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Neurodiversity Podcast

Emily Kircher-Morris

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The Neurodiversity Podcast talks with leaders in the fields of psychology, education, and beyond, about positively impacting neurodivergent people. Our goal is to reframe differences that were once considered disabilities or disorders, promote awareness of this unique population, and improve the lives of neurodivergent and high-ability people.
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My name is Joseph K Muscat and my purpose is to bring you through a journey of Neurodiversity awareness and skillsets in the workplace and with entrepreneurs. This is all about transforming our mindset, finding purpose, discovering our superpowers, setting clear goals and creating solutions that will increase productivity and profitability by becoming more inclusive and diverse.
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A renowned DEI Design Thinking Strategist, Coach and Trainer, Sara Kedge blends curiosity and playfulness with deep cross-functional knowledge. She prides herself on helping teams move out of stressful dysfunction to create human-focused workplace cultures where critical thinking – and people – are encouraged and valued. Sara carries the collective experience of the neurodivergent community into the solutions she co-creates with her clients. As the founder and curator of How 2 Entrepreneuro, ...
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“Unleashing Superpowers: Exploring Neurodiversity with Theo Smith” is a captivating podcast where host Theo Smith dives into the world of neurodiversity. From ADHD to Autism to Dyslexia and beyond, gain insights into embracing the diversity of thought and eliminating obstacles (Kryptonite). Hear from real people from across the globe and their lived experiences in this empowering series. Join the conversation using hashtags #NeurodiversityAtWork #NeurodiversityWithTheoSmith. Embrace a new pe ...
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Autism & Neurodiversity

Jason & Debbie Grygla

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This weekly podcast is your go-to resource for real answers to parenting, working with or being neurodivergent. With the right information you will better understand neurodivergent brains, develop the skills to parent and mentor more confidently, and get better outcomes addressing neurodivergent challenges. Join Jason Grygla, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Director of TechieForLife, a specialized mentoring program for neurodivergent young adults and his wife, Debbie Grygla, Certified L ...
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I am Steph! Thank you for being here! I am an occupational therapist, reiki master, specialised kinesiologist, hypnotherapist, and above all, a human being learning to express my authentic self! I specialise in neurodivergent affirming practice and trauma informed care. I am an AuDHDer (Autistic and ADHD) I also have CPTSD and a dissociative disorder. This podcast was named Alphabet Soup after I looked at my diagnosis rap sheet! I then realised none of this defined me, and I felt called to s ...
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"A World of Difference" celebrates and supports families who are navigating the journey of learning differences. The show is produced by Beacon College (America's first accredited baccalaureate institution dedicated to educating students who learn differently). Episodes examine neurodiversity issues related to learning disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia, autistic spectrum disorders, and learning differences from birth through the baccalaureate years through compelling storytelling, conversations w ...
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Join Gwen & Kristen on their proverbial couch (the most INCLUSIVE of couches) as they share irreverently honest stories and wisdom gained through a collective 35 years of parenting FIERCELY EPIC neurodiverse humans. These friends have spent eons talking together about the hilarity and the hard of their parenting journeys and they want to invite you into those conversations too. Thanks for tuning in. They already think you're rather fantastic. To get more of Gwen & Kristen, join our newslette ...
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Welcome to Neurodiversity University. Where Dr. Brandon Park will talk about everything from neurodiversity topics to real life experiences. Sit back, relax, and listen while he talks about the brain and all the complex functions that define who we are.
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Neurodiversity Superpowers is a podcast for and about people who see and interact with the world a little differently. Host Lucy interviews guests from all corners of society who embrace their neurological differences and use their “powers” for good.
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Meristem is a nonprofit program that supports young adults on the autism spectrum to develop greater independence. Our podcast will be talking about our program and interviewing people dealing with challenges of integrating into the workforce. Meristem's Breaking Barriers Transformative Autism Program has worked with hundreds of employers and job seekers to hire, train, and retain neurodivergent people. Join hosts Erin Schirm and Harrison Lane for real stories of "the messy middle" from peop ...
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Get ready to EXPAND your mind! The word NEUROQUEER goes beyond the intersection of neurodiversity and queerness. Neuroqueering is the practice of queering (subverting, defying, disrupting, liberating oneself from) neuronormativity, cisnormativity, and heteronormativity, and more! Through the lens of the neurodiversity paradigm and the social model and in conversations with neurodiversity-affirming professionals, we are going to challenge, rethink, and reframe systems and institutions. We are ...
