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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.
 
Neurodiversity - Eliminating Kryptonite & Enabling Superheroes is the Podcast that brings diversity of thought to life. In this Podcast we will be hearing from: The Rainmakers: Those people and organisations making the difference! The Advocates: Those people who are supporting Neurodiversity at Work. The Superheroes: Those leaders who are Neurodifferent and proud. This podcast will be the game changer we are all after. Theo Smith will be your host, a loud and proud Neurodifferent, Neurodiver ...
 
This weekly podcast is your go-to resource for real answers to parenting, working with or being neurodiverse. With the right information you will better understand neurodiverse brains, develop the skills to parent or mentor more confidently, and get better outcomes addressing neurodiverse challenges. Join Jason Grygla, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Director of TechieForLife, a specialized mentoring program for neurodiverse young adults and his wife, Debbie Grygla, Certified Life Coach ...
 
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What do you do when your child, teen, or young adult has no motivation to do their homework, help out around the house, have good hygiene, eat healthy, or any of the other less fun but necessary parts of life? Listen in as Debbie explains why the typical approaches don't work in the long-term and what actually does. Debbie also offers four strategi…
 
How can we knock down the walls that surround many neurodivergent kids? Should teachers play a role in their students’ social and emotional well-being, or is school only about academic rigor? What are some teaching techniques that will get kids talking and participating? Emily Kircher-Morris and Jim Delisle have a conversation about ways to release…
 
Today I am joined by none other than crime novelist Josh Stallings. TRICKY (one of the most anticipated crime books of 2021), the book that he's probably the most proud of so far. Josh Stallings—an already acclaimed crime writer—used the experiences of his son Dylan (who is neurodiverse) to inform one of his protagonists, and it is truly brilliant …
 
In this episode, we talk with Laura, the creator of Progress Parade, a website that matches students with expert learning specialists for online special education tutoring so learning challenges can turn into life-changing achievements. Laura explains the problems that come up with a "wait and see" approach and why you want to start interventions e…
 
Parents often struggle with helping their children manage anxiety. Dr. Eli Lebowitz of Yale University joins us to talk about his research and work with children and their parents on managing anxiety and OCD. He’s also developed a program to teach parents how to help their children with anxiety, and to help therapists learn new therapy techniques. …
 
With the high prevalence of neurodiverse individuals also having Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), it's critical to understand what it is, what it isn't, and how to manage it. In this episode, Jason explains OCD, why it's different from the repetitive Autistic behavior called stemming, and why it's important to understand the root causes. Jason …
 
It can be really challenging to know if we're parenting too much or too little. Especially when we have a son or daughter that's neurodiverse and has some developmental delays or extra challenges. When your child enters the adulting transition, it can get even more complicated. How much should we support and how much should we back off? What's help…
 
Most of us code switch. Code switching is when someone uses a certain type of language in one environment, but then switches to a different style of communication in another environment. Sarah Nannery and her husband Larry join us to talk about Sarah’s experience with an autism diagnosis as an adult, and how, with Larry’s help, she relearned how to…
 
What kind of specific social and emotional support do high-ability kids need? How can we help high-ability students deal with perfectionism? How can teachers in gifted programs thrive when they are forced to play the role of counselor? How can we help neurodivergent kids cope with potential asynchrony between their emotional and intellectual abilit…
 
Join us for this in-depth discussion with Travis Slagle, the Clinical Director at Evoke Therapy Intensives. Parenting is challenging, especially if we haven't worked through our own issues. Parenting a neurodiverse child adds additional stressors into the mix, often bringing our personal issues into the equation. We go into specifics of how that ca…
 
Why is maintaining good physical health and hygiene such an issue for some autistic and neurodiverse young people? In this episode, Jason gets real about the challenges and negative outcomes some of them experience. This is not an easy or fun topic to discuss but it's a relevant one and the struggle is real! Jason offers insights into understanding…
 
