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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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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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There a some common misunderstandings about what depression is and isn't, what causes it, and what helps it. In this episode, Jason offers some important things to understand about depression and especially how it effects autistic and neurodivergent young people and what they need to overcome it. Get full show notes here: https://JasonDebbie.com/58…
 
Educators are constantly learning how to better teach neurodivergent learners, but often we overlook the opportunity to help the students be better learners. How does educational therapy work? Is it dependent on the learner having a diagnosis? What is the process for working with families? We talk with Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts, educational t…
 
On my 20th episode, I am pleased to be joined by whom CNN & Forbes call the Father of Modern Networking, Dr Ivan Misner. Together, we talk about BNI, networking, mindset, values, and how to be a Master Networker. This all relates to Neurodiversity and how to create an inclusive workplace. During the interview, Dr Minser shares something quite perso…
 
Today I am lucky to have James and Chance on the show. MEET JAMES ► A ‘corporate refugee’ - formerly a senior international executive at Diageo, Bass and Omnicom – but lost (almost) everything due to a combination of bad luck, bad people and undiagnosed bipolar disorder. MEET Chance ►The Guy That Turned His Life Around, Employed And Runs His Own Bu…
 
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. ---------- Sarah, Jeremy and Julian unapologetically waste this episode reviewing their homework, talking even more about porn in spite of previously agreeing they…
 
The male to female ratio of autism diagnosis is approximately 4:1. The diagnostic criteria is based primarily on male samples and does not account for how females present. This may be contributing to later and under diagnosis in females. Dr. Ingrid Boveda recently presented her findings at a conference we attended and we're excited for you to hear …
 
We talk a lot about the unique way neurodivergent kids see the world. Often, parents have a completely different view, and sometimes tend to try to rewire the kids to match theirs. Julie Skolnick guides and mentors parents, and has some advice on how they can adjust their approach, understand their kids better, and reap the rewards of a happier env…
 
When you have a neurodivergent child, teen, or young adult, it can be challenging to figure out what supports and accommodations are helpful or needed. Whether you are completely new to this with a fresh neurodivergent diagnosis or you've been at this a while, I have some perspectives to offer you on this episode to help you approach these decision…
 
We all heard the saying, “Work on your business and not in your business” The problem is many business owners are in their business they don’t know how to work on it, find the resources and tools that would give them the freedom they want. As Neurodiverse entrepreneurs, we are either over-focused, have difficulty transitioning or we just want to fo…
 
Autistic and neurodivergent children, teens, and young adults need us for the long-haul. When you're a parent, caregiver, or mentor in some capacity it can be easy to get burned out. In this episode, Jason dives in to one of the biggest contributors to burning out for him and offers some tips for combating it. Get full show notes here: https://Jaso…
 
Play therapy is an often misunderstood counseling technique. On episode 123 we clear up some of the misunderstandings, with help from Katie Bassiri, a neurodiversity-affirming play therapist. We also talk about our new online course for educators, “Strategies for Supporting Twice-Exceptional Students,” which is now available at www.neurodiversity.u…
 
Parenting a neurodivergent young person into adulthood can a messy and challenging process. Join us for this episode where we talk with Karen who is an educational consultant and mother to an autistic adult daughter. She shares her perspectives from professional and personal experiences on what we can do to better support our neurodivergent young p…
 
A three-year-old with an autism diagnosis is looking at a completely different future than someone who has masked their neurodivergence for years. We talk with Haley Moss, an attorney, author, and consultant, who helps companies create a neurodiversity-friendly atmosphere. She was diagnosed at age 3, and now has strong opinions about what it takes …
 
In part one with Helga Ellul we talked about culture, mentoring and creating a learning environment. In part two, Helga and I talk about moving towards being more inclusive and how business and managers to need to adapt and recognize the potential of their employees. _______________ Where you can find Maria-Gabriele Doublesin Core Platform ________…
 
There are plenty of things to get stressed about when you are parenting a neurodivergent young person. The extra support demands, the crisis that pop up, the unmet expectations and societal judgements, and our own lack of self care to name a few. When we're stressed it's hard to show up as the parent we want to be. I want you to know you don't have…
 
What is Pathological Demand Avoidance and how does it manifest among the neurodivergent? What can we do to educate parents, teachers, and counselors about how to approach it? Understanding demand avoidance can completely transform the way you look at a child. During World Autism Acceptance Month, we feature a conversation with Harry J. Thompson fro…
 