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Expressions of Neurodiversity

Expressions of Ingenuity

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Addressing the issues that come with neurodiversity and employment. Educating people on the expansive abilities of neurodiverse individuals and explaining the many difficulties that come from being neurodiverse.You can help a neurodiverse individual by purchasing a product they have created. At www.expressionsofingenuity.com you can buy one of these items and all of the profit goes to a young neurodiverse adult.
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For two decades, I believed that my ADHD was a disability. Only at the age of 41 would I come to realize that my ADHD was an incredible asset, and when I leaned into that, I achieved greater success than ever before. ADHD is the engine behind my own success as a networker and coach. Over the past few years, I have spoken with thousands of entrepreneurs, and found that many of them have some kind of neurodiverse diagnosis. ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, OCD, and more. Like me, for many of them, thei ...
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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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Autism is often confused with narcissism. Autistic traits are often misinterpreted as narcissistic. In this episode Jason delves into the complex relationship between autism and narcissism, highlighting the unique ways in which self-centeredness manifests in individuals on the autism spectrum. By exploring the neurological differences that contribu…
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Send us a Text Message. This Dr. Erika Galea and I wiill delve into the interconnected topics of emotional regulation, executive function, and their implications in education and the workplace. The discussion highlights the definitions of emotional regulation and executive function, emphasizing their critical roles in cognitive processing and psych…
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There’s a new term circulating in the neurodiversity community, AuDHD. Today, Emily Kircher-Morris is talking with Mattia Maurée, a neurodivergent individual with both ADHD and autism. They talk about how the two diagnoses blend together, one side desiring routine and sameness, while the other seeks novelty and change. They also discuss the challen…
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Imagine with us for a moment: What would it feel like to be in a concert hall… but having a personalized audio experience created for your own individual needs? And not only that, but someone ten feet away from you could have their own audio experience tailored to their preferences that is incredibly different from your own. Sound fictional? Well, …
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Angela Mondor joins Sara to discuss neurodiversity, coping mechanisms, and honouring one's brilliance. They explore topics such as self-care, overachieving, burnout, goal-setting, and personal growth. Angela shares insights into her experience with obsessive-compulsive personality disorder and how she copes. For the free resource Angela mentioned p…
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Originally recorded 14 June 2023 About Bliss Road: In this sometimes funny, often devastating memoir, Martha Engber describes the arduous journey toward discovering the invisible roadblock that ran her life off course: her psychological distress is the result of being the neurotypical daughter of a dad with undiagnosed Autism Spectrum Disorder, a c…
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Join me and the beautiful Zara as we talk about parenting neurodivergent children, discovering our own neurodivergence along the way and the amazing power of connection with those we feel safe around! Zara is such a soothing presence, and her energy is such a pleasure to be around! You can find Zara and her powerful work on Instagram and Facebook j…
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If at first you don’t succeed, try try again goes the old saying. That’s sound advice meant to build resilience. However, for neurodivergent children those words can ring hollow for those who struggle to try, try, try, and try again — and their efforts fail to yield a winning result. For many kids with learning and attention issues, that lack of su…
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Today we have Matt Hancock join us, who's been advocating for neurodiversity and early support in education, highlighting challenges faced by individuals who are dyslexic. He promotes universal screening and teacher training to address high exclusion rates among children with neurodivergent traits/conditions. The importance of understanding and emb…
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Psychologically verified ADHD-haver Sarah and spergs Jeremy and Julian give advice with a neurodiverse twist, talk about food and get nostalgic about the pop culture of their childhoods. ---------- In this episode, Sarah, Jeremy and Julian resort to the irritable bowl once more, and perform a modern rendition of Little Red Riding Hood. ---------- H…
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Traditional talk-based therapy is sometimes less effective for neurodivergent people. On this episode, Emily Kircher-Morris welcomes ADHD-er and licensed social worker Chris Nealy, to discuss the effectiveness of experiential therapy for neurodivergent individuals. They talk about some of the different forms of experiential therapy, like applied th…
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The film Ezra follows Max Bernal (Bobby Cannavale), a stand-up comedian living with his father (Robert De Niro), while struggling to co-parent his autistic son Ezra (introducing William Fitzgerald) with his ex-wife (Rose Byrne). Alex Plank, Associate Producer Alex Plank is a trailblazing autistic self-advocate and a pioneering leader in the autisti…
