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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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Autistic Licence

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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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Tune in to Now You Know One Autistic!, the podcast that gives you an unfiltered look at life with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Join Moshe and Leah, a neurodiverse couple, as they share their raw, honest, and often hilarious experiences. Challenge stereotypes, gain valuable insights, and celebrate neurodiversity in all its forms. This podcast is for adults with autism, parents of autistic children, and anyone eager to learn more about the autistic experience. Subscribe now and share the jo ...
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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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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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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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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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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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I have mild autism and my goal is to raise awareness and acceptance as I am ready to talk about my experiences, as I hope that one day, we all live in a world where autism is seen as a way of life, not as an indifference. Let's Talk Autistically for your health. https://anchor.fm/autistically/message
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Autistic Tidbits and 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, and Bruce Petherick. It is centered around topics relevant to autism and the lives of autistic people. We are 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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I'm a late diagnosed Autistic ADHDer, mom, and life strategist for autistic women. Sharing tips, resources, and encouragement to empower autistic women with strategies so that they can go from surviving to thriving in a world that was not set up to fully support them.https://koriathome.com
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Autistic Flappy Hour is a podcast with an Autistic Angle. 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 with autistic hosts & guests with various opinions and lived experiences. We will be talking about major topics relating to autism and autistic life in orde ...
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Come one, come all, and hear the tales of the Autistic Pinup! What I lack in social skills, I make up for with tattoos, love, and a whole lot of weed. Have you heard the quote, “When you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism?” Well, I’m here to prove that right! Join me as we explore the lore of autism. https://theautisticpinup.com/ https://www.instagram.com/fuck_you_up_fairy/ https://buymeacoffee.com/autisticpinup
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The ACH Podcast is a show about Autistic Adults and their careers. The Autistic Creative Hub celebrate Autism Acceptance Month each year with projects that educate about Autism and help Autistic people. This year, ACH member 'Sheepdog' is interviewing a variety of Autistic Adults about their careers. How they found them, how being Autistic affects their work and what support they've used to maintain their careers. Unemployment is a huge struggle for autistic adults and our hope is that by sh ...
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Thru Autistic Eyes Podcast

Christopher D. Casson

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It isn't the autism world and normal world. It is one world with two different perspectives. That is what Christopher D. Casson aims to do with the Thru Autistic Eyes Podcast and show that behind the label of autism is a human being. Through interviewing various guests over different topics that affect both neurodivergent and neurotypical, one can look past such labels and see the commonalities, which leads to understanding one another. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/po ...
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The Autistic Life

The Autistic Life

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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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The World According To The Autistic Kid is a leading autism podcast interviewing famous autistic celebrities or anyone who takes the hosts interest. It is hosted by The Autistic Kid, Dominic Barstow Credits (all in apple podcasts) Top 10 podcast in Britain, Hobbies* Top 10 podcast in Poland, Hobbies* Top 100 podcast Britain leisure* Top 50 podcast Britain Hobbies all time* Top 10 Ireland Leisure* No. 1 Ireland Hobbies* First people to get Anne Hegartys IQ public Charted in UK* Canada* Belgiu ...
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ANCA Radio, Autistic People, People First is a Naturally Autistic® ANCA® radio show, created to educate the public about our growing Global Autistic Community. Our shows celebrate the diversity, strength and talents of a once misunderstood and marginalized group of people. The shows are educational, artistic, informative and cultural. Our hosts broadcast live from Canada, Australia, and the USA. Our listening audience is from Asia Pacific region, North & South America, Europe, the Middle Eas ...
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Ryan Somers discovered he is Autistic in his early 40s, after years of wondering "What is wrong with me?" An experienced writer, performer, and broadcaster, he decided to document his journey of discovery as he learned about his own Autism, and went through the process of getting an official diagnosis. This podcast features one-on-one conversations with other Autistic adults, discussing our experiences living as Autistic people in a Neurotypical world, learning, discovering, and finding comm ...