How do you know you've done your job to help your neurodivergent child, teen, or young adult develop? We don't necessarily know what their full capabilities and disabilities will be. In this episode, Jason talks about what it can take to help someone with neurodivergent disabilities develop and live their best life. Get full show notes here: https:…
 
World Autism Acceptance Month continues as Emily Kircher-Morris has a conversation with Washington DC policy and politics journalist Eric Garcia. Eric is autistic, and the author of We’re Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation. They talk about the shifts in how society views and supports autistic individuals, and what still needs to be done. …
 
As part of our special coverage for World Autism Acceptance Month, we talk with Steve Silberman, author of Neurotribes, about autism, the neurodiversity movement, and where it’s going. We talk about the writing of Neurotribes, and discuss some other books you might want to check out. This is an encore presentation of an earlier interview from 2021.…
 
Often, the best way to learn to be inclusive for Neurodiverse Talent is to learn from example. Therefore, I am pleased to have Helga Ellul. She was the former CEO of Playmobil Malta Ltd from 1971 to 2012. Between 2009 to 2012, they chose her to be the first female president of the Malta Chamber of Commerce and is now the President of Core Platform,…
 
Do you feel like you struggle and fail a lot as a parent. Or do you watch your neurodivergent child, teen, or young adult suffer through fails over and over again? How we respond to these fails can actually support development or hinder it making things so much harder. You really can turn fails into amazing wins. Listen in to learn what I mean by t…
 
The landscape is slowly changing for neurodivergent kids, but progress is slow and we’re facing headwinds. Getting a diagnosis is still integral to receiving educational services and insurance benefits, but there are downsides that can work to impede progress. Debbie Steinberg Kuntz joins us on episode 118 to talk about those subjects, and the free…
 
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. ---------- Got time to spare? Looking to travel the Spanish-speaking world? Then why not come learn a second language with severely antiquated tools in MUZZY, a mu…
 
Whether you’re a therapist, parent, or even teacher, it pays to embrace the gaming geeks around you by learning more about their world. Through efforts like relating to game characters, understanding the games they enjoy, and spending time in their world with them, you can learn new ways to help support them in the real world. Anthony Bean is the a…
 
Today I am blessed to have Samantha Hiew on the show. Samantha is a neurodivergent storyteller and social impact entrepreneur with a dual mission to: 🌟 empower girls and women with ADHD to thrive in society and 🌟 improve societal understanding of adult ADHD. Utilising her background in communications and a medical science PhD, she produces thought-…
 
As Neurodiverse individuals we are constantly adjusting to fit into the environments we are working in where we need to meet expectations we set for ourselves and from what others expect of us. During these times we can end up being overwhelmed, but what does that truly mean? Today we are joined by Maria-Gabriele Doublesin, who walks us through the…
 
Are you making things worse as you parent your neurodivergent teen or young adult? It may be time to remove yourself from the parent/child equation. In this episode, Jason explains unhelpful parent/child dynamics that can do damage to your relationship and hinder your ability to influence your teen or young adult. Learn when it's time to back off a…
 
Ethan Seely and Justin Robinson (LCSW) have Braeden Jiles who has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD. We dive into Braeden's journey of finding out his diagnosis and how that affected his adolescence and adulthood. He found out he was "on the spectrum" at 23 which was found by his own research and confirmed by a doctor. Listen to…
 
Do you sometimes have a hard time connecting with your neurodivergent child, teen, or young adult? Whether you're neurotypical or neurodivergent yourself, there are many things that might be getting in the way of connection -positive connection that is foundational to effective parenting and mentoring. Listen in as I discuss one of the biggest thin…
 
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. ---------- Come join us as Sarah, Jeremy and Julian go sperg, bath and beyond and discuss personal hygiene for literally two thirds of the episode. Clean ya body, …
 
What is top down behavior, and how does it differ from bottom up behavior? Why is emotional regulation more difficult for neurodivergent people? How impactful or traumatic can a misdiagnosis or missed diagnosis be? Dr. Mona Delahooke, author of the new book Brain-Body Parenting (release date March 15), joins us to discuss these questions and more o…
 
This week I am pleased to have with me Marlene Sharp. Marlene dawns from LA United States of America where she runs her own Productions Company, Pink Poodle Productions, and has worked with such TV/Film houses as SEGA America where she helped produced the nominated show Sonic Boom. Along with her TV credits, Marlene has gained notoriety in film fes…
 
There is an important difference between college capable and college ready. Listen in on our discussion with Eric as we talk about what parents can focus on to prepare their neurodivergent teens for making the transition to college or independence. Get full show notes here: https://JasonDebbie.com/48…
 
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