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From Autistic Reclusive to Autistic Explorer. Join this autistic adult Christopher D. Casson, also sometimes known as The Autistic Guru, as he learns more about the world around him and shares his own perspective on life on the spectrum with others on various world topics. Showing how two seemingly different worlds were never separate. Simply different perspectives and ways of experiencing life.
 
If you're one of the millions of teens, adults and (entire) families being diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, Anxiety, 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 people, we're still alive today to talk about it. So let's talk about.
 
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 ...
 
the fresh voice in broadcasting on neurodivergent issues. Giving a platform to pass the mega phone to celebrate and grow a network of neurodivergent voices. Talking all things autism, dyspraxia, dyslexia, adhd, Tourette’s with guests and topical discussions. With @autisticlyaaron birthed out of the fallout for a desire to do something with my time to build personal confidence and learn what it means to be neurodivergent hopefully sounding like Michael Sheen in the making we will be discussin ...
 
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 ...
 
A single X-Gen ADD ADHD Diabetic OCD Depressed DAD with 2 Autistic kids in a family that is serious, funny, different and interesting . A Motocrosser, Mechanic, Fisherman, Boater, Cook and high tech guru that is obsessed with information everything. Many topics will be discussed from the past to future. Emotional stories to educational topics. No Rules, No Boundaries, just raw honest podcasting and attempts to structure the chaotic information.
 
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.
 
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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Laura Reber is a school psychologist and founder of Progress Parade. At Progress Parade, they know what makes you different makes you strong. They provide 1:1 online tutoring with hand-picked specialists for students who have been diagnosed with ADHD, learning disabilities, executive functioning challenges, autism and more. Laura works with a team …
 
The first step in Neurodiverse Curiosity is to take an online screening test. There are multiple versions out there but in this episode we illuminate the test provided by www.aspietests.org / The Ritvo Autism Aspergers Diagnostic Scale-Revised (RAADS-R). We explore each question with 360 degree perspectives of Blake with multiple neurodiverse diagn…
 
Gary Martinez is a fitness trainer and father of Monica, a 15-year-old autistic young woman. He describes his choice to leave a “Big Box” fitness center for independent fitness training as becoming “an athlete for life” focused on Monica. Gary integrates sensory activities into Monica’s daily routine, balancing her mind and body to help her succeed…
 
We all want to help ease suffering in the world, with creating a nonprofit organization being one of them. Maybe even one to help the autistic community. But what challenges would one face for such an endeavor, as many in 2020 had faced with the shutdown and struggled? Well that is why we are having our two guests, Carolyne A. Opinde and Jason Sisn…
 
Join us as we explore life before, during and after an adult diagnosis of Neurodiversity (ADHD, Autism, Anxiety and Depression). We've been to hell and back during this process without any idea what was happening, or why. Looking at family history, the only repeating pattern was alcoholism and divorce. We'll talk candidly about the breakdowns we ar…
 
How can meditation be of a benefit to an autistic individual, or even for a family with an autistic member? Will be asking returning guest Kimberly Lechnick on this subject as we explore the ever expanding world of meditation. So bring a cup of tea with you as we learn more Thru Autistic Eyes. Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/thruautisticey…
 
Throughout the experience of pandemic parenting, I held onto the hope for productivity. However, my focus quickly shifted from my creative works to educating my daughters and their needs have remained my primary concern. As the pandemic seems to be waning, Susan and I now wonder if we might finally have some time for our interests. The Autistic Me …
 
How much do you actually know about financing? Have you ever thought about it or merely stringing along with life, being at the end of your rope constantly? Time to educate oneself more on the subject with our guest Reuben Lowing, former Navy SEAL who decided to dedicate his life towards improving financial literacy in America. How does this relate…
 
Discussing unexpected – and expected – changes and why they feel so overwhelming and scary for many Autistic people. Music: “Theme 27, Version 2” by Joe Kuta published by Jos. M. Kuta Music Publishing, BMI. Podcast sponsored by Tiimo (more information: https://www.tiimoapp.com). Transcript: https://bit.ly/3uamUXm This podcast is sponsored by Tiimo!…
 
Our daughters and I have had a fair number of neuropsych assessments. The girls both have a list of official diagnostic labels. The three of us have ADHD in common. On her ninth birthday, we began yet another neuro-psychological assessment for Leigh, our eldest daughter. There’s always another assessment, it seems. Blog: https://www.tameri.com/auti…
 
Do you believe you have what it takes to be a mind blowing speaker such as Grant Cardone or Temple Grandin?⠀ With the country slowly opening up, that means more conferences and speaking gigs. But what goes on behind the scenes? What issues come up in the speaking world? What DOES it take to command prescience and make an impact on the world stage? …
 