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To Be Young, Black and Autistic is a podcast dedicated to parents of children w/ autism. But don't worry if you aren't the parent of a child who's autistic or even a parent at all. This podcast is also meant to spread ACCEPTANCE and awareness for those on the spectrum and their families. So, a little bit about me. My name is Jasmine, and I'm a single mother of one. I'm here to share my and my son's story as we navigate through this new journey together. My son is 4 yrs old and was diagnosed ...
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Tim Goldstein draws on his background in business and business management, sales and marketing, and various developer and manager roles in the tech industry. Tim's unique autistic view point combine with his ability to clearly express the most complex ideas make him the world's only Neurodiverse Communication Specialist.Tim discusses a range of issues faced by the autistic and neurodiverse adult in all facets of life drawing from both his experience after being diagnosed with Asperger's at a ...
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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 ...
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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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Amplified is the official podcast of Autistic-led not-for-profit organisation Reframing Autism, which is dedicated to creating a world in which the Autistic community is supported to achieve acceptance, inclusion and active citizenship. This podcast aims to amplify Autistic voices from a diverse range of backgrounds, with Australian and international Autistic advocates sharing their stories and perspectives from lived experience.
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New Self Help Book Launch 2020 (This podcast interview is between the author Danielle Hampson and the editor Amanda Moss from Lifestyle Monthly Magazine and was recorded during the Covid19 virus lock down please excuse the distant quality).Am I on the Spectrum? An Aspies Guide to The Autistic Spectrum - I am on it and so are you - is a psychology self help publication which cuts through the mystery and complexity surrounding autism looking at everyday personality types.If you've ever wondere ...
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Welcome to the "Autistic Entrepreneur" podcast I'm your host Lee O'Carroll. I am an entrepreneur, husband, a dad to three teenage girls and to my baby girl, Emma, a beautiful golden labrador. I have also spent my life living with my close friend's depression, autism and social anxiety. I live in England, in a nice place called the Wirral, which is a peninsula that borders Liverpool, Cheshire and North Wales. I started this podcast so I could share my experiences of running several 7 and 8-fi ...
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Established Floortime practitioner Colette Ryan talks to us about what Floortime is: How this whole-family approach helps autistic kids and the benefits of this alternative to ABA. facebook Floortime-UK Conversations about our autism. We often stray into difficult subjects but most people will be OK with our choices. Join us for a LIVE Autistic Con…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Welcome to another episode of Decluttering Untangled with Heather Tingle. In this episode, Heather explores a critical topic: why decluttering your home quickly is not only impractical but also inadvisable. She delves into the practical and mental reasons behind this. Why Quick Decluttering Doesn't Work: Em…
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Exploring Neurodivergence and Self-Discovery with Author Sarah Boon In this episode of Neuro Rainbow Cast, host Autisticly Aar is joined by Sarah Boon for a second enlightening discussion. Sarah, an author on autism and ADHD, shares her journey of late diagnoses and the personal growth that followed. Initially diagnosed as dyslexic, she later disco…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Emily Hamblin, a parent coach and neurodivergent mom of four, discuss practical strategies for self-compassion, regulating the nervous system, and addressing the challenges parents face. The episode covers the crucial role of self-care, debunking the notion that it's selfish, and highlights …
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In this episode we discuss Leo's recent experience of attending a training course. We track many details of this, from the planning to sensory challenges and considerations, to social interactions and disclosure. We notice distinctive aspects of this which we experience differently as autistic people, many of which might not be predictable or disce…
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The old thinking was that neurotypicals understand us as autistics but that we don’t understand them. Modern research dispels this myth and empathy may be the key. Support the Show. -->Try Sunsama free for 30 days! https://try.sunsama.com/xi4blkokndgk (affiliate link) Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/theautisticwoman (one time donation or monthly) Linktree…
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Discover the transformative power of animals in neurodivergent lives! Join the Now You Know One Autistic! family - Moshe, Leah, Raya, and Avram - as they explore the incredible impact of pets on autistic individuals and their families. In this episode: • Meet the family's new furry friends, including Nibbles the mouse; and Popcorn and Kernel the Ge…
