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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 in autism studies. Includes some fun stuff too! This podcast is one of the top 2% most popular shows globally as ranked by Listen Score.
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
Welcome to our mental health awareness podcast. If you're one of the millions of teens, adults and (entire) families being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD (hyperactive)/ADD (inattentive), Anxiety, Depression or other Neurodiverse conditions without a meaningful support group or a roadmap, jump right in with us. Our raw and unfiltered journey will help you. We'll break it down and talk about it in a real, raw and sometimes tragic perspective. We lived it. And thanks to a few key ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
This weekly podcast is your go-to resource for real answers to parenting, working with or being neurodiverse. With the right information you will better understand neurodiverse brains, develop the skills to parent or mentor more confidently, and get better outcomes addressing neurodiverse challenges. Join Jason Grygla, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Director of TechieForLife, a specialized mentoring program for neurodiverse young adults and his wife, Debbie Grygla, Certified Life Coach ...
 
Where Neurodivergent voices matter and heard. Listen to our stories of unmasking what neurodivergency really is celebrating all what is under the colourful spectrum of neurodivergency. Hosted by me Autisticly Aar with Interviews with those who have something worth hearing. Follow @Neurocastpod on , instagram, facebook and TikTok and email with any questions and ideas neurocastpod@gmail.com and subscribe where you found this podcast for more episodes and do share and tell a friend. This is an ...
 
Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/mindyourautisticbrain/subscribe Hi, I'm Carole Jean, a late identified Autistic ADHDer. Join me each Wednesday to dive deeper into what being a late identified autistic ADHD adult means and uncover what it means for you in your life. Each episode is packed full of insights and experiences on a topic that directly impacts our daily lives especially as it relates to Autistic Burnout, Self-Care, Relationships, Employment & Communication.
 
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 ...
 
Let's Raise Awareness Of Mental Health, Your Host Vicky Kidson Will Be Talking About Her Insights And Recovery And Keeping It All Giggles And Smiles. MY MISSION To Help Women With Autism Accept Themselves And Accept A Positive Change And Recovery. I Want To Create A Community Helping Women With Autism/Undiagnosed Autism To Use Their Creativity And To Develop Self Worth, Acceptance and Self Help Become an insider and support my podcast and buy me a coffee! https://glow.fm/happygoluckyatheart/ ...
 
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.
 
Autism -A Different Operating System ! When it comes to understanding autism, autistic people are the true experts of the autistic experience. Autistic Conversations is a series of interviews by an autistic "expert by experience" of autistic people and others in the autism community who share their experiences, anecdotes and advice with you.
 
You might think you know what it takes to lead a happier life… more money, a better job, or Instagram-worthy vacations. You’re dead wrong. Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos has studied the science of happiness and found that many of us do the exact opposite of what will truly make our lives better. Based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale -- the most popular class in the university’s 300-year history -- Laurie will take you through the latest scientific research and share some surpr ...
 
For years, Lauren Ober wasn’t all that jazzed about herself. She was always getting in trouble, she had weird sensory issues and her anxiety felt off the charts. Plus, socially she kind of sucked. Life for Lauren just seemed harder than it should have been at 42. And then, in the middle of a global pandemic, she found out why — she was autistic. The Loudest Girl in the World is a new podcast that tells the story of Lauren’s journey to understand what the hell it means to be on the autism spe ...
 
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 ...
 
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A podcast for highly-sensitive and neurodivergent healers, artists, visionaries and sacred rebels. Join Magical Empowerment coach and guide Stephanie Elizabeth Briggs for open and honest conversations on magic, creativity, healing, and living with integrity in this enchanted Earth realm. ✴︎ www.soultolifepodcast.com
 
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Angela Lauria is a CEO and author from Washington DC, USA. Now 49, she was diagnosed autistic 10 years ago, and initially underwent a form of the controversial ABA therapy in an effort to ‘fix’ the things about her that she had always felt were wrong. One burnout, some autism-positive therapy and ten years of processing later, she was able to fully…
 