How can you help your autistic child get the sleep that he or she needs and not be restless?⠀ That is what one father of five, with two of them being on the autistic spectrum, decided to invest in solving with his start up zPods, providing sensory-friendly beds for children with autism.⠀ George Bailey is also the CMO of Vanguard International Advis…
 
John Ordover is a man of many talents. A creative consultant, a writer, an editor, and a stand-up comic. He’s even appeared as an extra in some of my favorite television shows. John also advocates for the autistic community as the father of an autistic young adult and the partner of an autistic wife. I first met John virtually while he was finishin…
 
It's my thirteenth annual rant about Autism Awareness Day and Month. If you’re an autistic, let us promote Autistic Pride Month together. Join me. Do you want to be an ally? Tell people that April is Autistic Pride Month and a month for learning about autistics and their history. It’s April 2 as I record this episode and I’m already tired of the ad…
 
The Autistic Therapist, Kate McNulty, discusses her book Love and Asperger’s. We also discuss gender identity, sexuality, and the challenges faced by autistics in relationships with neurotypical partners. About Love and Asperger’s Kate McNulty is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and certified relationship therapist through the Gottman Insti…
 
Productive. I want to be productive. More precisely, I want to know I am contributing to our family by producing work that earns an income. I'm one of the 85% of autistic adults with a college degree and no full-time employment. That's our reality. Don't tell me we are accepted. Don't tell me everything is better with an education. The degree merel…
 
A deep dive on Autistic Burnout, what causes it and what we can do about it to help ourselves and/or support those experiencing it. Music: “Theme 27, Version 2” by Joe Kuta published by Jos. M. Kuta Music Publishing, BMI. Podcast sponsored by Tiimo (more information: https://www.tiimoapp.com). Resources mentioned: "10 things you can do to recover t…
 
One year. The novel coronavirus pandemic has dragged on long enough. I’m tired of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, pandemic. It’s not that I have big plans for the end of the pandemic. We’re not immediately taking or trip or attending a concert. It is the anxiety that accompanies basic tasks that exhausts me. I want that anxiety to go away. Needing…
 
Catherine (“Cat”) Guimard-Payen provides life coaching to autistic women, but that’s not why I asked her to join us on The Autistic Me Podcast. Catherine is also autistic and the parent of four Neurodiverse children, two with autism and two diagnosed as multi-dis, which means they have multiple neuropsychological differences. Catherine and her fami…
 
Every year on March 1, the disability community gathers across the nation to remember disabled victims of filicide–disabled people murdered by their family members or caregivers. Filicide, the murder by one's parents, is one of the top three causes of death in children under five. It is one of the top five overall causes of death among all children…
 
Talking about our needs and challenges can bring up some tough conversations in your school and work setting, as well as with your loved ones. In this week’s episode I discuss ways of having these conversations and the kind of accommodations that we may benefit from as Neurodivergent people. Music: “Theme 27, Version 2” by Joe Kuta published by Jos…
 
Daddy tends to be a pushover when the girls ask to learn. This time, they wanted to learn how the podcasting gear works. So, we set up the Zoom R16, three microphones, and off we went. This episode is the product of our 90 minutes of learning together. The girls discuss sensory processing, ADHD, therapeutic supports, and school. The classroom "wigg…
 
Discussing what to do after we realize we are Autistic, navigating that rollercoaster of emotions and how to move forward with this new information. Music: “Theme 27, Version 2” by Joe Kuta published by Jos. M. Kuta Music Publishing, BMI. Episode transcript: https://bit.ly/3rUNVgX Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/theautisticlife) This podc…
 
In this sixth episode Ginny Grant begins by introducing the show and providing context about herself and Reframing Autism. Ginny introduces Sam Rose, who is an Autistic advocate, mentor and student. Sam is a program facilitator, mentoring Autistic youth with the I CAN Network, and is currently undertaking an internship with Reframing Autism. Sam is…
 
Peter Joseph Gloviczki is the author of three collections of poetry: the weight of dandelions (Salmon Poetry, 2019), American Paprika (Salmon Poetry, 2016) and Kicking Gravity (Salmon Poetry, 2013). His fourth collection, What's Left to the Imagination is Everything, is forthcoming from Salmon Poetry in 2023. His poems have appeared in Beloit Poetr…
 
In this fifth episode Ginny Grant begins by introducing the show and providing context about herself and Reframing Autism. Ginny introduces Tigger Pritchard, who is an Autistic advocate, trainer and consultant,. Tigger has devoted the past thirty years to working with neurodivergent individuals in many capacities. He consults to individuals, famili…
 
