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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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Welcome to ”Now You Know One Autistic!” - a podcast where neurodiversity shines and autistic voices are heard. Join hosts Moshe and Leah, a neurodiverse couple, as they delve into the intricacies of life on the autism spectrum. Each episode is a journey through the challenges and triumphs of autistic relationships and communication, offering a rare glimpse into the personal experiences of those who live with autism every day. Moshe and Leah break down barriers by sharing their own stories an ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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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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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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Dr. Sarah Wayland discuss: her journey and insights into using relationship-based dynamic intelligence (RDI) to enhance family bonds and your autistic child's growth the role of co-regulation and autonomy in parenting your autistic child practical advice for parents on integrating RDI princi…
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Dr. Angela Lauria, author, podcaster, speaker and advocate with expertise in publishing, writing and celebrating neurodiversity talks about her latest book, The Equalizing Quill. She discusses how and why generative AI gives autistics greater access to writing email, stories, articles and books. Dr Lauria tells about her journey learning she is aut…
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In this enlightening episode, Leah and Moshe delve into the profound impact of physical touch on communication. They explore how touch functions in various contexts, particularly among neurodivergent individuals, and challenge common stereotypes about neurodivergent behaviors towards physical contact. The hosts discuss the nuances of touch sensitiv…
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The general theme of this episode is gender and sexuality. As usual we blend personal anecdotes with some theory and reflection. We shine some light on asexuality as an orientation which is often invisible and / or invalidated by both heteronormative and queer communities. We then discuss the concept of neuroqueering and apply this to our own evolv…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Summary In this episode, Heather Tingle discusses strategies for decluttering when dealing with social anxiety and anxiety in general. She shares her personal experiences and offers tips for navigating decluttering tasks that may trigger anxiety. Some strategies include finding alternative ways to donate it…
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" I would always love ...... Jules to come up with a piece of wisdom or enlightenment that would stun the world, " but I spend my life coming up with the stunningly obvious. You know, he won't go to school. Does it mean he won't leave the house? Is it a question of he can't? Not that you won't. Is it the travel? Is it the particular teacher? What i…
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In this episode I talk about the concept of the mother wound, and share some realisations about what is needed for healing. 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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Hi Moms! The topic today is stress. You may have heard about it. It’s a doozy! In this episode, we explore the big stress that moms of autistics experience, the importance of recognizing it, and tips for managing it. Find the full transcript for this episode at https://thrivingmomsofautistics.com/82 Please share the podcast with other moms to help …
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Join Moshe and Leah in this special episode as they delve into the complex and often misunderstood topic of sexuality among individuals on the autism spectrum. Based on extensive research and completed questionnaires, they explore emerging sexuality, romantic relationships, and sexual interests in autistic individuals compared to their neurotypical…
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The complexities of food and eating - the latest episode in our occasional mini-series on autistic senses and sensitivities. You'll hear about our experiences of eating in a range of contexts throughout our lives. We notice the degree of shame and misattunement which is often attached to this - so much so that Siana was too uncomfortable to discuss…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay, Jessica Hanzo, and Lisa Baskin Wright discuss: navigating the IEP process working with your child's school to have a shared understanding of PDA (pathological demand avoidance), a theorized profile of autism proposing appropriate accommodations and support strategies for PDA learners RESOURCES …
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Hi Moms! You pour your heart and soul into raising your child, but this often leaves you running on fumes. So, it’s important to reduce your stress the best you can. Having a village to support you is one of the best ways to de-stress. Unfortunately, so many moms don’t have that. It can be overwhelming to even think about it. As moms it feels like …
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***NEW PODCAST***Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 12th May 2024".Facebook sharing and discussion from the previous week.Contributions from:I've been autistic all along?Jordan James The Autistic PhotographerKristy Forbes - Autism & ND SupportPandas onlineJoy of AutismReframing AutismStuart HarveyThe Autistic PoetNeurodivergent …
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay discusses the highly requested topic of how autism often presents in females, particularly those with low support needs. This episode would still be an informative listen if you have a son who presents with high masking autism, as the more nuanced traits are discussed. RESOURCES ⚡️ want more on …