Description : The emotional impact of a child’s autism diagnosis can affect parents in many ways. Samera and Hayley discuss post diagnostic support and share listeners’ correspondence on the matter. They outline the social model of disability and Hayley reads a personal powerful letter to her pre diagnosis self, Hayley of 2015. ‘Ask a question and …
 
Making mistakes is a given when raising a young autistic child. You have the power to learn from those mistakes. In this episode, I’ll share what drives my success in raising my young autistic. Find the full transcript at thrivingmomsofautistics.com/4 We will explore a bonus mindset quiz in this episode! What is in Your Control as a Mom of an Autis…
 
Matilda Barrowman She/Her Neurodivergent Advocate. She opens in anextended interview sharing her experiences of ableism, her diagnoses experiences with mental health and educating me on her experience of being both autistic and cerebral palsic, hyperlexia and PDA. experiences with school, representation of disability in media, ableism and bbeing an…
 
Christine M. Condo was diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder in 2015 at the age of 42. Her diagnosis spawned a writing and advocacy career to increase awareness and acceptance of autism, particularly in women. Condo’s writing focuses on dismantling common misconceptions about autism and supporting the burgeoning neurodiversity movement. Show note…
 
Chelsea Wolfe is a BMX freestyle rider and the first trans athlete to represent Team USA at the Olympics. She talks with Lauren about getting diagnosed with autism as a transgender woman, how autism helped her become a world-class athlete, and why autistic friends are the best kind of friends. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
How does the historical and present-day trauma of Native Autistic kids impact their experience of our therapy? And how does the linear worldview of non-Native therapists create a gap between us and our Native clients? In this episode, Jules Edwards, who is Anishinaabe and Autistic, talks about culturally responsive therapy for supporting Native Aut…
 
This interview has been repurposed from use on The Chris Duffley Show on Unlimited Hope Radio into a podcast episode interview. In this episode, it’s all about Eight Days of Hope XVIII with Steve Tybor, Co-Founder and President! We discuss how it all started 17 years ago in December of 2005 thanks to Hurricane Katrina hitting the Gulf Coast in Miss…
 
If you want the autistic and neurodivergent child, teen, or young adult you parent or work with not to fail, meaning you want them to succeed with their goals, you'll want to teach and model HOW to fail. The right way to fail. The useful way to fail. How to use fails to succeed. Failing and then shutting down and giving up is a common issue for man…
 
Hawai’i’s Mauna Loa Volcanic Eruption Sparing Homes For Now Hawai’i’s famed Mauna Loa volcano began to erupt this past weekend, after weeks of increasing small earthquakes. So far the flow of lava is posing no risk to homes in nearby Hilo, though that could change rapidly. But in the meantime, an important climate research lab is without power and …
 
Consider Empathy For The Yeti Crab (And Other Sea Creatures, Too) It’s easy to empathize with certain animals: soft fur, big eyes, and family units make it simple to relate to creatures like panda bears, cats, and dogs. Even some undersea critters like dolphins and whales have large fan bases among land-dwelling humans. But the ocean is filled with…
 
If you open any social media app, you're likely to eventually come across videos of people discussing trauma. The hashtag TraumaTok has billions of views... So how did trauma take over the internet? And what effect is it having on our mental health? Technology Reporter Ariel Bogle investigates. GuestsGrace ChenPsychology studentDr Alix WoolardResea…
 
As a host of Happy-Go-Lucky At Heart, I'm constantly seeking awareness in mental health. Thanks to my insights into my speech and language difficulties, I want more understanding. In this Week's Episode, I've joined UN Women UK's campaign #16daysofactivism as violence against women and girls needs to end! Today, I will be talking about rape culture…
 
We like to keep our descriptions short so we can spend the time it would have taken to write them, instead, on not writing them. Watch this episode on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/YHEVPmuGNag Watch Ari's INCREDIBLE stand up comedy special Ari Shaffir - JEW (2022) FULL SPECIAL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y2YtIBYM4w0 Support TYSO by supporting…
 
