Neurodiversity – Eliminating Kryptonite ; Enabling Superheroes is the Podcast that brings diversity of thought to life. By Theo Smith
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 is the game-changer we are all after. Theo Smith will be your host, a loud and proud Neurodifferent, Neurodiversity advocate.
Neurodiverse Love. By Mona and Olga
Two friends sharing the lessons they learned in their relationships with men with undiagnosed autism spectrum “differences”. Mona was married for 30 years and didn’t realize her ex-husband was on the spectrum until their 29th year of marriage. Olga was in a relationship for almost a year with a man she told Mona about because she thought his brain was wired “differently”. Before they knew it they were sharing stories and realized that they were both in “neurodiverse love” relationships. Join Mona and Olga as they share their stores and the lessons they learned about neurodiversity.
Hacking Your ADHD, where you can learn techniques for helping your ADHD brain.
ADHD can be a struggle, but it doesn’t always have to be. Join me every Monday as I explore ways that you can work with your ADHD brain to do more of the things you want to do. If you have ADHD or someone in your life does and you want to get organized, get focused and get motivated then this podcast is for you.
Neuroverse will explore the lives of neurodivergent adults making the best of a world that wasn’t made for them. Run by autistic host Magnus Hedemark, Neuroverse casts a broad neurodiversity umbrella from many different neurodivergent communities.
Neuroverse is an exploration of neurodiversity, with autistic host Magnus Hedemark. We’ll have guests from across the neurodiversity spectrum, including (but not limited to) autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, Tourette’s, etc.
The Different Minds podcast series.
Broadcaster, John Offord chats to people from all walks of life about the different ways our brain can work and interpret information. Neurodiversity highlights that people naturally think about things differently. We have different interests and motivations, and are naturally better at some things and poorer at others. Through diverse interviews and examples, The Different Minds explores this – with fascinating results…
The Squarepeg podcast is all about giving autistic adults an opportunity to hear from other neurodivergent people. Each week I interview an autistic guest (women, trans and nonbinary people), to talk about topics including late diagnosis and navigating education, work, relationships – and life in general – as neurodivergent adults. I hope you’ll find these conversations inspiring and thought provoking, and that they’ll open you up to new ways of thinking about being autistic, and offer a sense of connection to the autistic community.
My story – A little bit about me,
Hi! I’m Amy. I’m a business owner, a former high school teacher, a writer, a wife and a gay woman. I’m also autistic. I was (finally!) diagnosed just before my 37th birthday. I live in Wales in the UK. I got my diagnosis of so-called ‘high functioning’ ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) via the NHS in June 2016. (Don’t get me started on functioning labels, or calling autism a disorder…) During my diagnosis process I started a (short lived!) blog called Project 39, about getting diagnosed autistic as an adult: the process and the ‘what now’.
Neurodiversity: Life in the Neuro Cloud™
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 age 54 as well as the expertise of his guest. Topics covered include his new concept of the Neuro Cloud™ and Human Traits, not condition symptom, employment & career, relationships from co-workers to intimate, and many other real life experiences. Tim provides new conceptual ways to see autism as he sees it through his autistic perception and processing.
Move Beyond Words
Envisioning a world that embraces dyslexia.
Move Beyond Words create artistic environments to amplify the voices of artists with dyslexia. Move Beyond Words (CIC) supports each individual’s relationship and experience with dyslexia by stimulating conversations that surround MBW’s works – such as our podcast, as well as our dance performances, both live and digital. When creating new works we aim for dance organisations to question and consider changes which allow working environments to become healthier and more productive for everyone involved. MBW have been consulting dance organisations and artists since 2020 on best practice and working with Dyslexic creatives alongside making collaborative creative projects.