Best neurodiversity podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Autism Loves! Your Field Guide to the Neurodiverse Relationship
 
Your favorite autistic nerdgirl combines the latest scientific research with practical advice on how to thrive with your neurodiverse partner.
 
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Exploring Different Brains
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EXPLORING DIFFERENT BRAINS is a weekly interview show hosted by neurodiversity advocate Harold "Hackie" Reitman, MD., and presented by DifferentBrains.com. Join us as we speak with some of the most interesting people involved in autism, Asperger's, dyslexia, ADHD, OCD, down syndrome, and any condition that can be considered "neurodiverse." From doctors to judges, teachers to caregivers, scientists to advocates, parents to kids, neurodiverse to neurotypical, we want to tell any story that can ...
 
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In this episode, Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS and Katherine Cody, Psy.D. discuss navigating neurodiverse working relationships. The two discuss their own working relationship, explore common employment challenges for people on the autism spectrum, and highlight the benefits to businesses and individuals when neurodiversity is present in the workplace. ...…
 
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Ever Better Podcast | Inspiring Stories | Motivating | Transition with Grace | Fulfillment | Wisdom
 
I asked five highly productive people the following question: "Do you have a trick for getting started on a project that you would really like to put off?" Here's a summary of the answers that I got from Deb Williams, Tim Berthold, Meg Daly, Maggie Huffman, and Dan Horowitz. Listen to the podcast for more insights! And in other Ever Better news ...…
 
Tim Goldstein is a neurodiversity communication specialist. His Aspergers diagnosis answered a lot of questions and changed his life's work. Now, he spends his time advising Human Resource departments, talent professionals and managers who are trying to incorporate 'Aspies' (as they self-identify) into the workforce.Tim says that he's 'on the s ...…
 
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That's What She Said - Galileo Church
 
We remembered our missional priorities with varied voices saying what they mean: 1. We do justice for LGBTQ+ people. 2. We do kindness for people with mental illness or in emotional distress, and we celebrate neurodiversity. 3. We do beauty for our God-Who-Is-Beautiful. 4. We do real relationship, no bullshit, ever. Our usual preacher wasn’t su ...…
 
Robert Austin, a professor at Ivey Business School, and Gary Pisano, a professor at Harvard Business School, talk about the growing number of pioneering firms that are actively identifying and hiring more employees with autism spectrum disorder and other forms of neurodiversity. Global companies such as SAP and Hewlett Packard Enterprise are cu ...…
 
Robert Austin, a professor at Ivey Business School, and Gary Pisano, a professor at Harvard Business School, talk about the growing number of pioneering firms that are actively identifying and hiring more employees with autism spectrum disorder and other forms of neurodiversity. Global companies such as SAP and Hewlett Packard Enterprise are cu ...…
 
Robert Austin, a professor at Ivey Business School, and Gary Pisano, a professor at Harvard Business School, talk about the growing number of pioneering firms that are actively identifying and hiring more employees with autism spectrum disorder and other forms of neurodiversity. Global companies such as SAP and Hewlett Packard Enterprise are cu ...…
 
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The Rock N Roll Archaeology Project
 
The RNRAP is proud to present a mini-series of shows 'Deadicated' to discussing Amazon Studios 'Long Strange Trip: The Untold Story of the Grateful Dead' documentary. Over the next six weeks we will be recapping each Act with guest host Tim Lynch of KPFA's 'Dead to the World' radio program. Tim will be joined by Christian & Peter as well as ver ...…
 
Autism, biological and internal experiences. After recording part one and two in our series on neurodiversity I still had so many questions! After recording part one and two in our series on neurodiversity I still had so many questions! I wanted to know what was like to have autism. What does it feel like to have these heightened sensory experi ...…
 
In this episode, Hackie Reitman, MD. speaks with Jessica Thom. Jess was diagnosed with Tourette’s syndrome at the age of 20, and is the co-founder of Touretteshero, as well as an artist, playworker, fundraiser. She defines what Tourette’s is, highlights some of the personal challenges it presents her, discusses its relationship to neurodiversit ...…
 
We are wrapping up our series on understanding giftedness and what it all means! This inspiring talk continues our quest into the evolution of our culture and society’s idea of neurodiverse learners! Join us as Marc Smolowitz, award winning director, dives in and gives his unique perspective on this theme. He shares all about his newest project ...…
 
Chris Neely earned his Bachelor's and Master's degrees from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Chris’ research focused on Autism and the family. Chris currently provides office-based, nature-based, and in-home psychotherapeutic services for individuals, families, couples, and groups affected by Autism and ADHD. Chris co-owns Halcy ...…
 
In this episode, hosts Katherine Cody, Psy.D. and Becca Lory, CAS, BCCS speak with Alycia Halladay. Ph.D.. Alycia Halladay has been involved in autism research for the past 14 years, starting her career working with one of the first NIEHS and EPA funded Children’s Centers for Environmental Health (CCEH). In September of 2014, Alycia became the ...…
 