Gender roles ever catch you by surprise? Comedian Emma Willmann (Inside the Closet) offers her firsthand advice to a lesbian listener turned off by her girlfriend's masculinity. Then, Cristen answers a childfree stepmom feeling pressured to play homemaker for the holidays. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Pip Brown, the artist known as Ladyhawke, is an award-winning singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She also wrote all the original music for this podcast. Pip and Lauren talk about growing up odd, making sense of Asperger’s and crises in mental health, and that one time with all the vomit on the tram. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
Money can buy you happiness - but not in the way we think. Giving money away - especially to help others - has been shown make us happier than spending on ourselves. Social psychologist Lara Aknin explains the best ways to spend on loved ones, friends and even total strangers to get the biggest happiness bang for your buck. And Harvard's s Josh Gre…
 
Alysson Muotri discusses modeling Pitt-Hopkins syndrome (PTHS) using stem cells and brain organoids. He shares how rescuing TCF4 expression with CRISPR-mediated epigenetic induction of AAV vector delivery provides a gateway for targeted therapeutics for PTHS and related conditions. Series: "Stem Cell Channel" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show I…
 
Dr. Lola Day is a multi-passionate busy mother of 3, a pediatric cardiologist, podcaster and ADHD trained life coach and productivity strategist for women. She is also the CEO and Founder of LollieTasking, a coaching and consulting firm that teaches high achieving, easily distracted professional women how to accomplish their goals without overwhelm…
 
A recent cohort study claims to have found a cause of autism. Many stand to benefit from this research. Will it help autistics? Support the show Twitter: @anautisticwoman Email: info@theautisticwoman.com Website: theautisticwoman.com Linktree: https://linktr.ee/theautisticwoman PayPal: info@theautisticwoman.com This is a great autism resource - now…
 
Déa Neile-Hopton is a basketmaker and artist. She is of mixed Jamaican and English heritage and grew up in the 1970s and 80s in York, England. Now 47, she lives in Whitland in Wales, with her partner and three neurodivergent children. She is self diagnosed autistic and was diagnosed ADHD in 2021. She has a passion for arts and crafts, and for teach…
 
Building The World’s Largest Animal Crossing Outside of LA There’s a spot on Highway 101 in Agoura Hills, it’s pretty inconspicuous. There’s brown and green rolling hills on either side of the highway. Homes are sprinkled here and there. And then a small metal gate that leads off on a hiking trail. You probably wouldn’t know it, but soon this spot …
 
From Tiny Krill To Concrete Jungles: 2022’s Best Science Books For Kids The holidays are right around the corner, which means for those who give gifts in December, now is the time to start putting together that shopping list. If you have a young person in your life who loves science, why not expand their library and get a book or two? Joining Ira t…
 
Staying curious may be one of the essential ingredients to empathy and our ability to connect with the young people we parent and mentor. One of the goals of NDM or Neuro-developmental Mentoring,™️ the approach we developed and teach, is to shift our focus from trying to fix a problem to a focus on mentoring development. To be an effective mentor y…
 
When you get nervous, can you feel it in your stomach? The gut-brain connection is something many of us have experienced but probably not given much thought to. Research into this connection has led to the rise of a seemingly unexpected treatment for IBS: hypnotherapy. Producer Danni Stewart investigates how Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be treated.…
 
Epilepsy is a frequent co-morbidity in those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Maria Augusta Montenegro, M.D., Ph.D., discusses how cognitive abilities, motor deficit, and other associated symptoms can be factors, how epilepsy can be diagnosed, and recommended treatment options. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Healt…
 
What is gene therapy and how does it relate to autism? Alysson Muotri, Ph.D., contextualizes the autism spectrum, defines gene therapy, shares how human stem cells can contribute to research, and lays out how gene therapy could be used in the future. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Science] [Show …
 
Moms of autistics are quite the advocates. When it comes to advocating for their children, they are like the Energizer Bunny. They keep going! This is great but even the Energizer Bunny runs out of juice at some point. In this episode, I’ll share the importance of recharging your battery and a bonus tip to do just that. Find the full transcript at …
 