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This episode of the Neurodiversity Podcast explores alternative education models and the need for reform in the mainstream school system. Host Sara Kedge speaks with Jenn Hodge of Rama Life about their work providing tailored, needs-based learning for students who struggle in traditional classrooms. Jenn discusses how prioritizing well-being, life …
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This week, Emily Kircher-Morris sits down with Jessica Sinarski, a mental health counselor who merges neuroscience with education and family dynamics. They dig into the complex relationship between trauma and neurodivergence, underscoring the critical need for trauma-responsive practices and a strengths-based perspective in supporting neurodivergen…
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One year!! Can you believe we made it this far, friends? Because we sure can’t. You Don’t Want a Hug has officially been published for a year, and it has been a wild ride. In today’s episode, we’re sharing joy, frustration, hope, and gratitude as we look back on this last year of podcasting. We’ll be discussing the many lessons we’ve learned, readi…
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Send us a Text Message. 🔍 What the live-stream will cover: In an exclusive session guided by Edana and Natalie, we embark on an in-depth exploration of HR best practices dedicated to supporting neurodivergent talent in the workplace. Some of the points well cover: 1️⃣ Communication Strategies: Learn about tailored communication strategies that brid…
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In this episode of the Neurodiversity Business Podcast, host Sarah Kedge interviews Charlie Hart, aka Ausome Charlie, about their experiences as an HR professional and neurodiversity advocate. Charlie shares their journey to receiving autism and ADHD diagnoses later in life, and how this inspired them to help create more inclusive workplaces. They …
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The disabling effects of time blindness in neurodivergent individuals are often underestimated, overshadowed by more apparent symptoms. This common but often misunderstood trait in neurodivergent individuals, can have profound consequences on their daily lives and future prospects. Unlike mere forgetfulness or distraction, time blindness presents a…
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Today we’re tackling the challenge of decoding ADHD in children. Emily Kircher-Morris chats with Drs. Yael Rothman and Katia Fredriksen about the cultural and socioeconomic factors that influence the diagnosis, the disparities in diagnosis rates among different racial and ethnic groups, and the impact of stigma. They also explore the benefits of ea…
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In this episode Sara talks to Erica Birtels from UW AI talks with Peter Garbacz about creating an inclusive workplace for neurodiverse individuals. They discuss UW AI's mission to connect organizations facing diversity challenges with experts in the field. You can find out more about Erica here, and you can find out about the UWI here. To find out …
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This was another uplanned episode, brought about by a loss in my family. Here I explore the experience of grief for neurodivergent people and how this can look different to what we might expect. If you are experiencing grief, it is okay to ask for help. Lifeline: 13 11 14 Beyond Blue: 1300 224 636 Connect with me :) www.sgroccupationaltherapy.com E…
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Have you ever felt frustrated because you couldn't get your autistic or neurodivergent child, teen, or young adult to do something desirable or stop doing something undesirable? You've tried so many things and it's not working. Many parents and people working with young people get stuck in negative behavioral focused patterns. On today's episode of…
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Our guest is Jane Singleton, an executive function coach and consultant, and she talks with Emily Kircher-Morris about the development of executive functioning skills through different life stages, and how it impacts individuals. They talk about the importance of practicing these skills early on, to prepare for the increasing demands of independenc…
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And we’re not going to sugar coat it friends: navigating puberty with neurodivergent kids is rough. And it’s not just because we have to explain to our kids the importance of showering and explaining the function of certain parts of their anatomy in great and uncomfortable detail. Puberty also brings with it some intense emotional and personality c…
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Psychologically verified ADHD-haver Sarah and spergs Jeremy and Julian give advice with a neurodiverse twist, talk about food and get nostalgic about the pop culture of their childhoods. ---------- In this episode, Sarah, Jeremy and Julian drink some more sad beverages. ---------- How Austenian do you like your shadows? Why not tell us by emailing …
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In this episode of the Neurodiversity Podcast, host Sara Kedge interviews longtime friend and colleague Colleen Humphries about building an inclusive culture in the workplace. Colleen shares her passion for governance and experience consulting with charities and small businesses. She emphasizes the importance of valuing diverse perspectives to attr…
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Send us a Text Message. Simon Preston, the Director of Neurodiversity in Education CIC, brings to light his wealth of experience and profound insights into advocating for inclusivity and spearheading transformative initiatives. With a focus on Neurodivergent educators, he emphasizes the importance of embracing their lived experiences to foster a mo…