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***NEW PODCAST***Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 28th April 2024".Live Conversations about our autism. Open Meeting of AutisticRadio.com Harry`s Facebook posts - Liz The ActuallyAutisticAdult Sits in.Contributions from:One blog at a timeThe Neurodivergent AdultChloé HaydenLiterally AutisticInspired Mind (Harry's Blog)Autism t…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Introduction: In this episode of "Decluttering Untangled," host Heather Tingle explores the common tendency to save things for special occasions and the impact it has on our lives and homes. Drawing from personal experiences and observations, Heather shares insights into why it's essential to break free fro…
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Being autistic can be tiring. Masking, socializing and trying to fit in -- all those things drain our energy and lead to autistic fatigue. 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 days! https://try.sunsama.com/xi4blkokndgk (affiliate link) Ko-fi: ht…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Amanda Diekman discuss: what a low demand lifestyle is the three layers of a demand how to find joy in this parenting journey RESOURCES ⚡️ connect with Amanda Diekman Instagram @lowdemandamanda Facebook @lowdemandamanda www.amandadiekman.com Get the book ⚡️ want to learn more about Dr. Tay's…
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The-Big-Autism-Conversation-ABA-PBS-Behaviour-Analysis UK-SBA Jules Autistic Radio "I want to change ABA. " "I don't know how or what is the thing I want to change yet. I just know that I want to know enough about it so that I can, bring something to it. So I can bring some piece of knowledge that I know from my childhood or from my adult life as a…
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***NEW PODCAST***Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 5th May 2024"Facebook sharing and discussion from the previous week.Contributions from:Emergent Divergence: The neurodivergent ramblings of David Gray-HammondNeuroWild Brightfire CICNeurodivergent GirlSteve SilbermanAUDHD SurplusRecorded on Sunday 5th May 2024.(Podcast runtime …
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Hi Moms! I don’t think you can summarize autism parenting in just one word. It’s such a blend of amazing, challenging, and isolating. There is so much uncertainty. However, you don’t have to go through this alone. There are so many demands. It can feel overwhelming! In this episode, we explore the beauty of community and finding others who get it! …
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This conversation came out of a few messages we have received around the theme of disclosing our autistic identities. We discuss our experiences and notice there is often a distinction between our professional and personal lives. We reflect and speculate on why this might be, with particular regard to long standing relationships. We reference the i…
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In this profound episode of 'Now You Know One Autistic! Podcast,' hosts Moshe and Leah delve into the intricate world of genetic testing for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), sharing their personal journey and insights. They explore the science behind genetic testing, its benefits, and limitations, particularly focusing on their Ashkenazi Jew lineage…
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In this episode, we navigate the world of social situations as a couple with an autistic partner. Through our personal experiences during the Jewish holiday of Pesach and regular social gatherings, we shed light on the challenging atmosphere for our autistic partner and how we handle such scenarios. Specifically, as part of the Orthodox Jewish comm…
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Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 14th April 2024".Facebook post sharing and discussion.Contributions from:Asiam.ieKristy Forbes - Autism & ND SupportMaybe Autism Is My SuperpowerJordan James The Autistic PhotographerLife of an autistic mumSalford Autistic Spectrum Conditions ForumBeyond 6 Seconds PodcastChris Bonnello - Autist…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Episode Title: Making Moving House Less Stressful with Guest Expert Jonathan Bramwell Introduction: Heather Tingle welcomes Jonathan Bramwell, founder of Bramwell Relocation, to Decluttering Untangled. Jonathan has 40 years of experience in the moving industry and shares valuable insights into making moving…
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Trucking Impossible: Autism, COVID-19, and the Industry We All Rely On Short Introductions to is an autistic radio production for Autistic Radio. It's a place where we showcase people's talent, people's art, people's interest, people's knowledge, anything that they're researching, anything about their organisation. I had a really happy accidental i…
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Hi Moms! Let’s talk about unleashing what's good within you. Everyone has something good within them. Many aren’t always aware of it, especially when things have gone so wrong and are so hard. Sometimes we just feel so defeated that we can’t fathom having such power within ourselves. Our mindset is a big part of that, but that is another episode. I…
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Today we have both Sean and Leila from Autistic Knowledge Development. Now they are a fully autistic group. Sometimes when you hear the words Autistically Lead, you wonder if that's genuine. Well, these people come from a professional background, they've realised their autism, and now they are working within. The sphere of autism from an autistic p…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Steph Curtis discuss: the nuances of raising a child with pathological demand avoidance (PDA), emphasizing early detection, adapting parenting techniques, and understanding unique needs. the journey to find the right educational setting for a child with PDA, dealing with societal pressures, …