Diversity is a hallmark in autism yet autism research does not capture the full heterogeneity of individuals on the spectrum. Constance Smith-Hicks, M.D., Ph.D., Bradley Schlaggar, Ph.D., Ebony Holliday, Ph.D., and Omar Shanta discuss the current state of diversity research in autism and the roadblocks to include individuals of diverse backgrounds …
 
In this interview I, Autisticly Aar chat to Lydia Wilkins first time author and journalist about her debut cookbook The Autism Friendly Cookbook. This interview focuses on the what you can find in the book if you choose to buy it link is provided directing to the publisher's e-store. You hear about Lydia's time at school, encounters with ableism an…
 
On this episode we go back to our roots with a classic tête-à-tête loosely based around well-known autistic people and those we think could be. We delve back to some old tv shows and movies, none of which seem to be shared by Bianca and Dan. We also prepare for a speech that we both will be making at a party and Dan really needs to provide context …
 
Kelly McCartney is a music journalist from Rhode Island, USA. She is 52 and self-diagnosed as autistic in April of 2022. She has turned a life-long special interest in music into an incredibly varied, 30-year career in almost every area of the music industry, including interning at Entertainment Tonight, working as personal assistant to various wel…
 
The Science Behind Your Favorite Thanksgiving Dishes Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and for many people, that means it’s time to start thinking about what will be on the menu for dinner that night. Many people will opt for a classic turkey: others, a vegetarian-focused meal. Regardless of the plan, preparing food for the holiday can take …
 
In individuals with Down syndrome, there is an aging-like phenotype known as senescence. Hiruy Meharena, Ph.D., UC San Diego, discusses how this impacts neurodevelopment. Series: "Autism Tree Project Annual Neuroscience Conference" [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 38388]By UCTV: UC San Diego
 
There Are Now Eight Billion People On Earth. What’s Next? Humankind just hit a big milestone this week: a world population of eight billion people. A hundred years ago, there were less than two billion, and now we’ve more than quadrupled that. But after decades of quick population growth, what will the next few decades hold? Sophie Bushwick, techno…
 
Today, I’m sharing a preview of a new podcast I’m enjoying and think you will, too. On Come As You Are, educator and bestselling author Dr. Emily Nagoski answers questions about sex with the latest science. You’ll get a modern guide to sexual wellbeing, backed by groundbreaking research about desire, anatomy, orgasm and much more. In conversation w…
 
“Basically they’re slowly being poisoned with a corrosive agent.” It is difficult to hear about what happens to children who are trapped by the so-called bleach cult, a multi-level marketing scheme that has spread across the continents, promising “cures” for everything from broken bones and cancer to Covid-19 and autism. The 4 leaders of a major MM…
 
Most of us don’t even need to be on social media. So why does it feel like it’s our job? In this episode I talk with journalist Brennan Doherty about how we’ve both left Twitter and the impact it’s had on us. We also discuss the shifting landscape of social media platforms, disinformation and the strange relationship between the Twitter platform an…
 
Can you reset your biological clock? The body’s circadian rhythm keeps you on track and disturbances to this rhythm cause physical and mental problems. This might sound familiar to autistics. Support the show Twitter: @anautisticwoman Email: info@theautisticwoman.com Website: theautisticwoman.com Linktree: https://linktr.ee/theautisticwoman PayPal:…
 
Why are Iranian women burning hijabs and leading revolutionary protests? Dr. Claudia Yaghoobi contextualizes their rage over the death of a 22-year-old Kurdish woman named Jîna Mahsa Amini. Then, graphic designer Ghazal Foroutan shares how the revolution has turned art into activism and why Gen Z women are fearlessly fronting this fight. Learn more…
 
Understanding autism has changed over time from the internal neuroscience definition to the external early development definition, and all points in between. Labelling a child is a personal parental choice, Samera and Hayley discuss the advantages and disadvantages. The diagnosis process, from who is responsible, to the diagnostic tools used and wh…
 
Kristina House I had such an inspiring conversation with Kristina House, who’s co-founded Passages, an experimental hybrid learning space for neurodivergent students and other students, in Toronto! Listen to the podcast on the audio link below. Also available on Spotify, Stitcher or iTunes. Read the transcript (available soon) below audio link. htt…
 
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