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Sandra is the writer behind @nd.narratives that was @theadhdgoodlife on Instagram, a page where she shares her experiences and insights from her late in life ADHD diagnosis and Autistic self-diagnosis as a Black femme and transracial adoptee. This podcast explores the unique experiences of neurodivergent people (particularly those who've been historically excluded from mainstream neurodivergent narratives), often considering intersectionality and social justice lenses while sharing tools and ...
 
Welcome to The Neurodivergent Magic Podcast, where you'll find new episodes every Saturday on topics related to neurodivergence in all its forms. We talk about autism, ADHD, and other neurodivergent experiences, but we also talk about the specific experiences we have as neurodivergent folks, like time-blindness, executive dysfunction and more. I'm your host, Megan Griffith, and I am so excited to share my personal experiences and research with you in this podcast. Want to connect with me? ww ...
 
The Neurodivergent Leader Podcast creates a safe space to explore paradigms around neurodiversity through humor, transparency and the commitment to empower all voices. Join hosts Heather Wagner and Donna McLaughlin as they elevate neurodivergent leaders and their contributions, share tools, advocate for access and acceptance and educate listeners on the strengths and challenges surrounding neurodiversity in today’s neurotypical world.
 
The Neurodivergent Nurse is a weekly podcast hosted by Jami, a nurse who has ADHD. On this podcast she discusses all things ADHD. Her journey with ADHD is just beginning as she learns about this diagnosis and how to navigate through it. Enjoy this messy and raw journey as she shares what she has learned and the occasional embarrassing stories along the way.
 
This podcast will cover a plethora of topics and has been created as a space to celebrate Neurodiversity. It is also a place where we can embrace our Neurodivergence, and unapologetically be ourselves. We are quite political and forthcoming with our opinions. You don’t have to agree with them, but they will be presented here, often quite passionately. Warning: Explicit language may be present in some recordings. Season 1 includes ‘off the cuff recordings’, rather than planned discussions, so ...
 
Confused about NVLD.... non-verbal learning disorder and the issues surrounding and it's cross-over symptoms with other disorders? (ADHD, ASD) Contrary to its name those with NVLD do speak, and exceptionally well! Who am I? I'm a Board Certified Cognitive Specialist with NVLD and ADHD. Join me, to clear up the confusion about is a little-known learning disorder. Much like pioneers, we are making our way by forging new territory, not only for ourselves but those who follow us!
 
Have you ever wondered what it is like to be a neurodivergent autistic person? Now's your chance to sit down, listen, and learn. Whether you are a neurodivergent person yourself, or you love someone who is neurodivergent this podcast will open your eyes to the daily life of individuals living with autism and other neurodivergent traits. Travis takes the listener along a journey through his ups and downs of life with autism. You will learn how Travis uses applied behavior analysis to teach hi ...
 
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Live from Nashville! People in the ADHD world experience life more intensely, more passionately than neurotypicals. They have a low threshold for outside sensory experience because the day-to-day experience of their five senses and their thoughts is always on high volume. The ADHD nervous system is overwhelmed by life experiences because its intens…
 
How you talk to yourself matters. Andi didn't even realize how negative her self-talk was until she joined the Neurodivergent Magic group coaching program, but now, thanks to the program and all of her own hard work, her internal conversations are much more positive, encouraging, and helpful. Want to join the Neurodivergent Magic program yourself? …
 
Maybe this episode will make sense to some of you, or maybe it won't. But hear me out. I started thinking a little more deeply about boredom and how terrible it feels for people. Then I started thinking about the messages we got when we were bored growing up and how they felt. It led me to think that if something like boredom can be so connected to…
 
This discussion was triggered by a post from Joe James the Autistic Photographer, explaining how 2-5 is too young to deem an individual as non-verbal. We then went on to discuss how our autistic children develop differently, and are often underestimated. Many professionals ‘write off’ our children, and we feel that in some cases, so much untapped p…
 
“I feel really strongly that we need to provide a safe space for people to be able to come and investigate who they are and feel comfortable,” emphasizes Donna McLaughlin. In today’s inaugural edition of Pillar Talk, co-hosts Heather Wagner and Donna McLaughlin discuss the five competencies that their curriculum encompasses. They dive deep into how…
 