Chris speaks of old men looking for planets that don’t exist (like the planet, Vulcan). Then, we talk about neurodiversity potentially having an unexpected genetic basis. Maybe your neuronal mutations will decide for you that you want to listen to this week’s podcast! Join us and pick up a few cool metal bands to listen to along the way. The hu ...…
 
Chris speaks of old men looking for planets that don’t exist (like the planet, Vulcan). Then, we talk about neurodiversity potentially having an unexpected genetic basis. Maybe your neuronal mutations will decide for you that you want to listen to this week’s podcast! Join us and pick up a few cool metal bands to listen to along the way. The hu ...…
 
Paleontologists think they've solved part of the mystery of the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry, a dense bed of Jurassic dinosaur fossils. Also, electron microscope images reveal new, mucus-drenched info about the tubelip wrasse.Hosted by: Hank Green----------Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow------ ...…
 
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On the Mic Stand Up Comedy
 
Meet Paul Wady, Guerilla Aspie-in-chief. Paul describes his show as “comedy, neurodiverse self-advocacy and a subversive autistic perspective on the neurotypical world.” He tries to “create an 'autistic space' in each and every show, so that other Aspies feel free to be out autistic.”‘Guerilla Aspies’ is appearing as part of Edinburgh’s Free Fe ...…
 
Neurodiversity, Autism Spectrum Disorder and why Early Intervention is getting overlooked. Chances are either you have someone in your family or social circle that has been diagnosed with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). 1 in 68 kids have Autism according to the CDC and even with plenty of kids being diagnosed, we still don't know a whole lot ab ...…
 
In this special episode of Exploring Different Brains, Hackie Reitman, M.D. presents five previous guests discussing breaking down barriers in providing quality health care for those of us with different brains. Guests include Dr. Steve Perlman, (co-founder of the AADMD and the man behind the health care services offered through the Special Oly ...…
 
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The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
 
What can we say about Alan Meckler? The man has a way of seeing things that regular people won't see for the next ten years, and he's done it again and again and again. A wonderful example of neurodiversity, he was diagnosed with Dyslexia at a very early age, and used, of all things, his love of baseball to help him beat it. Alan M. Meckler, Ph ...…
 
Cameron Herold wasn’t the smartest kid in school. In fact, if he would have allowed his C-average in school determine his fate, he would not have achieved the level of success he has so far. From his earliest days, Cameron was destined to become an entrepreneur. He built and led several businesses — many you may have heard of, including College ...…
 
Alethea Vasilas Bio: incorporates her background in dance, somatic therapeutic exploration, cultural anthropology, and organic farming into the cultivation of vegetables and new relational kinesthetic possibilities that come about at the interface of agriculture and neurodiversity. She holds a B.A. in Africana Studies from Brown University, an ...…
 
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Episode 1 :: Sh!t Theatre
 
Jen Harvie talks with performance maker and artist Scottee whose work consistently addresses the experiences of being an outsider – affected by class, race, and/or sexuality. We discuss his move from London to the Essex seaside, mental health, neurodiversity, hospitality, and class, and how all these things relate to his performance, especially ...…
 
I had so much fun interviewing my friend Jade for this episode! We hung out on their bed and talked about DIY culture, making zines, being a writer and what it means to us to queer intimacy and relationships. I love their workshops and zines and am super excited to share their insights with you <3 Enjoy!Jade Mars is a writer, musician, workshop ...…
 
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Autistic Flappy Hour Podcast
 
Autistic Flappy Hour's fifth episode is all about autistic identity. We recorded it at Autscape in August 2016, so it's a very long time coming indeed, but, well, life happened a lot. Our guest hosts were Megan and John-James for this episode, which also features Laurine and Nat. Behind the scenes, Fergus worked extremely hard to edit and trans ...…
 
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Your Life, Unlimited
 
I was fortunate enough to have three healthy children. We rarely made a trip to the hospital, they did well in school and were relatively trouble-free. Not every family breezes through child raising as lucky as we were. Childhood illnesses, behaviour challenges and learning struggles all add to the already all consuming job of parenting. Today ...…
 
In this episode, Hackie Reitman, M.D. continues his conversation with Dr. Gail Saltz. She is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill-Cornell Medical College and a psychoanalyst with the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, a columnist, bestselling author, podcast host and television commentator and ...…
 
Stace’ Katzman, MS is Psychotherapist/Homeopath who has been treating Neuro-Diverse children with special and unique needs (ADD/ADHD) for more than 25 years. She accepts each child for who they are, without judgment, allowing them to feel comfortable to “open up” to help them get better. Her work in psychiatric hospitals as a children’s counsel ...…
 
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Exploring Unschooling
 
Emma Marie Forde is unschooling mom to two girls, Lily and Rosa. She’s also the founder of the website, rethinkingparenting.co.uk. Before having children, Emma was a clinical psychologist, a career that informed her choice to stay home with her own children and which eventually led her and her husband John to choose unschooling for their family ...…
 