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I share key aspects of different types of policy roles and organisations, and some potential pros and cons of this type of work, from an autistic perspective. To send any comments or questions, or to request to join the Autistihood forum on Discourse - email Toni at autisticat40@outlook.com or find me on Instagram (@Autistic_at_40_podcast).…
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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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Hi Moms! Are you feeling held back as a mom and drowning in your own stress? What if I told you that you have the power within you to elicit change. Yes, you! Even with all your stressors and challenges as a mom of an autistic, you can make things happen. In this episode, I explore what holds you back and keeps you stuck in the continual cycle of s…
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Established Floortime practitioner Colette Ryan talks to us about what Floortime is: How this whole-family approach helps autistic kids and the benefits of this alternative to ABA. facebook Floortime-UK Conversations about our autism. We often stray into difficult subjects but most people will be OK with our choices. This is an Autistic Association…
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***NEW PODCAST***(PLEASE SHARE)Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 7th July 2024".Discussions generated from Facebook posts shared.Contributions from:Actually Autistic AdultRobbie ProsserAutism South EastAutistically ScottYenn Purkis Neurodiversity pagePete Wharmby, Autistic AuthorPodcast Revisit - "Explain Me Autism - Queer - Au…
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Hi Moms! Facing the unique challenges of raising an autistic can feel very heavy. If I said that there are ways to lighten your load, would you jump on it? You might not believe it is even possible. But I know it is because I have experienced it myself. There is also years of research that supports it. In this episode, I share our common experience…
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This episode chronicles some of Siana’s travel experiences on a recent trip to London with her daughter. We speak about navigating public transport systems, accommodation and orientation. We highlight things which we find helpful and comforting as autistic people, such as familiar places and foods and building time buffers into our plans. We also f…
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Empowering Youth Voices: An Interview with Troy Njenje-Mbanga In this episode, the host, Autisticly Aar, interviews Troy Njenje-Mbanga, a 21-year-old ambassador and youth activist from West Oxford Wakefield. Troy shares his journey of advocating for inclusion and the rights of young people with SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disabilities). He …
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Send me a text message about this podcast Summary In this episode, Heather Tingle discusses the irony of putting items in a safe space only to forget where they are when needed. She explores different strategies for creating safe spaces for important items, such as setting up an odds box for random bits, using technology like Apple tags and tiles, …
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Dr. Joy Eberhardt, a holistic pediatrician specializing in integrative and functional medicine, discuss PANS (Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome) and PANDAS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections). They delve into the complexiti…
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Hi Moms! Welcome to a space created for moms like you with children on the spectrum. It’s a place to feel understood and know you are not alone. In this episode, I explore a topic that all moms know all too well at least on some level. It is a hard, yet very important topic. I am talking about lacking a supportive environment or community. Find the…
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Jules has the opportunity to receive post diagnostic support from Sarah Gardiner through Autism Initiatives. "I felt I was receiving the gold standard of empathetic inclusion." "Sarah the facilitator is some-one to learn from" Previous episode the-late-late-diagnosis-show-ep3 The funders request for a Meaningful input from Autistic People has been …
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The regions of the brain that play a role in resilience are the areas of the brain most affected by autism. Is it possible for an autistic person to be resilient? The answer may surprise you. Resilience assessment tool: https://www.everydayhealth.com/wellness/resilience/get-your-resilience-score/ My Audio World blog article: https://tinyurl.com/aut…
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(PLEASE SHARE)Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 30th June 2024".Facebook post sharing and discussion.Contributions from:Jordan James The Autistic PhotographerAutism NIAutistic and TeachingSpectrum GamingRosie Weldon's Autistic LifeSWAN Autism - ScotlandI've been autistic all along?GROVE Neurodivergent Mentoring & EducationAutis…