People with ADHD can be more creative and more passionate. That creativity and passion can drive us to take action where others may not. Studies have found that people with ADHD have significantly higher justice sensitivity and greater perceptions of injustice than those without ADHD. On this week’s episode I bring Amy and Sara the cohosts of The G…
 
Shame and neurodivergence go together like peanut butter and jelly, except the whole thing is laced with arsenic. Let's talk about why so many neurodivergent folks are haunted by internalized shame, and how we can start seeing ourselves in a different light. Want to learn more about shame and neurodivergence? Check out my Made to Be Me Bundle: http…
 
ADHD can make it hard for people to focus and pay attention. But it affects more than just school or work. ADHD can affect social skills, too. This week's episode discusses ways in which ADHD impacts us socially with a few tips to help make it easier. Be sure to stick around until the very end for a return of the Dad Joke. Vote where to meet The Ne…
 
"I always say, if there's one person where I'm like, man, I made a difference in their day, then I freaking won today." Today's episode starts out with talking about finding your word for 2022. I jumped on this train a little late, but it's only the first month of the year. We can still claim it, then we jump into chatting with my wonderful guest, …
 
A theme that seems to come up a lot with the people I work with is around the anxiety and stress that comes up from feeling a lack of clarity for ND people. I even wonder if it's something that feels a lot worse the further you are on the margins with your intersecting identities too because this is something I've struggled with as well. This episo…
 
In today's episode, we're talking with Melissa Tacia, the host of the Oh, That's Just My Autism podcast! She's sharing what it's like for her to live with both autism and ADHD together. So often, we hear about what it's like to have ADHD or what it's like to be autistic, but the truth is, they're often comorbid and that comorbidity looks different.…
 
I was feeling triggered after reading some reports about my eldest child. I will admit, this podcast might present as an incoherent rant, but essentially, I want to communicate how much my son has been let down…and how so many families have been let down. Our system is baffling and in great need of change. How can it be justified that a child who n…
 
Your past doesn't not equal your future nor does it mean it is who you are today. We have have moments and periods in our lives that we are not proud of. We may have evolved and grown from those moments but you ARE NOT your mistakes, your bad choices. You are human. What is important is the fact that you're trying to be a better person today than y…
 
“You have more power than you think,” says Lisa Candera. Up until two years ago, Lisa lived in a constant state of stress over her son’s struggles, her responsibilities at work, and how to manage it all. She is a single mom of a teen with Autism, OCD, Anxiety and DMDD, life coach and lawyer. Lisa coaches moms raising kids with autism about how to m…
 
Those of us with ADHD struggle when it comes to motivation. This week's episode we are going to talk about why our brains have such a difficult time as well as 9 (actually 10) tips to help you get motivated to do that task. Support the show by joining The Neurodivergent Nurse Patreon hereBring some happiness to the show by leaving a 5 star review w…
 
You are Strong and Resilient and you can handle every situation. So many of us have been playing the same self-defeating records over and over again in our heads for so long that we don’t know how to think any differently about ourselves. Listen to today's episode and you much just change your tune. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/th…
 
“Embrace your weird,” encourages Christina Stathopoulos, founder and head coach of Hear Her Roar, a leadership coaching company that focuses on empowering millennial women. In this episode, co-hosts Heather Wagner and Donna McLaughlin talk with special guest Christina about the importance of being openly yourself and leaning into your unique life e…
 
New miniseries within The Neurodivergent Nurse recorded on the way to work- unedited and just truth. This miniseries will bring you the reminder you need to appreciate who YOU are because your ADHD brain doesn't always allow you to do it, so let me help. Todays episode focuses on the phrase, "I'm doing well when juggling so many roles." --- Send in…
 
Hey everybody! I thought today I would do a quick life update episode to let you know how I'm handling the holidays and the launch of my Neurodivergent Magic program, plus a little reflection on the weirdness of feeling stable for more than a week or two. I hope you're enjoying this holiday season, but if you aren't, stick around until the end for …
 
Today's episode is about victories with NLD and ADHD. Links to my platforms: 1. Website: https://www.nvldpioneers.com/ 2. NVLD Pioneers Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/654005088737322 3. ADDvantages Learning Center Page: https://www.facebook.com/ADDvantageswithLindaK 4. ADDvantages Learning Center: https://www.linkedin.com/in/addvant…
 