Today I am lucky enough to be joined By Natalia, who along with others from IBM feature in my upcoming book with Prof Amanda Kirby 'Neurodiversity at Work'. Natalia Lyckowski, is the Global Chair for IBM's Neurodiversity Business Resource Group (BRG). Natalia is a self-advocate who has led several global initiatives at IBM leading to increased awar…
 
Join us as we have a conversation with Eric Pedersen, the Dean of Science, Engineering, and Technology at Dixie State University in Southern Utah, who sits on the board of several technology companies, and is a founding partner at our program for neurodiverse young adults, TechieForLife. Eric gets candid about the patterns he sees among neurodivers…
 
The language around autism and neurodiversity in general is changing. We talk with Kristy Forbes, founder of Australia-based inTune Pathways, about PDA (Pathological Demand Avoidance), the difference between PDA and other types of demand avoidance, and the changing language of autism, especially the terminology society uses to describe neurodiverge…
 
For part three of Parenting with Confidence, I share a simple yet effective parenting tool and process to help you have the confidence to weather the inevitable bumps and challenges that come with parenting. Join me as I encourage you to examine where you focus your time and energy and consider if it's actually in areas you have control over or not…
 
Join us for this episode as we have a chat with our two oldest boys, Dalton and Lee. They open up about some of the challenges they've experienced and ways they've learned to cope. We talk about adoption, autism and ADHD, social needs, school, work, and more. Get full show notes here: https://JasonDebbie.com/20…
 
This week I meet Gary Baron CEO and Founder YC-DC (Youth Community Development Consultancy) who's transforming lives by removing obstacles and empowering people to be agents of change in their communities. We discuss: Who are you and what do you do? Why is early intervention key to enabling future success? Why trauma experienced up to the age of 7 …
 
In this episode we’re talking with two of the editors of Sincerely, Your Autistic Child, a book about what autistic people wish their parents knew. Emily Paige Ballou and Morénike Giwa Onaiwu join Emily Kircher-Morris to talk about autism, neurodiversity, and ways to better understand your autistic child’s unique view of the world. ABOUT THE GUESTS…
 
Learn about creating an environment where your neurodiverse child, teenager, or young adult has motivation to grow and develop rather than staying comfortably stuck and miserable. In this episode, Jason draws on examples from mentoring students at TechieForLife to illustrate balancing discomfort with growth, building relationships of influence, and…
 
In this episode, we chat with Betina Wildhaber, the author and creator of neurodiversitynetwork.net that consolidates various neurodiversity resources into one place with the goal of enhancing awareness and acceptance for neurodivergents to find meaningful employment and educational experiences. We discuss specific things neurodivergent job seekers…
 
Most of us have at least some rejection sensitivity, but with neurodivergent people it’s often magnified. Emily Kircher-Morris talks with Brendan Mahan, an ADHD and executive function consultant, about how to reduce or overcome rejection sensitivity. This is an episode everyone can benefit from, and don’t forget to check out Brendan’s podcast, ADHD…
 
In part two of Parenting With Confidence, Debbie explains why many parenting strategies give us mixed results and what you can do to improve results. Our best parenting comes from high-quality relationships and that always starts with us and the way we show up for our kids. Get full show notes and more information here: https://JasonDebbie.com/17…
 
At a time when homeschooling has experienced a surge, Colleen Kessler talks with Emily Kircher-Morris about instilling confidence and resilience in neurodivergent kids. They also talk about how the Coronavirus pandemic changed the homeschooling experience. Colleen Kessler is the host of the Raising Lifelong Learners podcast and she joins us on epis…
 
In this episode, Jason and Debbie invited two of TechieForLife's graduates to talk about their experiences growing up and coping with ADHD and ADD diagnosis. They share some of their struggles, what was helpful, what would have been more helpful in school, and advice and tips for other neurodiverse young people. Get full show notes and more informa…
 