In this episode, Hackie Reitman, M.D. speaks with Dr. Gail Saltz. She is a Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the New York Presbyterian Hospital Weill-Cornell Medical College and a psychoanalyst with the New York Psychoanalytic Institute, a columnist, bestselling author, podcast host and television commentator and one of the nation’s ...…
 
What's it like to start a tech company where 75 percent of the workforce is on the autism spectrum? Rajesh Anandan walks us through how neurodiversity is a competitive advantage in business.Follow us everywhere @ TheWebbyAwardsand keep up with David-Michel @ dmdlikesSpecial thanks to Zach DaviesProducer: Ben WagnerEditorial Supervisor: Nicole F ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Hackie Reitman sits down again with Stacey Hoaglund. She is the editor of The Autism Notebook Magazine, a Family Support Specialist for Family Network on Disabilities, the CEO of Disability Training and Support Specialists, project coordinator for Partners in Policy-making, author of “Go for the Goal: A Parent’s Guide to Cr ...…
 
In this episode, Hackie Reitman, M.D. speaks with Dr. Michael Alessandri, the Executive Director of the University of Miami-Nova Southeastern University Center for Autism and Related Disabilities (UM-NSU CARD), and chairman of the upcoming Autism Innovations & Global Impact Conference hosted by Els for Autism. Dr. Alessandri discusses the life- ...…
 
Welcome back to another episode of Chasing Geek with Knight of Oa (Matt) and Pint Size Ginger (Selina). This week our main discussion is about crowdfunding, primarily Kickstarter and how it is shaping the gaming industry. We also talk about how different campaigns can fail from either not meeting a goal, not delivering what they promised, or th ...…
 
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Timeline Of The Headlines
 
Autism rates are rising rapidly. 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with autism, compared to 1 in 125 in 2004. Each year, these kids are aging out of government programs when they reach adulthood - but what happens next? An overwhelming number of people with autism say they want to work yet unemployment rates remain at over 80% for people on the sp ...…
 
Show no 11 is a belter! We grapple with complex subjects which will get you thinking or even shouting at your podcast player. Phil is concerned about the increase of #non-disabled people talking on behalf of #disabled people and should people share if they have an #impairment in these circumstances? That should be enough but no, we then dive he ...…
 
In this episode, Hackie Reitman, M.D. speaks with Dr. Phillip DeMio, chief operating officer of the US Autism & Asperger Association (USAAA) and the founder of the American Medical Autism Board (AMAB). Both he and Dr. Reitman will be presenting at the USAAA’s upcoming 12th annual World Conference and Expo, alongside Temple Grandin, previous gue ...…
 
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All The Wonders: The Children's Book Podcast
 
Elana K. Arnold (@ElanaKArnold) and Charles Santoso (@minitreehouse), author and illustrator, respectively, of A Boy Called Bat, stop by the podcast to talk about respecting the people whose lives you borrow from, feeling like autism is always in the foreground when talking about neurodiversity, and creating a book with a whole lot of heart.…
 
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"Living Fearlessly " with Lisa McDonald
 
Please join me this Friday at 8am Pacific on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald on The Contact Talk radio Network as I will joined by the amazing, Garret John LoPorto! Garret is an American activist, author, entrepreneur, and inventor. In 2010 Garret recorded and released a speech (later becoming a viral YouTube video, reaching over 6 million ...…
 
 
In the first installment of a two part interview, Hackie Reitman, M.D. speaks with Bankole A. Johnson, DSc, MD, MBChB, MPhil, FRCPsych, DFAPA, Dip-ABAM, Dip-ABDA, FACFEI, who heads the Brain Science Research Consortium Unit (BSRCU) at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, and is one of the world’s leading authorities on the subject of ...…
 
“I think Stephen Borgman should do a show focusing on a few of the common co-morbid conditions. This being said does anybody want to share their related diagnoses?” –Thrive with Aspergers/Autism Community Member So Why Should We Talk About Autism and Mental Health? 1. Mental Health Conditions Are Common On The Autism Spectrum This member is not ...…
 
“I think Stephen Borgman should do a show focusing on a few of the common co-morbid conditions. This being said does anybody want to share their related diagnoses?” –Thrive with Aspergers/Autism Community Member So Why Should We Talk About Autism and Mental Health? 1. Mental Health Conditions Are Common On The Autism Spectrum This member is not ...…
 
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TILT Parenting: Atypical | 2E | Gifted | ADHD | SPD | Asperger's
 
Creativity expert Kathryn Haydon talks about the correlation between creativity and neurodiversity, especially giftedness, as well as her vision for supporting differently-wired kids using a "strengths-based" approach.For more information, visit http://www.tiltparenting.com/session47
 
In today’s episode Dr. Dan discusses emotional regulation, co-regulation and neurodiversity with Dr. Mona Delahooke and hear her first person account of how her powerful viral blog post about Oppositional Defiance Disorder really struck a nerve with parents. Dr. Mona Delahooke is a child psychologist, author, speaker, and expert who specializes ...…
 
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