​ Heather is an expert in working with families that live in chaos, and all the challenges that brings. She is Autistic and has ADHD so knows all about how neurodiversity links to clutter. As a naturally messy person herself, she can show you how to ...
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Dr. Christina Wilson decided to launch her business and podcast, Thriving Moms of Autistics, because she knows that moms of young autistic children are overwhelmed, under supported and deserve more allies. Now, well into her own journey with her autistic son, Christina has a real sense of what you’re going through. In this podcast, she helps moms like you tap into your strengths, create a supportive community and set firm boundaries. Experts and parents of autistics will also be interviewed ...
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Hi, I'm Rick Glassman, and I'm a goofy guy and a cute boy. As a kid, I had debilitating OCD. I still have a lot of “things.” The title of my podcast “Take Your Shoes Off” is a microcosm of my need for control and order in a world that... keeps their shoes on. I created this podcast to showcase a more serious side, as I have conversations with some of the funniest and most interesting people in the world. I’ve learned the language of comedy in an attempt to survive this shoes-on world, so of ...
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Autistical!

Autistical! Podcast

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Daniel and Thea (and sometimes Liam) are catastrophically neurodivergent and need to share their special interests! From media, to historical events, to weird little critters - you never know what to expect, and neither do they!
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First impressions can take only 6 seconds to make! But if you’re neurodivergent, those quick judgments about you can be misleading. That’s where the Beyond 6 Seconds podcast comes in! Join me, Carolyn Kiel, as I talk with neurodivergent entrepreneurs, creators, advocates & more about their lives and identities. Their stories shatter misconceptions, break stigma and showcase the vibrance of neurodiversity.
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Are you autistic and/or ADHD? Are you neither, but you think people are their best when they talk about things they love? Join Brianne (AuDHD) and Violet (ADHD) for some well curated infodumps. They follow their interest based nervous systems down research rabbit holes to give you the full poop on topics they love. They also invite autistic and ADHD guest buds to dump about their special interests, hyperfixations, and that thing they read about for an hour instead of checking their work emai ...
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Beyond Chronic Burnout

Carole Jean Whittington, Burnout Researcher at Whittington Well-Being

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How to get out of Burnout for Neurodivergent or Disabled Humans! Tired of the same old self-care routines? Join us as we make nourishing your passions and dreams light and easy. Say goodbye to burnout for good—let's play, have fun, and master your energy together! Welcome to "Beyond Chronic Burnout" and Whittington Well-Being. Maslach's Burnout Inventory ONLY looks at 3 areas of burnout and that doesn't serve those of us who are also Autistic, ADHD, Dyslexic, disabled and who often have co-o ...
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The SquarePeg podcast invites autistic women and nonbinary people to explore navigating a neurotypical world and share their insights, challenges and successes. I hope that these conversations will be inspiring and thought provoking, open you up to new ways of thinking about being neurodivergent, and help you feel more connected to a worldwide community of people with similar experiences.
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A space to hear neurodivergency in colour. Discussing issues that affect the neurodivergent community through shared experiences unmasking neurodivergency. Giving a platform to neurodivergent issues where neurodivergent have power and agency to pitch ideas and speak truth of societal ableism and to make a better world for disabled neurodivergent people. celebrating the umbrella of the colourful spectrum of neurodivergency. Visit www.neurorainbowproject.com and follow @neurorainbowproject on ...
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Nix (she/they) gives advice from her neuroqueer anti-capitalist perspective. Like talking to your favorite aunt...if that aunt were a tired, disabled, autistic, anarcho-communist 😘
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Neurologic is a podcast produced by autistic Leo Jones about autism, autistic advocacy & self-advocacy, issues of importance to autistics and the autistic community, and much more.
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Autism Live

Autism Network ®

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The #1 rated autism podcast worldwide. Autism Live’s mission is to provide information and inspiration to the larger autism community, that starts with individuals on the spectrum but includes everyone who loves and cares for those individuals. Host Shannon Penrod shares the Jargon of the Day, interviews with experts, community events and much more. Viewers are invited to interact live to address questions, concerns and topics of interests.
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Ask Dr. Doreen