Boredom often connects to productivity for me and this didn't sit right with me for some reason, so I decided I needed to learn more about it. The initial title for this episode was 'is boredom really our fault though?' and that question was what guided my research. It made me wonder if there was more to it. I think I was right. This episode hits o…
 
Part 2 of the two-part episode. I had the privilege to interview Fear Less Podcast host, Sam Led. We talked about his future book, his podcast, and his life as an individual with ADHD. Sam gives such great advice and hope on this podcast as he does with his clients as an ADHD coach. Listen to his podcast now at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast…
 
“I ask my child, ‘What do you need right now?’” explains Heather on how she responds to her child when she sees them struggling, or using what is perceived as negative behaviors. In this episode, co-hosts Heather Wagner and Donna McLaughlin discuss the way our society pathologizes behavior and how this can be harmful to both adults, and for a neuro…
 
Many neurodivergent folks try to get through their difficulties in life by pretending to be neurotypical, but this can be seriously damaging psychologically, and it isn't usually very effective. Instead, what we need are accommodations. In today's episode, I have an amazing conversation with Becky, one of my students from Neurodivergent Magic, all …
 
Today, the episode is about NLD, ADHD, and Trains. Say What? Links to my platforms: 1. Website: https://www.nvldpioneers.com/ 2. NVLD Pioneers Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/654005088737322 3. ADDvantages Learning Center Page: https://www.facebook.com/ADDvantageswithLindaK 4. ADDvantages Learning Center: https://www.linkedin.com/in/…
 
This episode is about my personal experiences with choosing TV as a neurodivergent person. I talk about what I watched as a child, why, what I watch now, why, the types of adhd, and a mini rant about why I love zendaya. If you have similar experiences share them with me! if you have different experiences the share those too! Neurodivergence is not …
 
This week's episode looks predominately at refugee (although, I do think I mention immigrant populations occasionally too) populations and my thoughts about some of the research I've been doing around lack of mental health support. I don’t hear a lot talked about this community when speaking about ADHD or neurodivergence and that's a problem especi…
 
Today's episode is all about the Neurodivergent Magic group coaching program, which is available for purchase now. But there are only 5 spots, 2 of which are already claimed at the time of this recording. If you want to snag one of the 3 remaining spots, be sure to check out the link below today! Have questions about the Neurodivergent Magic progra…
 
Today's episode is about NLD and emotions. Links to my platforms: 1. Website: https://www.nvldpioneers.com/ 2. NVLD Pioneers Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/654005088737322 3. ADDvantages Learning Center Page: https://www.facebook.com/ADDvantageswithLindaK 4. ADDvantages Learning Center: https://www.linkedin.com/in/addvantages/ 5. AD…
 
This is a commentary, with sadly poor audio, about the BBC show Don’t Exclude Me. I have the show on in the background… it might be worth you bringing the show up on your screen so you can follow the events as I speak about them. (At one point I express a boy has £10 in his shoe… I meant bag… I don’t know why I said shoe…)…
 
Part one of this two-part episode I had the privilege to interview Fear Less Podcast host, Sam Led. We talked about his future book, his podcast, and his life as an individual with ADHD. Sam gives such great advice and hope on this podcast as he does with his clients as an ADHD coach.https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-fear-less-now/id1533705…
 
Here we discuss the terms low and high functioning. What started out as a balanced conversation about the terms, admittedly wound up becoming a conversation about the ‘high functioning’ experience. We didn’t intend for the conversation to take this direction, but we hope you can relate to some of the topics we explore. With regard to the terminolog…
 
Journaling is one of the best techniques for improving your self-awareness and self-compassion, but unfortunately, many neurodivergent folks really struggle to sit down and just...write. That's why I invited Sonia Motwani, a professional journaling coach, to join us on the podcast today. She is full of amazing advice on how everyone is truly capabl…
 
Today's episode is about NVLD and Anxiety (ADHD :Autism: LD) Through the Roof!! Links to my platforms: 1. Website: https://www.nvldpioneers.com/ 2. NVLD Pioneers Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/654005088737322 3. ADDvantages Learning Center Page: https://www.facebook.com/ADDvantageswithLindaK 4. ADDvantages Learning Center: https://w…
 
This episode addresses the viral post we shared about Doom Boxes. It explores executive dysfunction, neurodiversity and co-existing conditions. During the podcast, I state that executive dysfunction can be ‘caused’ by autism, adhd etc… I couldn’t neatly edit this part out, so I wanted to clarify that what I meant was, executive dysfunction can be e…
 