Is it outright defiance or something else entirely? Knowing the difference can make all the difference in how you approach your neurodiverse loved one. Listen in as Jason explains Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA), it's prevalence in neurodiverse individuals, and why it's different from Oppositional Defiant Disorder. They can look very similar bu…
 
Equipping a neurodivergent kid for the adult world can be a challenge. Amanda Morin from Understood.org talks with Emily Kircher-Morris about some of the things you wish someone had told you about that transition. You can download a free excerpt of her new book, Adulting Made Easy: Things Someone Should Have Told You About Getting Your Grown-Up Act…
 
In this episode, Doug takes us on a deep dive into the latest cutting-edge research on neurodevelopment. We discuss the similarities and differences between ADHD and Autism and the prevalence of having both. Doug explains the importance of understanding cognitive fatigue, how it impacts classroom performance, and answers why and what to do about yo…
 
I just had some big bold conversations with Atif Choudhury over virtual lunch on Neurodiversity. We talked about: Intersectionality - there are many parts to our makeup Who gets to participate in the debate What does equity mean What does 'Bring your whole self...' really mean Superpowers 'Speed of Trust' (an Atif-ism ;) ) Role models , their power…
 
In part one, of parenting with confidence, Debbie talks about what parenting with confidence looks like and where that confidence needs to come from to actually be helpful when you need it the most. When you love your kiddos, you want to show up as your best self. Listen in to this episode to hear a simple way to practice getting in to a confident …
 
Emily Kircher-Morris talks with Colin Seale about what it’s like to be diagnosed with ADHD as an adult. They discuss whether we’ve forgotten the real meaning of equity. They talk about teaching and promoting critical thinking, and they remind teachers about where to turn for guidance on motivating and inspiring their students. (hint: it’s the paren…
 
We love working with Josh and you're going to appreciate the perspectives he shares with us in this episode. Josh is an educational consultant who helps families and young people when they're in crisis and things aren't working. He matches young people with the best programs for their needs. He shares important things to consider when you create a …
 
Dr. Michele Borba says it’s a popular myth that our children are predetermined to be thrivers, or destined to simply survive. Emily Kircher-Morris talks to Dr. Borba about her travels and research, and they discuss ways to instill the thriving instinct in others and ourselves, no matter the age. It’s episode 79 of The Neurodiversity Podcast. ABOUT …
 
In today's episode, Jason explains why neurodiverse young people are so susceptible to screen addiction and overuse. He talks about what the real problem is and why taking a sobriety approach to gaming and screen addiction isn't realistic or sustainable. Jason shares what actually helps neurodiverse young people find balance in their screen use and…
 
What is play therapy? How well-established is the process, and what are the misconceptions? What questions should you ask when looking for a qualified play therapist? On episode 78 Dr. Robert Jason Grant joins us to talk about his process, called AutPlay therapy, and the future of play therapy in the neurodiversity movement. ABOUT THE GUEST - Dr. R…
 
Have you ever felt like you were a bad mom or dad? Have you ever had a professional tell you your child is normal and he will "grow out of it?" We're delighted to share with you this conversation we had with Patricia & Maximilian. They talk openly about their struggles and share some important realizations they made along the way that helped their …
 
Life can feel like one big juggling act, especially when you’re parenting a neurodiverse son or daughter. Do you ever “drop the ball” sometimes or... a lot of the time? If you ever think it’s too much and feel overwhelmed, this episode is for you. Listen in as Life Coach, Debbie Grygla, shares a simple way to lessen your stress and free yourself up…
 
I've been 'Offended' good and proper and If you're easily offended don't listen to this podcast episode! Dan Kelsall talks to us about his approach to marketing. He is an outlier, a man of the people, and produces Fcuking Good Content ;) He tells us why they don't look to offend but by nature of challenging the status quo, there is always someone w…
 
In this episode, Caitlin shares her insights and tips for better supporting neurodiverse females from her experience as a therapist working at Aspiro Wilderness Program. Neurodiverse females can present a little different from their male counterparts, which may contribute to why they're so often undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. This makes it even more …
 
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