Autism Network ®

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World renowned autism expert Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh answers viewers questions in real time. Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh is a visionary in the field of autism spectrum disorders and has spent 40+ years helping individuals and families to overcome challenges in order to lead their best lives. She is an outspoken advocate for those on the spectrum, fighting for them to have access to interventions that are compassionate, fair and meaningful. She is a licensed clinical psychologist and renowned behav ...
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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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Unpacking neurodiversity in relationships: Marriage, meltdowns, and making it all work. Join Moshe and Leah on ”Now You Know One Autistic!” as they dive deep into the world of autism, relationships, and neurodiversity. With Moshe being autistic and Leah neurotypical, they offer a unique perspective on marriage, meltdowns, and making it all work. Through candid discussions about their daily lives, they address common misconceptions surrounding autism spectrum disorder and challenge the notion ...
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welcome to a parenting space actually designed for YOU! where you can get answers about navigating a life that includes autism. I’m Dr. Tay, a licensed child psychologist specializing in autism and neuroaffirming care. I have supported 100s of autistic children and their families and have been in the autism field for over a decade. on this podcast, we focus on supporting your autistic child AND your whole family, including you! every topic is on the table, and your questions (which you can s ...
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The Journeys With PDA coffee chat podcast will be discussing and sharing all things Pathological Demand Avoidance autism profile and neurodiversity. Join Heather and Kerissa as we share our journey parenting our autistic PDA children. We will also share our experience in discovering our own neurodivergence! We will be discussing the authentic and honest reality that comes with supporting unique brains. There will be lots of laughs and even some tears.You will find connection, community and c ...
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If you are new to autism and parenting, the first series of the Quirky and Autistic Parenting podcast is just for you. It’s about ‘the shape of family’. The podcast is a funny audience–driven show for parents and autism professionals alike. Samera and Hayley, both parents to autistic children answer your fundamental questions over ten episodes. The series covers a child’s identity, autism diagnosis, family dynamics, autistic girls, parental well-being and a two-part bumper edition on educati ...
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The Winners and Losers Show with Hank Thompson features the honest, unique and hilarious perspective of a lifelong human — from the news of the week, the horrors of politics, a science story or two and the overlapping systems tying it all together, plus books, shows, movies, games and anticapitalist rants! Hank's trademark bluntness and creativity sources from his experience as a stand up comedian, an injured woodworker, a professional video editor who's worked in "progressive" media (The Yo ...
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Welcome to the Thoughty Auti Podcast - Join Thomas Henley in his conversations with inspiring individuals from across the globe // Inside the ever-evolving realm of social media, it's often expected that we focus purely on information, but with this we can overlook the human components of stories and experiences The goal? To learn; understand. To bring people together and talk about everything from controversial topics, to inspiring stories, and even engage ourselves in a dash of intellectua ...
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Autism & Neurodiversity

Jason & Debbie Grygla

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This weekly podcast is your go-to resource for real answers to parenting, working with or being neurodivergent. With the right information you will better understand neurodivergent brains, develop the skills to parent and mentor more confidently, and get better outcomes addressing neurodivergent challenges. Join Jason Grygla, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Director of TechieForLife, a specialized mentoring program for neurodivergent young adults and his wife, Debbie Grygla, Certified L ...
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Autistic Tidbits & Tangents

Kara Dymond & Maja Toudal

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Candid conversations between autistic off-hour professionals! Autistic Tidbits & Tangents is a biweekly podcast, co-hosted by Kara Dymond & Maja Toudal, centered around topics relevant to autism and the lives of autistic people. We are both autistic professionals with a passion for broadening and advancing accessibility for autistic people and understanding of autism and neurodiversity. We approach our work with the combination of our personal and professional experiences.
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Discussing mental health, self-acceptance, and all things Neurodivergent life. For resources and more www.theautistic.life Intro music: “Theme 27, Version 2” by Joe Kuta published by Jos. M. Kuta Music Publishing, BMI.
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Autism and Theology Podcast

Centre for Autism and Theology, University of Aberdeen

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The Autism and Theology Podcast is a space where we engage with the latest conversations in the field of autism and theology, share relevant resources, and promote ways in which both faith and non-faith communities can enable autistic people to flourish. Our episodes are released on the first Wednesday of every month. We have a variety of guests who are related in some way to the field of autism and theology. Some are academics, others are people with life stories to share, and some are both ...
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The Imperfects