Setting and achieving goals can be difficult when you have ADHD, but it's not because you're lazy or terrible. It's because of the way your brain works, and it turns out, there are totally hacks that can help you get around those roadblocks. If these tips help you, let me know know over on Instagram, @neurodivergent_magic Tip #3 is courtesy of @ger…
 
Today's episode is about NLD and Dyssemia. Links to my platforms: 1. Website: https://www.nvldpioneers.com/ 2. NVLD Pioneers Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/654005088737322 3. ADDvantages Learning Center Page: https://www.facebook.com/ADDvantageswithLindaK 4. ADDvantages Learning Center: https://www.linkedin.com/in/addvantages/ 5. AD…
 
Traveling can be incredibly difficult for those of us with ADHD. While we love it at times there always seems to be minor disasters that make planning and the follow through more difficult. This week's episode is recorded on the road as I share with you trips to make your experience a little less stressful and maximize your enjoyment! --- Send in a…
 
In today's episode, we're talking with Andrea Brame of This Modern Mess, and she has some mind-blowing tips about how to make organization and decluttering work for the neurodivergent mind. If you struggle to keep your house organized, if clutter is constantly taking over, if you're always losing everything, then this episode is an absolute must-li…
 
Today's episode is about a backup plan for going back to school. Links to my platforms: 1. Website: https://www.nvldpioneers.com/ 2. NVLD Pioneers Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/654005088737322 3. ADDvantages Learning Center Page: https://www.facebook.com/ADDvantageswithLindaK 4. ADDvantages Learning Center: https://www.linkedin.com…
 
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that's related to changes in seasons — SAD begins and ends at about the same times every year. If you're like most people with SAD, your symptoms start in the fall and continue into the winter months, sapping your energy and making you feel moody.Today's episode we discuss how those of us wi…
 
You are a daisy in a field of roses. Sometimes our parents really do mean well, but they mess up anyway. And we're allowed to feel hurt by that and to deal with that hurt. That's exactly what we dig into in this episode. Wanna chat about this stuff? Reach out to me via email at megan@neurodivergentmagic.com. Want to join the Neurodivergent Magic gr…
 
Today's episode is about NLD, homework, and school. Links to my platforms: 1. Website: https://www.nvldpioneers.com/ 2. NVLD Pioneers Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/654005088737322 3. ADDvantages Learning Center Page: https://www.facebook.com/ADDvantageswithLindaK 4. ADDvantages Learning Center: https://www.linkedin.com/in/addvantag…
 
We know ADHD brains are creative by nature. Life seems to get in the way for us to sit and focus on creative things that bring joy into our lives, but did you know it actually has a positive impact on our brains? Check out this episode to find out! If you're interested in buying a ticket/tickets to NursesPodCon in person or online visit Goodnurseba…
 
This here is episode 50 and I am so thrilled to welcome my first guest! The most special-est, wonderful-est person I know talks to me about creativity, school and lots more. I know they'll leave you smiling with their wisdom and insights. It's short but it feels like my best episode yet. Thank you all for being here for the first 50! Connect with m…
 
On this week’s episode I talk to you about the difficulties of Small Talk with a Neurodivergent Brain. It’s just so painful for many of us. This episode gives you tips to conquer small talk when at a party or around people you have to converse with that you don’t know!If you are interested in buying tickets to the Podcon, get your ticket at goodnur…
 
Did you know that having long-term anxiety and depression changes the way your brain works, which means long-term anxiety and depression is a form of neurodivergence? That's exactly what I talk to Danna about in today's episode. They share some amazing coping strategies for both anxiety and depression, we discuss Spoon Theory, and Danna shares some…
 
Today's episode is about parenting and children with NLD and NDs. Links to my platforms: 1. Website: https://www.nvldpioneers.com/ 2. NVLD Pioneers Support Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/654005088737322 3. ADDvantages Learning Center Page: https://www.facebook.com/ADDvantageswithLindaK 4. ADDvantages Learning Center: https://www.linkedin.co…
 
On The Neurodivergent Nurse Instagram account I've noticed a trend of individuals confused about the possibility of ADHD and their comorbidities. So, on this week's episode we break it down. Is this a symptom of something all it's own, or is this linked to your ADHD? Let's see if this episode can help you figure it out. Medical article about the to…
 
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