Roy Richard Grinker is a Professor of Anthropology and International Affairs at George Washington University. His books include Unstrange Minds: Remapping the World of Autism. I met Dr. Grinker in May of 2007 while he was promoting Unstrange Minds, my favorite book on autism's history. The opportunity to speak to him about his new work, Nobody's No…
 
In this fourth episode Ginny Grant begins by introducing the show and providing context about herself and Reframing Autism. Ginny introduces Stevie Lang, who is an Autistic trans advocate and writer. Stevie writes about Autism, gender, sexuality and relationships. They have a large, engaged Instagram following at their account @_steviewrites. In th…
 
Misunderstandings about autistic traits have led to challenges most of my life. I blamed myself for the prejudices of others. I embraced and internalized ableism, disliking myself for being me. Enough. Five decades of feeling like I’m inferior? This must stop. I’m far from alone, as other autistics bring their energy to this cause. I hope to featur…
 
In this third episode Ginny Grant begins by introducing the show and providing context about herself and Reframing Autism. Ginny introduces Kathy Isaacs, who is an Autistic advocate and activist. Kathy is Reframing Autism's chairperson and also a director of the charity, The Autistic Realm Australia, or TARA, which facilitates connections and educa…
 
In this second episode Ginny Grant begins by introducing the show and providing context about herself and Reframing Autism. Ginny then introduces Yenn Purkis, who is an Autistic and non-binary advocate, presenter, and author and co-author of 10 books. Yenn's advocacy work began in 2005, and since that time they have been prolific, producing memes, …
 
The Autistic Me struggles with friendships. Autism exists on a spectrum and so does introversion. I cannot separate my autism from my introversion. I am content sitting and writing alone. The Autistic Me projects connect me with many other people. I do appreciate that. Blog: https://www.tameri.com/autisticme/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/auti…
 
In this first episode Ginny Grant begins by introducing the show and providing context about herself and Reframing Autism. Ginny then introduces Dr Melanie Heyworth, who is an Australian Autistic woman, a self and systemic advocate for the Autistic community, Reframing Autism’s founder and CEO, a PhD candidate, and proud mother and educator to her …
 
Creating content for The Autistic Me isn't easy. I'm a perfectionist with low self-esteem, always certain the podcast and blog aren't good enough. Why do I continue producing new content? Because people tell me that The Autistic Me helps them understand autistic experiences. Blog: https://www.tameri.com/autisticme/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.co…
 
Autistic masking and struggles to "fit" into groups leave us exhausted physically and mentally. Learn some tips for self-care and hear some honest reflections on autistic burnout. Daniel Sansing and Ben Sorensen discuss the autistic need for self-care. Follow Ben at BenSorensen1 on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. Ben: https://www.bensorensen1.com…
 
Daniel Sansing and I discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic encourages colleges and universities to reconsider how we support autistic students in higher education. Is online education an accommodation or does it leave out important life skills? Guest: Daniel Sansing, MEd., Literacy and Second Language Studies Adjunct Assistant Professor of English and …
 
I’ve learned a lot about teaching over the last 30 years. Like everyone else, I’ve been learning about teaching since my first day as a student. Unfortunately, the lessons suggest that education is broken, and so is the profession of teaching. Or, as a colleague once told me, “We don’t need no stinking autistics.”…
 
This podcast is scheduled for Election Day in the United States, November 3, 2020. Though I have some interesting episodes with guests recorded, I decided this was not the week for episodes on education or general health topics. Instead, the election of 2020 is a reminder that this has been a challenging year around the globe. Sometimes, it’s good …
 
Halloween will be spent at home with our daughters. Thanksgiving, too. And Christmas. The holidays join birthdays and anniversaries as events we spend at home. Every year I post to The Autistic Me blog some thoughts on the holidays. I’ve also recorded a couple of podcasts about surviving the chaos of holidays. With the COVID-19 pandemic, this winte…
 
We’ve lived in four states. Now, in Central Texas, we’re home. Central California was the fire and brimstone Hell. Minneapolis was the frozen Nordic Hell. Pittsburgh? The drivers are from Hell. Here outside Austin, we’re enjoying good weather… and not driving. Blog: https://www.tameri.com/autisticme/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/autisticme/ T…
 
The Autistic Me existed before I became Daddy Scott. Parenthood isn’t easy for anyone. Being foster parents and adoptive parents includes some extra challenges. In this podcast episode, I reflect on our five years as a family. Blog: https://www.tameri.com/autisticme/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/autisticme/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/autist…
 
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