Hugh van Cuylenburg, Ryan Shelton & Josh van Cuylenburg

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We’re all imperfect. On this podcast, founder of The Resilience Project Hugh van Cuylenburg, his good friend Ryan Shelton, and only one of their brothers, Josh van Cuylenburg, talks to a variety of interesting people who vulnerably share their own struggles and imperfections, or expertly pass on their wisdom on the subject of imperfection. Whether it’s in The Vulnerabilitea House, The Academy of Imperfection, or with our very own psychologist, Dr Emily, The Imperfects are here to find some v ...
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay provides an introduction to PDA (pathological demand avoidance, also known as persistent or pervasive drive for autonomy). In this episode, we discuss: what PDA is as a theorized profile of autism varying perspectives about PDA co-occurring conditions and their overlap with PDA support strategie…
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The focus on symptoms can make us lose sight of the strengths autistic people have like innovating, creating, designing systems, improving business, teaching and more. Find your strength(s) in this episode. Support the show Share this podcast with your friends and family so they can learn what it’s like to be autistic. -->Try Sunsama free for 30 da…
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Hi Moms! One of the many things we have in common are meltdowns. Even the mention of meltdowns likely elicits some physical or emotional response. I get it! In this episode, we come together in solidarity to explore ways to navigate meltdowns to achieve success in our autism journey. Find the full transcript for this episode at https://thrivingmoms…
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Join us for a LIVE Autistic Conversation about our autism. Every Sunday Spectrum Voices 6PM UK 1PM EST in USA Open Meeting - Harry`s Facebook Raw Authentic Autistic Unscripted Unedited. Sometimes difficult subjects but most people will be comfortable with our choices. Short Edited Version Published as podcasts Are you involved in or can recommend a…
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Leo (still) has Covid. Through this conversation we wind up exploring a drive he has to be useful, to serve. We notice how this shows up between us and reflect on how it may have developed. We also consider how it might change in the future so that it becomes less of a default and more of a mindful choice. Along the way you can expect some typical …
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Welcome to the first episode of the Autistic Writers Podcast! My name is Barbara Graver, and this is a place where I will be sharing information and resources specific to autism and writing. In this first episode I talk a bit about autism and creativity, autistic character traits and strengths and my plans for the podcast. I hope you'll check back …
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Summary In this episode, Heather Tingle interviews Maddie Alexander-Grout, an ADHD money specialist, about shopping addiction and impulsive spending. Maddie shares her personal experience of getting into £40,000 of debt and how she managed to get herself out of it. They discuss the challenges of impulse spending and provide tips on how to counterac…
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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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Welcome back to 'Communicating about Communication, Part 2'! Join Moshe and Leah as they dive even deeper into the labyrinth of human connection. In this captivating episode, they explore communication styles, dissect the concept of double empathy, and unravel the tangled web of misunderstandings between autistics and neurotypicals. Drawing from th…
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Bex Foulsham (They/She) Neurodivergent queer political campaigner, history and politics student and sailor opens up about their gender and sexuality identity and their neurodivergent conditions dyspraxia, ADHD and autism and how christian faith has helped them accept their non binary gender identity and their passion for politics Hosted on Acast. S…
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An Example of Exclusive Subscriber Content… Raw, Real, Authentic. I’m letting my one austic voice do all the talking this time. I kinda like that. AutisticAF Out Loud - One Autistic Voice. Hmm… Here’s my first thank you. My first real attempt at being live on camera. It’s an autistic thing. No mask. No cosplay. I explain after you hit the button…. …
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Content note: This episode mentions thoughts about suicide and self harm. Shayonee Dasgupta is a Mumbai-based freelance writer and editor who initially pursued a career in law, working with corporate law firms in India. She found out she's autistic and has ADHD in her 30s, prompting a transformative journey of self-discovery and learning to navigat…
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In this episode, Scottish comedian, Fern Brady joins us in the The Vulnerabilitea House. In pulling the card “how would your ambitions change if you only had one year to live?”, Fern shares a very recent story, after receiving a terrifying phone call from her doctor. Fern also discusses being diagnosed with Autism in her 30s, 20 years after telling…
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Rose Matthews is an Autism Researcher, peer reviewer, consultant, presenter, trainer, and writer from Durham in the UK. Now 64, they first realised they might be autistic at 58 - and finally ‘found the answer to a lifetime of confusion’. Their long journey to diagnosis included an extremely varied career, leaving their marriage, living apart from t…
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When I first became a parent, I was undiagnosed, burnt out and overwhelmed. Now, ten years into my parenting journey, I've evolved into a confident, creative, joyful, parent, a transformation I couldn't have imagined a decade ago. Today I'm talking about my journey, what I've learned, and how I got here. Show notes, book recs, and transcript here: …
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In this episode, Heather & Kerissa discuss the concept of autistic inertia and its impact on PDA individuals and autistic people. Autistic inertia refers to the tendency to remain at rest or keep moving in a constant direction, and it plays a significant role in transitions and task-switching. The discussion explores the frustration and discomfort …
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Following a post-14 programme model Samera and her parent co-host Celeste, an NHS transitions coordinator, outline independence skills parents should consider when their young person is moving into adulthood. From how to forge independence, travel skills, and money management to options for supported living. Celeste and Samera also compare an Occup…
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Dive into an extraordinary mother-daughter journey on the latest episode of Beyond Chronic Burnout! 📚 Join host Carole Jean Whittington as she welcomes Lori Ann LaRocco, CNBC's Senior Editor of Guests and supply chain reporter, along with her teenage daughter, Abby Wallace. Discover how a simple history trip ignited a three-year writing journey tha…
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