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Welcome back, friends! In this episode, Leah and Moshe explore coping mechanisms for autism, ADHD, and other forms of neurodiversity. Inspired by Moshe and Leah's own experiences, they share personal stories and practical tips for managing symptoms. From childhood behaviors to struggles with alcohol, they discuss the importance of healthy coping st…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Episode Summary: In this episode of "Decluttering Untangled," Heather dives into a hidden challenge that many face during their decluttering journey: decision fatigue. Discover why decision-making can be as exhausting as a marathon, and learn practical strategies to keep your energy high and your mind clear…
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Episode description: Paula Peters: A Lifelong Activist for Disability Rights In this heartfelt and compelling interview, Paula Peters recounts her journey as a disability rights activist starting from the age of eight. Paula discusses her personal struggles with hypermobility syndrome and the fight to keep hydrotherapy services available in Southea…
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Jules has the opportunity to receive post diagnostic support from Sarah Gardiner through Autism Initiatives. "I felt I was receiving the gold standard of empathetic inclusion." "Sarah the facilitator is some-one to learn from" Next episode the-late-late-diagnosis-show-ep4 The funders request for a Meaningful input from Autistic People has been inte…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Sunita Theiss, an Indian neurodivergent mom, discuss Sunita's journey through autism diagnoses for herself and her children, the impact of South Asian cultural values on her parenting, and the integration of neurodivergent needs within religious communities. Sunita shares her personal experi…
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Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 23rd June 2024".Facebook post sharing and discussion.Contributions from:Abby’s Autistic RebellionThe Autistic TeacherBrightfire CICAusome CharlieThe autistic muaEffie Purple Bean Autistic ArtistBrett J Cole - Autistic Words & ArtAutistic Not WeirdHOPE for AutismAutballRecorded on Sunday 23rd Ju…
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The ability to see the “big picture” is called central coherence. One study (1980’s) said that autistic people have weak central coherence and only see details. Recent research suggests this isn’t so — that autistic people may be good at both seeing details and seeing the big picture. 2021 Study: Weak Central Coherence – Construct conception, devel…
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Hey there! In this special episode, we dive into the unique experiences of parenting and sibling relationships within the neurodiverse community. This week, we have a very special guest—our daughter, Raya! Together, we'll explore the challenges and joys of parenting as an autistic individual, discuss sensory overload, and share heartfelt family mom…
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This episode is an exploration of some aspects of empathic communication and connection which may be distinctive for us as autistic people. We notice the significance of this within the contexts of friendship and therapy. This dialogue also demonstrates some elements of a repair process and how - within a safe relational space - interpersonal dynam…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Summary This episode of Decluttering Untangled focuses on the issue of accumulating carrier bags. Heather Tingle discusses the common problem of having a surplus of bags and the impact it can have on our lives. She encourages listeners to consider how many bags they actually need and how they use them. Heat…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 In this solo episode, Dr. Tay discusses the importance of being comfortable with being wrong and sitting with the discomfort that accompanies it. She draws from her personal experiences and professional journey to provide insights on navigating life with an autistic child while balancing evidence-based …
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***NEW PODCAST***(PLEASE SHARE)Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 16th June 2024".Facebook post sharing and discussion.Contributions from:National Autistic SocietyNeurodivergent RebelI CAN Network LtdAutistic and living the dreamLiterally AutisticAutistic RevolutionThe little black duckPete Wharmby, Autistic AuthorRecorded on Su…
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Adult support from Inspiring Minds Scotland Sean and Leila co-operate to achieve legacy by creating an Authentically Informed Autistic Support Service. another episode including AKD 2024 04 29 Autistic-Knowledge-Development-Sean-Leila-a-Seat-at-The-Table-EP8-20240429 https://autisticknowledgedevelopment.org/ https://inspiringscotland.org.uk/fund/au…
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Hi Moms! Did you know that there is something special within you? Yes! There is! It is hard to see it sometimes because raising an autistic child keeps you busy. You might miss the very thing I am talking about! When I meet other moms raising autistic children, it’s like the angels are singing above. I have found another human being, who gets it. I…