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In this epic chat, Tilby (OT) and I dive into the concept of living the way we teach, walking the walk, showing ourselves the compassion and nurturing that we need in order to fill our cup and be our best selves for those we serve. We spoke about the core of OT as being a part of who we are, not just a profession and how our own experiences of the …
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In episode 221, Emily talks with Brad Wright, a Neurodivergent Educator and Administrator, and author of the Infinity Blast series of middle grade books featuring neurodivergent characters. They discuss his work as an educator and how it influenced his decision to write fiction for young people. It’s important for educators to be educated about neu…
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Take me out to the ball Game! Inside The River Cats Concessions, Meristem’s partnership & Hiring Neurodiverse Employees ⚾️ Join Erin and Harry with special guest, James Thompson, Head of The River Cats Concessions at Sutter Health Park. They unpack how The River Cats partner with non-profits in the area and how that relationship developed into a wo…
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In this episode of the podcast, Sara talks to Peter Garbacz and discusses the need for ongoing support and supervision in the coaching industry. Sara talks about the launch of her new coaching supervision program called "Coach Coach" which aims to address the isolation many coaches experience and help them continue developing their practice. To fin…
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We’re talking STEM today, and Emily Kircher-Morris is joined by Dr. Arash Zaghi, a professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Connecticut, to discuss the importance of neurodiversity in STEM fields. They talk about the need for diverse perspectives and ways of thinking to solve complex problems in scienc…
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Burnout. It’s a word that comes up often in society and is often synonymous with being tired and needing a vacation. But when it comes to neurodivergent folks, autistic burnout can look radically different and have long-lasting effects. In today’s episode, Becca Lory Hector shares her experience of being diagnosed with autism as an adult after an e…
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Send us a Text Message. Dive into insights with Marc as he unveils the strategies for successful recruitment of neurodivergent talent! Marc, a champion of neurodiversity, brings extensive expertise in inclusive hiring. Positioned at the forefront, he advocates for diverse and vibrant workplaces. 🌟 Who is Marc Crawley “Our mission is to unlock the p…
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Here we explore neurodivergent connection styles or neurodivergent culture... I chat a bit about info dumping, special interests, parallel play, body doubling, penguin pebbling and support swapping. Do these resonate with you?! HERE is the link to get the new Neurodivergent Friendly Self Identity Exploration Tool https://connect.sgroccupationalther…
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This episode explores neurodiversity inclusion in the workplace through conversations with Solène Anglaret founder of Be Beyond Borders. Topics discussed include recognizing individual needs within neurodiverse communities, upskilling managers to have better inclusive conversations, and leadership approaches to shaping inclusive cultures. Solène sh…
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Usually when king of comedy Chris Rock opens his mouth you brace for something funny, if wrapped in an uncomfortable truth. Four years ago, Rock opened his mouth and shared his truth: the comic, then in his early 50s, had been diagnosed with nonverbal learning disability. In a way, the star of “Grown Up,” in revealing his diagnosis was letting the …
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In this episode of the Neurodiversity Podcast, Emily Kircher-Morris answers questions submitted by members of the Neurodiversity Podcast Advocacy and Support Group on Facebook. The questions cover a range of topics including listening to the podcast with children, supporting processing speed issues, managing low self-esteem, diagnosing ADHD in olde…
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Matt shares his journey discovering his ADHD diagnosis and the challenges he faces as a neurodiverse entrepreneur. He discusses stigma around neurodiversity and the lack of support systems. Matt founded Out Britain to help LGBTQ+ business owners connect and get opportunities from major corporations. Topics Discussed: - Matt's experience receiving a…
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Join me and the amazing and inspiring Rhiannon Crispe, founder of the OT Lifestyle Movement, as we discuss the importance of moving from a model of dependence to a model of dignity and how we can empower all people to be explore their true authenticity and purpose. Rhiannon shares her journey of how she came to embody her connection to what it mean…
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Isolation and loneliness are realities for parenting raising humans with neurodiversity. We’ve experienced both and know how difficult it can be through the many ages and stages of our kids’ lives. In today’s episode, we talk all about isolation and loneliness and their impact on neurodiverse families. We go into the data behind it, share stories r…
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Jen Merrill, creator of Laughing at Chaos and author of If This is a Gift, Can I Send It Back?, shares her experience as a parent of a twice-exceptional child and discusses the challenges and benefits of homeschooling. She emphasizes the importance of self-care for parents of gifted and twice exceptional children. Takeaways Parents of gifted and tw…
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