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ABA-PBS-Behaviour-Analysis-Nathan-Bunyan-a-Seat-at-The-Table-EP9 If there's a subject I want to know more about in autism, it's behaviourism. As a late diagnosed autistic, the first exposure I had to the words that make up the acronym ABA were negative. They were scary and there was an emotional response. There had to be more to it than the negativ…
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If you self-diagnosed autism you may wonder if it’s valid when compared to a professional diagnosis. This episode explores self-diagnosis and why it might be your best and perhaps only choice. 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 days! https://t…
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In this eye-opening follow-up episode of "Now You Know One Autistic", hosts Moshe and Leah delve deep into the experiences, challenges, and joys of neurodivergent relationships. Drawing from their personal journey as an autistic-neurotypical couple, they discuss the complexities of expressing love and navigating puberty with neurodivergence. The ho…
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Welcome to the engrossing episode of "Now You Know One Autistic," where we delve deep into the labyrinth of affection and relationships as experienced by those on the Autism spectrum. Join Moshe and Leah as they walk us through their personal journey of love and growth that started as childhood friends and blossomed into romantic partners. This hea…
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Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 21st April 2024".Facebook sharing and discussion on the previous week.Contributions from:The Autistic TeacherAutism Adventures AbroadJordan James The Autistic PhotographerNigh.functioning.AutismThe Autism CoachSWAN Autism - ScotlandI CAN Network LtdNT in a ND WorldSpectrum SlothRecorded on Sund…
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***NEW PODCAST***Spectrum Voices Conversation presents "Live Unmasked - 31st March 2024".Facebook sharing and discussion from the previous week.Contributions from:Chloé HaydenAutism Spectrum DisorderAutism Support CommunityJim Taylor: Knows AutismThe Autistic TeacherNot Another Autistic AdvocateAutism From The InsideAutism on the WaterRecorded on S…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Summary In this episode, Heather Tingle discusses the habit of keeping boxes and the impact it has on clutter in our homes. She explores the reasons why people keep boxes, such as the sentimental value or the belief that they may need them in the future. Heather encourages listeners to evaluate the cost of …
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In this episode, we navigate the world of social situations as a couple with an autistic partner. Through our personal experiences during the Jewish holiday of Pesach and regular social gatherings, we shed light on the challenging atmosphere for our autistic partner and how we handle such scenarios. Specifically, as part of the Orthodox Jewish comm…
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ABOUT THIS EPISODE (+ scroll for resources) 👇 Dr. Tay and Dr. Funke Afolabi-Brown, a pediatric sleep medicine physician, discuss: what sleep medicine is and how a sleep medicine physician can help the three buckets of sleep issues - medical, behavioral, and 24-hour factors education about medications that impact sleep RESOURCES ⚡️ connect with Funk…
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Episode Transcript Hi Moms! Lately, I’ve been hearing from a lot of moms that they have felt so unsettled lately. They’ve expressed ongoing anxiety or a sense of doom. I get it. I’ve had these same feelings. As moms of autistics, we work extra hard to protect our children from the unique challenges they face on top of typical child-related challeng…
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Spectrum Voices Conversation presents “Live Unmasked - 7th April 2024”.Facebook sharing and discussion.Contributions from:Autism Support CommunitySpectrum SlothMetroEmergent Divergence: The neurodivergent ramblings of David Gray-HammondAutistic RevolutionThe Autistic TeacherJordan James The Autistic PhotographerRecorded on Sunday 7th April 2024.(Po…
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Kayla Smith is a black autistic disability rights advocate in the United States of America. She joins Autisticly Aar to talk about her experiences as a black autistic woman, how autism affects, her sharing truths on ableism, privilege and misinformation and racism and sexism in ableism. She has done previous interviews and articles on her lived exp…
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“You’re perfect just as you are.” Easy to say, harder to believe. In a world that hates mistakes perfectionism can actually lead to disaster. 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 days! https://try.sunsama.com/xi4blkokndgk (affiliate link) Ko-fi:…
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Ok, so this episode may be a bit niche 😉 Leo has been searching for the perfect socks and he believes he has found them ... (time will tell). Somehow, Siana's autistic brain tendrils manage to link his fervour with evangelical Christian zeal and she goes down and round about that rabbit warren for a while. We speak about our own experiences of reli…
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In this episode I share why I believe my most confusing and destructive experiences and behaviours as an undiagnosed autistic child and adult can be explained by internalised PDA (pathological demand avoidance / pervasive drive for autonomy). To send any comments or questions, or to request to join the Autistihood forum on Discourse - email Toni at…
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Send me a text message about this podcast Summary In this episode, Heather Tingle challenges the idea of having separate summer and winter wardrobes. She argues that it is unnecessary and causes more difficulties in terms of storage, decision-making, and accessing clothes. Heather suggests minimising the wardrobe to the available space and being ab…
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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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