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The Dyslexia Quest is the fastest growing media platform in all of the special education genre, featuring interviews with the leading experts in the field of intelligence, learning, flourishing and neurodiversity, as well as profiling uber- successful dyslexics to share their story and wisdom . The Dyslexia Quest tackles the holistic experience of being a dyslexic( think: shame, struggles, and joys) with a secret( shhh) backdoor agenda of empowerment.
 
Autistic Flappy Hour is a podcast with an Autistic Angle. It was first thought of in June 2015 by Cisco, Laurine and Nat. The first episode was released in July 2015.While there are a lot of amazing blogs written by autistic people, we noticed that there was a lack of podcasts. We like podcasts, so we decided to make our own!The aim of Autistic Flappy Hour is to offer one-hour episodes on autism-related subjects, viewed from an autistic angle as all three of us are autistic and have various ...
 
Perspectives From Outside The Snow Globe
 
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 ...
 
Attention Different is a neurodiversity podcast dedicated to reframing ADHD. Hosts Aaron and Stephen shed light on living and even thriving with ADHD, offering new insights, strategies, and - how dare they - a bit of HUMOR, to leverage your ADHD for success. Our mission is to reclaim the label, not reinvent it, in order to understand our condition in more accurate and self-affirming ways. Labels can be stigmatizing, leading to shame, guilt, and despair. We believe that “Attention Deficit Hyp ...
 
The Inspired Parenting Radio Show features cutting edge interviews with leaders in the fields of progressive education, medicine, complementary and alternative health, nutrition, science, neurodiversity, emotional intelligence, learning, parenting and more, covering everything you need to know to parent holistically, compassionately, empathetically, and with respect for the brilliant, amazing and continually evolving beings that all children are. Listen Live to Inspired Parenting every Thurs ...
 
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The tech world has a diversity problem: gender diversity, racial diversity, and more. That’s why I decided to start the Tech Forward podcast. Every week, I’m going to interview entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, media and tech leaders, and diversity advocates. We’ll discuss everything from the lack of venture funding for women and minorities, to how underrepresented groups can advance their careers in the sector, to how to hold companies accountable for diversity — and more. I’ll focus on a ...
 
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On this episode of we sit down with Monika Weitzel who works with people who are experiencing houselessness and are impacted by Neurodiversity. She has a MSW (Master of Social Work) and she has been doing this type of work for a decade. We wanted to discuss this topic and get her point of view to try and help squash stereotype’s that comes with ...…
 
Chet Zar and Mike Correll discuss Synesthesia, a rare “condition” of Neurodiversity in which an individual has sensorial reactions to environmental stimuli that are aberrant, for instance smelling colors or seeing sounds. Both Chet and Mike have forms of Synesthesia and explain the details concerning their personal experiences; Chet even spends ...…
 
Our host Adrian Davis is joined by Brian Higgins, a former Officer at the Serious Organised Crime Agency to talk about Artificial Intelligence and its implications on society and the cybersecurity sector, recent breaches and how the age-old practice of “carbon copy recruitment” is standing in the way of neurodiverse individuals entering the pro ...…
 
Our host Adrian Davis is joined by Brian Higgins, a former Officer at the Serious Organised Crime Agency to talk about Artificial Intelligence and its implications on society and the cybersecurity sector, recent breaches and how the age-old practice of “carbon copy recruitment” is standing in the way of neurodiverse individuals entering the pro ...…
 
The Emmy award winning animator from The Simpsons joins the show this time out with a conversation about how that show is produced. Plus, he's working on his own show called Little Billy. It's about a 4 year old kid who lives with neurodiversity and a total celebration of everything from the 1980's. Not only Chance a gifted artist and animator, ...…
 
Our Dec. 1-7 show podcast/syndication edit is up. This week, Emmy Award-winning lead animator from The Simpsons and Tourette’s Syndrome conqueror Chance Raspberry talks about his new project, which looks to be the Ultimate 80s Cartoon Sitcom: Little Billy. You can help make this a reality. Little Billy is based on Chance’s own life growing up i ...…
 
Not every student’s brain works and learns in the same way. Classrooms are increasingly becoming more aware of what is known as "neurodiversity" among their students, a term used to describe neurodevelopmental disorders such as ADHD and ASD. We talk to Tracey Burns, Senior Analyst in the OECD's Directorate for Education and Skills, about how ne ...…
 
Michael Fieldhouse, Director for Emerging Businesses and Cybersecurity at DXC Technology, and Marian Merritt, Lead for Industry Engagement at the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, chat with ITSPmagazine’s Selena Templeton for the Diverse IT podcast about hiring people with autism in the IT/cybersecurity workforce. Tune in to hear ...…
 
Neil Barnett, Director of Inclusive Hiring at Microsoft, and Marian Merritt, Lead for Industry Engagement at the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, chat with ITSPmagazine’s Selena Templeton for the Diverse IT podcast about cybersecurity and autism. Tune in to hear about Microsoft’s Autism Hiring Program and their inclusive, non-tr ...…
 
Neurodiversity is a popular topic across Silicon Valley. But it’s not just tech companies that benefit from hiring workers with conditions ranging from Autism to Down’s Syndrome. Learn how diversity in the workforce is expanding in new ways, and how it’s benefiting government employers as well as their employees.…
 
Would Isaac Newton succeed on the modern college campus? The genius who discovered the laws of motion, but who also obsessed over alchemy, was introverted and prone to unpredictable mood swings. Scholars believe he may have had autism, which is one of the many neurological conditions that contribute to “neurodiversity” in the world. And accordi ...…
 
Steve Rohr, will provide inspiring and powerful opening remarks as part of the #Trailblazing2017 Conference Opening Ceremony. | Learn more: www.Trailblazing2017.com Spend some time getting to know this entertainment powerhouse who does his work "behind the curtains" but wields an influence that impacts over two hundred countries that tune in fo ...…
 
Neurodiversity is the concept that neurological conditions are variations in the human genome. Therefore Autism, ADHD, and mood- and personality disorders are considered social categories intersecting with other social categories. While "Nerd" is very broadly defined, the number of neurodiverse people within our social group is much higher than ...…
 
Neurodiversity is the concept that neurological conditions are variations in the human genome. Therefore Autism, ADHD, and mood- and personality disorders are considered social categories intersecting with other social categories. While "Nerd" is very broadly defined, the number of neurodiverse people within our social group is much higher than ...…
 
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. ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
🍃 How do we all approach our EDD, I am sure most of us coming on and past this time find the upwelling of anxiety, talk of inductions, cesarian sections and missed out opportunities for home birth. Also the feeling of being ‘over it’ is common, first time The post E35 Cracking the EDD Myth Home Birth at 44 Weeks Inspiring Story From GirlTribe W ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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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