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Join us for an inspiring conversation with Adam and Becca, the neurodivergent power couple behind TikTok's @StudiesShow and the "Poisoner's Almanac" podcast. In this episode, we delve into their unique journey of love, parenting, and embracing their authentic selves within the neurodiversity spectrum. Discover Becca's fascinating world of plants, p…
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In this episode we reflect (broadly!) on the concept of having "spiky profiles". This relates to us having aptitudes in some areas and limitations in others, usually where the differences are more pronounced than might be expected in the general population. As usual, we record without a plan / topic in mind and so there are lots of tangents. We thi…
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In this episode I’m talking with Orion Kelly who has a YouTube channel and podcast and also has written a book called Autism Feels…An Earthling’s Guide. Orion talks about how he found out he’s autistic and what it’s like to be an autistic father and partner. You’ll meet this fascinating guest and hear his deep insights into what it’s like to be an …
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Send me a text message about this podcast Summary Welcome to another episode of Decluttering Untangled! In this episode, Heather Tingle tackles a common challenge faced by many: how to declutter when your home is already full to the brim. If you're feeling overwhelmed by the amount of stuff in your space and don't have the space to declutter and gr…
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Suzy Yardley speaks personally to us without representing the UK-Sba. We ask her whether a seat at the table is possible for autistic people within the world of behaviourism. We also have a series of conversations with other professionals in the series..... The-Big-Autism-Conversation-ABA-PBS-Behaviour-Analysis UK-SBA Jules Autistic Radio "I want t…
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***NEW PODCAST***Spectrum Voices Conversation presents “Live Unmasked - 9th June 2024”.Facebook post sharing and discussion.Contributions from:AutisticAlly SupportJordan's Autistic JourneyAutism South EastSpectrum SerafinaNeuroWild Diary of an Autism MomEmbrace AutismPandas onlineRecorded on Sunday 9th June 2024.(Podcast runtime - 52 minutes) Join …
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Chandele Morris, an inclusive educational consultant and author, discuss the barriers in the educational system, the importance of understanding neurodiversity and tangible steps to be better advocates for autistic children. Chandele shares her experiences as a former educator and a parent o…
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Hi Moms! I am willing to bet that every mom will resonate with today’s topic. No one leads a stress-free life. This is especially true for moms of autistics. That is why this topic is essential for your well-being and longevity. Moms want to be around for their kids long term. Constant stress creates wear and tear on your body and mind. In this epi…
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Autism has a culture all its own and the The Autistic Culture podcast explores one aspect of it in each episode showing how the subject relates to autism and autistic people. In this episode, Cats Are Autistic, the hosts talk about the cat behaviors that might be autistic like the need for routine, their sensitivities, their response to stress and …
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In this must-listen episode, we tackle the difficult but important topic of abuse in relationships involving neurodivergent (autistic/ADHD) and neurotypical partners. Through anonymous personal stories shared on social media, we explore the unique challenges and power imbalances that can arise when communication styles and needs differ. Our goal is…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Introduction: Heather Tingle welcomes listeners to another episode of "Decluttering Untangled," inspired by her recent experience with her daughter's birthday and the abundance of greeting cards that followed. She shares her past struggles with managing greeting cards and promises to guide listeners through…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Courtney English discuss: importance of sensory systems introduction to sensory profiles how to support sensory regulation at home RESOURCES ⚡️ connect with Courtney English on Instagram @courtneyenglish.ot and on TikTok @courtneyenglish.ot ⚡️ get access to Courtney's resources here, includi…
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Hi Moms! I am what you might call a late bloomer. I went to college and grad school then dove head first into my practice. I was married to my work for years. I have many life-long friends. Some chose to get married and have children right away. By the time I slowed down, married, and had my child, their kids were graduating from high school. I rem…
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In this episode I’m talking with Samantha Stein, author of So You Think You’re Autistic, A Workbook for the Confused Person Who's Just Trying to Figure Things Out and host of the popular YouTube channel Yo Samdy Sam. Samantha talks about her experience learning she’s autistic and how it led to a book for readers to reflect on and work through their…
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